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Important aspects of Continuity Regulation. Undergraduate 2019-20

  Full time (FT) Part-time (PT)(¹)
Minimum credits to register (²) 60 18
Maximum credits to register 72
(for more than 72 credits is required a center's permission)
48
Minimum credits to pass to continue studies 12 credits between Basic training and Compulsory subjects 6 credits between Basic training and Compulsory subjects
  Full time (FT) Part-time (PT)(¹)
Minimum credits to register (²) 30 18
Maximum credits to register 72
(for more than 72 credits is required a center's permission)
48
Compulsory registration for onwards years

In general, students must re-register for all Basic Training subjects that they registered for in the previous year but did not pass.

However, some faculties require students to re-register for all Basic Training subjects and all Compulsory subjects that they registered for in the previous year and did not pass. The faculties that will apply this requirement for the 2019-20 academic year are the Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Legal Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Faculty of Chemistry, EUSES and CESDA .

Students who wish to register for more than 30 credits should be aware that they must include all the Basic Training subjects or all the Basic Training and Compulsory subjects that they registered for in the previous year and did not pass. They cannot register for new subjects if they have not included all subjects pending from the previous academic year.

(¹) Students following double degrees are not permitted to study part-time.

(²) Students who are studying two bachelor's degrees simultaneously must register for a minimum of 15 credits for the second degree.

  During the ordinary registration period During the February registration period
Minimum credits to register 6 6 Credits with subjects in the 2nd semester
Maximum credits to register 72
(for more than 72 credits is required a center's permission)
Only with 2nd semester subjects
Minimum credits to pass to continue studies 6 credits between Basic training and Compulsory subjects 6 credits between Basic training and Compulsory subjects
Compulsory registration for onwards years Students must register in Basic training subjects registered and not passed the previous year. Students wishing to register in more than 6 credits have to keep in mind that the increase forces to include basic training subjects registered and not passed the previous year. You cannot add new subjects if not include all those outstanding from the previous year.

Students who are registered for one of the URV's bachelor's degrees that are taught at different campuses cannot re-register at another campus in the following academic year if they fail to pass the minimum number of credits.

Even though the bachelor's degrees are attended by different groups of students, in academic terms they are considered to be the same course leading to the same qualification. Consequently, the minimum credit requirement for each student is applied equally across all of the bachelor's degree courses, regardless of the campus at which the student has originally registered.

At the URV, the bachelor's degrees affected by this situation are the:

Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Administration Taught at:

- Campus Bellisens
- Campus de Terres de l'Ebre
Bachelor's Degree in Infant Education Taught at:

- Campus Sescelades
- Campus de Terres de l'Ebre
- Seu del Baix Penedès
Bachelor's Degree in Primary Education Taught at:

- Campus Sescelades
- Campus de Terres de l'Ebre