Modifying or cancelling enrolment
The full amount of the pre-enrollment will only be refunded if the master's degree program is cancelled, or if an error attributable to the center has been made. It will also be refunded in the case of non-EU students whose visa application has been denied. (Documentary proof of this is needed.)
Exceptionally, a refund of the pre-enrollment may be considered before the start of the definitive enrollment, provided the interested party shows that unexpected and justified causes prevent the student from following the course normally.
Modifying or cancelling enrollment
Generally, enrollment cancellation requests are only accepted in exceptional and unexpected cases (such as serious illness or accident), it must be duly justified and make it impossible for the interested party to follow the course normally.
If the application is submitted within the first 30 days after the enrollment, if a refund is authorized, 35% of the total amount of the tuition will be retained to cover general expenses (delivery of documentation, place reservation and administration expenses).
Outside of this period, if a refund is authorized, 35% of the total amount of the tuition will be retained to cover general expenses, plus the proportional amount of the tuition corresponding to the course period elapsed.
Only for duly justified exceptional cases of exceptional gravity, the student may request to the direction of the center, both within and outside the period established for cancellations, the refund of an amount higher than what is set out in the preceding paragraphs. With a favorable reasoned report from the direction of the studies, the direction of the center will resolve the amount to be returned (up to the maximum amount paid excluding the enrollment fee).
You may apply for an enrollment modification in order to change groups, or cancelling and/or adding new subjects within the period established in the academic calendar.
To do so, you will have to pay the current fee set by the center, within the period assigned for these purposes in the academic calendar.
-During the first period, you will be able to make modifications on first term, second term and annual subjects.
-During the second period, you will only be able to make modifications in second term subjects. Exceptionally, modifications of annual subjects could be authorized.
Students enrolled on a full-time basis must enrol for a minimum of 60 credits, or all the credits remaining to complete the degree.
Students who have been authorised to enrol on a part-time basis must enrol for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 42 credits per academic year.
Enrollment modification application
-If you need to modify your enrollment, you cannot have any payment defaults. Applications for an enrollment modification will not be accepted under any circumstances if the student has any overdue payment.
-In addition to the enrollment modification fee, you will have to pay the amount resulting from the increase of the newly enrolled credits.
-The resulting tuition of the enrollment modification must be paid in a single payment.
You will not have to pay the established fee in the following cases:
- When the enrollment modifications are made in an exchange program, as long as you make them on the 6 weeks following the beginning of the classes in the other university.
- When the modifications are due to the enrollment calendar of your faculty or school (such as the final project, work placement, research projects, etc.).
- When the modification is due to new subjects offered by the University after the enrollment period.
- When the modifications are attributable to the University.
Bear in mind
- Once your enrollment modification or cancellation has been made, it will be included in your academic record and you will not be able to renounce to it.
- To cancel core or mandatory subjects you have not passed, you will need to cancel also the new subjects you have enrolled in.
Cancellation of the master's degree
The center reserves the right to exceptionally cancel the program in the event that there is not a sufficient number of candidates or for another justified reason.