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In the university pre-enrolment, study centres will offer different types of course:
- Basic course offering: Choose a course and on completion you will obtain the corresponding degree certificate.
- Bachelor’s degree course block: the first academic year is the same for everyone. Once you have passed it, you can request the course that you want to continue with. On completion, you will obtain one official degree corresponding to the bachelor's degree course that you have taken. In the university pre-enrolment, this will be identified with the term 'course block'.
- Simultaneous studies (double degree): you will take two degree courses simultaneously and on completion you will obtain two bachelor's degree certificates. In the university pre-enrolment, this will be identified with the term 'simultaneous'.
- Simultaneous study block (open double degree): You can select an 'X' bachelor’s degree to take at the same time as a second 'Y' or 'Z' bachelor’s degree. During the first academic years, you will complete subject areas from bachelor’s degree 'X' and common subject areas from the bachelor’s degrees 'Y' and 'Z'. At a later date, you will have to make your final choice of the second degree course of 'Y' or 'Z' that you want to take. On completion, you will obtain two official degrees corresponding to the two bachelor's degree courses that you have taken. In the university pre-enrolment, this will be identified with the term 'simultaneous study block'.
Places at each university are allocated beginning with the application of the student with the highest mark and continuing in descending order until there are no places left.
The cut-off mark therefore corresponds to the last student to obtain a place at a particular university centre. As such this mark is not pre-established but varies every year, as it depends on the number of places available at each centre and number of students applying for them at pre-enrolment.