In recognition to the quality of the work done in carrying out his final project in the field of Government and Management of Information Technology the students Juan Manuel Acedo Ruiz, Daniel Hernando Ibáñez and Jorge Bustos Iglesias, have been recognized in the first edition of the "Best Final Projects gTIC" organized and delivered by itSMF Spain, one of the most important professional groups of ICT in Spain. Three professors from the Computer Science Department, Maria Isabel Sanchez Segura, Fuensanta Medina, and Arturo Mora-Soto participated as part of the jury.
The awards ceremony will take place on February 27 at the Salón de Grados from Escuela Universitaria de Informática (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), attendance is free and open to the entire community prior registry, which can be performed in event websiteUp
While the demand for college has fallen across the district of Madrid by 4.5% over the previous year, at UC3M only makes up 2.3%. The average rating for the admission of the entire supply of Grade UC3M, for this next year, stood at 10.074 out of a possible 14 points, more than three-tenths of a point higher than the previous year, due to the large number of degrees that have raised their degrees mark. Specifically, the cut-off for the Degree in Computer Engineering degree has been of 6.80.
The growing appeal of the UC3M for students from other regions has meant that, for the first time, the UC3M have 32% of students from outside of Madrid between total admitted, which is 2% more than last year . In addition, the UC3M values the efforts of students through a program of grants and awards for best selectivity notes intended for those students with good records who enroll for the first time in college and have chosen the UC3M first choice.
The degrees cut-off can be found here.Up
The two degrees programmes in Computer Engineering offered by Univesity Carlos III de Madrid have been fully booked on the June 2012 call for the third year in a row. Both campuses, Leganes and Colmenarejo, have registered a 100% of applicants admitted , with a slight increase of the average acess grade.
It is worth to mention that this year has increased by 2% the number of students admitted from outside the community of Madrid, (for a total value of 32%). In addition, the remaining degrees of the University have covered 99,5% of the positions offered.
For more information, please see the data related to the accesses for all the degrees of the University.Up
Computer Engineers from University Carlos III of Madrid are the early favorite among 100 large companies of Spain.
For more information, see the full article at the following link: Revista CapitalUp