Admission

 

 

 Admission profile

 

New students should have a basic grounding in the social and human sciences, together with good skills in logical reasoning.

 

 

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 Undergraduate pathways

 

Admission to this degree course is open to any applicant who meets one of the following entrance requirements:

  • SPANISH BACCALAUREATE  UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAM (PAU) : Although students can access university by means of any Baccalaureate specialization, the recommended one is Humanities and Social Sciences.

    Admission scores for this degree can be improved by taking the specific modules of the University Entrance Exam (PAU) as indicated in the table below with their respective weightings.

    TABLE 1

    SUBJECTS  Module weightings 
    0,1 0,2
    Performing Arts X  
    Biology X  
    Audio Visual Culture II X  
    Technical Drawing X  
    Design X  
    Business Economics   X
    Physics X  
    Fundamentals of Art II   X
    Geography   X
    Geology X  
    Greek II X  
    History of Philosophy    X
    History of Art X  
    Latin II   X
    Mathematics applied to Social Sciences II   X
    Mathematics II   X
    Chemistry X  

 

  • PREVIOUS BACCALAUREATES WITH OR WITHOUT A PASS IN THE UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAM (PAU):  Students who have completed their Baccalaureate under previous education systems and have passed the PAU ( Table 1 ) will be able to use the mark obtained in their application. However, students can take specific exam modules during the voluntary PAU exam period in order to improve their admission score as shown in table 1. They can also sit for the obligatory PAU exams, in which case they will have to take all the exams scheduled during this period.

  • VOCATIONAL EDUCATION:  Vocational educational qualifications such as senior technician, senior technician of plastic arts and design, or senior technician in sports is the preferred professional area although access to this degree may be through any professional field.
    Admission scores can be improved by taking the PAU exam in up to 4 of the modules in Table 1 .
  • STUDENTS FROM EDUCATION SYSTEMS IN COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION OR OTHER STATES WITH WHICH SPAIN HAS AN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT:  Accreditation is required and issued by  Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia  (UNED) .
    Students can sit for exams in subjects included in the  Pruebas de Competencias Específicas  (PCE), organised by the UNED, in order to improve their admission score up to 14 points as indicated in the weightings in Table 1 .
  • STUDENTS FROM FOREIGN EDUCATION SYSTEMS:  Prior to applying for the validation of their foreign Baccalaureate, students may sit for up to 6 exams in subjects offered by the  Pruebas de Competencias Específicas  (PCE)  organised by  UNED  (at least one subject from the core subjects).
    The weightings indicated in Table 1 will be applied to core and/or optional subjects.
  • OTHER: University degrees and  other similar qualifications. University entrance exam for students over 25 (preferential option: Social and Legal Sciences ).
    Access on the basis of professional experience (applicants over 40 years of age). Access to applicants aged 45 years or more by means of an exam.

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Weightings of the subjects of the specific phase of the Proof of Access to the University (PAU) in the previous years

 

High School

Diploma

Subjects

Weighting parameters

Music  Analysis II
Biology
 
Earth and Environment Sciences
Drawing II
Technical Drawing II
Design
Business Economics
Electronics
Physics
Geography
Greek II
History of Music and Dance
Art History
Latin II
Musical Language and Practice
World Literature
Mathematics Applied to the Social Sciences II
Mathematics II
Chemistry
Expressive techniques in the Arts and Crafts
Industrial Technology II

Academic Years


2010-11

2011-12

0.1                                          
0.2 X X  X  X X X X X  X  X X X X X X X X X X X

Academic Years


2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

0.1 X X X X X X     X   X X X X X     X X X  
0.2             X     X           X X        

 

 

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 Admission marks by academic year

 

YEARS

NUMBER

OF

PLACES

PASS MARKS

GENERAL

OVER  25

OVER  40

OVER  45

GRADUATES

SPORTSPEOPLE

FUNCTIONAL

DIVERSITY

 

2010-11

240

7,660

6,895

5,210

---

5,590

---

---

2011-12

240

7,935

6,968

5,000

---

6,260

5,000

5,000

2012-13

240

7,418

6,838

5,000

---

6,560

---

---

2013-14

240

7,262

5,195

5,000

5,000

5,000

---

5,000

2014-15

240

7,270

5,320

---

---

5,000

---

5,000

2015-16

240

7,358

5,330

---

---

6,800

---

---

2016-17

240

7,604

5,000

---

---

5,000

---

---

2017-18

240

7,938

5,510

---

---

5,000

5,000

---

2018-19

240

8,118

5,000

---

5,000

5,000

5 (Jul.)

