Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy

Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy

Academic year 2018-2019

The Bachelor in Pedagogy course is designed to comprehensively train the student in the educational and training processes in order to become a specialist in designing, planning, determining, advising on, directing, coordinating, managing, developing and evaluating projects and action within the remit of education.

General information

General data

Name of the course:
Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy
Branch of knowledge:
Social and Judicial Sciences
Duration:
4 years
European credits:
240
Qualification(s) it leads to:
Holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Pedagogy from the University of Girona
Teaching institution:
Faculty of Education and Psychology
Indicative number of places:
60
Last admission mark:
Admission marks of the first allocation round for 2018-2019
Approx. price for the first year:
1,657 euros. See Information on prices
Language requirements:
To obtain the certificate students must prove they have B2 level or equivalent in English, German, French or Italian (general requirement of bachelor's degree studies)
Other information:
Follow-up indicators / AQU Indicators

It's useful to know

The Bachelor in Pedagogy course seeks to comprehensively train the student in the educational and training processes in order to become a specialist in designing, planning, determining, advising on, directing, coordinating, managing, developing and evaluating projects and action within the remit of education.

The Pedagogy course is invested in a model of excellence and innovation in the methodological and organizational field. It encourages the extension of education into new fields of pedagogical action and work, so as to ease the student’s entry into a job market that is continually changing.

The curriculum is based on the interrelation of disciplines and has been designed on the concept that pedagogues require a solid cultural education with the ability incorporate the knowledge gained from this particular discipline with the knowledge of other social and cultural disciplines (anthropology, sociology, economics, history, law, etc.).

Pedagogical studies have developed structures typical of the democratic participation of students and teachers, ensuring the quality of the degree. The objective is to foster critical thinking, dialogue and direct participation within these studies in order to foster the course’s quality and the quality of the pedagogy students trained at the University of Girona.

Learning objectives

  • Creating professionals capable of designing, planning, determining, advising, directing, coordinating, managing, developing and evaluating projects and actions in the area of education and life-long learning.
  • Training of pedagogy students to become specialists in educational and training processes, in order to enter the profession in the various field s of pedagogy and continue their training through the offer educational, social and cultural postgraduate courses.

Skills acquired

The skills acquired will allow the student to have the necessary tools to:

  • Determine the social and cultural reality and make proposals for satisfying the needs at issue.
  • Design, apply and assess educational programmes with methodologies adapted to the different economic, social, cultural and personal situation.
  • Design, apply and assess proposals for the organisation and management of educational centres, institutions and services.
  • Design, apply and assess techniques and strategies of mediation, consultation and promotion in the community, as well as in organisations, institutions and services.
  • Design plans of lifelong learning and teacher training appropriate to new educational situations and needs.

The pedagogy course at the University of Girona has been working on quality, avant-garde and critical pedagogy for years. The curriculum taught since 2010 has been based on this perspective.

Being a consummate professional in this area requires a very solid cultural and intellectual education; accordingly, the model chosen by the University gives students a strong basis in educational issues along with contemporary thought, economics, law, sociology and other matters. The student receives comprehensive intellectual and cultural training, in addition to the ability to pursue a professional career in various fields.

Access

Access requirements

  • Upper secondary school education. Access: university entrance examinations (PAU), general phase. Admission: weighting of subjects examined in the university entrance examinations (PAU) linked to the branch of knowledge of Social and Judicial Sciences.
  • Higher level vocational training cycles (CFGS). Access: all CFGS. Admission: weighting of subject areas examined to the specific phase of the PAU (university entrance examinations) linked to the branch of knowledge of Social and Legal Sciences.
  • Over 25s. Must pass the preferential option of the entrance exam: Social and Judicial Sciences.
  • Over 40s. Appraisal of any professional experience related to the bachelor's degree the applicant wishes to study for and suitability for the course, as demonstrated at interview.
  • Over 45s. Must pass entrance exam and demonstrate suitability at interview.
  • Other special types of access recognized under current regulations.

Other access information

Careers

The Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy has been designed to facilitate the entry of the student into a job market that is constantly changing.

Pedagogy has developed within public and private organisations and services, as well as in distance-learning and in-class environments aimed at people of all ages.

The places where pedagogues tend to work can be divided into four areas:

  • Education: schools, institutes (following a master’s in secondary education), adult education centres and resource centres, among others.
  • Society: civic centres, sports centres, prisons, recreation companies and services, legal services, social services, health centres and services and such centres and services.
  • Labour and careers service: continuous training in companies and institutions, career orientation, employment skills training.
  • Culture and communications: museums, media, publishing companies and other companies, cultural services and institutions.

