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Enrolment for 2023-2024

Students enrolled in previous years of the course


This page’s contents

2- Secretary’s Office contact details

3- Enrolment calendar

4- Place of enrolment and general information

5- How the online enrolment programme works

6- Places in subject groups and group changes

7- Failed subjects and option changes

8- Options markets: information session

9- Placements in companies

10- Bachelor’s thesis

11- Start of classes and collection of folders


Secretary’s Office contact details

Staff at the secretary’s office will answer any doubts you may have by e-mail at secretaria.dretieconomiques@udg.edu.



Enrolment calendar

The online enrolment program will open at intervals depending on the degree and the number of credits on the academic record pending approval.

It will be open, for everybody, up to and including 28 July at 12 midnight.

It will open depending on the status of the student’s academic record: When a student’s academic record is definitively closed, in the enrolment section it will say when they can enrol, according to the following timetables:

Dual bachelor's degree (Company Administration and Management/Law- Company Administration and Management/Economics - Economics/Philosopy) the online enrolment period will open on 10 July at 12 noon

Business Administration and Management and Economics

  1. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining for completing their degree, the online enrolment program will be open from 12 July at 11 am to 28 July at 12 midnight.
  2. For students who have 165 or fewer credits remaining to complete their degree, the online enrolment program will be open from 18 July at 1 pm to 28 July at 12 midnight.
  3. For all other students the online enrolment programme will be open from 20 July at 10 am to 28 July at 12 midnight.

Accounting and Finance

  1. For students who have 75 or fewer credits remaining for completing their degree, the online enrolment programme will be open from 11 July at 12 noon to 28 July at 12 midnight.
  2. For students who have 165 or fewer credits remaining for completing their degree, the online enrolment program will be open from 13 July at 11 am to 28 July at 12 midnight.
  3. For all other students the online enrolment program will be open from 20 July at 12 midnight to 28 July at 12 midnight.



Place of enrolment and general information



Students previously enrolled in the same course at the University of Girona can complete online enrolment:

  • From any computer with internet connection (from 08.00 to 01.00)

Enrolment cannot be done at the weekends or on university holidays.



All the information required for enrolment can be found on the website, or in the the student handbook.You will also find timetables, academic and administrative calendars, the examination session calendar, a guide to the subjects on offer and their programmes, and so on.

Before entering the online enrolment program, we recommend that you consult the timetables and have a draft version of the subjects you would like and the subject group to save time. It is also a good idea to prepare some alternatives in case the groups you requested are full.

Remember, you can enrol for a minimum of 24 credits and a maximum of 75 credits (with the exceptions provided for in the regulations).

It is important at the end of the enrolment to check and verify you are enrolled on what you wanted to study. You have until 1 am in the morning of the day you enrolled on to make your changes, after which your enrolment becomes final; changes may not be made outside the established period on the administrative calendar and for justified reasons.


Your bank domicile is required, otherwise the program will not let you continue. There are several payment methods to choose from:

In one single payment or in instalments (whenever the minimum academic fee is greater than €200). The final amount is the same as it would be in a single payment (no interest is charged) and it can be divided into two or three instalments or a monthly payment (payments are made on the 5th of every month and the last payment will be taken on 5 May).

You can consult the receipts’ payment deadlines.

Information on Allowances and loans and Scholarships.



How the online enrolment programme works

To enrol, access the online enrolment program from La Meva UdG (La meva UdG) and follow the instructions on each screen.Please see the Online Enrolment Guide. In summary, online enrolment is a very simple application based on different steps:

  • Identification.
  • Beginning of enrolment.
  • Personal details screen (date and place of birth and confirmation of whether or not you authorise sharing of your address and other details).
  • Selecting the course modules you would like to enrol on by marking them and checking that they appear in the bottom border. If you would like to delete any, you should mark them in the bottom border and they will disappear.
  • Make the relevant group changes (students can only choose the group if there are spaces)
  • Tick the enrolment conditions, optional services, add your IBAN account number and payment number. If you change the number of the bank account number (IBAN) and you are not its holder or joint holder, you will need carry out the online Bank Details communication or amendment procedure and attach a copy of the account holder’s DNI (national identity document). To access it you will have to enter your academic record, the Procedures tab and follow the application's instructions.
  • Check payment and confirm enrolment.
  • Print the page if you would like a copy of your enrolment.
  • Exit.



Places in subject groups and group changes

For optional subjects, once they are full it is not possible to increase the group size, you’ll have to choose other optional subjects.

