I graduated as an Electronic Engineer at University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina. I want to apply to scholarships to undertake a Master's course in Europe, and I'm often asked the level of my degree. Here is where things get confusing.
At UBA we have somewhat unorthodox course durations and syllabuses. While in most Argentinian universities an undergraduate course has a duration of 3 to 5 years, at UBA courses last 6 years (when passing every single subject at once and not lagging behind). Additionally, at Engineering School we have some subjects that would correspond to MSc level abroad (in the last 2 years we can choose specific subjects about advanced topics we want to specialize in, while general engineering topics are covered during the first 4 years). We also have to carry out either a research project or a professional one before graduating, and then write a thesis about it.
What would be the European equivalence for this degree? I've seen a few, but I'm really not sure which one I should choose when applying for a scholarship abroad. The ones that I think would be good choices are:
As far as I understand after doing some research about this, I think the one that looks the most similar to my degree would be BEng. I also think that putting MSc could be detrimental to my application (even if the degree has a Master's degree level), because I want to pursue a Master's abroad and not a PhD.
Which one would you suggest is the right one to choose?