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Recognised academic transfer credits

in bachelor's degree studies

Bachelor's degree study plans include up to 6 credits of academic recognition. These credits be can covered in several ways:

  1. Taking extra options on top of your own study plans.
  2. Taking part in university activities in the sphere of culture, sport, student representation, solidarity or cooperation, organised by the UdG (general).
  3. Taking part in university activities in the sphere of culture, sport, student representation, solidarity or cooperation, organised by the UdG (specific).

 

The Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences proposes recognising credits for the activities described below. These activities are aimed solely at students belonging to the Faculty.

For each activity a name, a description, the duration, the credits and some important observations are proposed. As the activities come to be planned, the enrolment opening will be announced in "La meva UdG” News.

Once the student has carried out the activity and it has been recognised, the Secretary's Office, following the administrative calendar, will enter the recognition in the student record if the student wishes it to go towards the 6 credits they have in this area.

Activities carried out in the first semester will be entered in the second half of March and those that finish in the second semester will be entered in the second half of June.

INTERNACIONAL SUPPORT – “BUDDY SCHEME”

Description: Welcome for the Faculty's international students. Each academic year up to a total of three editions can be carried out with right to recognition if necessary.

Duration: Annual.           Credits: 2 ECTS for each edition in which the student participates.

Observations: A procedure will be designed to monitor the buddying activity the student carries out of the course of the academic year. Each international student will complete a satisfaction survey at the end of the period, which will be used to decide whether or not to recognise the credits.

Information: ori.economiques@udg.edu 

INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS FOR ECONOMISTS: EUROWEEK, ETAP, INTERNATIONAL EVENT, INTERNATIONAL WEEK OR OTHER EQUIVALENT NETWORKS

Description: Organisation and participation in international networks for economists. Students may participate in two editions with right to recognition if necessary.

Duration: Annual.Credits: 3 ECTS for each edition in which the student participates.

Observations: The students, in groups, will take part in these networks carrying out an unpublished study or business improvement project, always in accordance with the subject matter determined by the network and under the direction of a teacher. They will also be responsible for the organisation.

Information: ori.economiques@udg.edu 

ECONOMISTS WITHOUT BORDERS

Description: Economists without borders is the series of activities carried out by the students of the FCEE directed at actions that promote economic transformation in more deprived countries, and are in favour of peace, equality, human development and environmental sustainability.

Duration: minimum 1 week.     

Credits: 1.5 ECTS for each edition in which the student participates.

 

FACULTY LECTURES, PROFESSIONALISING CONFERENCES

Description: Organisation and participation in lecture or day-event cycles on economics and business issues.

DAY EVENTS AND LECTURES:

  • Autumn Seminars on Economics and Business. Aimed mainly at 3rd and 4th year students. If the student already did the activity in previous years, they will not be able to get a recognition for doing it again. Entitles students to 3 recognised credits if they attend the five sessions scheduled and their home work has been done. This is a first-semester activity.  
  • Spring Seminars on Economics and Business.If the student already did the activity in previous years, they will not be able to get a recognition for doing it again. They will be held in the second semester. Entitles students to 3 recognised credits. 
  • Day events or talks at the Economics Faculty. Attendance at three day events (such as Economist Day Events, Auditor for a day etc.) or at five talks, which the Faculty considers to be of interest and which are duly communicated will entitle students to 3 recognised credits.

Duration: described in each activity.   Credits: up to 3 ECTS that will be specified in each activity advertised.

 

STOCK-EXCHANGE ACTIVITIES OR OTHER BUSINESS-SIMULATION GAMES (FUTURES GAME, STOCK-EXCHANGE COMPETITION, BUSINESS SIMULATION)

Description: Participation in stock exchange simulation game or other business simulation games.

Duration: 1 semester.Credits: up to 2 ECTS that will be specified in each activity advertised.

STOCK MARKET ACTIVITIES:

  • Stock-exchange course and competition Virtual stock exchange game designed by Renta 4 for learning how to invest in the stock exchange in a fun and easy way. If the student already did the activity in previous years, they will not be able to get a recognition for doing it again. This is a first-semester activity. The possibility of holding an edition in the second semester will also be assessed. Entitles students to 2 recognised credits. It will cost €40.
  • Futures course and competition (3100RA0627) This course consists of a theory part and a practice part with a futures simulator. It is a completely practical course that introduces students to the futures market. The aim is to familiarise participants with the derivative financial instruments and markets for learning in a practical way, how to invest in futures and to gain an understanding of their use and risks. If the student already did the activity in previous years, they will not be able to get a recognition for doing it again. It will be carried out in the second semester. Entitles students to 2 recognised credits. It costs €40.

BUSINESS-SIMULATION GAME ACTIVITIES: 

  • ONEService simulation game. For 2nd and 3rd year students. Students have the possibility of participating in a business simulation game. They participate in teams and work via a web platform. It will be carried out in the second semester. Entitles students to 3 recognised credits. Free activity. You will find the programme at the end of the page.
  • CHALLENGE/FIRM global simulation game (wintowin partners). For 4th year students on the ADE, CiF and ECO bachelor's degree programmes. Students have the possibility of participating in a business simulation game. They participate in teams and work via a web platform.Entitles students to 3 recognised credits. Free activity. 
  • Bugamap simulation game. For 3rd- and 4th-year students. It offers students the possibility of participating in a insurance-company simulation game. Entitles students to 3 recognised credits. Free activity.

Observations: Students must comply with all the conditions of participation and rules that are stipulated in the terms and conditions of the game.

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES IN THE FACULTY:

Description: Students may be called upon to provide support for conferences and other activities that may be organised by the Faculty. For example: JPO support, Teaching Room, Expo Young Gi.

Duration: described in each activity.Credits: to be specified in each activity advertised.

Observations: Fulfilling all the requirements of the activity.

TUTORIAL ACTION PLAN (PAT)

Description: PAT is a series of actions, the main objective of which is to guide students in their learning process and to improve their skills in some general competences.Hence the arrangement of initiatives in two blocks: the first specifically for first-year and the second for fourth-year bachelor's degree students.

  • The whole series of 1st year PAT activities passed.

Duration: Annual Credits:3   

  • The whole series from 2nd to 4th year PAT activities passed.

Duration: 3 courses  Credits:3  

Consult all the PAT regulations

EXTRAORDINARY RECOGNISED CREDIT TRANSFER ACTIVITIES FOR VOLUNTEER WORK 

  • Volunteering for Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has impacted Europe. A call has been made to the students of the faculty to volunteer to help the refugees who arrive in Girona. They will collaborate with the Red Cross and other non-profit organisations
    in various tasks that demonstrate a social commitment.As recognition of this voluntary action among the students of the faculty, up to 6 credits will be awarded to students who do the equivalent number of hours of voluntary work (1 credit=25 hours of voluntary work). The student must present a document issued by the organisation stating the number of hours worked.

 

  • Volunteering for Covid. The state of emergency declared on 14 March 2020 due to COVID-19 shaken up the entire world. During this period, students from our faculty have been volunteering to help ensure the supply of emergency goods and basic services. For example, collaborations with: hospitals, social services, care of the elderly, non-profit organisations, carrying out multiple tasks that highlight their social commitment. As recognition of this voluntary action among the students of the faculty, up to 6 credits will be awarded to students who do the equivalent number of hours of voluntary work (1 credit=25 hours of voluntary work). The student must present a document issued by the organisation stating the number of hours worked. 

 

 

 

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