Unique final assessment
The Unique Final Assessment is regulated in Article 8 of the Regulations for the evaluation and grading of students at the University of Granada. Applications will be made through the electronic office (Sede Electrónica), within the established deadline. Applications made by email will not considered.
Assessment due to extenuating circumstances
The assessment due to extenuating circumstances is regulated in Article 9 of the Regulations for the assessment and grading of students at the University of Granada. Applications will be made through the electronic office (Sede Electrónica). Applications made by email will not considered.
|Extenuating circumstance||Deadline||Documentation to submit with the application|
|Attendance (same day and time) at a meeting of a university commission or university representation||From the receipt of the summons to the exam date||Original of the call|
|Participation of high-level and high-performance athletes in official competitions. Participation in ofical sport events representing the Universidad de Granada||At least ten business days before the exam date||Documentation to certify such a circumstance|
|Overlaping (same day and time) of the exams of two subjects that correspond to two different years and/or programmes||The Faculty of Economics and Business has a special procedure. Students must check with the Faculty|
|In case of illness duly certified by means of a official medical certificate||From five days before the exam date to five days after it||Official medical certificate|
|Due to the death of a relative up to the second degree kinship or relationship that occurred in the ten days prior to the scheduled date for the exam||Up to five days after the exam date||Certificate of death and proof of the degree of kinship or relationship|
|Beginning of an outgoing mobility at a university whose academic calendar requires the student to be at the destination on dates that coincide with the exam date||At least twenty business days before the exam date||Certificate of scholarship and documentation to certify that the student must be at the destination the date of the exam|
Assessment for mobility students
The call for mobility students is regulated in Article 20 of the Regulations for the evaluation and qualification of students at the University of Granada. Students of the Faculty of Economic and Business must request it, in writing, at the International Relations Office of the Faculty. Applications made by email will not considered.