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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Below we answer the questions most frequently asked by students and their families. Do you want us to answer any others? Write to us!
On 17 February 2022, the Assembly of Madrid approved the law creating our University. ESNE has become UDIT, University of Design and Technology, a solid university training project backed by both public bodies and the main companies in the creative Industries.
The UDIT degrees are official university studies adapted to the European Higher Education Area agreed after the Bologna plan. These degree courses are structured in four courses of 60 ECTS each, which at the end of their studies will total 240 ECTS.

These official studies give access to official postgraduate courses as well as the possibility of taking competitive examinations.
UDIT does not require a cut-off mark for admission. Due to the specificity of the degrees, potential students must take specific admission tests, which are not eliminatory, but serve to determine the student’s profile.
To begin the admission process at UDIT it is necessary to take a placement test. This test is not eliminatory but it is compulsory. Its aim is to get to know the future student better with a view to entering university.

The requirements for access to the Official University Degrees are as follows:
  • COU + Selectivity.
  • Baccalaureate + EvAU.
  • Duly accredited baccalaureate from other countries.
  • Higher Level Training Cycle (Higher Technician Degree).
  • Students who have passed the entrance exam for those over 25, 40, and/or 45 years of age.
  • University graduates of another degree, or students who have begun official university studies of another degree.
  • Students with official studies abroad that give access.
For more information, please contact us:

Telephone + 34 915 55 25 28

Yes, it is necessary to have passed the EvAU as this is required by law for access to official degree studies.
At UDIT we are looking for talent, so it is not necessary to come from a specific baccalaureate option. In order to check that your profile is suitable for the degree you choose to study, we carry out our own admission tests.
UDIT’s admission tests consist of:

  • Creative aptitude test (artistic drawing).
  • Specific knowledge test based on a video.
  • English test
These tests are not eliminatory; their purpose is to get to know better the starting level of the future student and thus be able to better organise the groups and recommend, if necessary, reinforcement courses or interesting bibliographies for the candidate.
The price of our studies depends on the type of degree. Depending on whether it is a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Vocational Training degree, the cost varies.

The fees are divided into two. Registration (which includes the reservation of a place and is paid before the start of the course) and Tuition (paid monthly during the academic year and depends on the number of credits enrolled).

To find out the current prices of our degrees visit the Fees, grants and financing section.
Yes, UDIT does have a scholarship programme. All the scholarships and study grants offered by UDIT are compatible with those offered by the Autonomous Communities and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

UDIT scholarships or grants are not cumulative, i.e. the student can only benefit from one of them.

Consult UDIT’s Scholarships and Grants offer
UDIT in collaboration with Banco Sabadell and Banco Santander, offers the possibility of financing the degrees in up to 10 years, through university credits. Ask us for all the details.
One credit represents about 25 hours of dedication. The distribution of hours in each subject will vary according to the degree of difficulty established by the Academic Direction of UDIT. These hours are divided into 10 teaching hours and 15 hours of work outside the classroom (individual, team, lectures, tutorials, etc.).
The transfer of credits implies that, in the official academic documents accrediting the studies followed by each student, all the credits obtained in official studies taken previously, at the same or another university, which have not led to the award of an official degree, will be included. This information is reflected in the European Diploma Supplement.
Of course it is. We want you to come and live the UDIT experience. It is a unique, lively campus and we love to receive visits from future students and their families. To do so, you can make an appointment with the University Guidance Department or attend one of our Open Days. You can also visit our facilities from home via the Virtual Tour.
In the third year, the compulsory internships begin. They are part of the degree curriculum and are equivalent to around 360 hours of internships.

UDIT always tries to ensure that its students carry out their internships in recognised companies in the sector. And, although the compulsory internships begin in the third year, from the first year students will be able to carry out work and projects within the programmes that UDIT has with different companies.


If you have any questions or if you want to set up your access, please write or call us on +34 915 55 25 28.