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Postponement until September of the second exam session for the Master's Thesis subject (when the curriculum states that it is a first-semester subject).

  • DESCRIPTION: This is the process that the student follows when they apply for the second exam session of the Master's Thesis subject to be postponed until September.

Implementation course: 2020-21

Application procedure

Who

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

Where

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

When

  • For 1st semester subjects: from the date of registration until 20 May. 

How

By presenting the following documentation:

Cost

None.

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.).

If the faculty/school deems that it will improve the organization of the master's degree, the coordinator can request that the final grade be awarded in September without the need for the student to do so.

Resolution of the application

Who

Head of the Secretary's Office.

When

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

How

  • If the request is accepted, the student's transcript will be updated to include the change of exam session.
    The will be visible on the transcript which means that it is not necessary to send a separate explicit notification to the individual (the transcript can be consulted on the intranet).

  • If the application is rejected, the individual concerned will be notified.

Cost

None.

Observations

  • The resolution will take into account any favourable report by the head/coordinator of the master's degree for which the student has registered. 
  • If the student does not pass the subject in June/September, he/she must re-register for the subject the following academic year and pay the corresponding registration fee.