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Changing group



When the basic and compulsory subjects of a group are full only in justified cases can applications be made to change groups.

Applications accepted in justified cases are for work or medical reasons.

Applications for the academic year 2020/2021 can be submitted until 20 September 2018 by emailing to secretaria.dretieconomiques@udg.edu . The work contract and work-life report should be attached, and a detailed explanation given of the subjects and group to which the application relates.

Outside this period applications will only be accepted when the cause has originated at a later date.

Documentation that must be attached to the email:


Work contract and updated employment history document.

Detailed explanation of the subjects and group you wanted to change to.

* You must request the employment history document by internet and there is an option to receive it instantly by email. The link is:


Medical treatment:

Medical certificate showing the treatment and the timetable.

The application must be made a decision is made later. 

Group changes for transport reasons will not be accepted.
Regarding optional modules, once spaces are filled, no more will be offered.

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