---

2019-20

240

8,012

5,000

---

---

5,000

5,000

---

2020-21

240

8,935

---

---

---

7,050

8,243

---

 

  • "Pass marks" indicated correspond to the results of the first adjudication of June. 
  • The definitive marks can be inferior to the here collected.

 

 

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 Admission procedure

 

  • Applicants admitted to a course must formally register within the timescale established annually in the enrolment calendar.
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Adaptations

 

Former Degree (Licenciatura) in Advertising and Public Relations

(Course programme B154, 2002)

New Degree (Grado) in Advertising and Public Relations

 

Code

Year

Credits

 

Subject

 

Subject

Year

ECTS 

10011

1st

6

Analysis and Expression in Written Communication and Information

Communication and Written Media (core)

1st

6

10010

1st

6

Psychosocial Bases of Communication

Social Psychology of Communication (core)

1st

6

10008

1st

6

Communication and Written Information

Communication and Written Media (core)

1st

6

10007

 

1st

 

6

History of the Contemporary World I

Economic and Social History of Spain (opt)

1st

6

10012

1st

6

Introduction to Social Communication

Basics of

Communication I (core)

1st

6

10009

1st

6

Introduction to Advertising

Theory of Advertising (comp.)

1st

6

10017

1st

6

Global Communication

Corporate Communication (comp.)

2nd

6

10018

1st

6

History of the Contemporary World II

Contemporary Economic, Social and Political History (core)

4th

6

10015

1st

6

Introduction to Economics

Introduction to Economics (core)

1st

6

10013

1st

6

Sociology

-

-

-

10016

1st

6

Qualitative Techniques for Social Research

Social Research Techniques in Communication (core)

2nd

6

10014

1st

6

Social Research Techniques

 

2nd

6

10039

2nd

6

Analysis and Expression in Audiovisual Communication and Information

Communication and Audiovisual Media (core)

1st

6

10031

2nd

6

Communication and Audiovisual Information

Audiovisual Techniques (comp.)

2nd

6

10038

2nd

6

Sources and Channels of Information

Information Management in Communication (comp.)

4th

6

10035

2nd

4,5

Social Structure

Social Structure (core)

2nd

6

10032

2nd

6

Introduction to Public Relations

Theory of Public Relations (comp.)

1st

6

10034

2nd

4,5

Catalan Language I

-

-

-

10037

2nd

4,5

Catalan Language II

-

-

-

10033

2nd

4,5

Spanish Language I

-

-

-

10036

2nd

4,5

Spanish Language II

-

-

-

10042

2nd

6

Introduction to Marketing

Basics of Marketing (core)

1st

6

10041

2nd

6

Advertising Language

Advertising Language (comp.)

2nd

6

10040

2nd

6

Semiotics of Mass Communication

Semiotics of Mass Communication (comp.)

2nd

6

10043

3rd

6

Creativity in Advertising I

Basics of Creativity (comp.)

2nd

6

10020

3rd

4,5

Creativity in Advertising II

Creative Strategy and Conceptualisation (comp.)

3rd

6

10021

3rd

6

Advertising Communication Strategy

Advertising and Public Relations Strategy (comp.)

2nd

6

10019

3rd

6

Social Influence

Psychosocial Processes of Social Influence and Advertising (comp.)

4th

6

10025

3rd

4,5

Writing Advertising Texts

Writing Advertising Texts (comp.)

3rd

6

10026

3rd

6

Corporate Image

Corporate Image (comp.)

3rd

6

10022

3rd

6

Image and Advertising

Image Theory Applied to Advertising (comp.)

3rd

6

10024

3rd

4,5

The Semiotics of Advertising

The Semiotics of Advertising and Consumption (comp.)

3rd

6

10023

3rd

6

Sociolinguistics

-

-

-

10027

3rd

6

The Sociology of Mass Communication

Basics of

Communication II

1st

6

10028

4th

6

Introduction to Research in Advertising Media

Media Research and Planning (comp.)

4th

6

10030

4th

6

Systems and Processes in Advertising and Public Relations

Systems and Processes in Advertising and Public Relations (comp.)

4th

6

10029

4th

6

Theory and techniques of public relations I

Planning public relations (comp.)

3rd

6

10044

4th

4,5

Theory and Techniques of Public Relations II

Public Relations Techniques (comp.)

3rd

6

10050

4th

4,5

Professional Codes of Practice in Advertising and Public Relations

Professional Codes of Practice in Advertising and Public Relations (comp.)

