Here you will find all the information and links concerning the two annual exams for the assessment exams for University Entrance (EBAU-UNED) for internaitonal high school students both in May and September 2019.
Your guide for the EBAU-UNED University Entry Exam.
Academia Guiu, the guarantee of success to prepare the University Entry Exam in Barcelona, provides all the useful information related to the UNED University Entry Exam.
Every year there are two calls for university entry exams.
The ordinary call is in the month of May and the extraordinary one takes place in September. The duration of the exams is one hour and a half per subject.
The EBAU-UNED exam 2019 takes place on May 20th-24th.
An hour and a half per subject
The university pre-enrollment must be done on the Internet in the website that the Generalitat de Catalunya has created for this purpose
There you will find all the information and instructions necessary to formalize the pre-enrollment.
In order to carry out any paperwork, you will need the accesnet code that any student who is in the last year of High School in Catalonia already has from the moment he/she enrolled in the EBAU.Access to pre-enrollment
For the calculation of the admission grade, the two highest grades in those subjects in the specific phase according to their weight are chosen.
Here you will find the weighting grid for the High School subjects that apply to enter a university degree in 2019.See the grid
Download the June cut-off grades in pdf format for later reference.Cutting-off grades 1st call June 2018 Cutting-off grades 2nd call September 2018
If you want more information about the UNED university entry exams we affer you this guide.
Access the UNEDassis page and check a complete guide with all the information you may need.Go to UNEDassis
Acces the UNEd page to check your grade.Check grades
Use this search engine to find courses that may interest you in the database of the University Department of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
The results will be shown in a new tab on the universities page of the Generalitat.
The objective of the EBAU (University Entry Exams), for students who have studied outside Spain is to assess their academic maturity, knowledge, and skills acquired in the High School.
The contents of these tests are determined by the curriculum of the second Spanish High School year.
In our classes, these contents will be worked on thoroughly, orienting the learning to a perfect performance during the exams.
Our teachers, university graduates, are specialists in each of the subjects and have the experience and empathy necessary to provide a high-quality training.
That is why we guarantee a passing degree on these tests to all students who prepare for it with us.
The entry exam to the university (EBAU) is structured in two phases:
1. The General Phase, mandatory for all High School students.
Specific phase, of a voluntary nature, for students who need to improve their scores.
It has five subjects:
The student is examined for a maximum of 3 subjects, which must be related to the university degree they wish to study. Our specialists will inform you and guide you on the subjects that best suit you, taking into account the subsequent studies you want to carry out. For this, we use the weighting grid.
Since 2017, the common subject of the general phase can also be counted as a subject of the specific phase..
The general phase grade (GPG) is the arithmetic mean of the five exercises. Each of the exercises is scored from 0 to 10.
It is essential to have a GPG equal to or greater than 4 points to obtain an acceptance grade.
The acceptance grade for High School students, comes from 60% of the average grade of the High School (HSA) and 20% of the grade of the general phase, that is:
Admission grade = 0.6 * HSA + 0.4 * GPG
It is considered that a student has passed the EBAU if this grade is higher than 5 points. Once obtained, it has indefinite validity, IT DOES NOT EXPIRE.
The acceptance grade for students with a Higher Education Degree is the average grade obtained in the degree.
The admission grade is the result of adding the points obtained by completing the Specific Phase to the acceptance grade.
This grade can be different according to the University Degree want to access and the subjects of the Specific Phase that we have done.
The grades of the subjects are multiplied by a coefficient (0, 0.1 or 0.2) according to the connection that this subject has with the studies that we want to carry out.
For each University Degree, the calculation of the admission grade follows this formula:
Admission Grade = Acceptance Grade + a x E1 + b x E2
E1-2 = Mark obtained in each of the subjects of the specific phase, provided that it has a score of, at least, 5 out of 10. a-b = weight values 0 - 0.1 - 0.2, depending on the chosen degree.
This admission grade is between 5 and 14 points and is with which you will "compete" with the rest of the candidates to get the university place you want.
The grades obtained in the specific phase are valid for two years.
In Spain, the system to assign university places is based on the law of supply and demand.
If there are more candidates than university places for certain studies, the system chooses those students who have a better admission grade.
In June the UNIVERSITY PRE-ENROLLMENT is carried out, through which the students choose which degree/s they want and in which university they want to study them.
In Catalonia, applicants can apply to a maximum of 8 degrees.
From our office, we will advise and accompany you in this process of university pre-enrollment so that, following the procedure, you have the maximum opportunities to get the desired place.
These requests can be sent to different autonomous communities. If you are assigned places in more than one of them, you decide which one you enroll in.
Once the term for the presentation of applications has closed, the system, taking into account exclusively the admission grades, will assign the university places and the cut-off grade for each of the undergraduate / university studies will be published.
This grade indicates the minimum mark to obtain the place during the current year, in the June call, and may vary every year.
As a guide, here you can see the grades in Catalonia after the June call in previous years.
Once you have been assigned a university place, if you like it, you only have to register at the academy or faculty assigned to you.
If you are not assigned your first option, you can still wait for the different reassignments, to improve the assigned place.
In the academy, we will give you all the details and tips so you can make the most of your options to get the place you really want. And we will keep you informed of the enrollment deadlines and start of your university classes.
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY UNIVERSITY LIFE
*The payment of the enrollment or reservation of a seat will not be refundable in any case.
Select the course you want to receive information about. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.