Access the enrolment program from La meva UdG, go to enrolment and follow the instructions on the different online enrolment screens.
You can consult enrolment guides for the courses via the internet from your academic record.
Information specific to the subjects in which you have to enrol:
You have to enrol for the subjects that you have failed first and new subjects afterwards. 24 credits are the minimum for enrolment.
For returning students, 30 credits are the minimum for enrolment.
If you need a tutorial or have any questions about the subjects you are enrolling for, please contact the master's degree director, Dr Dolors Juvinyà.
Check enrolment. Once the enrolment process has been finalised, you have to verify that all subjects that you have chosen are correct, since modifications cannot be made after the established time period. If you have made a mistake, you can modify your enrolment as many times as necessary the same day and up until 01.00 in the morning.
If you want to apply for a grant. To be able to register as a grantholder you have to have previously completed the online grant application. On the grants webpage you will find the information you need to apply. Once complete, you will receive an email with an identification number and you have to use this to confirm your application.
To be able to conditionally enrol depending on a grant and the corresponding allowances, it is essential that you verify the grant in your record. You will see that there is a tab headed Grants and reductions, where you should see “Yes, it has been verified that you fulfil the economic requirements”.
If the grant call for this academic year 2020-2021 has not been activated, you can do the following:
The enrolment of students who received a grant during academic year 2019-2020 and who fulfil the academic requirements (having passed 80% of the credits enrolled for) should be subject to a grant. If this is not the case, then please get in touch with the office of the secretary of the faculty so that they can activate this for you.
Students who did not receive a grant during academic year 2019-2020 and believe that they fulfil the academic and economic requirements to apply for one can request accreditation in the following link. When you have it, if granted, and AGAUR informs us, your enrolment will go ahead and you will receive an email notification.
Enrolment depending on a grant does not mean that students are exempt from applying for a grant when the MEFP (Ministry of Education and Professional Training) call opens. If this application is not approved the total amount of the enrolment will be charged.
Other students should enrol in the usual way and, when the call for the following year is opened they will be able to apply. In this last case, the type of enrolment will not be changed until the final decision by the MECS is received.
Payment. This must be by direct debit, otherwise the program will not let you continue.
The student enrolling must also be the holder of the bank account used for the direct debit. Otherwise you will need to present the following form and a photocopy of the account holder’s ID at the faculty secretary so they can be validated.
You can choose from four ways to pay:
- In a single payment. This will be charged to your account shortly after enrolment.
- Two payments. This is possible when the total academic fees exceed 200 euros. The first payment (60%) will be charged to your account straight after enrolment and the second (40%) during December 2020.
- Three payments. This is possible when the academic fees exceed 200 euros. The first payment (40%) will be charged to your account straight after enrolment, the second payment (20%) during October and the third payment (40%) during December 2020.
- Monthly payments (maximum 10 monthly payments), whenever the total academic fees exceed 200 euros. The 1st payment will be charged straight after enrolment and the rest on the 5th of every month. The last payment in this case will be on 05/05/2021.
Grantholder students denied a grant can only make partial enrolment payments through the monthly payments remaining until 05/05/2021, since May 2020 is the deadline for the payment of enrolment fees.
The conditions for exemptions or allowances as regards enrolment fees can be found in the enrolment guidelines, as well as details of the supporting documentation you need to present when formalising the process. If you wish to prove your eligibility for allowances or exemptions relating to fees, you must present the relevant documentation to the Academic Secretary's Office before enrolling. If you do not, your details will be processed as an ordinary enrolment and you will pay 100% of the academic fees.
Procedure in the event of non-payment
If a payment bounces or an invoice is not paid in the allotted time frame, a second invoice will be issued, which can be paid in any bank branches that the University has an agreement with.
If a payment bounces, a 3 euro non-payment charge per invoice will be issued. Students who have not paid their enrolment fees by 30 May will be charged 5% of the total outstanding amount.
Non-payment of the outstanding enrolment fees will confer a debt. The University will demand this payment as a condition of any administrative process.
It is the student’s responsibility to settle the different outstanding payments without the need for any prior action by the UdG.