Continue studying

Master's degree The UdG offers an extensive range of masters degrees. Master's degree courses offer advanced, specialised or multidisciplinary training, aimed at providing students with an academic or professional specialism or an introduction to research. These are official courses that enable students to move on to study for a doctoral degree.

Doctorate degree The aim of Dral studies is to provide students with advanced training in research techniques and the programmes include the production and presentation of a doctoral thesis, consisting of an original research project. To join a doctoral programme you need to have a minimum of between 60 and 120 ECTS credits at official university master's degree level or equivalent.

Postgraduate courses and specialization. University of Girona foundation: Innovation and Training is a centre that hosts and organises ongoing training activities with the aim of meeting ongoing higher level training needs. If offers own masters, postgraduate courses, specialization courses and other postgraduate activities covering all areas of knowledge.

Subjects

Curriculum Subjects offered for 2018-2019

Pedagogy12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

An approach to education (3101G00100)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogy (3101G05002)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Psychology and education12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Psychological processes and human development (3101G00101)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Social psychology (3101G00102)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Society, culture and education 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Sociology (3101G00103)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Philosophical and historical aspects of the contemporary world 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Contemporary thought (3101G00105)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Fundamentals of economics and law6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Foundations of economics (3101G00107)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogy and professionalism18 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

School pedagogy (3101G05011)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Social pedagogy (3101G05012)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Labour and orientation pedagogy (3101G05013)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogy in culture and communications (3101G05014)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Professional practice of pedagogy (3101G05015)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Society, culture and education 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Anthropology (3101G00104)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Philosophical and historical aspects of the contemporary world 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Historical keys of the current world (3101G00106)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Fundamentals of economics and law6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Functions and basic concepts of the law (3101G00108)

BBasic 6.00 SSemester long YES

Educational research and practice 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Bases of research (3101G00109)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Bases of Research in Education (3101G05086)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Didactics and curriculum 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Teaching and learning processes (3101G05018)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

History and policy of education12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

History of education and pedagogy (3101G05020)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Policy and social and educational legislation (3101G00110)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Educational organisation and management 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Organisational theories and processes (3101G00111)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Optional modules 12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Pedagogy and childhood education (3101G05031)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and sociocultural motivation (3101G00116)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and social integration (3101G05033)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Sport as a socio-educational resource (3101G05034)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and work education (3101G05035)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

History of education in Catalonia (3101G05036)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Attention to diversity in secondary education (3101G05037)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Learning difficulties (3101G05038)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogic intervention: family and social environment (3101G00117)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Design and external credit transfer of curricula (3101G05040)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Diagnosis in education (3101G05041)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogic intervention and development disorders (3101G05043)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogic intervention with teenagers and risky behaviour (3101G00119)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Artistic projects as a socio-educational resource (3101G05046)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy in recreation (3101G05047)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Recreation policies (3101G05048)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

The function of the pedagogue in civic participation and community intervention projects (3101G00121)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Local management of civic participation programmes (3101G00122)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

The juvenile condition (3101G00123)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Educational services and programmes for young people (3101G00124)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Culture, immigration and education (3101G00125)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and interculturality (3101G05054)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Local management of educational services (3101G05055)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Stimulation of educational communities (3101G05056)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Community mediation as an intervention tool (3101G00126)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Mediation techniques and strategies (3101G00127)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Participatory research and action as a pedagogic intervention instrument (3101G00128)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Models of orientation (3101G05060)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Education of trainers (3101G05061)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Education in business (3101G05062)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Professional orientation and attention to diversity (3101G05063)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and occupational help (3101G00129)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and help with employment (3101G00130)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Educational orientation (3101G05066)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Techniques of social and work insertion (3101G05067)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogic advice and consulting (3101G00131)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Education and professional development (3101G05069)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Orientation on skills (3101G05070)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Stimulation of groups in education (3101G05073)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Museum management and direction (3101G05074)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Sports facility management and direction (3101G05075)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Direction and management of third-sector foundations and entities (3101G00134)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Cultural centre management and direction (3101G05077)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and social media (3101G05078)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Production of educational and cultural resources (3101G05080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and publication (3101G05081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

The youth today: new forms of culture and socialisation (3101G05084)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

New contexts to cultural diversity (3101G05085)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Social intervention in family systems (3101G06080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Interviews in social intervention (3101G06081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Didactics and curriculum 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Curriculum design, development and innovation (3101G05019)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

History and policies of education6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Sociology and economics of education (3101G05022)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Educational organisation and management 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Leading and managing centres and projects (3101G00112)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Supervision and educational assessment6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Evaluating centres, programmes and professionals (3101G00113)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Practicum30 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Practicum (3101G05082)

