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The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto has four main pillars in terms of graduates' skills, and a distinguishing feature for its teaching model.

As for the four pillars related to competences:

1. The humanism of professionals as actors of a person-based medicine that is close and humane, focused on patients' needs.
2. Research competences as inextricably linked to clinical practice.
3. The international nature of the degree programme. A full semester in year 4 spent abroad.
4. Ethical commitment, social and environmental responsibility and openness to transcendence.

The distinguishing feature of the teaching methods on the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto is that it will be taught based on the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) philosophy, inspired by the methodology first implemented by McMaster University, which has already obtained outstanding results in other fields and in our own.

Students will learn first-hand right from the first day about the medical problems facing doctors today and will be provided with a suitable methodology to deal with them based on teamwork, self-learning and critical thinking. Therefore:

  • Students will have clinical practices from their first year onwards until they finish their degree.
  • A state-of-the-art advanced medical simulation centre will be one of the learning pillars in the first years of the programme, although it will be used throughout the degree.
  • Most of the theoretical contents will be taught using the PBL method in small groups, based on problem solving.
  • Students will feel useful, empowered right from the first day, as future to be doctors.

The University of Girona, a pioneer in using the PBL method in medicine, has accompanied the University of Deusto since it started to prepare the degree (2016). It has been the benchmark of the University of Deusto with the advisory assistance of Dr. Joan San's team, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Girona. The training process of Deusto’s academic staff by the University of Girona started in autumn 2018, and it will continue over the next few years under a collaboration agreement between both universities.

 

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1.-What are the main features of this degree programme at the University of Deusto?

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto has four main pillars in terms of graduates' skills, and a distinguishing feature for its teaching model.

As for the four pillars related to competences:

1. The humanism of professionals as actors of a person-based medicine that is close and humane, focused on patients' needs.
2. Research competences as inextricably linked to clinical practice.
3. The international nature of the degree programme. A full semester in year 4 spent abroad.
4. Ethical commitment, social and environmental responsibility and openness to transcendence.

The distinguishing feature of the teaching methods on the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto is that it will be taught based on the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) philosophy, inspired by the methodology first implemented by McMaster University, which has already obtained outstanding results in other fields and in our own.

Students will learn first-hand right from the first day about the medical problems facing doctors today and will be provided with a suitable methodology to deal with them based on teamwork, self-learning and critical thinking. Therefore:

  • Students will have clinical practices from their first year onwards until they finish their degree.
  • A state-of-the-art advanced medical simulation centre will be one of the learning pillars in the first years of the programme, although it will be used throughout the degree.
  • Most of the theoretical contents will be taught using the PBL method in small groups, based on problem solving.
  • Students will feel useful, empowered right from the first day, as future to be doctors.

The University of Girona, a pioneer in using the PBL method in medicine, has accompanied the University of Deusto since it started to prepare the degree (2016). It has been the benchmark of the University of Deusto with the advisory assistance of Dr. Joan San's team, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Girona. The training process of Deusto’s academic staff by the University of Girona started in autumn 2018, and it will continue over the next few years under a collaboration agreement between both universities.

 

English will be compulsory for some of the subjects and learning activities. This is a bilingual degree.

Students who wish to study the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto must have at least a B2 English level, according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages, since they must be able to study in English from Year 1 of the degree.

The curriculum is designed so that students can take at least 50% of the credits in English. In addition to the compulsory subjects in this language, some activities in English will be optional (PBL groups, etc.) and they can also have clinical training in English-speaking countries and write their Undergraduate Final Year Project in English.


 

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2.- Can I study in English?

English will be compulsory for some of the subjects and learning activities. This is a bilingual degree.

Students who wish to study the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto must have at least a B2 English level, according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages, since they must be able to study in English from Year 1 of the degree.

The curriculum is designed so that students can take at least 50% of the credits in English. In addition to the compulsory subjects in this language, some activities in English will be optional (PBL groups, etc.) and they can also have clinical training in English-speaking countries and write their Undergraduate Final Year Project in English.


