Access the self-enrolment program from La Meva UdG and follow the instructions on the different self-enrolment screens.
Enrolment guidelines for different studies are available online from your academic record.
Specific information on the subjects you have to enrol on:
2nd year students
3rd year students
4th year students
5th year students
6th year students
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.
MEiFP Scholarship for 2023-24. If you have formally applied for a scholarship for the academic year 2023-24 and meet the academic requirements, you can enrol as a scholar. We recommend that, apart from the MECS scholarship, you also apply for the AGAUR Equity scholarship, which you can do from this link.
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 justify it through the LaMeva/Procedures/Communication or amendment of bank details attaching the following form and a photocopy of the account holder’s ID for validation.
You can choose from four ways to pay:
- A single payment will be charged to your bank 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 payment (40%) will be charged on 15/12/2023.
- Three payments. This is possible when the academic fees exceed 200 euros. The first payment (40%) will be charged to your account just after enrolment, the second (20%) on 17/10/2023, and the third (40%) on 15/12/2023.
- Paying by the month (maximum 10 monthly payments). Provided the academic fees exceed 200 euros. The first payment will be charged straight after enrolment and the rest on the 5th of every month, except August. The last payment in this case will be on 5 May 2024.
Students initially awarded but later denied grants can only make partial enrolment payments in the remaining months up until 05/05/2024, as 30 May 2024 is the deadline for the payment of all 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.
At the time of enrolment, payment will be made according to the fees set by the Government of Catalonia. You will find more information on the following link. Remember that medicine degrees correspond to the high and medium experimental studies, rate B teaching coefficient structure, but if you wish, you can apply for the equity scholarship through which your enrolment fees will be recalculated according to your household income. If your enrolment is reduced, it will be regularised by reducing the amounts that are still to be paid, or if you have already paid the entire amount, the appropriate amount will be repaid.
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 of the University’s collaborating banks.
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.