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MODIFICATIONS TO REGISTRATION, withdrawal from subjects (master's degrees)

  • DESCRIPTION: This procedure allows students to withdraw voluntarily from one or more subjects during the academic year. The procedure involves the partial modification of the student's registration record once 5 calendar days have passed since the student registered. Students have no right to a refund of the course fees for any subject from which they choose to withdraw.

 

Application procedure

Who

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

Where

At the Campus Secretariat/Secretary's Office of the Faculty/School where the course is taught.

When

  • Ordinary period: from the day on which the registration process is completed to 30 November.

  • Extraordinary period: from 5 to 15 February, only for subjects taught in the second semester.

How

Students must present the following documentation:

Cost

Students must pay the fee issued by the Secretary's Office for modifying the number of subjects for which they are registered. This fee is established by the current decree on public prices.

Students must be up to date with their payments on the date the application is made.

Observations

  • Full-time students must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits; part-time students must be registered for a minimum of 20 credits. This includes any subjects for which students registered during the previous academic year and which they did not pass.

  • New full-time students must be registered for at least the minimum of 60 credits.

  • In accordance with Article 24 governing continuing attendance, students who have registered for more than 30 credits may withdraw from the subjects that take them over this minimum limit. They may first withdraw from newly registered subjects and then from subjects from the previous academic year which that have not passed, provided, however, that they maintain the minimum amount of 30 credits.

  • Students who have registered for more than 20 credits may withdraw from the subjects that take them over this minimum limit. They may first withdraw from newly registered subjects and then from subjects from the previous academic year which that have not passed, provided, however, that they maintain the minimum amount of 20 credits.

  • Student grantholders who withdraw from a subject should be aware that this may mean that they will not be able to meet the academic requirements in order to be awarded the grant the following academic year.

 

Resolution of the application

Who

The faculty/school at which the application form has been presented.

When

Wherever possible, when the application is made. At most 5 days after presenting the application and any necessary documentation.

* August is not considered to be a working month.

How

The student will be informed of the resolution and, if appropriate, their academic transcript will be updated.

The resolution regarding withdrawal may not be reversed.

Cost

Approval by the Faculty/School of a student's request to withdraw from a subject will not lead to the refunding of the corresponding registration fee.


Students who have had their withdrawal from a subject authorised by the Faculty/School will not be charged for repeating subjects that they have not passed during the subsequent academic.

Academic consequences

During the academic year in which the application for withdrawal from a subject is made:

  • the student may not receive any tuition in that subject or be evaluated for it.

  • the student may not receive a grade for the subject.

Observations

The Faculty/School will only authorize applications for withdrawal from a subject for students who are up to date with all their payments.