 

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine looks to provide learning in three languages (Spanish/Basque/English) for all those students who wish to do part of their studies in Basque.

Particular emphasis will be made on subjects and clinical training in Basque, which will allow to train professionals capable of meeting the language needs of future patients both at a local and regional level and, on the other hand, including English will help to enhance students' internationalisation skills.

Students who wish so will also have, at least, the necessary number of subjects in Basque to meet the requirements established in Decree 47/2012, of 3 April, on the recognition of official degree programmes taught in Basque, in its Appendix I.

The University of Deusto will have PBL groups in Basque, the possibility of doing clinical training at centres where, due to their location, Basque is used for daily communication, with primary care doctors speaking Basque, and the possibility of doing the Undergraduate Final Year Project in Basque.

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

3.- Can I also study in Basque?

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine looks to provide learning in three languages (Spanish/Basque/English) for all those students who wish to do part of their studies in Basque.

Particular emphasis will be made on subjects and clinical training in Basque, which will allow to train professionals capable of meeting the language needs of future patients both at a local and regional level and, on the other hand, including English will help to enhance students' internationalisation skills.

Students who wish so will also have, at least, the necessary number of subjects in Basque to meet the requirements established in Decree 47/2012, of 3 April, on the recognition of official degree programmes taught in Basque, in its Appendix I.

The University of Deusto will have PBL groups in Basque, the possibility of doing clinical training at centres where, due to their location, Basque is used for daily communication, with primary care doctors speaking Basque, and the possibility of doing the Undergraduate Final Year Project in Basque.

 

Absolutely. The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine has been specifically designed to train students to work in international settings (that is, to accredit the "international dimension" competence).

 

To this end, the following features are enhanced in the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto:

  • It is taught in English or in two languages.
  • It is closely related to other international universities.
  • It requires students’ mobility
  • It is taught by an international academic staff (with international experience or foreign lecturers)
  • It has a number of international students.

Mobility stays for the Medicine degree, as part of the programme, are designed to enhance students’ profile. In this regard, the main objectives are:

  • Promote the development of skills for greater mastery of foreign language communication.
  • Acquire a broader outlook on graduates' career development, both from an academic and practical perspective.
  • Promote international exchange, the development of competences and skills that are key to the work of future graduates in Medicine (teamwork, attention to diversity, development of peace values, social justice and solidarity, among others).
  • Achieve significant expertise in cross-cultural communication, inherent in the work of physicians.

The University of Deusto has already signed eleven framework agreements with two international universities that offer programmes in Medicine in their curricula. All the partner universities are ranked among the top 1,000 universities worldwide according to the THE or QS quality rankings, which underpins their excellence.

Moreover, the University has non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with 53 universities worldwide that offer programmes in Medicine, 71 specific non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities that offer Medicine degrees, Erasmus+ agreements with 101 universities that have a medical school, among others, which gives an idea of its capacity to enter into specific agreements related to this degree.

The University also has its own network of Jesuit universities that have degrees in Medicine and Biomedicine; a total of 16 centres across five continents.

 

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4.- Does the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto have an international scope?

 

Absolutely. The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine has been specifically designed to train students to work in international settings (that is, to accredit the "international dimension" competence).

 

To this end, the following features are enhanced in the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto:

  • It is taught in English or in two languages.
  • It is closely related to other international universities.
  • It requires students’ mobility
  • It is taught by an international academic staff (with international experience or foreign lecturers)
  • It has a number of international students.

Mobility stays for the Medicine degree, as part of the programme, are designed to enhance students’ profile. In this regard, the main objectives are:

  • Promote the development of skills for greater mastery of foreign language communication.
  • Acquire a broader outlook on graduates' career development, both from an academic and practical perspective.
  • Promote international exchange, the development of competences and skills that are key to the work of future graduates in Medicine (teamwork, attention to diversity, development of peace values, social justice and solidarity, among others).
  • Achieve significant expertise in cross-cultural communication, inherent in the work of physicians.

