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Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering

Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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This undergraduate degree provides the degree of specialisation previously covered by the Industrial Electrical Engineering Technician qualification and also includes new Industrial Electronics contents. The programme lasts four academic years, the first year focusing on the common basic Engineering competences also required for the Undergraduate Degree in Engineering in Industrial Technologies and the Undergraduate Degree in Mechanical Engineering. From the second academic year onwards, the Degree specialises in the field of electrical engineering and industrial electronics.

In the eighth semester, students can choose option modules from two blocks, one of which explores specific electrical and industrial electronics subjects in greater depth, while the other focuses on industrial organisation. There is also a company placement option. The degree concludes with the production and defence of a final year project.

Students may choose to take some of the modules in Basque or English, depending on availability.


Competences and job opportunities

This Degree qualifies graduates for the regulated professions of Industrial Engineering Technician, specialising in both Electrical Engineering and Electronics, furnishing them with the professional attributes required in order to exercise such professions, as established in ministerial order CIN/351/2009. This means that holders of the qualification can perform those professional activities legally restricted to those authorised to do so.

The competences acquired by all graduates of this Degree are available here.

In addition to the Master’s in Industrial Engineering, students may continue their studies by taking:


Application and admission

Although others exist, the recommended pathways to study this degree are the High School Diploma (Bachillerato) in Science and Technology, and Upper Grade Vocational Training in the field of Electricity and Electronics.

As for the personal characteristics of students, they should be well grounded in mathematics and physics, possess a capacity for analysis, reasoning, concentration, organisation and abstraction, and be inquisitive, imaginative and creative.

The University also offers what it calls "Zero Courses" (Foundation courses), which allow students to adapt to university-level education and are highly recommended in order to make up for possible deficiencies at entry level. These courses serve as introductions to some of the courses leading to qualifications awarded by the Public University of Navarre. They are designed to provide new undergraduates with a complementary grounding which focuses on two aims: to update, consolidate and complete certain basic concepts which they have already studied as part of Vocational Training or at High School (Bachillerato), and to furnish them with basic methodologies which will make life easier when they take the undergraduate degree course.


Support and monitoring

The UPNA provides students with excellent student-support services. The most important of these are:

The Tutoring Plan provides each undergraduate with a personal tutor to monitor his/her progress. These tutors teach the course the student is taking and advise him/her on academic options, specialisms, career prospects, and how the university works, providing an initial contact point from which students are redirected to specific university services or units.
Finally, the Secretary’s Office and the School Management are also at the disposal of current, future and old students, and can be contacted electronically or via the offices on the Arrosadía Campus.


Teaching method

This Degree involves a variety of educational activities (lectures, participatory classes, laboratory practical classes, cooperative learning activities, group projects, self-reliant studying and work) which focus on developing general and specific competences based on a range of teaching methods (lectures, exercises and problem solving, learning based on case studies and problems, cooperative learning in small groups and project-based learning).

The approach is geared towards continuous assessment to evaluate the competences defined for the degree based on learning outcomes which demonstrate acquisition, applying different assessment criteria depending on the type of activity performed.


Language competence

In order to be awarded the Degree, students must demonstrate level B1 competence in a foreign language (English, French, German or Italian) by means, at minimum, of one of the following:

  • The use of the relevant foreign language in the Report and defence of their Final Year Project. The Report must include a summary and one or more relevant chapters in the foreign language. Approximately 50% of the defence of the Final Year Project must be made in the foreign language. The rest of the report and defence may be in Spanish, Basque or the chosen foreign language.
  • Passing at least 3 modules taken in the chosen language.
  • Taking part in a mobility programme in the foreign language.
  • Passing a B1 test or accrediting the B1 level.


International and national mobility

The Degree has foreign student exchange agreements with universities in: Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Sweden, Italy, the UK, Mexico, Chile, Australia, Canada and South Korea.

Students may also take part in national and international virtual mobility programmes.


Types of students

  • Fulltime students: registering for a minimum of 30 and a maximum of 42 ECTS credits per semester.
  • Part-time students: registering for a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 29 ECTS credits per semester.
  • Reduced-timetable students: registering for a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 ECTS credits per semester.

The status of reduced-timetable student is granted in exceptional circumstance by the Rector or competent Vice-rector. Applications must be presented on a general request form at the Office of the University Registrar, together with supporting documentation.


Apoyo y seguimiento

La UPNA presta apoyo a sus estudiantes a través de diferentes servicios, entre los que destacan:

El Plan de Tutoría proporciona a cada estudiante un tutor personal, profesor de la titulación que asesorará al estudiante en su carrera académica, movilidad internacional, salidas profesionales, así como sobre el funcionamiento de la universidad.

El Plan de Mentoría permite que los estudiantes de últimos cursos  informen y orienten en cuestiones académicas y administrativas a estudiantes de primer curso.

Secretaría y Dirección del Centro: contacto electrónico o directo en las oficinas en el Campus de Arrosadía.


Tipología de estudiantes

  • Estudiante a tiempo completo: 60 - 84 créditos ECTS por curso académico. Mantendrá esa condición cuando los créditos que le falten para finalizar sus estudios sean inferiores a 60.
  • Estudiante a tiempo parcial: 30 - 59 créditos ECTS por curso académico. No es necesario justificarlo, es voluntario.
  • Estudiante a tiempo reducido: 12 - 29 créditos ECTS por curso académico. La condición de estudiante a tiempo reducido tendrá carácter excepcional y se autorizará por el rector o vicerrector competente en la materia. Más información
  • Estudiantes con necesidades educativas especiales: precisará de un análisis individualizado de la Unidad de Acción Social



E.T.S. de Ingenieros Industriales y de Telecomunicación
Edificio los Tejos
Campus de Arrosadia
31006 Pamplona
Tel. (+34) 948 16 6201
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