University of Alicante admission tests start on Tuesday, 8 June with 4,235 students enrolled
Due to the health crisis, students will be distributed in more classrooms, using lecture halls, faculties and the School of Technology
Alicante, Friday 4 June 2021
The University of Alicante Admission Tests (PAU) will begin on Tuesday 8 June 2021 with History of Spain. This is the first common subject that all students will taket, whose content was modified in 2018, coming to replace the subject of "Spanish Language and Literature" in this position.
The 2021 Admission Tests will start at the UA at 9:30 am with a total of 4,235 students enrolled. The tests will be held for three days, 8, 9 and 10 June, and the students will be distributed in eleven examination panels. On the San Vicente del Raspeig campus, panels 1 to 9 will be located in 7 buildings: panels 1 and 2 in the Lecture HAll No. 1, panels 3 and 4 in the Lecture Hall No. 2, and panels 5 to 9, distributed between the Lecture Hall No. 3, the School of Technology (phase 4), Faculty of Law, Faculty of Arts (phase 1 and 2) and Faculty of Education, respectively. Two more panels (10 and 11) will be located in the facilities of the University of Technology of València in Alcoy, in the Ferrándiz and Georgina Blanes buildings, respectively.
As has been the case in recent years, female enrolment outnumbers male enrolment, with almost sixty percent of the total. Thus, 2,459 women and 1,776 men will sit the exams in the eleven examination panels, distributed according to the enrolment of each of the centres in the province.
The possible options for enrolment in the Admission Tests allow access either from advanced secondary education or from vocational training cycles. In the first case, a total of 3,991 students have enrolled for the Baccalaureate, while 244 students have enrolled for the Vocational Training Cycles.
Special admission tests will take place on 6, 7 and 8 July, with the same programme as in June. These tests consist of a compulsory phase which will cover four common subjects: Spanish, Catalan, Foreign Language and History of Spain, as well as the student's branch subjects. There will be 455 students who will opt to take only the voluntary phase, which allows students to improve their final grade for admission to higher education.
The results of the admission tests will be published on Friday 18 June. On the following day you will be able to download the student report card from the same portal. Grades downloading, claims and second revisions and requesting to see the exercises must be carried out through the student portal. The period for submitting claims will be from 21 to 25 June. The deadline is 25 June at 2 pm.
UA Admission Tests 2019: Roberto Ruiz. UA Audio Visual Studio (FGUA)
Universidad de Alicante Carretera de San Vicente del Raspeig s/n 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig Alicante (Spain)