Baccalaureate degree and university entrance examinations passed. All the degree programmes in the Faculty can be accessed from any baccalaureate track. However, from the academic standpoint, the recommendation for the Bachelor’s in Psychology and the Bachelor’s in Speech and Language Therapy is students coming from the health sciences and social sciences track; the recommendation for the Bachelor’s in Teacher Training for Preschool Education, Teacher Training for Primary Education, Physical Activity and Sport Sciences and Applied Languages and Translation (English) is students coming from the social sciences and humanities tracks, although students from other baccalaureate tracks are also considered.
Credential approving studies for university admission issued by the Ministry of Education. Students from educational systems in European Union member states or other states with which Spain has international reciprocity agreements and which fulfil the academic requirements in their respective educational systems for admission into their universities may gain admission to Spanish universities.
Approval of baccalaureate and university entrance examinations passed. Students from foreign university systems who cannot use the previous option must get their diploma officially approved as equivalent to the Spanish baccalaureate diploma and sit for university entrance examinations once they have secured this approval of equivalence.
Holding an Advanced Training Cycle degree, a degree from a Training Cycle in Visual Arts and Design or a certificate as a sports coach. Students who have taken an Advanced Training Cycle in a field related to the Bachelor’s may try to get their credits recognised.
Ways of access to the degree course in Early Childhood Education from CFGS studies. Students with CFGS-Early Childhood Education studies (LOE or LOGSE) can ask recognition for a total of 48 ECTS: 36 ECTS corresponding to core subjects, 6 ECTS to Practicum, and 6 ECTS to elective subjects in the degree course in Early Childhood Education.
University admission for candidates over the age of 25. Anyone who is aged 25 or over before the 1st of October on the calendar year when the entrance exam is held may sit for it.
University admission through certified work or professional experience. People with job or professional experience related to the degree programme who hold no academic degree that allows them to gain admission to the university through other paths and who are aged 40 or above before the 1st of October on the calendar year when the academic year begins may gain admission into the degree programme.
University admission for candidates over the age of 45. People over the age of 45 who hold no academic degree that allows them to gain admission to the university through other paths and who cannot accredit job or professional experience may gain admission to the degree programme through this path.