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Tecnunamong the top universities to study Engineering at

This is highlighted in the CYD ranking.

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09/07/20 13:01

This 2020 university entrance exams are very different from previous years due to the coronavirus crisis. Future university students will face a radically different Selectividad, starting with the number of days of exams (four instead of the usual three), the dates (one month later than planned before the pandemic) and the health precautions.

In addition, these dates are key for future university students who have to deciding which degree to study and choosing which university to study at. The CYD ranking has highlighted the most outstanding universities in which to study Engineering in Spain, among which the degrees of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering of the University of Valencia stand out. Tecnun.

Analysing the 3 universities that stand out for having the highest number of high performance indicators among the 7 engineering disciplines included in the study area of its ranking, CYD detects 4 that repeat their presence in the different disciplines. The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, the Carlos III University of Madrid, Tecnun-Universidad de Navarra and the Pontificia de Comillas.

In the case of Tecnun, the CYD ranking highlights the School's Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering degrees, and gives a detailed description of Tecnun: "Located in the city of San Sebastian is Tecnun, which aims to contribute to the professional, scientific and human training of future engineers. The school was created in 1961 seeking a balance between teaching, research, transfer and service to society. It currently has two campuses: the oldest located in Ibeata and the other in the Miramón Technology Park".

"Scientific work at the School of Engineering is carried out in collaboration with researchers from the Centre for Technical Studies and Research of Gipuzkoa (CEIT), with which Tecnun shares the laboratories and library. In this way, scientific research is complemented with the practical interest of a Centre like CEIT, with a marked character of service to industry". 

"It has more than 8,200 alumni and currently offers 11 engineering degrees, 3 master's degrees and a doctoral programme to more than 1,200 students," concludes the CYD ranking.

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