Candidates that have completed 40 years by October 1 of the year in which the academic year begins can gain admission to the University if they do not have any academic degree that qualifies them for the same only if they can demonstrate work or professional experience related to the degree.
Admission is granted to one specific degree offered by the University, for which the interested party must address the concerned application to the Rector of the UPV.
Candidates must participate in a personal interview.
Over 45 years Persons who do not have any academic degree that allows university admission through other channels nor can they prove work or professional experience can gain admission to the University by passing an entrance exam, if they have completed 45 years by October 1 of the calendar year in which the exam is held.
The admission exam for candidates over 45 years consists of three exercises:
To pass the entrance exam, the candidate must score at least five points as a final score. This averaging is not possible if the candidate scores less than four points in any of the exercises.
Candidates must also participate in a personal interview. Passing the interview is a necessary condition for the candidate's application to be approved a posteriori.
The number of seats reserved for candidates over 45 years and for those over 40 years who can prove work or professional experience cannot be less than 1% or more than 3%.