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Academic record transfer of studies with a minimum of 30 recognised credits

(studies started at the UdG or in another Spanish university)

The condition that the students that they have initiated have to fulfil its studies in another university or in another study, if it is in the UdG, it is that they have a minimum of 30 credits recognised among the study of which they come and the study which they want to access. In case they do not fulfil the condition they will have to access the studies of which he treats itself through university pre-enrolment .

The regulations governing students’ access to bachelor's degree studies where they meet the condition in the previous paragraph are the Regulations for access to the bachelor's degree studies with a minimum of 30 recognised credits , as approved by the Governing Council in session nº. 5/10, of 3 June 2010 (eBOU-6), and modified by the Governing Council in sessions no. 6/10, of 15 July 2010 (eBOU-24); no. 10/11, of 22 December 2011 (eBOU-291), no. 4/2014, of 29 May 2014 (eBOU-647) and no. 3/2017, of 4 April 2017 (e-BOU985).

For the academic year 2021/2021, the Higher Polytechnic School will be offering two places for each of the bachelor's degrees it teaches, except for dual bachelor's degrees, for which none are offered:

  • Dual Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering / Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Management
  • Dual Bachelor's Degree in Industrial and Automatic Electronic Engineering/ Degree in Electrical Engineering

The submission period for applications will be from 15 to 30 April.

Els interessats en aquest tipus d'accés que compleixin els requisits podran formalitzar la sol·licitud i aportar la documentació que detalla l’article 4 de l’esmentada normativa.

Should the number of applications submitted that exceed the minimum requirement of 30 credits be the same or lower than the number of places specifically offered on the degree they want to access, all applicants will be given a place.

Should the opposite occur, once the academic records of the applicants have been scaled, the number of places assigned will be equal to that of the places offered, and applicants who have not been assigned a place will be put on a waiting list in the order established during the scaling process for if one of those assigned a place decides not to enrol.

The allocation of places will be made public on the last working day of May at the latest, via the UdG's e-office, , and all interested parties will be notified.

For further information contact infoacademica.eps@udg.edu .

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