Recognition in form of credits by accreditation of labor and profesional experience for master's course
ITEM: Process which allows students to request the recognition in the form of credits by the URV of accredited professional and employment experience This experience must be related to the student's degree course competencies.
Employment record certificate that accredits the student's relationship with the company.
Document issued by the company that details the work carried out by the student and the period in which this took place.
Curriculum vitae of the student if this is expressly requested for the subject Career Counselling and Citizenship.
Original and photocopy of the document that accredits the type of exemption, if appropriate (large family certificate, etc.).
Students must pay the recognition fee that is charged by the secretary's office of the center/campus in accordance with the current decree on public prices.
Under no circumstances will credits corresponding to final master's projects be recognized.
The number of credits based on professional and work experience may not exceed 15% of the total credits of the curriculum. This percentage also includes, if appropriate, recognized credits from non-official university courses (university-specific qualifications).
The maximum number of credits based on professional and work experience that can be recognized for master's courses is:
Master's degree of 120 credits: 18 credits
Master's degree of 90 credits: 13.5
Master's degree of 60 credits: 9 credits
Resolution of the application
The Office of the Dean or Management of the Faculty/School.
At most, five days after presenting the application and the necessary documentation.
* August is not considered to be a working month.
The interested party will be informed of the decision.
If necessary, the students' academic transcript will be updated automatically.
Applications presented between 2 May and 7 July will be accepted for the 2015-16 academic year (this is not the case if the subjects to be recognised are registered during the 2015-16 academic year).
Applications present between 8 July and 30 November will be accepted and charged for the 2016-17 academic year.
Students must pay the fee for the recognized subjects established by the the current decree of public prices.
The faculty/school must evaluate the experience accredited by the student and, if accepted, it will be recognized as forming part of the External Practicals subject.
The faculty/school will only recognize the experience as forming part of a different subject in specific cases.
The grade originally awarded for these credits is not recorded by the URV when it recognizes the credits and is therefore also excluded when calculating the overall grade of the academic transcript.