Issuance of the degree certificate and the European Supplement of the certificate in cases where the student has died
ITEM: Procedure that regulates applications for the official degree certificate and the European supplement of a student who has completed the degree course but who has died before being able to request the related certificates.
Member of the student's immediate family.
At the auxiliary registry of the secretary's office of the faculty/school in which they carried out their studies.
The process starts when a member of the student's immediate family applies for the issuance of the corresponding official degree certificate.
Identity card or passport (original and photocopy) of the student.
Identity card or passport (original and photocopy) of the family member.
Official family record that proves the relationship between the family member and the student.
Original and photocopy of the document that accredits the type of exemption, if appropriate (large family certificate, etc.).
The corresponding fee must be paid.
No further modification will be made to the student's academic record from the moment in which the issuance of their degree certificate is requested.
The name and surnames on the certificate must be the same as those that appear on the identity card or Civil Registry document that accredits the change. The application should cite any accents that are considered necessary provided that these are in accordance with those stipulated by the Language Service of the URV.
Resolution of the application
The rector of the URV.
As soon as the student has been informed that the certificate can be collected.
To collect the certificate, students must present themselves in person with the receipt that shows that they have paid for it.
If the family member cannot present themselves in person, they may give power of attorney to another person who will collect the certificate on their behalf. This person must present a photocopy of the student's identity card.
If the student is abroad and the letter of attorney is issued by a foreign notary, the following must be taken into account:
If the student is in a country that has signed the Hague Convention, the letter of attorney must be accompanied by an apostille. For further information, consult the website of the Spanish Ministry of Justice.
If the student is in a country that has not signed the Hague Convention, the letter of attorney must bear the stamp of the Spanish consulate in that country. For further information, consult the website of the Spanish Foreign Ministry.