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Conditions of access to the Business Management and Marketing DegreeCámarabilbao2023-01-05T10:17:19+02:00
Conditions of access to the Business Management and Marketing Degree
It is essential to pass the EBAU (or to have any degree that qualifies you to study an Official Degree in the Social and Legal Sciences Area).
You can also apply for access to the centre even if you do not have the requirements set out in the previous paragraph, provided that you are in a position to achieve them before the start of the academic year (for example, if you are in the 2nd year of baccalaureate).
Passing the admission process.
As prerequisites, the school also requires students to have a certain level of foreign language proficiency (C1 in English and B1 in German or French) as well as proven fluency in the main Microsoft Office tools.
If you do not yet have this knowledge, this requirement can be replaced by a commitment to reach this level during the first three years of the Degree. In this case, the School will provide you with a specific training programme compatible with and integrated into the Language&Digital Skills Programme.
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