The University of Deusto has already signed eleven framework agreements with two international universities that offer programmes in Medicine in their curricula. All the partner universities are ranked among the top 1,000 universities worldwide according to the THE or QS quality rankings, which underpins their excellence.

Moreover, the University has non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with 53 universities worldwide that offer programmes in Medicine, 71 specific non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities that offer Medicine degrees, Erasmus+ agreements with 101 universities that have a medical school, among others, which gives an idea of its capacity to enter into specific agreements related to this degree.

The University also has its own network of Jesuit universities that have degrees in Medicine and Biomedicine; a total of 16 centres across five continents.

 

The University of Deusto does not have a minimum cut-off score for entry, although there are a number of entry requirements to take into account:

In the case of the Bachelor’s in Medicine, to be eligible to sit the admission tests, you need to have at least an average of 8 in your previous studies (4th year ESO and 1st baccalaureate) and demonstrate having a B2 English level.

All this is constrained by the number of places available on the programme, a total of 80. Therefore, students who have the best academic records, curriculum and admission exams will gain admission to the degree programme.

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

5.- What is the minimum cut-off score for entry?

The University of Deusto does not have a minimum cut-off score for entry, although there are a number of entry requirements to take into account:

In the case of the Bachelor’s in Medicine, to be eligible to sit the admission tests, you need to have at least an average of 8 in your previous studies (4th year ESO and 1st baccalaureate) and demonstrate having a B2 English level.

All this is constrained by the number of places available on the programme, a total of 80. Therefore, students who have the best academic records, curriculum and admission exams will gain admission to the degree programme.

 

During the Monographic Sessions that will be held soon you can get information about the cost of the degree programme and grants you can apply for at the University of Deusto.

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6.- How much does the degree cost? Is there any financial aid available?

During the Monographic Sessions that will be held soon you can get information about the cost of the degree programme and grants you can apply for at the University of Deusto.

The Medicine degree will be fully taught at the University of Deusto in Bilbao.

The completion and launch of the new DeustoBio space at the University of Deusto early in the 2017/2018 academic year at the Bilbao campus, has allowed to build new spaces within the campus.

The DeustoBio space is a brand new 900 m2 building that will feature classrooms, laboratories (356m2), the simulation centre and the clinical skills room (nearly 300m2). Dissection practices will be held at the Clínica de la Virgen Blanca.

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine also shares other common spaces (classrooms, academic staff rooms, services, etc.) with the rest of the staff at the Bilbao campus at the University of Deusto.

Deusto’s commitment to the development of the Bio area has led it to establishing collaboration agreements with leading research centres such as CICbioGUNE and CICbiomaGUNE, which will allow to use their facilities for research development, among others.

Clinical training will be held at IMQ and the network of Basque hospitals with which Deusto has already signed agreements and are listed in question 13. In addition, some of these centres (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

7.- Where will I study?

The Medicine degree will be fully taught at the University of Deusto in Bilbao.

The completion and launch of the new DeustoBio space at the University of Deusto early in the 2017/2018 academic year at the Bilbao campus, has allowed to build new spaces within the campus.

The DeustoBio space is a brand new 900 m2 building that will feature classrooms, laboratories (356m2), the simulation centre and the clinical skills room (nearly 300m2). Dissection practices will be held at the Clínica de la Virgen Blanca.

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine also shares other common spaces (classrooms, academic staff rooms, services, etc.) with the rest of the staff at the Bilbao campus at the University of Deusto.

Deusto’s commitment to the development of the Bio area has led it to establishing collaboration agreements with leading research centres such as CICbioGUNE and CICbiomaGUNE, which will allow to use their facilities for research development, among others.

Clinical training will be held at IMQ and the network of Basque hospitals with which Deusto has already signed agreements and are listed in question 13. In addition, some of these centres (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.

