Over the last years, Spanish universities have been involved in their adaptation process to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), also known as the Bologna process. This adaptation process has led to significant structural and methodological changes. Three years after the setting-up of these changes, some results can already been noted prior to their final implementation. This paper provides a detailed analysis of the changes performed within the Bologna process in the Bachelor Engineering (BEng) degrees that are currently offered at the School of Design Engineering ETSID (Universitat Politècnica de València UPV, Spain) according to the new regulations of both UPV and ETSID: Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development. As result, higher performance rates are being obtained at ETSID in these new EHEA structured degrees compared with the pre-EHEA adapted ones, and even with those corresponding to other UPV Schools. Finally, improvements obtained in the academic results as a consequence of the new designs and approaches carried out in the students’ curriculum development will be also assessed.