The legislation regulating the entrance exam to university (hereinafter PAU) for students over 25 years of age at Nebrija University (UNNE) is ruled by Royal Decree 412/2014, of June 6, which states that the basic regulations of the procedures for admission to undergraduate university education and by the Resolution of November 29, 2014 of the General Directorate of Universities and Research that discloses the Agreement of the Organizing Committee, which dictates the norms and regulations governing the university entrance exam for adults over twenty-five years of age are issued in the framework of the Community of Madrid, and by the regulations issued by the Community of Madrid for these purposes, as well as by the decisions of the Organizing Committee constituted for this purpose.
Only the following will be able to take the university entrance exam:
The content of the exams will be that established for the subjects of the second year of Baccalaureate in RD 1105/2014)
The general phase will aim to assess the maturity, suitability, reasoning ability and written expression of candidates to successfully pursue university studies. It will consist of three exercises:
The purpose of the specific phase will be to assess the skills, abilities and aptitudes of the candidates to successfully complete the different university courses related to the area of social and legal sciences.
In the specific phase of this exam, the following areas of knowledge will be offered. These areas and the subjects offered by UNNE in each are indicated below:
Each of the subjects, both in the general phase and the specific phase, will be graded from 0 to 10. The final grade will be the arithmetic mean of the grades obtained in the general phase and in the specific phase.
It will be understood that the candidate has passed the entrance exam when he/she obtains a minimum of 5 points in the final grade, not being able, in any case, to obtain an average when a minimum score of 4 points is not obtained both in the general phase and in the specific phase.