 

The University of Deusto has already signed agreements with the following Basque hospitals and clinics:

  • Hospitales IMQ Zorrotzaurre y Virgen Blanca, Bilbao
  • Hospital Quirónsalud Bizkaia
  • Policlínica Gipuzkoa
  • Grupo Asunción, Gipuzkoa
  • Hospital San Juan de Dios, Santurtzi
  • Hospital Vithas San José, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Hospital Aita Menni, Arrasate - Mondragón
  • Intermutual de Euskadi, Bilbao
  • Mutualia, Bilbao, Donostia y Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • ICQO- Instituto Clínico Oftalmológico, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Colón, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Amárica, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Centro Médico IMQ Zurriola, Donostia - San Sebastián

In addition, with regard to research development, it has agreements with the following leading centres:

  • CIC bioGUNE
  • CIC biomaGUNE

Deusto has agreed with IMQ-Zorrotzaurre the provision of specific spaces for the dissection room, medical skills learning, simulation practices, etc. as the Health Sciences area is gradually expanded.

Also, some of the above hospitals (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.


 

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8.- Which are the internship centres?

The University of Deusto has already signed agreements with the following Basque hospitals and clinics:

  • Hospitales IMQ Zorrotzaurre y Virgen Blanca, Bilbao
  • Hospital Quirónsalud Bizkaia
  • Policlínica Gipuzkoa
  • Grupo Asunción, Gipuzkoa
  • Hospital San Juan de Dios, Santurtzi
  • Hospital Vithas San José, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Hospital Aita Menni, Arrasate - Mondragón
  • Intermutual de Euskadi, Bilbao
  • Mutualia, Bilbao, Donostia y Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • ICQO- Instituto Clínico Oftalmológico, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Colón, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Amárica, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Centro Médico IMQ Zurriola, Donostia - San Sebastián

In addition, with regard to research development, it has agreements with the following leading centres:

  • CIC bioGUNE
  • CIC biomaGUNE

Deusto has agreed with IMQ-Zorrotzaurre the provision of specific spaces for the dissection room, medical skills learning, simulation practices, etc. as the Health Sciences area is gradually expanded.

Also, some of the above hospitals (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.


 

FAQs

 

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto has four main pillars in terms of graduates' skills, and a distinguishing feature for its teaching model.

As for the four pillars related to competences:

1. The humanism of professionals as actors of a person-based medicine that is close and humane, focused on patients' needs.
2. Research competences as inextricably linked to clinical practice.
3. The international nature of the degree programme. A full semester in year 4 spent abroad.
4. Ethical commitment, social and environmental responsibility and openness to transcendence.

The distinguishing feature of the teaching methods on the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto is that it will be taught based on the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) philosophy, inspired by the methodology first implemented by McMaster University, which has already obtained outstanding results in other fields and in our own.

Students will learn first-hand right from the first day about the medical problems facing doctors today and will be provided with a suitable methodology to deal with them based on teamwork, self-learning and critical thinking. Therefore:

  • Students will have clinical practices from their first year onwards until they finish their degree.
  • A state-of-the-art advanced medical simulation centre will be one of the learning pillars in the first years of the programme, although it will be used throughout the degree.
  • Most of the theoretical contents will be taught using the PBL method in small groups, based on problem solving.
  • Students will feel useful, empowered right from the first day, as future to be doctors.

The University of Girona, a pioneer in using the PBL method in medicine, has accompanied the University of Deusto since it started to prepare the degree (2016). It has been the benchmark of the University of Deusto with the advisory assistance of Dr. Joan San's team, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Girona. The training process of Deusto’s academic staff by the University of Girona started in autumn 2018, and it will continue over the next few years under a collaboration agreement between both universities.

 

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1.-What are the main features of this degree programme at the University of Deusto?

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto has four main pillars in terms of graduates' skills, and a distinguishing feature for its teaching model.

As for the four pillars related to competences:

1. The humanism of professionals as actors of a person-based medicine that is close and humane, focused on patients' needs.
2. Research competences as inextricably linked to clinical practice.
3. The international nature of the degree programme. A full semester in year 4 spent abroad.
4. Ethical commitment, social and environmental responsibility and openness to transcendence.

The distinguishing feature of the teaching methods on the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto is that it will be taught based on the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) philosophy, inspired by the methodology first implemented by McMaster University, which has already obtained outstanding results in other fields and in our own.

