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Admission and Enrolment

Admission Process

Admission to Bachelor’s degrees, in three steps

Frequently Asked Questions

With answers

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Compulsory as from the 2022-2023 academic year for all new students

What makes us special

Friendly and welcoming approach

At a college with less than 700 students and more than 60 teachers, the relationship between teachers and students becomes very close. All this benefits the quality of the learning experience.

University tutorials

As part of our policy to foster individualised attention, at University College Alberta Giménez we have been applying a system of individual tutorials for years, enabling regular and careful monitoring of our students’ progress. Each student has a university tutor, in addition to their subject tutors. A unique and constant point of reference they can turn to.

Connecting with the working world

University College Alberta Giménez has over 200 collaboration agreements in place with the most outstanding educational, communication and sporting establishments in the Balearic Islands. We promote both course placements and extracurricular placements. From very early on, the focus is placed on connecting students with the job market and fostering their entrepreneurial spirit.

Positive rating of the companies

The average score attained by the tutors and supervisors of the students at University College Alberta Giménez in follow-up surveys is high: an average of 8.44 out of 10 (data from the survey for the 2020-2021 academic year). The students also rate our placement processes very highly.

Educating with values

The Pureza de María community, owner of this college, has been devoted to teacher training since 1872. Its long 150-year history has borne much fruit on three continents. Its main mission is the integral education of the person, guided by Christian humanism.

The university is something more

Our work as teachers is not only based on teaching a curriculum. At our university, we want to go further: we educate people who are responsible, trustworthy, aware, competent, critical, compassionate and committed, and capable of building a better world. A university degree opens the mind to thinking with order and rigour, which enables new skills to be developed and the ability to adapt to a constantly changing world.

What benefits does a Bachelor’s degree bring me?

What both the degrees taught at University College Alberta Giménez and those given by any other academic establishment have in common is that they train young people in two respects. On the one hand, they teach the knowledge and skills corresponding to the qualification, thereby opening doors for the future to an important activity in society. And, on the other hand, a university degree opens the mind to thinking with order and rigour, and develops human and social skills which raise the person to another level, enabling them to perform other activities that are not intrinsic to the qualification. The great advantage of university is that those who are interested learn to think, to reason, to build a discourse, to analyse and to navigate society. At the same time, it trains them to channel creative impulses through adopting development techniques and mechanisms that are highly productive for those who master them.

However, there are more advantages: a university student, according to statistics, is less likely to be unemployed and normally earns a higher salary than those without that academic training. All the qualifications provided at University College Alberta Giménez open the way to the Administration’s competitive examination processes, in which university graduates can access level A, the best paid level. At the same time, all our qualification programmes lead on to opportunities in the world of education, which are only possible with a university degree.

Tranquil environment and good transport links

The University College Alberta Giménez has very good transport links, through both road networks and public transport, and also for cyclists: the Palma bicycle path network is very close by. Students enjoy quality education, with a global approach, in Mallorca, in a tranquil environment such as that offered by the Vileta district.

A college whose doors are open

Every academic year, we hold two open days between February and April so that you and your friends and family can tour our college and get more detailed replies to your questions. Arranging a personal interview to gain more information about the degree you are interested in is always easy.

What opportunities does your course open up?

Testimonials from former students

Who do I contact if I need more information?

Marta Ruiz and Elena Montero, from the Admissions Department

Opening hours
Monday to Wednesday, from 09:00 to 13:30 and from 15:00 to 18:00. Thursday and Friday, from 07:30 to 15:00
By scheduled appointment only

For any queries about the Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and degrees in Communication, please contact Elena Montero, [email protected]

For any queries about the courses on Education (Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees) and Sports Science, please contact Marta Ruiz, [email protected]

Admission to Bachelor’s degrees, in three steps

1

In accordance with the deadlines, register online and pay the admission fee (€60for the 2023-2024 academic year). Submit your application and the required documentation electronically (recommended option) or in person to the Admissions Department (send it by recorded delivery if you live outside Mallorca)

2

Personal interview. This enables us to get to know you and understand better the reasons prompting you to choose your Bachelor’s degree or dual degree programme

3

Test your language proficiency level online at University College Alberta Giménez for Catalan, Spanish and English (except Nursing).

Pre-registration: closed for all bachelor’s degrees Net admission period: february 2024 arrow_forward

Your initial enrolment, in three steps

1

Enrol via the university’s web page within the set time limits: from 10 to 27 July (both inclusive) / from 5 to 22 September (both inclusive). In September, the online enrolment will be active from 5 September at 8:00 until 22 September at 20:00

2

Pay the sum shown as “amount” of your enrolment, the initial tuition fee and university fees within the set time limits. You can pay via POS terminal (card) or transfer (automated payment)

3

Submit all the required documentation in the established way and within the set time limits. Make an appointment with the Secretary’s Office through the form (you will not be seen without an appointment)

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Enrolment of students who are continuing their courses, in three steps

1

Enrol via the university’s online enrolment form between the set time limits: from 10 to 27 July (both inclusive) and from 5 to 22 September (both inclusive). In September, the online enrolment will be active from 5 September at 8:00 until 22 September at 20:00

2

Pay the sum shown as amount of your enrolment, the initial tuition fee and university fees within the set time limits. You can pay via POS terminal or transfer

3

For AUTOMATED PAYMENTS (transfers), you must submit all the required documentation in person and in accordance with the established way and time limits.You must make an appointment online with the Secretary’s Office (you will not be seen without an appointment)

Next enrolment period: july 2024arrow_forward

What if I have any queries about enrolment?

Secretary’s Office, University College Alberta Giménez (CESAG)

1-10 September opening hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 09:00 to 13:30.
CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY

FAQ

How much do the Bachelor’s degree
and dual degree programmes at University College Alberta Giménez cost?

University College Alberta Giménez (CESAG) is a non-profit institution. All that is received is put towards maintaining our personnel and facilities. It receives no subsidies of any type, and therefore the students pay for the cost of their education. In any case, students have access to grants and financial aid, both from our college and from public and private institutions.

What does each of the degrees require of you?

Students have to be interested and keen to better themselves, to learn, to discover a world they didn’t know. This is the basic starting point. If there is no desire to improve, to understand, to gain knowledge, if there is no clear drive to progress, we can’t take up a challenge such as studying for a Bachelor’s degree

How does entry to the Master’s and postgraduate studies work?

Entry to Master’s and postgraduate studies is regulated in a similar way to that of the Bachelor’s degrees. There are two procedures for pre-registration (applying for admission) and for enrolment. The entry requirements, documentation to be submitted and the admission process are explained in detail on their web pages.

Numbers to remember

The University College Alberta Giménez regulations, with a summary of the most essential aspects (those that will affect you the most when beginning university).

Useful information for new students

Have you lost your pre-registration username and password? How can I forward the university’s email to my usual account? You have the answer here.

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