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Procedures

Information about academic and administrative procedures

The UdG makes a series of electronic procedures available to students. These can be accessed via the "La meva UdG” intranet.

The catalogue of electronic procedures, which are conducted entirely online, is gradually being broadened to cover as many academic and administrative procedures as possible. At present, in the section on procedures relating to each student's academic record you can ask for: the cancellation of a call for a subject, the cancellation of the entire enrolment, a Grade Certificate (CAP), a replacement copy of the Degree Certificate, communicate and/or amend banking information, preparation of the documentation for legalisation, recognised credit transfer, degree and Diploma Supplement certificates and/or an electronic copy, for a qualification to be processed by a consulate or an embassy.

For the procedures that are not yet available digitally, you may have to enquire at the Faculty as to how the procedure is carried out and to follow the explanatory models.

More information on electronic procedures

Formalities specific to the Area of Law and Economics Studies

Are you a student from a different university or faculty, or even from this faculty, but you wish to change your degree? Do you think that between your degree course and the one you wish to access you will have a total of at least 30 validated credits at the time of applying?

If so, you can request a direct transfer. 

For the academic year 2020/2021 we are offering two places for each of the bachelor's degrees at the Faculty (Political and Administration Science - Criminology - Law) for students coming from Spanish studies and two places for students of foreign studies. No places are offered on the dual bachelor's degrees.

The period for requesting this transfer is from 1 to 15 May 2020.

The applications and corresponding documents will be presented online through a specific form you will find, together with the procedure, on the following link; 

https://www.udg.edu/ca/estudia/Tramits-normatives-i-preus/Normatives/Acces-a-graus-amb-minim-de-30-credits-reconeguts

The individuals concerned will be informed of the decision made on admitted and rejected applications on 15 June by the latest. 

Are you a bachelor's-degree student at the Faculty and you would like to change your studies at the Faculty? 

If that is the case, you can request a change of study. This is a transfer among bachelor's degree studies with common curriculum sharing at least 30 credits in the first year. Students have to have obtain all the first year’s credits shared by both studies.

For the 2020/2021 academic year we offer:

Places: Two for each of the bachelor's degrees at the Faculty (Political and Administration Sciences - Criminology - Law). No places are offered on the dual bachelor's degrees.

Period for submitting your application and documents: 15 to 26 June.

The applications will be submitted online through the academic record's procedures. You will need go to the "La meva UdG” academic record, look for the Procedures section and search the "Change study" section, and follow the instructions.

All decisions on accepted or rejected applications, which will be made once the proceedings have ended, will be published together. Applicants will not be notified individually, so anyone interested in the results will have to check them directly. The resolution will be published on 8 July on the Faculty's intranet (La meva UdG news).

If the resolution is positive, the Academic Secretary's Office will proceed to close the outgoing report and open the one for the new degree so that enrolment can be carried out correctly during the corresponding period. The academic fees in force will apply for the record transfer, studying the academic record (where appropriate) and enrolment of recognised credits.

Are you enrolled on a dual bachelor's degree and you want to drop one of the two subjects? 

Dual bachelor's degree students who wish to change to one of the single subject degrees that comprise the dual degree need only submit an application and one of the two subjects will be officially dropped.

Application period and documentation to be submitted: 15 to 26 June.

All you need do is submit the application, which you will find attached, duly filled in and signed.

To submit it you will need to go to the Your Academic Record's Procedures section and look for the procedure entitled "Application to the administration"; once inside choose "Others" and there you will be able to attach your application to drop the dual degree.

Before you enrol, the dual-degree academic record will close and the single-subject bachelor's degree you wish to continue will open, which you can now enrol on.

Students who need just one more subject to graduate, apart from the bachelor's thesis, and who fulfil the requirements laid out in the Regulations governing assessment procedures and grading students can request curricular assessment or compensation for the subject to be shown as passed on their academic record.

Who can make this request?

Students who fulfil the following requirements:

  • Having only one subject pending, apart from the TFG/TFM.
  • The subject for which compensation is requested must represent fewer than or equal to 9 credits.
  • The last mark in that subject must be 4 or more.
  • The subject must be enrolled on and graded within the same year academic year in which compensation is requested.
  • In order to request compensation, the student must have enrolled on the bachelor's or master's thesis.

Documentation to submit:

Students who know the definitive grade (the exam record must already be closed) can start the procedure.

You will need to submit your application, which you will find attached, duly filled in and signed.

To submit it you will need to go to the Your Academic Record's Procedures section and look for the procedure entitled "Application to the administration"; once inside choose "Assessment and qualification" and there you will be able to attach your curricular-assessment application.

Resolution and notification:

Notifications of the resolutions are sent by email via La Meva UdG.

Students receive an email warning that they have received a notification. The notification must be accepted to be able to read its content and know the outcome of the resolution. If the response is positive, the Academic Office of the Secretary will proceed to incorporate the Compensated grade into the student’s academic record with a numeric value of 5. If the degree is completed with this compensation, the Academic Office of the Secretary will proceed with officially revising the academic record for the degree (see the corresponding procedure).

Article 3.2 of the Academic progress regulations in bachelor's degree studies specifies that students have three examination calls in which to pass each subject.

Article 3.2 of the Academic progress regulations in university master's degree studies at the University of Girona specifies that master's-degree students have two exam sessions for passing each subject.

If a student does not pass the subject in the available examination calls, they are able to request a final discretionary call.

To this effect, once the official records for each examination session have closed, an e-mail will be sent to all the affected students with the request application.

You will need to submit your application, which you will find attached, duly filled in and signed.

To submit it you will need to go to the Your Academic Record's Procedures section and look for the procedure entitled "Application to the administration"; once inside choose "Discretionary Re-Sit", where you will be able to attach your application.

The decision will be sent electronically.

Students will not be able to complete enrolment until they have received the decision.

When a basic and compulsory subject group is full, only in justified cases can a change of group be requested. Regarding the optional ones when they fill squares are not broadened.

Application submission deadline: applications can be submitted until (pending approval) 

For group changes, the Faculty of Law Regulations on changing group for an enrolled subject, approved by Governing Committee 4/2019 of 13.06.2019, will apply.