Polytechnic School

Advancing the call for completing studies

Bachelor's and master's degree studies

Procedure in the PS

Submission period
The submission period will be the one on the administrative calendar of the EPS. For this procedure you can consult the Academic information section / Calendars and timetables / Administrative Calendar of the PS website
Documentation to submit
Application form It must be shown at any UdG registry office (in the Campus Montilivi - CIAE, Barri Vell campus - Les Àligues) Application for the call brought forward
Decision and notification
The Academic Office of the Secretary will be notified students electronically of the outcome of the application. Students will receive an email warning and they must accept the notification to find out if the decision is positive or negative. If they are granted the right to have the marking period brought forward they will have to look at the approved examinations calendar (students’ portal or the PS website - section Academic Information/Calendars and Timetables/Timetables of classed and Examinations Calendar).
Comments
In order to request that the marking call period be brought forward, they must have enrolled for all the credits required to finish their degree and any pending credits, with the exception of their thesis and external placements, must have been enrolled on in the previous academic year and assessed as not passed (either because they failed, they absent or the call was cancelled). The decision may still be revoked if the student applies to renounce their extraordinary call, provided they do so before the established deadline.

General procedure

Who can make this request?
Students who have enrolled for all the credits required to finish their studies and have pending one or more subjects (with the exception of their thesis and external placements) up to a maximum of 30 credits enrolled on in the previous academic year and assessed as failed. Accreditation of the third language will not be taken into account to be granted the exceptional call.
Procedure
Students must enrol for these subjects in the ordinary way and later request the extraordinary call. The advanced assessment will consist of a summarised test in which only and exclusively the learning outcomes defined in the subject for the previous academic year will be assessed.
Documentation that must be submitted
Standard application form (original and copy).
Place to submit the application
Academic office of the secretary of the corresponding teaching institution.
Submission period
The deadline for applications is stated on the calendar of each teaching institution, within the period established in the framework calendar.
Resolution, notification and effects
The body competent to deal with requests is, in the case of the teaching given at educational centres integrated with the University of Girona, the dean or director of these centres and, in the case of education given at centres affiliated or linked to the University of Girona, the delegated dean or director. The teaching centre’s academic secretary's office has to notify the student of the decision taken over their request The student's notification has to inform them of the type of appeal they can lodge against the decision. The decision may still be revoked if the student applies to renounce their extraordinary call, provided they do so before the established deadline. Students who have requested that a call be brought forward to complete their studies do not lose the right to attend the ordinary classes in the subjects in which they are enrolled, but they will not have the right to a new assessment in subjects already assessed in the same academic year.
Resource
Against this resolution, which does not exclude administrative procedural channels, and irrespective of its immediate enforcement, the persons concerned may lodge an appeal before the rector within a period of one month as from the day following the receipt of the notification, under the provisions of Article 115.1 of Act 30/1992, of 26 November, on the legal system of public authorities and common administrative procedure, as amended by Act 4/1999, of 13 January. The persons concerned may likewise lodge any other appeal that they deem fit to defend their interests.
Regulations
Regulations governing student assessment and marking processes (article 20)