OBCompulsory 30.00 SSemester long YES

Optional modules 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Social intervention in family systems (3101G06080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Interviews in social intervention (3101G06081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Educational research and practice 6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Tools and strategies of educational research (3101G05017)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Supervision and educational assessment6 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Diagnosis and comparison of educational systems (3101G05026)

OBCompulsory 6.00 SSemester long YES

Integrated professional competences 12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

English for pedagogues (3101G05027)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Information and communication technologies (3101G00114)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Presentation of projects (3101G05029)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Ethics and professional deontology (3101G00115)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

Presentation of projects based on neurology (3101G05087)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long YES

English as a resource for understanding the economics of education (3101G05088)

OBCompulsory 3.00 SSemester long No

Bachelor's thesis18.00 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Bachelor's thesis (3101G05083)

OBCompulsory 18.00 SSemester long YES

Optional modules 12 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Social intervention in family systems (3101G06080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Interviews in social intervention (3101G06081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Optional modules + academic recognition36.00 credits

Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2018-2019

Pedagogy and childhood education (3101G05031)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and sociocultural motivation (3101G00116)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and social integration (3101G05033)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Sport as a socio-educational resource (3101G05034)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and work education (3101G05035)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

History of education in Catalonia (3101G05036)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Attention to diversity in secondary education (3101G05037)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Learning difficulties (3101G05038)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogic intervention: family and social environment (3101G00117)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Design and external credit transfer of curricula (3101G05040)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Diagnosis in education (3101G05041)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogic intervention and development disorders (3101G05043)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Pedagogic intervention with teenagers and risky behaviour (3101G00119)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Artistic projects as a socio-educational resource (3101G05046)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy in recreation (3101G05047)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Recreation policies (3101G05048)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

The function of the pedagogue in civic participation and community intervention projects (3101G00121)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Local management of civic participation programmes (3101G00122)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

The juvenile condition (3101G00123)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Educational services and programmes for young people (3101G00124)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Culture, immigration and education (3101G00125)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and interculturality (3101G05054)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Local management of educational services (3101G05055)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Stimulation of educational communities (3101G05056)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Community mediation as an intervention tool (3101G00126)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Mediation techniques and strategies (3101G00127)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Participatory research and action as a pedagogic intervention instrument (3101G00128)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Models of orientation (3101G05060)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Education of trainers (3101G05061)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Education in business (3101G05062)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Professional orientation and attention to diversity (3101G05063)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and occupational help (3101G00129)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and help with employment (3101G00130)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Educational orientation (3101G05066)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Techniques of social and work insertion (3101G05067)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogic advice and consulting (3101G00131)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Education and professional development (3101G05069)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Orientation on skills (3101G05070)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Stimulation of groups in education (3101G05073)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Museum management and direction (3101G05074)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Sports facility management and direction (3101G05075)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Direction and management of third-sector foundations and entities (3101G00134)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Cultural centre management and direction (3101G05077)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and social media (3101G05078)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

Production of educational and cultural resources (3101G05080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Pedagogy and publication (3101G05081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

The youth today: new forms of culture and socialisation (3101G05084)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long YES

New contexts to cultural diversity (3101G05085)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Social intervention in family systems (3101G06080)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

Interviews in social intervention (3101G06081)

OPOptional 3.00 SSemester long No

It is necessary to pass 1 of the following modules

* Level B2 - German
* Level B2 - English
* Level B2 - French
* Level B2 - Italian
* Level C1 - German
* Level C1 - English
* Level C1 - French
* Level C1 - Italian
* Level C1.1 - English
* Level C1.1 - French
* Level C1.1 - German
* Level C2 - German
* Level C2 - English
* Level C2 - French
* Level C2 - Italian

Practical work experience

The practicum is an important pillar in the training of the pedagogy student because it allows them to gain first-hand knowledge of the profession and develop the competences, skills and attitudes required by the work.

It is a subject worth 30 credits that is given in the second semester of the 3rd year of the Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy thereby ensuring the student has already assimilated extensive theoretical knowledge ready to be exploited in practice.

The Bachelor's degree in Pedagogy practicum has been designed to achieve the following objectives:

  • Prepare students for the reality of the profession so that from the moment of entering a centre or institution they can cope with the complexity of educational work. 
  • Establish links between the tertiary education gained and the knowledge to be acquired in the professional sphere in order to gain a deeper, more complex, functional and critical understanding constructed from a reflection on the work and its very practice. 
  • Create observational and analytical processes in relation to the reality of education, so the student can take reasoned decisions. 
  • Acquire and apply professional pedagogical skills within a specific field.
  • Foster job opportunities in educational centres or institutions for students. 

