Faculty of Law

Enrolment 2019-2020

Students enrolled in previous years of the course

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Enrolment calendar

The online enrolment program will open at intervals depending on the degree and the number of credits on the academic record pending approval.

It will be open, for everybody, up to and including 30 July.

It will open depending on the status of the student’s academic record: When a student’s academic record is definitively closed, in the enrolment section it will say when they can enrol, according to the following timetables:

Criminology and Political and Administration Sciences

  1. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 165 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 9 July at 8 am until 30 July.
  2. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 165 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or lower, the online enrolment program will be open from 11 July at 12 am until 30 July.
  3. For students who have 150 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 90 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 15 July at 8 am until 30 July.
  4. For students who have 150 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 90 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or less, the online enrolment program will be open from 17 July at 12 am until 30 July.
  5. For all other students who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 22 July at 8 am until 30 July.
  6. For all other students who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or less, the online enrolment program will be open from 24 July at 8 am until 30 July.

Law

The online enrolment program will open according to the student’s transcript status:

  1. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 165 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 10 July at 8 am until 30 July.
  2. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 165 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or less, the online enrolment program will be open from 12 July at 10 am until 30 July.
  3. For students who have 150 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 90 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 15 July at 12 am until 30 July.
  4. For students who have 150 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree (they have passed 90 credits or more) and who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or less, the online enrolment program will be open from 18 July at 8 am until 30 July.
  5. For all other students who have an average transcript mark of 7 or more, the online enrolment program will be open from 22 July at 12 am until 30 July.
  6. For all other students who have an average transcript mark of 6.9 or less, the online enrolment program will be open from 23 July at 10 am until 30 July.

Dual degrees (Law/Criminology - Law/Political and Administration Sciences - Law/Accounting and Finance)

For dual bachelor's degrees, the online enrolment program will be open from 9 July at 8 am until 30 July. 

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Place of enrolment

Students previously enrolled in the same course at the University of Girona can complete online enrolment:

  1. From any device with an internet connection (from 8 am to 1 am).
  2. The Faculty’s computer classrooms provided so long as no new students are enrolling (from 9 am to 6.30 pm).

Enrolment cannot be done at the weekends or on university holidays.

Staff at the secretary’s office will answer any doubts you may have by e-mail at secretaria.dretieconomiques@udg.edu.

We can also answer questions over the phone on +34 972 41 81 20 from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm (the phone line will not be staffed in July), or in person if you come to the Faculty.

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Information required

  • All the information required for enrolment can be found on the website, or in the the student handbook. You will also find timetables, academic and administrative calendars, exam timetables, a guide to the subjects on offer and the programme...
  • Before entering the online enrolment program, we recommend that you consult the timetables and have a draft version of the subjects you would like and the subject group to save time. It is also a good idea to prepare some alternatives in case the groups you requested are full.
  • To enrol, access the online enrolment program from La Meva UdG (La meva UdG) and follow the instructions on each screen. 
  • Remember, you can enrol for a minimum of 24 credits and a maximum of 75 credits.
  • After completing enrolment, you should check and make sure that you have enrolled for the subjects you wanted, as you can’t make any changes outside the period established in the administrative calendar.
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Relevant information about enrolment

How does the online enrolment program work? Please see the Online Enrolment Guide. In summary, online enrolment is a very simple application based on different steps:

  • Identification.
  • Beginning of enrolment.
  • Personal details screen (date and place of birth and confirmation of whether or not you authorise sharing of your address and other details).
  • Selecting the course modules you would like to enrol on by marking them and checking that they appear in the bottom border. If you would like to delete any, you should mark them in the bottom border and they will disappear.
  • Make the relevant group changes (students can only choose the group if there are spaces)
  • Tick the enrolment conditions, optional services, add your IBAN account number and payment number. If your bank account number (IBAN) changes and you are not the holder or joint holder of the account, you will need to send the Secretary’s Office, a duly filled in bank details communication/change form, attaching a copy of your DNI (national identity document) or that of the bank account holder.
  • Check payment and confirm enrolment.
  • Print the page if you would like a copy of your enrolment.
  • Exit.

Places in subject groups

For optional subjects, once they are full it is not possible to increase the group size, you’ll have to choose other optional subjects.

For compulsory subjects, group places will be assigned according to students’ order of enrolment. When the places offered have been filled, enrolment for that subject group will be closed and another will have to be chosen. Students must attend classes in the group in which they are enrolled.

For compulsory subjects, you can request to change group. You can request a group change until 20.09.2019. The Faculty of Law Regulations on changing group for an enrolled subject, approved by Governing Committee 4/2019 of 13.06.2019, will apply. 

Paying enrolment fees

Your bank domicile is required, otherwise the program will not let you continue. There are several payment methods to choose from:

In one single payment or in instalments (whenever the minimum academic fee is greater than €200). The final amount is the same as it would be in a single payment (no interest is charged) and it can be divided into two or three instalments or a monthly payment (payments are made on the 5th of every month and the last payment will be taken on 5 May).

You can consult the university’s payment terms for payments received

An AGAUR credit can also be selected

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Relevant information on subjects

Do I have to enrol on all basic and compulsory subjects?

The Enrolment Guidelinesstate: "In order to continue their education, students must enrol each year on all subjects or modules not passed in previous years”. 

On agreement of the Governing Council, however, you are allowed not to compulsorily enrol for all credits not passed the previous year. You do not therefore need to enrol on all failed, no-show or cancelled compulsory subjects, but if you do not enrol on them all you will not be allowed to add new compulsory subjects.

Can I change a failed optional subject?

“According to the agreement of the Authorised Committee of Teaching and Students of the Governing Council, in session 1/2013, students may change optional subjects. All subjects in a block that do not all have to be completed compulsorily are considered optional. The new subject must be in line with the enrolment and course guidelines relating to the swapped subject.”

This agreement means that you do not need to enrol on a failed, no-show or cancelled optional subject again, you can change it. If you do change it, the academic and financial effects remain in place. The new subject will count as being the second time you have enrolled and the second module (in the event that the module has not been cancelled).

How do I swap one optional subject for another during enrolment?

You first need to chose the new optional subject you wish to take and state that you aim to complete it instead of the failed one. In step 3 of the enrolment program, add the optional subject that you would like to take, together with the other subjects you would like to enrol on.And at step 4, when the subject group is requested, you may also ask for the new option to replace replace the one you failed. You will find a drop-down menu below the new subject where you can state the subject being changed.

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Bachelor’s thesis

All students who enrol on all subjects that they have pending to finish their degree can enrol on the bachelor's thesis module.

You should enrol on this module during the July enrolment period. Extensions to enrolment will not be granted if you are wanting to enrol on the bachelor's thesis module.

There is a single enrolment group, group A, with final submission in May/June.

If a student has the option to finish in February, that is, if all the subjects they enrol on are in the first semester or if they are going to request an extraordinary examination session and they also want to submit their thesis in February, they will have to request an extraordinary examination session in the period shown in the administrative calendar (please see “How to bring your exams forward to finish your course” in this document. You should bear in mind that, the same as any subject for which an extraordinary examination session is requested, you cannot withdraw the request once you have made it) PLEASE NOTE: in all cases, enrolment should be completed in July.

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Start of classes and collection of folders

BEGINNING OF CLASSES: Thursday the 12th September 2019.

The folder will be shared from 17 September on, in the following order:

17 September students whose first surname begins with a letter between A and F

18 September students whose first surname begins with a letter between G and M

19 September students whose first surname begins with a letter between N and R

20 September students whose first surname begins with a letter between S and Z

Students who have not collected their folder on their allocated day can do so from 23 September on.