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WHAT MUST I REGISTER FOR?

3.1. What is the maximum number of credits that I can register for?
3.2. What is the minimum number of credits that I can register for?
3.3. Can I register part-time? What implications will this have?
3.4. Why will it not let me choose a particular course?
3.5. What is the difference between registering full-time or part-time?
3.6. I am going on a mobility programme, when should I register, how should I register and what should I register for?
3.7. Why can I not register for the subject "XXXXXXXXXXXX"?
3.8. How can I register for work experience?
3.9. How can I include recognised credits on my registration?
3.10. I have requested recognition of credits that I have completed on another course but I still do not have the results for these credits, what should I register for?
3.11. Which group do I have to register for?
3.12. Why can I not register for my preferred group?
3.13. Some of my first year subjects have been recognised, which subjects should I register for in their place?
3.14. Can I change my registration? What must I do if I want to change my registration? Is there a cost involved?



3.1. What is the maximum number of credits that I can register for?

The regulations governing continuing attendance state the following:

  • Full-time students: Maximum 72 credits
  • Part-time students: Maximum 46 credits

In general, the maximum number of credits does not include subjects that you still have not passed from the previous year.

In addition to complying with the regulations governing continuing attendance, you must also take into account any restrictions or timetable clashes on your particular course.



3.2. What is the minimum number of credits that I can register for?

The regulations governing continuing attendance state the following:

New full-time students: Minimum 60 credits

All other full-time students: Minimum 30 credits except for students who only need to complete a lower number of credits to complete their courses.

Part-time students: between 20 and 40 credits except for students who only need to complete a lower number of credits to complete their courses.



3.3. Can I register part-time? What implications will this have?

In order to register as a part-time student you simply have to select this option when you register.

Students who have part-time status will retain this status throughout their courses, unless they apply to change to full-time status.

Part-time students must register for fewer credits than full-time students.



3.4. Why will it not let me choose a particular course?

Check that you have clicked on the correct link in order to register for you level of study; that is master's degrees. If this does not work, close the session and start another one. If this still does not solve the problem, write an email to your Faculty/School (contacts).



3.5. What is the difference between registering full-time or part-time?

One difference is the number of credits that you have to register for. See 3.1 and 3.2

The other is the number of credits that you must passed during your access course:

  • Full-time  → 12 compulsory credits
  • Part-time  → 6 compulsory credits



3.6. I am going on a mobility programme, when should I register, how should I register and what should I register for?

You must register during the same period as all other students.

During online registration, when you are asked to select your groups, you must select Mobilitat for all subjects that you will be studying during the mobility programme. These subjects must be included in the study agreement that you have signed with your mobility coordinator. You can find more information here.



3.7. Why can I not register for the subject "XXXXXXXXXXXX"?

During online registration, on the page where you can select your subjects, you will find a link that says "Per què no veig una assignatura?". Click on this link and enter the subject code to find out why you cannot register for this subject.

If you still are unable to obtain an answer, write an email to your Faculty/School (contacts).



3.8. How can I register for work experience?

You simply need to select the Work Experience subject to include it in your registration.



3.9. How can I include recognised credits on my registration?

You cannot include recognised credits during the online registration process. Once your request for recognition of subjects has been accepted, the Secretary's Office of your Faculty/School will add them to your academic transcript. If the recognition of credits means that you are required to pay a percentage of the fee for credit, this fee will be debited from your account.



3.10. I have requested recognition of credits that I have completed on another course but I still do not have the results for these credits, what should I register for?

New students

You must register during the period that is assigned to you. Once the request for recognition of credits has been accepted they will be added to your registration details.

URV students (second year and above)

You can take one of the two following courses of action:
- Wait until the credits have been recognised and then register online (within the specified period).
- Register and then ask for the credits to be added to your registration details as soon as they have been accepted.



3.11. Which group do I have to register for?

In general you can register for the group that you are most interested in.

However, you should be aware that:

- there is a limited number of places in each group which means that by the time you register they might be full and you have register for another group with vacant places.
- the faculties/schools may have decided to distribute students in a certain manner and that therefore you must register for a certain group.



3.12. Why can I not register for my preferred group?

This may be because:

- The group is full.
- The Faculty/School has distributed the students in a certain manner and that you therefore you must register for a certain group.



3.13. Some of my first year subjects have been recognised, which subjects should I register for in their place?

You should register for second year subjects in accordance with your particular study track. Before you do this, check that the timetables of the second year subjects to make sure that they do not coincide with your first year subjects.

Some faculties/schools will allow you to register for second year subjects.



3.14. Can I change my registration? What must I do if I want to change my registration? Is there a cost involved?

You have a five calendar days after the day on which you register to make any modifications to your registration. You can make the changes from 16.00 to 23.59 each day without incurring any additional cost.

From the 6th day after you register until 30 November you can ask your Faculty/School for permission to modify your registration details if you wish to:

  • change group
  • increase the number of subjects that you wish to study
  • substitute subjects
  • withdraw from subjects

You will be required to pay a surcharge if you modify your registration during this period.

For second semester subjects, you can also modify your registration details from 5 to 15 February. This will also incur a surcharge.