BEFORE LEAVING HOME
IN THE FACULTY ON THE DAY OF THE INFORMATION SESSION AND ENROLMENT
- Collect the enrolment documentation from the Faculty Office.
- Attend the information session.
- Completing the enrolment application.
New intake students have to fill in the enrolment application form. You need to fill in all parts of the form and sign it. This form asks for your international bank account number (IBAN). Make sure you have this before starting enrolment, since the computer program asks for it on the last screen and if you do not have it you will not be able to complete enrolment.
The student should be the account holder of the account provided. If this is not the case, then a completed bank data communication/modification form should be attached with a photocopy of account holder’s ID and submitted at enrolment (this form is sent in the welcome letter).
- Go to the computer room to have your documents checked at the document check desk.
For the first year, online enrolment is carried out in the computer rooms on the ground floor of the Faculty.
You have to wait for your turn to enter the computer room.
When called, proceed to the document check desk, where staff will check and enter them into your record.
Faculty staff will be at the entrance and will ask you to show the documentation needed for your record as well as any documentation justifying any enrolment fee exemptions.
- Go to the computer classrooms to carry out the enrolment.
Only the person in question or the person who has been authorised to carry out the enrolment is permitted inside the classroom.
Enrolment will start with students whose surname starts with the letter Y in accordance with the RESOLUTION PDA/2953/2018 of 13 December, which publishes the result of the public draw to determine the order of applicants in selection processes for the year 2019 of the Government of Catalonia, from which we have taken the result.
You have to wait in the hall of the computer classrooms until you are called in to carry out the enrolment.
Once the documents have been reviewed you will enter the computer classroom and carry out the enrolment online.
Check your details are correct; especially the box relating to whether or not you allow your address to be shared.
It is important to make sure you are enrolled for the subjects and group you want as changes cannot be made outside the established administrative calendar.
In accordance with the regulations of enrolment, only second semester subjects can be changed and during a single period of time in February.
You will only be able to enrol on subjects corresponding to the first two semesters and you will have to provide evidence of at least 30 credits in the first two years in order to be able to continue on your chosen course.
You will find class timetables in the Student Guide or in the class-timetable section of the Faculty's web page: www.udg.edu/fcee - Timetables and Examinations
When a group is full no more students will be admitted (for compulsory subjects another group will be assigned but once optional subjects are full they cannot be expanded). Students have to go to the classes for their assigned group.
For the compulsory subjects students may ask to change groups within the alloted time period and for the justified reasons established. See the terms and conditions in the CHANGING GROUP procedure.
- Collecting the printed enrolment form.
When the enrolment is completed, students need to request for two copies to be printed, one will go in the student file and the other is for the student to keep.
- Go and have your photo taken and collect your student card.
Students who are new to the UdG have to have a photo taken to get a provisional student card as well as a code and password to access the University's personal intranet.
The definitive student card will be sent to your home address.