Bachelor's thesis

The bachelor's thesis for the Pedagogy course is compulsory and carries a workload of 18 ECTS credits. It is performed in the second semester of the fourth year. It is specifically oriented to assess the attainment of the course’s objectives and the professional and transferable skills imparted by the degree.

It entails the preparation of a monograph, study, project, dissertation or work by the student. It can be directed towards research (a theoretical or historical topic; focused on an actual practice, experience or innovation) or have a professional orientation (formulation of an educational, topical or teaching-learning project; assessment of socio-educational projects, programmes or plans or of educational systems; or dissertation on the application of an educational project, resource or innovations). The student will submit this work and defend it in an oral hearing before an examination committee.

Students will be oriented/advised by a tutor both individually and within a group.

Mobility

Students can complete part of their degree programme abroad through the Erasmus programme, which enables them to carry on their studies whilst undertaking an international exchange with academic value in a European university.

They also have access to grants for placements at Spanish universities and those on other continents, thanks to bilateral agreements, the SICUE programme and the expansion of the Erasmus+ Programme.

Enrolment

Enrolment in the first year

1

View the place allocation results on the University Access Portal

Find out about your options based on the allocation round your place was assigned in (June or September).

2

View the Enrolment fees, and see the Guide to online enrolment to learn about the electronic enrolment system at the UdG.

Check the enrolment dates and times and prepare the documentation you will need to submit, depending on each case.

3

Go to your teaching centre on the day and at the time assigned to you, complete the enrolment form and complete the assisted online enrolment.

The teaching centre will give you instructions on how to get your student identification card.

Reception information sessions
First option students
16 July, 10 am, Sala d’Actes, FEP
Enrolment dates
First preference
16 July, 10.30 am, Class 170, FEP
On appeal in the first round of allocation and by definitive allocation
18 July, from 10 am to 1.30 pm, classroom 170 of the FEP.
Of second round of allocation (in any preference)
26 July, 11 am, classroom 170 of the FEP

27 July, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, Academic Secretary's Office of the FEP (students who were unable to attend on the 26th for major reasons).
For appeals in the second round of allocation and of first reallocation
6 and 7 September, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, Office of the secretary of the FEP.
Second reallocation in June
14 September, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, Office of the secretary of the FEP.
Third reallocation in June
20 September, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, FEP Academic Secretary’s Office.
In September call
27 September, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, FEP Academic Secretary’s Office.
In October enrolment
9 September, from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, FEP Academic Secretary’s Office.

Consult the "Documents you will need to present” section

Start of classes
Start date
17 September 2018
Contact details of the academic secretary's office
Telephone
972 41 83 20
Email
secacademica.fep@udg.edu

Personal documents
  • Original and photocopy of your valid ID document :

    • Students from EU countriesUnited Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Andorra: National ID document, document showing country of origin or passport.
    • Non-EU foreign national students: TIE (Foreign national ID card). If you do not have a TIE yet, you should take your passport and a copy of the TIE application (containing the NIE). There is a three month period in which to present the foreign national ID card, starting from the enrolment date.
  • Receipts of allowances or exemptions, in accordance with section 1.1.3 of the Enrolment regulations.
Documents accrediting access to the university
  • Students who have sat the university entrance exam (PAU) and similar tests: documentation is not required. (*)
  • Students from CFGS or FP-2 or MP-3 and similar: documentation is not required. (*)
  • Students who have passed the entrance exam for over 25s, 40s or 45s: documentation is not required. (*)
  • Students with a university degree (except UdG graduates): original and photocopy of the certificate or of the provisional degree certificate.
  • Students who have been enrolled at other university centres (academic record transfer): check that they have paid the academic record transfer fees to the university of origin. (**)

(*) The University does not require any documentation to be presented as this information is confirmed by the University Access Office. It is recommended that students who have sat the university entrance examinations, download the supporting documents in the year in which they pass the exam, as this stops being accessible on 31 December. In the event that students do not download it by the deadline, they will have to request a certificate from the UdG Access Section and pay the corresponding fee.

(**) Students that request academic recognition must also present the following documentation: academic certificate issued by the university of origin showing the subjects studied and the qualifications obtained; programmes of the subjects passed (with the official stamp of the university of origin) and curriculum for recognition purposes (stamped by the university of origin).

Enrolment documents
  • Enrolment application form where required, (provided by the teaching centre).
  • If you are not the holder of the bank account that the enrolment fee will be debited from, communication/modification of bank details form (available on the Forms page) and photocopy of the identity document of the account holder.

All the documentation will have to be presented at the academic secretary's office of the teaching institution before 19 November 2018.

Online enrolment

Online enrolment is the University of Girona's electronic enrolment system where enrolment is carried out via the internet, and is available for most study programmes.