The following are the steps to be taken to enter the Nursing, Physiotherapy, Human Nutrition and Dietetics degree courses of the Blanquerna URL Faculty of Health Science:
1) Pre-enrolment: from 3 November 2020 until 28 June 2021.
2) Entrance tests: two/three periods during the course, once the student has pre-enrolled.
2) Enrolment: a place on the course can be reserved or enrolment can be made definitive, once both the university entrance tests and the specific Blanquerna ones have been passed.
The Pharmacy degree has a different process.
100€ (non-returnable), corresponding to pre-enrolment rights. Payment will be via credit card or direct debit via a safe and confidential process pertaining to BBVA/Catalunya Caixa.
How is this done:
Online: The process indicated on the pre-enrolment website. must be followed.
Onsite, The Prospective Students Department of the Faculty, with the required documentation.
Documentation to be presented:
- Pre-enrolment form (this can be downloaded in a pdf format) completed (only if pre-enrolment is carried out onsite)
- Photocopy of DNI-national identity card(both sides)
- 1 passport-size photograph with your name and with the DNI number on the back
- Photocopy of the certificates required for university access (PAU, CFGS, etc) if these are available when pre-enrolling.
The deadline for presenting all documentation is 28 June 2021.
Any student wishing to access the degree courses by the faculty must take an entrance test. The date, the time and the place of this test is communicated once pre-enrolment has been formalized.
Entrance criteria will be determined by the qualification of this test, which will be combined with the certificate to qualify for university entrance (PAU, CFGS, etc.).
Once this entrance test has been passed, the student can do the matriculation.
Dates of the entrance test:
- Wednesday 20 January, 18p.m
- Saturday 27 February, 9.30a.m
- Wednesday 14 April, 9.30a.m
- Saturday 29 May, 9.30a.m
- Tuesday 26 June, 9.30a.m
The student can opt for a conditioned matriculation or definitive matriculation.
1) Conditioned matriculation: conditioned matriculation involves reserving a place depending on selectivity results or CFGG, it is formalized once the Blanquerna-URL entrance test has been passed. This matriculation guarantees a place and allows the applicant to choose the timetable format if the degree has more than one, providing there are vacancies.
To opt for this type of matriculation, it is vital for the student to present his / her results from the first year of high school or from the first year of technical college, before doing the Faculty entrance test.
The payment conditions are the same as those that apply to definitive matriculation, meaning that 50% of the total price of enrolment will have to be paid. If the student does not pass Selectivity or technical college, this fee will be returned and the place and timetable format will be lost. If there are vacancies, anyone wishing to can join a waiting list for those taking selectivity in September and the money will be withheld, but this student will no longer have preference as far as the timetable format is concerned.
2) Definitive matriculation: definitive matriculation can be done if the student has the required qualifications to enter the university (selectivity, CFGS, etc.) when enrolling. Once he/she is admitted to the degree, he / she will apply for the place and the timetable format at that moment. The timetable format will be assigned on enrolment in accordance with the order of pre-enrolment, as long as there are places available.
Payment of tuition fees is fractioned, without the application of interest. When enrolling, the student must pay 50% of the total cost of the credits enrolled on; the remaining 50% is paid over nine months via direct debit (5 payments of 6% and 4 of the remaining 5%).
In accordance with the established conditions, once enrolment has been formalized, the amount paid cannot be returned under any circumstances.
In the case of a conditioned matriculation, if the student does not pass Selectivity or CFGS, the fee will be returned and the place will be lost. If there are vacancies, anyone wishing to can join a waiting list for those taking selectivity in September and the money will be withheld, but this student will no longer have preference as far as the timetable format is concerned.
1. With the acceptance of the clauses contained in the enrolment form a contract is formalized for the provision of teaching services involving the student and the Fundació Blanquerna, conditioned by the agreed payment and abiding by the established prerequisites applicable to university entry regulations (Organic Law 2/2006) and to those of the Fundació Blanquerna.
2. In accordance with 2.4 of general enrolment conditions, if a student foregoes the place, he/she loses the fee paid.
3. The student accepts the regulations concerning the use of computer services established by the Fundació Blanquerna.
4. The student’s personal data will be treated in accordance with legislation stipulations and enrolment conditions."
Footnote: this section provides guidance concerning the general enrolment conditions and therefore does not have contractual implications. If there is any disagreement, the General Enrolment Conditions stipulated on the enrolment receipt will prevail. This receipt formalizes the contract between the student and the Fundació Blanquerna, and the student can always consult the intranet -SCALA-.
Foreign students with high school qualifications must comply with the entrance conditions of the Universitat Ramon Llull in accordance with Royal Decree 412/2014 of 6 June, meaning the following:
Students from educational systems within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), or those with which Spain has an agreement, and international high school qualifications:
The student must request the credentials that certify that he / she meets the prerequisites to apply to do a university course of study from the National Distance University (UNED). (Therefore, Selectivity need not be presented, but without the credentials he / she will not be able enroll on our degree courses.)The countries that can use this procedure are: Germany, Andorra, Austria, European Schools (European baccalaureate), International Baccalaureate , Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, China and Cyprus.
Students from educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and that have no agreement with Spain:
These can access our degree courses by validating their high school qualification with Spain’s Ministry of Education or that of the autonomous communities that have this competence as is the case of the Generalitat of Catalonia. With the application for validation, they can enrol and start the degree course, but this will be a matriculation conditioned by definitive validation. It must be borne in mind that validating studies can take three months, so this process will have to be carried out at the same time as doing the enrolment process. If the resolution of such validation is not achieved within the deadline set by the person involved, the results of the tests and the resulting enrolment will be null and void.
Candidates with a European Union nationality, or a Spanish residence, and who come from non-European educational systems that have no agreement with Spain, contact the University Student Information and Orientation service (email@example.com).
Department of Prospective Students
t. +34 932533069