All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.
The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.
To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.
The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.
In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.
|Total enrolled credits||2019/2020||1,968|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2019/2020||1,923|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2019/2020||27|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2019/2020||18|
|% credits repeated||2019/2020||2.29|
|Average credits by student||2019/2020||49.2|
|Total enrolled credits||2019/2020||14,970|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2019/2020||10,180|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2019/2020||2,302|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2019/2020||2,492|
|% credits repeated||2019/2020||32.02|
|Average credits by student||2019/2020||44.03|
|Total enrolled credits||2018/2019||1,029|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2018/2019||993|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2018/2019||36|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2018/2019||0|
|% credits repeated||2018/2019||3.5|
|Average credits by student||2018/2019||42.88|
|Total enrolled credits||2018/2019||13,780|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2018/2019||8,229|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2018/2019||2,206|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2018/2019||3,346|
|% credits repeated||2018/2019||40.29|
|Average credits by student||2018/2019||41.38|
|Total enrolled credits||2017/2018||627|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2017/2018||627|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2017/2018||0|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2017/2018||0|
|% credits repeated||2017/2018||0|
|Average credits by student||2017/2018||57|
|Total enrolled credits||2017/2018||16,040|
|Credits on 1st enrollment||2017/2018||8,844|
|Credits on 2nd enrollment||2017/2018||3,270|
|Credits on 3rd enrollment and above||2017/2018||3,926|
|% credits repeated||2017/2018||44.86|
|Average credits by student||2017/2018||40.1|
Success Not success Not presented
Success Not success Not presented
These are the master thesis works that have been read in recent academic years.
141/5000 Study of the Brazilian energy evaluation method: a comparison with the Spanish method through the evaluation of a social housing
Adaptation of the passivhaus standard to modular housing
Adaptation strategies to the microclimate of a crop farm in South America
Application and proposal for the passive design in Salvador - Bahia - Brazil
Assessment of the energy efficiency and energy refurbishment of a building
BIM methodology applied to sustainability and management of building
Cardboard possibilities as a construction resource: application to emergency module in Brazil
Optimization of a residential unit to archieve energy self-sufficiency: Technical and economic analysis of the implementation of renewable systems in a detached house located in Oviedo
Passive architecture in Fujian (China)
Possibilities of using recovery filler and recycled aggregates in masonry grouts
Study of passive systems to avoid respiratory problems in home interiors located in places with a humid and windy climate
Offer available places last year and, for degree studies, you can also check the cut notes of those admitted by PAAU.
|academic year 2019/2020|