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14 February 2017
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Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
There are specific situations in official teaching that enable exemptions to or allowances for enrolment fees. To apply for this, the circumstances giving right to the deduction must be accredited.
Generally speaking, to enjoy fee allowances or exemptions you will need to produce the requisite documents before your register. You, the students of new access, have to follow the specific instructions that you will receive about the documentation to bring.
The proved conditions have to be valid in the moment that the enrolment is made. If the condition has been accredited in previous academic years and is still valid on the start date of the academic year (see the academic calendar), there will be need to produce any documents.
If your documents are currently being processed or pending renewal, you will not be eligible for the enrolment discount, but submissions of updated documents will be accepted up to 31 December for subsequently regularising your situation.
Before you register, review the self-enrolment’s "Grants and allowances" tab. If you are entitled to any discounts that do not appear accredited, you will have the option to start the accreditation procedure by clicking on the corresponding "Apply” button and attaching scanned copies of the requisite documents.
In the affiliated centres, allowances apply to the prices that students pay the UdG for, as academic tutoring (in accordance with the Article 2(3) of the decree on prices).
Some fees linked to enrolment are mandatory and not subject to allowances: online educational and administrative services (€70), school insurance (€1.12, only for people under the age of 28) and accident insurance (€6.65, only for people over the age of 28).
The MEFP’s general scholarships exempt students from having to pay 100% of their academic enrolment fees in credits enrolled on for the first time.
Affiliated centres exempt students from having to pay the prices required by the UdG, as academic tutoring (in accordance with the Article 2(3) of the Decree on Prices). Where grants are awarded, the remaining amount will be refunded to students once the UdG receives it from the MEFP/AGAUR. The enrolment scholarship is for the amount established in the article 10(2) of the Decree on Prices.
If you have applied for the MEFP general scholarship and meet the academic requirements established in the call for applications, you can apply directly for the exemption from payment (enrolment conditional on the resolution of the scholarship).
If during the previous academic year you benefited from the general MEFP scholarship in another autonomous community, you must visit the academic office of the secretary with the documentation proof.
You must enrol for a number of credits equal to, or higher than, the minimum number of credits required by the call for applications (30 credits), unless you are in your final year. In this case, you must enrol for all the remaining credits required to complete your bachelor's or master's degree, including academic recognition credits.
If you request scholarship and resort to the exemption of payment for this concept, in case later they deny you the scholarship you will be able to pay the amount of enrolment in the indicated deadlines, either you cancel the enrolment in the deadline that it will be indicated in the notification, or resort to some other type of allowance or exemption whenever you have presented the crediting documentation in the established deadlines.
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If the large-family certificate is valid at the time of the enrolment, the university will have a record of it and no documents will therefore have to be produced.
If the certificate is still valid when the enrolment is formalised but expires before the start date of the academic activity (see the academic calendar), the student will have to produce a renewed certificate before the 31 December.
If the certificate is still being processing or renewed, you can ask for the corresponding price allowance or exemption if you produce a supporting document issued by a competent body that confirms this. The effects are calculated from the certificate’s recognition or renewal application submission (therefore, before the date it is sent). The renewed certificate must be presented before 31 December. If you do not make it like this, the University will require you the payment of the complete amount of the enrolment.
One of the following documents will have to be provided on the data of the enrolment’s formalisation:
One of the following supporting documents confirming the status of victim of domestic gender violence will have to be provided on the data of the enrolment’s formalisation:
If an allowance is requested on behalf of a child of a victim of domestic violence, the family book must also be attached to the document.
Supporting documents confirming the status of victim of domestic gender violence have the following validity:
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