1. General enrolment conditions
  2. Enrolment conditions
  3. Incompatibilities
  4. Final year project
  5. Examinations and grades
  6. Credit transfers and recognition

1.General enrolment conditions

1.1. Official enrolment
1.2. Enrolment Application
1.3. Course Modifications

1.1. Official enrollment
Only students who complete the official enrolament procedure will be admitted to programs at La Salle Enginyeria.

1.2. Enrolment Application
Students must apply within the deadlines that are determined and published annually. Enrolling students must meet both the requirements established by the admissions department of La Salle Campus Barcelona and the admission requirements of the Ramon Llull University

Conditionals are not granted to applying students, with the exception of foreign students who are awaiting the homologation of high school and pre-university studies from the Ministry of Education and Science, and who have passed the University Entrance Exam (PAU in Spanish).

To enrol on the second cycle of engineering, students must pass the presentation of the Final Year Project in October or December.

1.3. Course Modifications
In the event of an error occurring in the enrolment process within the stipulated period, the enrolment may be changed or modified during the stipulated period (in October).

2. Enrolment conditions

2.1. First-year Students
2.2. Enrolment on courses from more than one academic year 
2.3. Enrolment on a new academic course 
2.4. Department intensification and specialization 

2.1. First-year students
Students that have subjects pending from first year must enrol on these subjects and re-sit them in second year.

Students that only have passed or transferred half or less of the first-year credits, will have to enrol on the pending subjects.


Students who do not obtain a minimum of 20 credits from the course subjects on completion of their first academic year shall not be eligible to continue their studies at this institution. Credits obtained through transfers or recognition are not considered as obtainable credits.

The Academic Evaluation Board shall apply this measure to students in light of their progress and academic performance. 

2.2. Enrolment on courses from more than one academic year

The subjects that a student is enrolled on must belong to the same academic year or at the most, to two consecutive academic years.

If the total number of credits of both academic years is less than 75 credits, students may enrol on the necessary  subjects to meet the credit requirements.

Therefore, students can enrol on subjects they choose, provided they respect the rules established in the previous paragraph. Credits obtained through transfers or recognition are not considered as obtainable credits.

2.3. Enrolment on a new academic course
In order to enrol on subjects of a new academic year, students will have to enrol on any pending subjects from previous courses, unless they have dropped out of the undergraduate degree the subjects belong to.

2.4. Department intensification and specializationIn order to be eligible for the intensification or specialization courses of the Engineering School, students need the previous approval from the corresponding Department or Section. This authorization must be submitted when the payment of the enrolment fees is completed.

3. Incompatibilities

3.1. Pre-requisites 
3.2. Co-requisites

3.1. Pre-requisites and incompatibilities between subjects
Before finalizing the enrolment process, students must check whether there are any incompatibilities or pre-requisites for their chosen subjects.

Students must have necessary pre-requisites in order to enrol in some classes.

In exceptional circumstances, the Director of Studies may authorize the enrolment of a student on an incompatible subject, on request of the student.

If a student has no more than 3 subjects left to finish the undergraduate program, incompatibilities will not be taken into account, provided that the student enrols on all these subjects.

If a student has no more than 3 subjects left to finish the undergraduate program, incompatibilities will not be taken into account, provided that the student enrols on all these subjects.

3.2. Co-requisites

The subjects of Data Structures and Programming II are considered co-requisites, therefore it is necessary to enrol on both at the same time unless the student has already passed one of them or the subject has been officially accredited by the Academic Secretary.

To enroll on the subject of TV Communications, students must have passed either Television Electronic Engineering and/or Video Systems (both third-year subjects).

4. Final year project

Transfer students from other universities who have only the final project left cannot transfer their academic record to La Salle.

In order to enrol on the final project, students must have passed all the subjects from the penultimate year of their course program, and must enrol on all the remaining subjects.

The presentation of the final project in front of the Academic Evaluation Board requires the previous registration title of the project, together with the approval of the supervising teacher and the Head of Department.

The project is the final part of the degree program.

5. Exams and grades

5.1. Exams 
5.2. Appealing against a grade 
5.3. Grades and the Academic Evaluation Board

5.1. Exams
Students have the right to be officially examined and graded on every subject they are enrolled on.

The examination session is part of the course, and consequently students cannot waive exam session. If a student does not sit an exam, s/he will automatically lose the right to be graded and will have a “not presented” on her/his file.

5.2.  Appealing against a grade

Students have the right to appeal against the final grade of the subjects. The appeal and the resolution of the grade will be regulated by the following rules:

  • The student has 15 days from the publication of the grades to request the review of the exam that is the object of dispute. A written request is made to the Director.
  • The Director will arbitrate on the procedure s/he considers appropriate to solve the dispute.
  • Professors must keep the exams or documents used for grading the exams for at least for a month from the publication of the exam results in order to guarantee the possibility of review.

5.3. Awarding of Grades

Grades will only be awarded for the ordinary and extraordinary examination sessions, regardless of the dates or the type of evaluation. Given the nature of the extraordinary exam session, the mark awarded will replace the ordinary grade on the student’s academic record.

Exams results will be available on the following dates:

  • June exams: July 15th.
  • September exams: October 15th.
  • January and February exams: March 30th.

After the September exam session, students that have no more than two subjects remaining to complete their studies will have the right to take the exams for these subjects in the January/February session. This does not apply to the subject of English.

These students will have to officially enrol for all the subjects through the standard procedure, as set out in section 1.2 of these regulations.

In January/February there will be an extraordinary exam session. If a student fails the subject or subjects in this exam session, s/he will have the right to re-take the exams in the ordinary session in June and in the extraordinary session in September.

6. Credit transfers and recognition

6.1. In the event of student possessing credits from the same subject of an unfinished program at La Salle, the credit transfer of the grades and subjects will be automatically recognized during the Admission Process. 

6.2. Students wishing to transfer credits from subjects taken at other centres should must submit an application form addressed to the Director of the Academic Department together with the required documentation.

6.3. This request will include all the studies undertaken at the time of application, and the transfer will cover all the possible subjects of the degree program. Once credits have been transferred, this decision is irrevocable
Only subjects requested by the student will be processed.

6.4. Transfers will only be accepted on the strength of completed courses, never on subjects that have been previously recognized by other centres.

6.5. The Credit Transfer Committee will meet in October. Once the student has been informed of the resolution of her/his request, s/he will have to enrol on all the recognized subjects.

6.6. Documents required:

  • Official accredited degree, diploma or certificate.
  • Course guide or syllabus published by the corresponding university.
  • Course program included in the aforementioned syllabus or curriculum.

All these documents must be official, original, issued by the official authorities and, in the case of foreign students, legalized by diplomatic means, and accompanied by their official translation into Catalan or Spanish.