3rd

6

10045

4th

4,5

Advertising Law

Introduction to law for advertising and communication (core)

1st

6

10047

4th

4,5

Advertising Design

Art Direction (opt.)

4th

6

10048

4th

6

Applied Audiovisual Narrative

Audiovisual Narrative Applied to Advertising (comp.)

3rd

6

10049

4th

6

Development and Production in Print Media

Production and Development in Audiovisual Media (comp.)

3rd

6

10046

4th

6

Realisation and Production in Half Printed Matter

Production and Development in Print Media (comp.)

4th

6

 

 

 

Credit equivalence with the new Degree (Grado) course programme has been established for a total of 324 credits in the current Advertising and Public Relations Degree (Licenciatura) course programme. Of these, 180 correspond to core and compulsory subjects, and 143.5 to optional subjects.

Credits taken by Advertising and Public Relations students not listed in the above table may be validated by means of:

  1. Degree course optional credits, up to the maximum number of optional credits established for each degree course.
  2. Recognised free-elective credits validated for university, cultural or representational activities will be validated for the degree course, with a maximum of up to 6 academic credits to be validated for various activities, as set out in Art. 12.8 Royal Decree 1393/2007 (participation in cultural, sporting, student representation, charity and cooperation activities).

Credit equivalence for fist cycle optional subjects

 

 

Former Degree (Licenciatura) in Advertising and Public Relations

(Course programme B154, 2002)

New Degree (Grado) in Advertising and Public Relations

 
Code Year

Credits

Subject

Subject

Year 

ECTS

10075

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Textual analysis

-

-

-

10067

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Animated cinema

-

-

-

10073

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Communication and information on the Internet

-

-

-

10065

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Communication and cultural studies

-

-

-

10063

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Communication and health

-

-

-

10062

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Effects of social communication and assessing the effectiveness of advertising

-

-

-

10054

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Training in social skills

-

-

-

10052

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Statistics applied to advertising

-

-

-

10058

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Structure of audiovisual programming

-

-

 

10072

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Accounts management

Accounts management (op)

4 th   Year

6

10070

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Advertising scriptwriting

Audiovisual narrative applied to advertising (ob)

3 rd   Year

6

10068

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Tools for graphic design I

Tools for graphic design(ob)

2 nd   Year

6

10069

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Tools for graphic design II

Tools for graphic design(ob)

2 nd   Year

6

10051

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

History of advertising

History of advertising (op)

4 th   Year

6

10061

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Verbal expression as an instrument of persuasion

-

-

-

10066

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Advertising mythology

-

-

-

10060

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Public opinion and advertising

-

-

-

10064

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Trans-cultural advertising

-

-

-

10056

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Advertising and contemporary art I

 

-

-

10071

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Advertising workshop I

-

-

-

10057

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Technology of audiovisual media

Audiovisual techniques (ob)

2 nd   Year

6

10059

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Theory and history of cinema I

-

-

-

10074

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

Theory and technique of radio communication

-

-

-

10053

Op 1 st  Year

4,5

The use of Catalan in advertising and public relations

-

-

-

 
 

 

Credit equivalence for second cycle optional subjects

 

Former Degree (Licenciatura) in Advertising and Public Relations

(Course programme B154, 2002)

New Degree (Grado) in Advertising and Public relations

Code Year

Credits

Subject

Subject

Year ECTS

10086

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Psychosocial analysis of advertising

Psychosocial processes of influence and advertising (opt.)

4th

6

10130

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Social change and communication

-

-

-

10098

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

 Election campaigns

-

-

-

10085

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Posters and contemporary graphic design

Advertising posters (opt.)

4th

6

10055

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Spoken Catalan for advertising and public relations

-

-

-

10126

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Social causes and advertising

-

-

-

10108

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Corporate cinema and video

-

-

-

10103

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising cinema and video

-

-

-

10097

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Colour and advertising

-

-

-

10083

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Political behaviour

-

-

-

10102

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Non-verbal communication and advertising

-

-

-

10079

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Political communication and propaganda

Social interest and political communication (opt.)

4th

6

10087

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication and architecture

-

-

-

10120

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication and financial organisations

-

-

-

10119

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication and the labour market

-

-

-

10093

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication and advertising in franchise companies

-

-

-

10077

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Consumer behaviour and commercial management

-

-

-

10128

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Art direction

Art direction (opt.)

4th

6

10104

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising photography direction

Advertising photography (opt.)

4th

6

10094

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Design and advertising on the Internet

-

-

-

10099

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Audiovisual documentation

-

-

-

10092

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

The Spanish language and communication environments

-

-

-

10113

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

The advertising company

Structure of advertising and public relations (opt.)