Students will learn first-hand right from the first day about the medical problems facing doctors today and will be provided with a suitable methodology to deal with them based on teamwork, self-learning and critical thinking. Therefore:

  • Students will have clinical practices from their first year onwards until they finish their degree.
  • A state-of-the-art advanced medical simulation centre will be one of the learning pillars in the first years of the programme, although it will be used throughout the degree.
  • Most of the theoretical contents will be taught using the PBL method in small groups, based on problem solving.
  • Students will feel useful, empowered right from the first day, as future to be doctors.

The University of Girona, a pioneer in using the PBL method in medicine, has accompanied the University of Deusto since it started to prepare the degree (2016). It has been the benchmark of the University of Deusto with the advisory assistance of Dr. Joan San's team, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Girona. The training process of Deusto’s academic staff by the University of Girona started in autumn 2018, and it will continue over the next few years under a collaboration agreement between both universities.

 

English will be compulsory for some of the subjects and learning activities. This is a bilingual degree.

Students who wish to study the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto must have at least a B2 English level, according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages, since they must be able to study in English from Year 1 of the degree.

The curriculum is designed so that students can take at least 50% of the credits in English. In addition to the compulsory subjects in this language, some activities in English will be optional (PBL groups, etc.) and they can also have clinical training in English-speaking countries and write their Undergraduate Final Year Project in English.


 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

2.- Can I study in English?

English will be compulsory for some of the subjects and learning activities. This is a bilingual degree.

Students who wish to study the Bachelor's degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto must have at least a B2 English level, according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages, since they must be able to study in English from Year 1 of the degree.

The curriculum is designed so that students can take at least 50% of the credits in English. In addition to the compulsory subjects in this language, some activities in English will be optional (PBL groups, etc.) and they can also have clinical training in English-speaking countries and write their Undergraduate Final Year Project in English.


 

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine looks to provide learning in three languages (Spanish/Basque/English) for all those students who wish to do part of their studies in Basque.

Particular emphasis will be made on subjects and clinical training in Basque, which will allow to train professionals capable of meeting the language needs of future patients both at a local and regional level and, on the other hand, including English will help to enhance students' internationalisation skills.

Students who wish so will also have, at least, the necessary number of subjects in Basque to meet the requirements established in Decree 47/2012, of 3 April, on the recognition of official degree programmes taught in Basque, in its Appendix I.

The University of Deusto will have PBL groups in Basque, the possibility of doing clinical training at centres where, due to their location, Basque is used for daily communication, with primary care doctors speaking Basque, and the possibility of doing the Undergraduate Final Year Project in Basque.

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

3.- Can I also study in Basque?

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine looks to provide learning in three languages (Spanish/Basque/English) for all those students who wish to do part of their studies in Basque.

Particular emphasis will be made on subjects and clinical training in Basque, which will allow to train professionals capable of meeting the language needs of future patients both at a local and regional level and, on the other hand, including English will help to enhance students' internationalisation skills.

Students who wish so will also have, at least, the necessary number of subjects in Basque to meet the requirements established in Decree 47/2012, of 3 April, on the recognition of official degree programmes taught in Basque, in its Appendix I.

The University of Deusto will have PBL groups in Basque, the possibility of doing clinical training at centres where, due to their location, Basque is used for daily communication, with primary care doctors speaking Basque, and the possibility of doing the Undergraduate Final Year Project in Basque.

 

Absolutely. The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine has been specifically designed to train students to work in international settings (that is, to accredit the "international dimension" competence).

 

To this end, the following features are enhanced in the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto:

  • It is taught in English or in two languages.
  • It is closely related to other international universities.
  • It requires students’ mobility
  • It is taught by an international academic staff (with international experience or foreign lecturers)
  • It has a number of international students.

