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Medicine

Course Programme

  • Degree awarded:  Bachelor’s degree in Medicine
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS credits yearly x 6 years= 360 ECTS credits
  •  Number of places on the programme: 80 places
  •  Type of programme: Taught course
  •  Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque and English
  •  Internships: Compulsory. All years
  •  International programme: International study abroad in the 2nd semester of 4th year
  •  Undergraduate Final Year Project: 18 ECTS
  •  Faculty:  Psychology and Education

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The Undergraduate Final Year Project (18 ECTS), which is compulsory, is the main project to be carried out in Year 6. To enrol, students must have completed, or at least be enrolled, in all the core and compulsory subjects in the degree.

It is an empirical research work that must be developed in a professional and mature way under the supervision of a lecturer. It will be publicly defended before and examining committee.

 

Course Programme

  • Degree awarded:  Bachelor’s degree in Medicine
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS credits yearly x 6 years= 360 ECTS credits
  •  Number of places on the programme: 80 places
  •  Type of programme: Taught course
  •  Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque and English
  •  Internships: Compulsory. All years
  •  International programme: International study abroad in the 2nd semester of 4th year
  •  Undergraduate Final Year Project: 18 ECTS
  •  Faculty:  Psychology and Education

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The Undergraduate Final Year Project (18 ECTS), which is compulsory, is the main project to be carried out in Year 6. To enrol, students must have completed, or at least be enrolled, in all the core and compulsory subjects in the degree.

It is an empirical research work that must be developed in a professional and mature way under the supervision of a lecturer. It will be publicly defended before and examining committee.