Ramon Llull University has a Commission for Attention to Diversity, which deals with regulations regarding students with disabilities and provides information regarding projects, scholarships, deadlines for applications and other type of opportunities for these students. Our school representative on the Commission is professor Cat Otey:
Students with special educational needs must communicate their situation to the School Registrar through their seminar tutor so that we can ensure that they have all the conditions they may need to be able to follow lectures, and to ensure that essays and exams have been duly adapted if necessary.
Links of interest (application dates for scholarships, etc.):
Professor Ferran Toutain is in charge of this service, which aims to offer students who are particularly interested in humanities (philosophy, history, literature, art) advice and guidance on work in this field, with the intention of allowing them to deepen their knowledge in these matters, solve the doubts that may be posed in their personal or academic readings, or simply establish a dialogue with the professor in charge of subjects in the field of humanities.
The service is open to all students of the School. To request it, you can contact Ferran Toutain by email:
The Personal Guidance Service (SOP) consists of an interdisciplinary team of personal counsellors who, from a psychoeducational perspective, receive on an individual basis all those students that choose to ask for guidance concerning difficulties of a personal, academic, and/or social nature. This service is free of charge for all students. SOP Website.
Registration to email@example.com.
Place: Faculty of Psychology, Sciences of Education and Sport Blanquerna.
As is stipulated in the academic regulations, students officially considered to be elite athletes must inform us so that we can make their studies and sports activities compatible and provide them with the follow-up they may need.
Students who are eligible to request such an adaptation must consult this document, drawn up by Blanquerna FPCEE, which includes the corresponding operational criteria, and then they must contact the Registrar’s office.
The Pastoral Area provides spaces for reflection and offers the following services: personal attention, the celebration of Faith, preparation and celebration of the Sacraments, reflection and culture, professional and religious support, and information about ecclesiastic life.