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Analysis in terms of performance of the TFG (2021-2022)



The Innovation Space at the UCA EITIC has conducted an analysis of the performance of the 2021-2022 years’ TFGs (final-year undergraduate dissertations). Here you can find the most relevant conclusions and results both globally and specifically for each ICT and BIO undergraduate degree.

First, regarding global data, we note that:

  • The average score is 8.37/10, considering only the TFGs scored between 5 and 10.
  • The mode is 9/10, similarly to the previous year, and the typical deviation is 1.18 (– 0.09 compared to the previous year, that is, homogeneity in the distribution of scores has increased).

Regarding data specific to each undergraduate degree, it can be observed that:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering (GEI)

  • This year the minimum score has decreased by 1 point to 4/10, that is, to a failing score. The maximum score remains constant at 10/10.
  • The mode has dropped by 1 point compared to the previous year, to 7.5/10.
  • The average score has decreased slightly, from 8.55/10 to 8.07/10. Letting apart the single case of a failing score, this value would be 8.17/10. The typical deviation reaches 1.40 points and would be notably lower letting aside the failing score (1.26 points). In any case, the disparity of the data gathered is higher than the previous year, when the standard deviation was 1.14.

Bachelor’s degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering (GESA)

  • The minimum score is 3/10, 2 points lower compared to the previous year because of a single case of a failing score. If we do not consider the failing score, the minimum score would have been 7/10, (+ 2 points compared to the previous year. However, the mode is 9 again and the typical deviation has increased slightly to 1.36 (+ 0.05 points compared to the previous year). Letting aside the exceptional case of the failing score of 3/10, the typical deviation would be 0.95, that is, – 0.36 points compared to 2020-2021.
  • The average score drops by 0.06 points to 8.47 in 2021-2022 and, letting aside the failing score, the average would be 8.64, slightly higher than the previoyus year (8.53/10).

Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Engineering in Data Science (GEMCD):

  • The average score drops slightly to 8.47/10, (– 0.03 points compared to 2020-2021, the first class of graduates). However, it is still higher than the global average of the School.
  • The minimum score has risen by two points. Therefore, scores range from 6 to 10.
  • The mode drops by 1 point to 9 and the typical deviation is 1.08, dropping by 0.27 compared to the previous year and by 0.10 compared to the global deviation (1.18), so in 2021-2022 the standard deviation for the GEMCD 2021-2022 is lower than the previous year.

Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Network Engineering (GEXT):

  • The average score is 8.09 (– 0.01 points compared to the 2020-2021 class and – 0.22 points compared to the global average.
  • Scores range from 6 to 9.5.
  • There are two modes8 and 8.5.
  • The typical deviation is 0.93. Therefore, the GEXT is the degree with the lowest dispersion among the ICT undergraduate degrees analysed.

Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering

  • 55 TFGs have been submitted this year.
  • The average score is 8.35/10 and scores range from 5 to 10.
  • The mode is 8.5 and the typical deviation is 1.



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