Mobility stays for the Medicine degree, as part of the programme, are designed to enhance students’ profile. In this regard, the main objectives are:

  • Promote the development of skills for greater mastery of foreign language communication.
  • Acquire a broader outlook on graduates' career development, both from an academic and practical perspective.
  • Promote international exchange, the development of competences and skills that are key to the work of future graduates in Medicine (teamwork, attention to diversity, development of peace values, social justice and solidarity, among others).
  • Achieve significant expertise in cross-cultural communication, inherent in the work of physicians.

The University of Deusto has already signed eleven framework agreements with two international universities that offer programmes in Medicine in their curricula. All the partner universities are ranked among the top 1,000 universities worldwide according to the THE or QS quality rankings, which underpins their excellence.

Moreover, the University has non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with 53 universities worldwide that offer programmes in Medicine, 71 specific non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities that offer Medicine degrees, Erasmus+ agreements with 101 universities that have a medical school, among others, which gives an idea of its capacity to enter into specific agreements related to this degree.

The University also has its own network of Jesuit universities that have degrees in Medicine and Biomedicine; a total of 16 centres across five continents.

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

4.- Does the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto have an international scope?

 

Absolutely. The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine has been specifically designed to train students to work in international settings (that is, to accredit the "international dimension" competence).

 

To this end, the following features are enhanced in the Medicine degree at the University of Deusto:

  • It is taught in English or in two languages.
  • It is closely related to other international universities.
  • It requires students’ mobility
  • It is taught by an international academic staff (with international experience or foreign lecturers)
  • It has a number of international students.

Mobility stays for the Medicine degree, as part of the programme, are designed to enhance students’ profile. In this regard, the main objectives are:

  • Promote the development of skills for greater mastery of foreign language communication.
  • Acquire a broader outlook on graduates' career development, both from an academic and practical perspective.
  • Promote international exchange, the development of competences and skills that are key to the work of future graduates in Medicine (teamwork, attention to diversity, development of peace values, social justice and solidarity, among others).
  • Achieve significant expertise in cross-cultural communication, inherent in the work of physicians.

The University of Deusto has already signed eleven framework agreements with two international universities that offer programmes in Medicine in their curricula. All the partner universities are ranked among the top 1,000 universities worldwide according to the THE or QS quality rankings, which underpins their excellence.

Moreover, the University has non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with 53 universities worldwide that offer programmes in Medicine, 71 specific non-Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities that offer Medicine degrees, Erasmus+ agreements with 101 universities that have a medical school, among others, which gives an idea of its capacity to enter into specific agreements related to this degree.

The University also has its own network of Jesuit universities that have degrees in Medicine and Biomedicine; a total of 16 centres across five continents.

 

The University of Deusto does not have a minimum cut-off score for entry, although there are a number of entry requirements to take into account:

In the case of the Bachelor’s in Medicine, to be eligible to sit the admission tests, you need to have at least an average of 8 in your previous studies (4th year ESO and 1st baccalaureate) and demonstrate having a B2 English level.

All this is constrained by the number of places available on the programme, a total of 80. Therefore, students who have the best academic records, curriculum and admission exams will gain admission to the degree programme.

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

5.- What is the minimum cut-off score for entry?

The University of Deusto does not have a minimum cut-off score for entry, although there are a number of entry requirements to take into account:

In the case of the Bachelor’s in Medicine, to be eligible to sit the admission tests, you need to have at least an average of 8 in your previous studies (4th year ESO and 1st baccalaureate) and demonstrate having a B2 English level.

All this is constrained by the number of places available on the programme, a total of 80. Therefore, students who have the best academic records, curriculum and admission exams will gain admission to the degree programme.

 

During the Monographic Sessions that will be held soon you can get information about the cost of the degree programme and grants you can apply for at the University of Deusto.

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

6.- How much does the degree cost? Is there any financial aid available?

During the Monographic Sessions that will be held soon you can get information about the cost of the degree programme and grants you can apply for at the University of Deusto.

The Medicine degree will be fully taught at the University of Deusto in Bilbao.

The completion and launch of the new DeustoBio space at the University of Deusto early in the 2017/2018 academic year at the Bilbao campus, has allowed to build new spaces within the campus.

