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Enrolment for students previously registered in the same bachelor's degree course



Enrolment periods for 2023-24, from 10 to 21 July

The enrolment program will be staggered according to academic progress and the number of credits still to be passed.

  • GETI/ADE dual bachelor’s degree: from Monday 10 July at 12 noon to Friday 21 July.

  • Everything passed in the first exam session: from Tuesday 11 July at 10 am to 21 July.

  • ≤ 65 pending credits: from Tuesday 11 July at 3 pm to Friday 21 July.

  • ≤ 120 pending credits: from Wednesday 12 July at 8 am to Friday 21 July.

  • ≤ 180 pending credits: from Thursday 13 July at 12 noon to Friday 21 July.

  • Other students: from Thursday 13 July at 3 pm to 21 July.

  • Qualifications in September exam session: from Monday 18 September to Wednesday 21 September.



  1. Enrolment is closed on public holidays days and weekends,
  2. If you have more 50% of the study's credits and you wish to enrol on the work placements subject, DO NOT ENROLL on all the optional subjects but register with https://apps.udg.edu/prem/ to find a place. When you have one and sign the corresponding agreement, staff at academic secretary's office will enrol you.
  3. Important: YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED to enrol on optional subjects for the purposes of subsequently changing them with placement subjects. If you enrol on optional subjects you will have to attend them or your examination session. In either case you will have to pay for the subjects you enrolled on.
  4. If you have your internship subject registered for the September exam session, it will count as yet to be passed and the credits will not be considered as passed.
  5. If you have your internship subject registered, pending qualification, you need fewer than 24 credits to complete your bachelor's degree studies and you are unable to enrol, send a mail to infoacademica.eps@udg.edu attaching your completed enrolment application and the academic secretary's office staff will enrol you.

Online enrolment

You can enrol from any computer with an internet connection, Mondays to Fridays, from 8 am to 1 am.



If you are the holder of the account you will have to provide the holder’s authorisation, before you enrol. You will find the document to fill in, sign and upload in the same online procedure called "Bank details communication or amendment”.



Registration for practicals’ groups

You can choose your group via Moodle one week before the start of the course.


Please be aware


You have three exam sessions to pass each of the subjects in (one every year).Being “absent” will count as having attended the exam.

You can prevent your exam session from being counted by requesting its cancellation any time up until the date established in the academic and administrative calendar.


Contact the Academic Secretary's Office

You can email your enquiry during the enrolment period to infoacademica.eps@udg.edu and attach screenshots, where necessary, when you send us your query, which we will attempt to resolve quickly (within a maximum period of 48 hours). You can also phone us on 972 41 84 20.

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