As stated in the White Paper on Degrees in the Digital Economy sector, this results from the disruptive capacity that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) produces in all economical sectors and social and personal activities. Applications, processes, content and digital entities, and associated services influence the real economy, offering a global platform where people, virtual entities, and organizations interact, communicate, collaborate and search for information, forcing them to define new strategies and ways of competing. In this sense, there is no doubt that the application of technology in business processes is a reality in Spain. The Double Degree that is presented includes the competencies of the original titles and pools them with the fundamental objective of training highly trained professionals for the challenges of Telecommunications and Business and with the ability to adapt to future challenges.

The degree has 402 ECTS credits, distributed over 11 semesters at a rate of 72 credits per year in the first ten semesters and 42 in the last, which will contain all the theoretical and practical training that the student must acquire. Each ECTS credit equals 25 hours of student work, with 40% attendance.

The person responsible for administrative and financial management is the Administration of the Building of the School of Telecommunications and Electronic Engineering.

The languages used throughout the training process are Spanish and English.

As specific access requirements, you must have passed the entrance test in one of the two degrees involved in this curricular program. In the event of abandonment by the student of this curricular program, they can only continue their studies to the degree to which they passed the specific entrance test.

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