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OFFICIAL ACCREDITATION OF THE PROGRAMMES OF SUBJECTS: Legalization of course programmes

  • ITEM: This is the certificate provided by the competent body of the validity and authenticity of the curriculum and of the programmes of the subjects passed by the student for use abroad.

Implementation course: 2019-20

Application procedure

Who

The interested party or the authorized person on presentation of the necessary identification.

What

  • The subject programmes in the form of Course Guides at the URV.
  • The curriculum followed.

When

When required.

Where

Via the online administrative procedures on the URV's intranet.

How

By presenting the following documentation:

Cost

There will be a fee for this service.

Observations

Students who are unable to make the application online may present the application at the auxiliary registry corresponding to the Campus Secretariat/Secretary's Office of the Faculty/School where the student is studying/has studied (if students are entitled to any exemption, they must also present the necessary documentation that demonstrates this entitlement, e.g. large family certificate, etc.).

 

Resolution of the application

Who

The dean and/or director of the faculty/school.

When

Within a maximum of two months from the presentation of the application form.
August is not considered to be a working month.

 How

At the Office of the Dean / the Management of the Faculty/School

  1. The course guides of the subjects passed will be compiled in Spanish.
  2. The curriculum followed will be obtained from the BOE (Official Gazette of the Spanish State), except for university master's degrees regulated by RD 56/2005, which will be obtained from the document prepared for this purpose.
  • The list of subject programmes will be bound and each page will be numbered and stamped.
  • A signed and countersigned certificate from the Dean/Head of the Faculty/School will be included to confirm that the programmes / curriculum are taught at the aforementioned faculty/school, and that these have been passed by the interested party. The number of pages in the document containing the programmes / curriculum will be specified.
  • The signature must be recognised by a notary. The certificate may not be signed by a different individual p.p. (per procurationem), by authorisation, in someone's absence or for any other reason.

At the Secretary's Office of the Faculty/School

  • The will be required to pay the corresponding fee.
  • The student will be given the documentation once he/she has paid the aforementioned fee.

The student

  • On receiving the documentation, will complete the corresponding procedures before a notary named by the University.

Observations

If students want to accredit subjects passed on different courses, these subjects must be presented separately.