The deadline for registering at the September phase grades enrollment begins on Friday at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT).
Those interested in studying any of the 16 degrees that directly provides UPCT have until September 25 to register your web application http://preinscripciondurm.um.es
Students who have made this month the entrance exam to the University or who have failed or decided as yet what career to study, they can still qualify for one of the 578 seats that are free in the phase UPCT enrollment after June , during which he covered 57% of academic offerings.
A data harvested almost identical to last year which confirms the pull between students who have studies Cartagena Polytechnic, specializing in engineering and business, despite the difficulties that families are suffering because of the crisis, rising rates and grants decreased.
The degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Technologies Engineering, both from the School of Industrial Engineering, have exhausted all available positions.
Many other titles, such as Telecommunication Systems Engineering, Telematics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Electronics and Automation, Engineering Horticulture and Gardening and degree in Business Administration and Management, have less than half of its availability, according to data provided by the Vice President of Academic.
During the June have highlighted increases in enrollment in grade Agro Engineering Industries, which has quadrupled its data from the previous year, and in the degree in Building Engineering.
The studies related to the economic sectors most affected by the crisis recorded lower demand, but yet UPCT graduates in careers such as Architecture, Civil Engineering, Mineral Resources and Energy Engineering or Naval Architecture and Marine Systems characterized by the relevant jobs that get in large national and international companies.
Examples are the graduates of the School of Naval ships UPCT designing shipyard as the multinational Damen in Holland, where alumni work Leticia Muñoz and Carlos Gonzalez, or the case of Miguel Martinez, who works in Chile in one of the world's largest mines.
And also that of Juan Antonio Vicente, who works for FCC as a civil engineer in the Persian Gulf.