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Preparatory courses in mathematics, physics and graphic expression

These courses are optional and are aimed at students from higher training cycles or upper secondary education who need to review concepts in these subjects to be able to take a bachelor’s degree at the EETAC. (Credits for these courses do not count towards the degree).

The courses are practical and students need time to work on them individually. A final assessment will be held with an individual test.

You do not need to enrol for all three courses. You can take those that you think could help you.

Below is a level test for physics and mathematics so that you can test yourself and assess whether it would be a good idea to enrol for these courses.

Preparatory Course in Physics (15 hours, 1.5 ECTS credits)

    • Less than 5 correct answers: we strongly recommend that you enrol for the Preparatory Course in Physics

    • Between 5 and 7 correct answers: we advise you to enrol for the Preparatory Course in Physics.


Preparatory Course in Mathematics (15 hours, 1.5 ECTS credits)

    • Less than 5 correct answers: we strongly recommend that you enrol for the Preparatory Course in Mathematics.
    • Between 5 and 6 correct answers: we advise you to enrol for the Preparatory Course in Mathematics.

Preparatory Course in Graphic Expression (15 hours, 1.5 ECTS credits)

This course is aimed at students enrolled in the bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Systems Engineering or the double degree in Aerospace Systems Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering or Network Engineering (particularly, but not exclusively, those who have not done technical drawing at upper secondary school level).

 

Schedule of preparatory courses (September 2021)

 

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Duration: 15 hours (1.5 ECTS) each course

Schedule: 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 September 2021

Days 6, 7, 8 and 9:
   11:00-14:00 Physics
   15:00-18:00 Mathematics

Day 10:
    8:30-11:30 Physics
   15:00-18:00 Mathematics

The preparatory course for graphic expression will take place in February, before the start of the second semester