For compulsory subjects, group places will be assigned according to students’ order of enrolment. When the places offered have been filled, enrolment for that subject group will be closed and another will have to be chosen. Students must attend classes in the group in which they are enrolled.

In justified cases, such as having a job, you can ask to change groups for compulsory subjects. Applications for changes of group can be made up to 7 work days as from the day following the start of the academic year. See the procedure to change group.


Failed subjects and option changes

Do I have to enrol on all basic and compulsory subjects?

The Enrolment regulations state that "To continue their education, students must enrol each year for all subjects or modules not passed in previous years”.

On agreement of the Governing Council, however, you are allowed not to compulsorily enrol for all credits not passed the previous year. You do not therefore need to enrol on all failed, no-show or cancelled compulsory subjects, but if you do not enrol on them all you will not be allowed to add new compulsory subjects.

Can I change a failed optional subject?

“According to the agreement of the Authorised Committee of Teaching and Students of the Governing Council, in session 1/2013, students may change optional subjects. All subjects in a block that do not all have to be completed compulsorily are considered optional. The new subject must be in line with the enrolment and course guidelines relating to the swapped subject.”

This agreement means that you do not need to enrol on a failed, no-show or cancelled optional subject again, you can change it. If you do change it, the academic and financial effects remain in place. The new subject will count as being the second time you have enrolled and the second module (in the event that the module has not been cancelled).

How do I swap one optional subject for another during enrolment?

If you add a new optional subject, you must say that you would like to complete that subject instead of the failed one. In step 3 of the enrolment program, add the optional subject that you would like to take, together with the other subjects you would like to enrol on. In step 4, when you are asked for the subject group, you can also ask that this new subject replace the failed subject. Below the new subject there is a drop-down menu where you can say which subject you are swapping it with.


Options markets: information session



 Instructions to take into account when enrolling for company work placements

The subject Company work placements is an optional subject worth 12 credits, which is taken in the first or second semester, primarily during the final years of a bachelor's degree. To be able to do a placement you need to have optional or recognised academic credits still pending. These do not need to be exactly 12 credits and optional credits (OP) and recognised academic credits (RA) can be combined. If, for example, a student only has 2 RA credits left, they can register for the work placement, as can those students who have just 6 OP credits pending, or those who have 6 OP and 4 RA... any combination is valid provided there are still some OP credits and/or RA credits pending; but anyway, the subject carries an academic and economic value of 12 credits.

Enrolment.There are three options when enrolling for placements:

1. With prior authorisation, which is the option we're proposing here. This is the main means of enrolment. Students who are currently pre-enrolled can register for the placement in July.

2. All other students can register for the placements when they secure a place. In this case, if any changes need to be made to subjects, this can be done provided the subjects we have to drop have no generated records.

3. Students who wish to request recognition of a professional activity to have all the credits for finishing their degree should submit their application along with the required documentation within the established period.They will have to contact the Work Placement office in advance (practiquesempresa.economiques@udg.edu) .

Students who have finished their degree and need to register all the credits to do their Bachelor's thesis (TFG) and the credits to obtain the Bachelor's degree or grant, must enrol on all the optional credits needed in July, which can then be replaced when they are assigned a Work Placement, provided that the certificates for these optional subjects have not been generated.

Instead, optional credits will be exchanged for placements once the student selection period has ended and a place obtained for the placement.

Finally, it should be noted that if placements take place during the summer, the credits will not be included in the maximum of 75 that can be enrolled according to the Academic Progress Regulations. In this case this maximum can be exceeded but if you want to do them in the summer we will be able to register them without any problem once they have been awarded. 

More information


Bachelor’s thesis

All students who enrol on all subjects that they have pending to finish their degree can enrol on the bachelor's thesis module.

You must enrol in the July enrolment period. No enrolment extensions are accepted when enrolling for the bachelor's thesis.

There is a single enrolment group, group A, with final submission in May/June.

If a student has the option to finish in February, in other words if all the subjects they enrol on are in the first semester, or if they are going to request an extraordinary examination session and they also want to submit their thesis in February, they will have to request an extraordinary examination session in the period shown in the administrative calendar (see the corresponding procedure). You should bear in mind that, like for any subject for which an extraordinary examination session is requested, you cannot withdraw the request once you have made it. ACCOUNT: the enrolment, in all cases, has to be made in July.


Beginning of the classes and folder collection

COMMENCEMENT OF CLASSES: Monday, 12 September 2023.

Collecting your folder: A new feature will be added to "La meva" before the start of the year on how you can collect your folder.


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