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BMA + Industrial Technology Engineering

Study Plan

  • Degree: Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration + Industrial Technology Engineering
  • Credits / Duration: 366 ECTS - 5 years or 5 years and a half (with international modality)
  • Number of places: total 450 places which are divided among the BMA degrees in both campuses, Bilbao and San Sebastián.
  • Dedication: full time
  • Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional and compulsory)
  • Internships: Compulsory (6 ECTS) during the 4th year of study. Optional (24 ECTS) during the 6th year of study
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: Two compulsory projects
  • Course venue: Bilbao
  • Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and Faculty of Engineering

Academic regulations and Honors Program

Academic regulations

It is important to know the regulations on undergraduate studies. They contain complete information about the number of exam sessions you are allowed to sit, requirements to continue in the degree programme (minimum number of credits you must pass per year, moving on to the next year of study, maximum time allowed to complete the degree….), regulations for recognition of credits and the General Academic Regulations.

See the Academic Regulations on the Deusto student website for all academic regulations, including the specific regulations that apply to the undergraduate and double degree programmes at Deusto Business School and Framework academic regulations

Honors Program

The Honors Program, awarded to outstanding students, is a recent innovation at Deusto University, although it has a long tradition in British and American universities.

The purpose of the Honors Program is to recognise the efforts of students with outstanding academic results. It can be obtained, together with other requirements, by studying at least 30 credits in English and maintaining an average mark of ‘notable’ throughout the study plan, as well as participating in volunteer activities.
 

Study Plan

  • Degree: Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration + Industrial Technology Engineering
  • Credits / Duration: 366 ECTS - 5 years or 5 years and a half (with international modality)
  • Number of places: total 450 places which are divided among the BMA degrees in both campuses, Bilbao and San Sebastián.
  • Dedication: full time
  • Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque (optional) and English (optional and compulsory)
  • Internships: Compulsory (6 ECTS) during the 4th year of study. Optional (24 ECTS) during the 6th year of study
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: Two compulsory projects
  • Course venue: Bilbao
  • Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and Faculty of Engineering

Academic regulations and Honors Program

Academic regulations

It is important to know the regulations on undergraduate studies. They contain complete information about the number of exam sessions you are allowed to sit, requirements to continue in the degree programme (minimum number of credits you must pass per year, moving on to the next year of study, maximum time allowed to complete the degree….), regulations for recognition of credits and the General Academic Regulations.

See the Academic Regulations on the Deusto student website for all academic regulations, including the specific regulations that apply to the undergraduate and double degree programmes at Deusto Business School and Framework academic regulations

Honors Program

The Honors Program, awarded to outstanding students, is a recent innovation at Deusto University, although it has a long tradition in British and American universities.

The purpose of the Honors Program is to recognise the efforts of students with outstanding academic results. It can be obtained, together with other requirements, by studying at least 30 credits in English and maintaining an average mark of ‘notable’ throughout the study plan, as well as participating in volunteer activities.