Rules of maximum period of study

General rules of maximum period of study

  • The student can formalize the enrollment with full-time or part-time dedication. The minimum number of credits to enroll for the part-time modality is 16 credits, not including recognized credits or training supplements. In the case of musical interpretation studies, part-time students must enroll in all the compulsory specialty credits in the first year.
  • To continue the same studies, the student must pass 20% of the credits registered the previous year. The subjects that have canceled the calls will not be considered registered.
  • The maximum period of study for both full-time and part-time students is six consecutive semesters, eight if they enroll in supplementary training. You can request the suspension of the stay for a duration not less than one semester for accredited reasons that justify it.
  • The student is considered to have dropped out of the master's degree when two consecutive academic years have elapsed without enrollment. If you have abandoned teaching having passed a credit, you can request readmission to the Director, who will request a report prior to the resolution from the master's coordination commission.
  • To pass a subject, the student has a maximum of three calls, regardless of whether he/she is a full-time or part-time student, and as long as it does not contradict the established semesters of permanence.
  • When a study plan expires, the student will have the right to be evaluated during the following two courses.
  • Esmuc promotes an effective adaptation of these permanence regulations to the characteristics of students with special needs through the assessment of the specific case and the adoption of specific measures.

The university masters in Performance of Early Music and Music as an Interdisciplinary Art are subject to the permanence rules of the UAB and the UB respectively. They are therefore excluded from this regulation.