4th

6

10129

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

The product/service advertising environment

-

-

-

10076

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Technical Spanish

-

-

-

10121

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Labelling and package design

-

-

-

10096

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Artistic and advertising photography

Advertising photography (opt.)

4th

6

  10105

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising photography

Advertising photography (opt.)

4th

6

10125

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Brand image

Trends in brand management (opt.)

4th

6

10080

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Market research

Market research (opt.)

4th

6

10133

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Quality in advertising and public relations companies

-

-

-

10100

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising in the European Union

-

-

-

10084

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Political and electoral marketing

-

-

-

10111

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

The communication media; advertising and gender

-

-

-

10106

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Audiovisual montage and post-production in advertising

Audiovisual post-production in advertising (opt.)

4th

6

10114

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Negotiating advertising campaigns

Accounts management (opt.)

4th

6

10101

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

New advertising channels

New advertising channels (opt.)

4th

6

10081

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Organising and managing communication agencies

-

-

-

10078

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Sponsorship and patronage

New advertising channels (opt.)

4th

6

10091

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Intercultural pragmatics

-

-

-

10118

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication programmes for sporting organisations 

-

-

-

10110

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Institutional and business protocol

Protocol and events in institutions and business (opt.)

4th

6

10124

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Corporate advertising

-

-

-

10095

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising and contemporary art II

 

-

-

10115

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising and shopping centres

-

-

-

10116

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

 Advertising and SMEs

-

-

-

10117

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising and tourism

-

-

-

10127

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Script writing and voice-overs in audiovisual media

-

-

-

10109

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Public relations and fund raising

-

-

-

10123

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Signage

-

-

-

10131

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

World system and communication

-

-

-

10089

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Sociology of contemporary culture and the arts

Sociology of contemporary culture and the arts (opt.)

4th

6

10132

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Sociology of music in audiovisual communication

-

-

-

10090

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Population sociology

-

-

-

10082

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Consumer sociology

-

-

-

10122

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising workshop II

-

-

-

10112

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Communication techniques at the point of sale

New advertising channels (opt.)

4th

6

10107

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Theory and history of cinema II

-

-

-

10088

Op 2 nd   Year

4,5

Advertising typography

 

 

 

 

Op

12-18

Work Experience (*)

Work Experience (op)

4t

12

 

 

(*) Recognition of Work Experience is done through the Commission on Recognition and Credit Transfer Center.

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Credit recognition and transfer

 

What is credit recognition?

The concept of 'recognition' has replaced the former 'validation/adaptation' in undergraduate degrees. 

'Credit recognition occurs when a university accepts the credits earned in official studies either from this university or from another university so that they can be taken into account in other studies in order to obtain an official degree' (RD 1393/2007. Art. 6) Recognition is therefore the acceptance of a subject passed by the student in a previous university course or degree when said student wishes to access a new course. 

Also, credit recognition may be granted when a student provides proof of his/her professional experience and of subjects passed in other official higher education centres (vocational education) or in non-official university studies.

Generally speaking, the criteria followed to grant credit recognition are:

  • If the degree the student is applying for belongs to the same field of study, a minimum of 36 core subject credits in that field will be recognised.
  • Credits earned in other core subjects belonging to the chosen degree's field of study will be recognised too.
  • The remaining credits may be recognised by the UA as long as the competences and knowledge acquired therein match either other subjects or programmes completed by the student, their previous professional experience, or subjects of cross-sectional nature.

For recognised credits, students will pay 25% of the price.

Regulations:

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What is credit transfer?

Section 6 of Royal Decree 1393/2007 defines the concept of credit transfer as: 

'Credit transfer is the process of including all the credits from an official degree that a student has completed in one or several universities (even if completion of said credits did not eventually entail the obtention of a degree certificate) in a student's academic record'.

Its goal is for non-recognised subjects completed by the student in other official degrees to be included in the final academic record and in the European diploma supplement, in addition to subjects completed in the student's current degree and other recognised subjects.
 
These transferred subjects are not taken into account for point-system calculation of the academic record.

Regulations:

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What are the criteria followed to grant credit recognition?

The criteria followed by universities in order to grant credit recognition for subjects passed in other official studies are included in Royal Decree 1393/2007 (as amended by  RD 43/2015  [pdf in Spanish] ) Sections  and  13 

Universities must create and publish their credit transfer and recognition regulations in accordance with the general criteria included in this Royal Decree. 

