Frequently asked questions about the rules on continuation of studies
Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions about rules on continuation of studies.
- The final grade is recorded in a single assessment report.
- The grade of "absent" exhausts all rights corresponding to registration.
- Students must enrol on basic or mandatory subjects or modules before enrolling on new ones.
- It is not compulsory to enrol on optional subjects or modules even if these have not been passed.
- Number of enrolments possible on a subject: three plus one extraordinary enrolment.
- First-year students: 60 credits minimum.
- Students in all other years: 42 credits minimum.
- All students: 78 credits maximum.
- First-year students: 30 credits minimum.
- Students in all other years: 24 credits minimum.
- 30 credits must be obtained over two years.
- In order to register for the second year, 12 credits must have been obtained.
- In order to register for the third year, 60 credits corresponding to the first and second year must have been obtained
- In order to register for the fourth year, the entire first year must have been passed and 120 credits obtained for the first, second and third years.
- In order to register for the bachelor's degree final project two thirds of the total number of credits on the syllabus must have been obtained.
You can only start them again by joining from another degree programme, as a degree holder or through the change-of-degree access path.
Students switching to UAB courses from other universities are subject to its rules on continuation of studies as from the moment they join the UAB, and their progression at the university of origin is not taken into consideration.
You need to submit a request to the office of the dean or the director of the centre. If this is denied, you can lodge an appeal before the Rector, whose resolution will be based on the recommendation of the Board of Trustees. If the resolution is unfavourable, you can appeal through legal channels: before the administrative-litigation jurisdiction.
- A request must be made to the office of the dean or the director of the centre.
- If this is unsuccessful, an appeal may be lodged before the rector, whose resolution will be based on the recommendation of the Board of Trustees.
- If this is not upheld, an appeal can be made before the courts of law (jurisdicció contenciosa-administrativa).