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Undergraduate

Refunds at the Bilbao and San Sebastian campuses

Fee implications of withdrawal and cancellation of enrolment

Withdrawal

In the case of withdrawal, the entire amount of the fees paid will be refunded once enrolment has been cancelled.
Cancellation of enrolment
Applications for cancellation of enrolment submitted within 14 calendar days of enrolment will be exempt from payment and, where appropriate, you will be entitled to a full refund. The Right of Withdrawal, as established in RDL 1/2007, of 16 November, consolidated text of the General Law on Consumer and User Protection, (Article 68 and following), does not produce a refund of the pre-enrolment fee because said service was performed prior to enrolment.


The University of Deusto will refund the amount of the pre-enrolment fee to those students who are not allowed to enrol as they fail to meet the legal requirements for entry or admission to the degree programme concerned. This refund will be made after enrolment, provided the candidates provides duly justified reasons. In no way shall the fact that the candidate has been admitted to other studies be a justified reason.

Once this period has elapsed, students will be required to pay the full fee.

First semester subjects

Following expiry of the previous deadline, applications for cancellation of enrolment submitted prior to 5 October will be exempt from payment of tuition fees for the subjects concerned. Applications submitted from 5 October to 7 November, both inclusive, will be charged 50% of the corresponding tuition fees. Cancellations requested after the closing date will not be eligible for refunds or reductions in fees.

Second semester subjects

Applications for cancellation of enrolment submitted prior to 6 March will be exempt from payment of tuition fees for the subjects concerned. Applications submitted from 6 March to 6 April will be charged 50% of the corresponding tuition fees. Cancellations requested after the closing date will not be eligible for refunds or reductions in fees.

 

Fee reduction

 Distinction Grades

Distinction grades obtained in pre-university studies: Students who have obtained an overall mark of Distinction in the 2nd year of the Baccalaureate or equivalent will be awarded a reduction in tuition equivalent to 1 ECTS credit. To be eligible for a fee reduction, you must submit a certified copy (or a photocopy and original document for verification purposes) of the page in your academic transcript for the Baccalaureate where such mark is shown. This reduction will be applied proportionally to each monthly payment.


Distinction grades obtained in University studies: For distinctions obtained in any subject (s) in one or several subjects of their programme of study at the University of Deusto, students will be entitled to a reduction in tuition fees equivalent to the contribution fee or the first tuition fee payment, for the same number of credits in the corresponding subjects.
This reduction will be applied proportionally to the monthly payments for the course.
 

Application by degree type for which distinction is obtained:

Bachelor’s degree programmes: This reduction in fees will apply to the student's enrolment in the following academic year, and it will only apply to the credits of the same programme of study or second-cycle programmes that can be accessed with the degree obtained, or a first-cycle degree completed at the University of Deusto.

Maximum Fee Reduction: The number of credits applied at distinction level will not be higher than those for which students enrol. The total amount of reductions in tuition fees for Distinction grades and Scholarships awarded by the University will not be higher than the full amount of tuition fees.
 

Fee reductions for benefit recipients under the Basque Government - University of Deusto Agreement


Through the Agreement between the Basque Government and the University of Deusto, UD students are also eligible to receive the benefits established yearly by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research. The Basque Government agrees to provide a specific budgetary aid allocation to these groups. If the amounts requested by the students eligible for this aid exceeds the allocated amount, it will be reduced proportionally based on the number of students entitled to receive it.

Applications can be submitted based on the following criteria:

  • General or special category large families.
  • Victims of terrorist attacks or relatives of victims of a terrorist attack.
  • Students with a 33% degree of disability or higher or a family member with a 65% disability or higher.
  • Victims of gender violence or relatives of victims of gender violence.
  • Asylum applicant, recipient of international protection for stateless persons.


Reductions applicable in each case will be based on the public price set for each degree programme and not on the fees for these studies at our University. In order to apply for these reductions, you must complete the application form and attach the supporting documents required in each case, as shown on the back of the application form. You must submit your application to the General Secretariat no later than 30 September 2019.

Applications for these fee reductions must be submitted on a yearly basis. Once enrolment has been duly completed, the University will submit the declaration stating the persons applying for benefits and the corresponding amounts to the Basque Government. Once the list of applicants who meet the requirements has been submitted, the amounts paid will be refunded. Once a refund has been made, recipients will be notified by email.
Under no circumstances can the settlement exceed the amount stipulated by the Basque Government in the agreement signed with the UD.

“PUBLIC FEES THAT DETERMINE THE FEE REDUCTIONS TO BE APPLIED IN THE 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR”.