The DeustoBio space is a brand new 900 m2 building that will feature classrooms, laboratories (356m2), the simulation centre and the clinical skills room (nearly 300m2). Dissection practices will be held at the Clínica de la Virgen Blanca.

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine also shares other common spaces (classrooms, academic staff rooms, services, etc.) with the rest of the staff at the Bilbao campus at the University of Deusto.

Deusto’s commitment to the development of the Bio area has led it to establishing collaboration agreements with leading research centres such as CICbioGUNE and CICbiomaGUNE, which will allow to use their facilities for research development, among others.

Clinical training will be held at IMQ and the network of Basque hospitals with which Deusto has already signed agreements and are listed in question 13. In addition, some of these centres (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

7.- Where will I study?

The Medicine degree will be fully taught at the University of Deusto in Bilbao.

The completion and launch of the new DeustoBio space at the University of Deusto early in the 2017/2018 academic year at the Bilbao campus, has allowed to build new spaces within the campus.

The DeustoBio space is a brand new 900 m2 building that will feature classrooms, laboratories (356m2), the simulation centre and the clinical skills room (nearly 300m2). Dissection practices will be held at the Clínica de la Virgen Blanca.

The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine also shares other common spaces (classrooms, academic staff rooms, services, etc.) with the rest of the staff at the Bilbao campus at the University of Deusto.

Deusto’s commitment to the development of the Bio area has led it to establishing collaboration agreements with leading research centres such as CICbioGUNE and CICbiomaGUNE, which will allow to use their facilities for research development, among others.

Clinical training will be held at IMQ and the network of Basque hospitals with which Deusto has already signed agreements and are listed in question 13. In addition, some of these centres (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.

 

The University of Deusto has already signed agreements with the following Basque hospitals and clinics:

  • Hospitales IMQ Zorrotzaurre y Virgen Blanca, Bilbao
  • Hospital Quirónsalud Bizkaia
  • Policlínica Gipuzkoa
  • Grupo Asunción, Gipuzkoa
  • Hospital San Juan de Dios, Santurtzi
  • Hospital Vithas San José, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Hospital Aita Menni, Arrasate - Mondragón
  • Intermutual de Euskadi, Bilbao
  • Mutualia, Bilbao, Donostia y Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • ICQO- Instituto Clínico Oftalmológico, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Colón, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Amárica, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Centro Médico IMQ Zurriola, Donostia - San Sebastián

In addition, with regard to research development, it has agreements with the following leading centres:

  • CIC bioGUNE
  • CIC biomaGUNE

Deusto has agreed with IMQ-Zorrotzaurre the provision of specific spaces for the dissection room, medical skills learning, simulation practices, etc. as the Health Sciences area is gradually expanded.

Also, some of the above hospitals (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.


 

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8.- Which are the internship centres?

The University of Deusto has already signed agreements with the following Basque hospitals and clinics:

  • Hospitales IMQ Zorrotzaurre y Virgen Blanca, Bilbao
  • Hospital Quirónsalud Bizkaia
  • Policlínica Gipuzkoa
  • Grupo Asunción, Gipuzkoa
  • Hospital San Juan de Dios, Santurtzi
  • Hospital Vithas San José, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Hospital Aita Menni, Arrasate - Mondragón
  • Intermutual de Euskadi, Bilbao
  • Mutualia, Bilbao, Donostia y Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • ICQO- Instituto Clínico Oftalmológico, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Colón, Bilbao
  • Centro Médico IMQ Amárica, Vitoria - Gasteiz
  • Centro Médico IMQ Zurriola, Donostia - San Sebastián

In addition, with regard to research development, it has agreements with the following leading centres:

  • CIC bioGUNE
  • CIC biomaGUNE

Deusto has agreed with IMQ-Zorrotzaurre the provision of specific spaces for the dissection room, medical skills learning, simulation practices, etc. as the Health Sciences area is gradually expanded.

Also, some of the above hospitals (San Juan de Dios, Grupo Quirón, …) have offered the possibility of undertaking internships at other accredited centres across Spain and worldwide.