Procediment d'admissió per canvi d'estudis

Applicable regulations

 

The regulations that govern admission to undergraduate study programmes are as follows:

· The basic regulation on the admission procedures for officially recognized university undergraduate study programmes

· Regulatory Agreement of 20 February 2017 which establishes regulations for accessing and being admitted to official undergraduate teaching programmes

· Weighting scheme

    • Regulatory Agreement of 21 July 2016 which contains the weighting parameters for high-school-level subjects so that they may be considered for admission to official undergraduate study programmes.
 

Convocatòria ordinària: juny 2017

Part-time students

According to Article 7 of the Academic Regulation (FOU 429), students who, for various acceptable reasons, cannot complete their studies per the regulations regarding the minimum number of enrolled credits (which is set each year in a decree from the government of the Balearic Islands) may be given this status.

 

 

Requirements

To be considered a part-time student, you must be in one of the following situations:

·  Work part-time for at least half of the hours that a full-time worker would complete in the same position,

·  Have a physical, sensory, or psychological degree of disability that is assessed to be equal to or greater than 33%, which is the level established by the legislation that governs the reservation of seats at the university for students with special needs,

·  Be 45 years or older when the course begins,

·  Be in a family that is under protection or be in charge of caring for dependents, or

·  Be in another extraordinary situation that the relevant authority deems worthy for your consideration as a part-time student.

Documentation that must be submitted

Documentation that provides support for or accredits one of the aforementioned requirements:

·  A current employment contract or an administrative appointment (also, you must provide documentation that proves that you are currently doing the activity, like proof of payment into any Social Security scheme or a recent pay slip/pay stub)

·  Any degree of disability must be accredited with a certificate issued by an authority that is authorized to provide such recognition.

·  A copy of an identification document accrediting that you are over 45 years old.

·  Documentation that accredits that you live in a family that is under protection or that you have dependents.

·  Any other documentation accrediting that you are in an extraordinary situation.

 

 

Convocatòria: setembre 2017

Part-time students

According to Article 7 of the Academic Regulation (FOU 429), students who, for various acceptable reasons, cannot complete their studies per the regulations regarding the minimum number of enrolled credits (which is set each year in a decree from the government of the Balearic Islands) may be given this status.

 

 

Requirements

To be considered a part-time student, you must be in one of the following situations:

·  Work part-time for at least half of the hours that a full-time worker would complete in the same position,

·  Have a physical, sensory, or psychological degree of disability that is assessed to be equal to or greater than 33%, which is the level established by the legislation that governs the reservation of seats at the university for students with special needs,

·  Be 45 years or older when the course begins,

·  Be in a family that is under protection or be in charge of caring for dependents, or

·  Be in another extraordinary situation that the relevant authority deems worthy for your consideration as a part-time student.

Documentation that must be submitted

Documentation that provides support for or accredits one of the aforementioned requirements:

·  A current employment contract or an administrative appointment (also, you must provide documentation that proves that you are currently doing the activity, like proof of payment into any Social Security scheme or a recent pay slip/pay stub)

·  Any degree of disability must be accredited with a certificate issued by an authority that is authorized to provide such recognition.

·  A copy of an identification document accrediting that you are over 45 years old.

·  Documentation that accredits that you live in a family that is under protection or that you have dependents.

·  Any other documentation accrediting that you are in an extraordinary situation.