The general criteria applied for credit recognition are as follows:

  • A minimum of 36 credits corresponding to  core subjects  will be recognised if a student transfers to an undergraduate degree  from another degree belonging to the  same field of study .
  • Core subjects  shared by both degrees will be recognised when transferring to other undergraduate degree studies, whether they belong to the same field of study or not.
  • Any other subjects passed (compulsory and optional) will be recognised insofar as they are similar in terms of skills and contents.
  • Credits completed in other official higher education degrees (vocational education)   may be recognised. 
  • Subject recognition may be granted on the grounds of professional experience if similar competences are involved in both. 15% of the total amount of the undergraduate degree's credits can be recognised this way. Subjects recognised under this premise will not be numerically assessed and will not be taken into account for the calculation of grade point average.
  • Subject recognition may be granted through subjects completed in UA own programmes. 15% of the total amount of an undergraduate degree's credits can be recognised this way (this percentage can increase if UA own programmes had become official degrees). Subjects recognised under this premise will not be numerically assessed and will not be taken into account for the calculation of grade point average.
  • Subjects of  cross-sectional nature  (language level) can be recognised.
  • The  final-year undergraduate project  will never be recognised.

The 'adaptation table' for subject recognition will be applied to former students of first and second-cycle undergraduate degrees who enrol in the new undergraduate degree replacing their former studies. 

Subjects taken in former study plans can be recognised depending on the similarity of their skills and contents with those taught in the undergraduate degree that they wish to transfer to.

For recognised credits, students will pay 25% of the price.

UA regulations on credit transfer and recognition.

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How many credits are recognised when accessing an undergraduate degree within the same field of study?

According to Section 13 of  Royal Decree 1393/2007 . (as amended by  RD 43/2015  [pdf in Spanish] ):

Section 13. a) 'In the event that the chosen degree belongs to the same field of study, a minimum of 36   core subject credits will be recognised in that field'. 

Students already enrolled in an undergraduate degree who later on are admitted in another undergraduate degree from the same field of study will be granted recognition of a minimum of 36 core subject credits from that field of study. 

Furthermore, other core, compulsory and optional subjects with similar skills and contents, as well as cross-curricular subjects may be recognised.

For recognised credits, students will pay 25% of the price.

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How many credits are recognised when accessing an undergraduate degree from a different field of study?

Core subjects completed by students and common to both study programmes will be recognised.

Any other subjects passed (compulsory and optional) will be recognised depending on the similarity of the skills acquired therein and their contents.

Subjects of cross-sectional nature (language level) can be recognised. 

Students transferring to an undergraduate degree from study programmes to be phased out (former first and second-cycle undergraduate degrees, etc.) will be granted recognition of credits corresponding to subjects where similar concepts are taught.

For recognised credits, students will pay 25% of the price.

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 How and when is credit recognition requested?

Recognition/transfer requests are made via UACloud, using the e-Administration app,  in due term (generally, coinciding with the registration period) and following the instructions established by each centre.

UA regulations on credit recognition

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 What is partial foreign studies validation?

It is a proceeding by which students who have completed foreign universities' courses and degrees (partially or in full) can request to continue studying the same or an equivalent degree or course in Spain. 

Applications for admission submitted in this manner will be resolved by the University President according to the criteria established by the University of Alicante Governing Council for this proceeding. 

Applications for admission must be submitted at the secretary's office of the corresponding centre (faculty/polytechnic school) wher the chosen degree is taught.  The deadline for application submission will be established by each centre. 

In order to be admitted, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Prove that they are studying an official university degree in their home country.
  • Students who have completed university courses and degrees abroad must prove that they have not applied for official approval of foreign studies or that said approval has been refused.
  • Recognition for a minimum of 30 credits from subjects studied abroad (five subjects) and corresponding to the Spanish degree for which admission is requested must be obtained.
    • Credit recognition is granted depending on the equivalence between foreign and Spanish subjects in terms of contents and class load.

Applications must include the following documentation (authenticated and translated if necessary):

  • The original and a photocopy of the student's passport or foreigner's identification number
  • Official transcript of records of the degree or course, including:
    • Official name of the degree, stating whether it is official or a university's own degree
    • Rating scale with the minimum grade required to pass a subject
    • Length of each subject (yearly, semestral)
  • Programme of the subject for which recognition is requested (contents of the subject)
  • Curriculum
  • Sworn statement proving that official approval has not been applied, in case of completed foreign degrees

A fee of 143.73€ must be paid in order y for partial foreign studies recognition applications to be delivered and assessed.

Regulations:

 

UA regulations on credit transfer and recognition.

 

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 Transfer of record for undergraduate continuation of studies

 

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