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Once you have arrived at the UCM, you should first go to the Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales. The exchange student will have to fill out an application form with his/her personal data and bring a copy of his/her passport in order to complete the file (in case he/she has not brought it yet). There is an informative meeting at the beginning of every semester. The attendance is highly recommended since an information dossier would be distributed.
1.- ACADEMIC CALENDAR
These dates may differ slightly in each faculty. Please see our web page for a full list of faculties and their schedules.
2.- REGISTERING RESTRICTIONS
Visiting students can choose and register for every subject offered by the UCM (core, mandatory, elective or optional), taking into account that they must be offered either on the first or second semester. It is not possible to take an annual subject if the visiting student is not staying for the whole academic course (September to June)
Teachings at the UCM include theoretical and practical (with previous acceptance) courses, as well as a tutorship system.
The following exceptions must be acknowledge:
Visiting students who want to enrol at the Faculty of Economics, Law, Veterinary, Geography and History, Fine Arts, and Philology will receive guidance at the corresponding ERASMUS office.
If the students want to attend the courses not as visiting students, but as official students, they must follow the academic rules for students with foreign studies and the deadlines established by the UCM: http://www.ucm.es. For any question, they can contact to: firstname.lastname@example.org The procedures for access, pre-enrolment, and registration must be done by the student personally.
3.- REGISTRATION DATES
4.- REGISTRATION PLACE
Registration will take place in Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes (Edificio de Alumnos), in the section for Alumnos Visitantes.
Address: Avenida Complutense s/n, in front of the Metro station ‘Ciudad Universitaria’ on line 6. Buses: 82,132, F, and G.
Schedule: 9-13.30 h (Monday to Friday) and15:30to17:30(Tuesday to Thursday).
5.- REGISTRATION FEE WAIVER
The Vicerrectorado de Relaciones Internacionales (RR.II.) will offer registration fee waiver to the student accepted as exchange student by bilateral agreement (prior proposal from the coordinator of Exchange Relations or International Affairs at the foreign university). The International Affairs Office will provide the registration fee waiver credential to the student. Otherwise, the minimum price is approximately 300€, depending on the number of subjects taken and its grade of experimentality.
REMEMBER that once the registration is completed at the Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes (Servicio de Alumnos), the student must hand in a copy of the registration form and the blue sheet which contains the subjects enrolled and the professors.
6- REGISTRATION PROCESS
Steps to follow:
Once registered, you will receive a student card. This ‘carné de estudiante’ allows you to use all the university facilities: sports, clubs, libraries, computer rooms, etc. You will also be able to use the WiFi network and access the ‘campus virtual’ your registration number (13 digits)
7.- BEGINNING OF CLASSES
The exact beginning day of each semester depends on the Faculty and subject enrolled.
During the first few classes, we strongly recommend that you introduce yourself to the professor. This will remind him/her your condition as a visiting student when grading exams and assignments.
8.- END OF SEMESTER AND TRANSCRIPT
REMEMBER: The International Affairs Office will not be responsible for delivering the transcripts; visiting students must personally take responsibility for it. The subjects enrolled and passed will be recorded on the transcripts (failed subjects will not be registered on this certificate). If the visiting student cannot collect the transcripts before leavingMadrid, some considerations must be acknowledged:
If you have any doubt or difficulty during your stay as exchange student by bilateral agreement, you can come to the “Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales” from Monday to Friday (10.00h to14.00h).
Address: Pabellón de Gobierno, C/ Isaac Peral S/N (pedestrian pathway on the right side of the “Arco dela Victoria”). Metro: Moncloa station.
Tel: +34 91 394 69 20 / 69 49. Fax: +34 91 394 69 24. Email address: email@example.com