Thanks to the evaluation questionnaire on the course you may anonymously share your opinion on each course you have taken an exam for. It is compulsory to fill out the online questionnaires to sign up to take the exams.
The professors and university bodies will use these questionnaires to improve the learning material, the program and the content of the courses. The responses to the questionnaires [ITA] are summarized and published each year on the university website.
Login to the personal area and register for an exam.
Check when you can sign up for exam appeals and check the number of people signed up.
We encourage students to take into account any possible updates to the calendars and to keep these dates free, taking note of the location of the exams after the appeal registration lists are made available.
Also see the appeal calendar for the different exam sessions throughout the academic year.
The study plan can include exams worth 12 ECTS, exams in which the teaching of a module can be undertaken by different professors.
To take these exams, students must not enrol in the modules worth 6 ECTS; they must always reference the exam code for 12 ECTS present in their own study plan and will reserve in the list for each mid-term examination, when it is activated.
The lists for mid-term exams are opened on professors’ application and as a rule they coincide with dates assigned to the modules worth 6 ECTS. The mid-term lists are only used for the electronic registration of the tests taken (even in different exam sessions) until the completion of the total 12 ECTS.
When the mid-term lists are not active, students should enrol in the 12 ECTS list, that by rule coincides with the scholar’s fixed data for the second part of the exam.
For written exams, the scholar communicates the date of the publication of results to the students, as well as the possible date for those who wish to see their paper.
Correction of written exams usually occurs within around 12 working days. When the scholar has finished correcting the work, he will hand over the exam results to those that were in attendance.
Students receive an automatic email in their inbox ( email@example.com) and will be advised on the necessity to express their explicit acceptance or possible refusal of the grade.
Students should log on to their Personal Area: on the notice board of results each student will see their individual grade, not the marks of other students that took the same exam.
If the student intends to refuse the grade, they must explicitly say so online within 8 days of the results being posted. If the student does not accept nor reject the grade, consent by silence is applied and the grade will be accepted.
After 8 days of the results being posted, the scholar can proceed with the registration. The grades will only be visible in the record book after verbalisation.
Those that urgently want to obtain their exam verbalisation (e.g. Students who are about to graduate) may be able to request this of the scholar, who will agree upon the process with the Humanities Campus.
Eventual changes to the grade before official verbalisation can only be produced by the scholar after 8 days aforementioned for the refusal or acceptance of a grade.
Last update: 02/09/2019