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Regulations and legal information


You can consult the University of Girona Statutes from the following link

Through this link you can access all the valid regulations that affect the University of Girona.

Moreover, you can access the Official Gazette of the University of Girona. This is the instrument which answers the legal requirements aiming to guarantee maximum transparency in the University’s actions, as well as ensuring maximum legal security for the university community by using electronic means to improve accessibility, transparency, efficiency, efficacy and quality.

You can access the BOUdG from the following link or from the Electronic Home.

Instructions and circulars

Instructions and circulars are sources of administrative law. They are documents that an administrative organ may use to direct a hierarchically dependent organ (TERMCAT dictionary)


A judgement is a document which states a technical judgement or an authorised opinion to advise the administrative organ that it has to issue a resolution on a particular matter (TERMCAT dictionary)

  • See judgements (none available)


A resolution is a decision about a matter that a competent administrative organ takes through an administrative act, which usually finalises an administrative procedure (TERMCAT dictionary).

In accordance with article 51.4 of the Statutes of the University of Girona "decisions of individual organs in a general or specific area will be called resolutions".

In this section you can find the current regulatory procedures at the University of Girona, as well as reports and supporting documents generated by the different procedures. 

Reform of the Regulations of the School of Doctoral and Postgraduate Studies.

Version 01/06/2017

Reform of the academic regulations for doctoral studies.

Justification for the creation of the working commission to reform the university teaching organisation regulations for doctorates at the University of Girona stems from the wish to simplify procedures to obtain the doctoral certificate, as well to adapt it as part of the University’s internationalisation.

The School of Doctoral Studies has received different requests from doctoral students for reform to make thesis reading more agile and to clarify procedural aspects that may be open to interpretation in their application.

The Commission is analysing the existing doctoral degree regulations at the heart of Catalan universities and is drawing up a regulatory text adapted to current needs, whilst taking into account the regulatory impact of applying the reform.