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2. Remote entry testing

Entry tests for the 2021-22 academic year

Entry tests will be held remotely so that candidates do not have to travel to the campus.

When will entry tests be held?

  • 1st session: 5, 6, 12 and 13 March
  • 2nd session: 14 and 15 October

Candidates required to sit the tests will receive the necessary information by e-mail, with details of the date, time and procedure to be followed (instructions, users, passwords, etc.). They will also be asked to run a pre-connection test to ensure that everyone can connect without problems a few days before the date of the entry tests.

How will remote entry tests be held?

Entry tests will be carried out through the University of Deusto's ALUD platform (based on Moodle) and the support of a videoconference system.

Entry test contents

Entry tests vary depending on each degree programme:

  • An English test with multiple-choice questions.
  • A Basque language test: a test to determine the Basque language level. A B2 level in Basque is required for admission to the programme.
  • An essay (English or Basque): on a specific topic to be developed by the students within a set time in the language required for each option.
  • A motivation test on the reasons why you choose to study the BA degrees in: Philosophy, Politics and Economics or their joint programmes (presentation in Spanish) or Medicine (questions can be answered in Basque or Spanish).

Personal interview: only for the Medicine degree

Candidates who obtain an average mark of 8 in 1st year Bachillerato, or between 4th year ESO and 1st year Bachillerato, and who pass the entry tests, will be called for a personal interview in order to assess the level of mastery in the skills necessary for the good development of their learning throughout their studies.

Which degrees require an entry test?

Deusto Business School: Those who demonstrate a B2 English level according to the CEFR in their application may be exempt from taking the English test.

Bilbao Campus

  • BA in Business Administration + BA in Law
  • BA in Business Administration + BA in Industrial Technology Engineering
  • BA in Business Administration and Digital Environment Management
  • BA in Business Administration + Financial Analyst Basics


San Sebastian campus

  • BA in Business Administration + International Management Skills
  • BA in Business Administration + BA in Computer Engineering
  • BA in Business Administration + BA in Law
  • BA in Business Administration + Digital Business Skills
  • BA in Business Administration + Innovation and Entrepreneurship


Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

  • BA in International Relations
  • BA in International Relations + BA in Law
  • BA in Basque Language and Culture + BA in Modern Languages
  • BA in Basque Language and Literature.
  • BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics
  • BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics+ ITS
  • BA in Social Education and BA in Social Work


Faculty of Engineering

  • BA in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
  • BA in Computer Engineering + BA in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence


Faculty of Psychology and Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in Medicine
  • BA in Psychology
  • Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy + Physical Activity and Sports Sciences (CAFyD)
  • BA in Primary Education
  • Bachelor’s degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences
  • Bachelor’s degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences + BA in Primary Education
  • Bachelor's degree in Social Education


View details of the entry tests required by each degree programme

What is important for admission

When deciding on a candidate's admission, the admission committee will assess the following aspects:

  • Academic transcript
  • Admission test results, if required
  • Supporting documents
  • Available places on the programme

Important: The University reserves the right to call candidates for a remote interview after the tests if necessary.

Social Action and Inclusion

The service promotes measures to favor inclusion and equal opportunities for students with specific educational support needs: curricular adaptations, financial scholarships, paid internships, etc.

More information: accionsocial@deusto.es and www.accionsocial.deusto.es