Yes, you must always deliver the first enrollment and each one of the modifications that you make signed.
You must enter sevius.us.es/ academic data / degree or master's degree / enrollment / proof of enrollment:
You have to go to the end of this page and you will see the pdfs of the different receipts, the date on which they have been paid, the ones that remain pending payment and you will even be able to see if you have any refund pending request / charge that an amount will appear in negative (-).
You must enter sevius.us.es/ academic data / degree or master / academic record or summary of record.
On academic record: all subjects taken and their grades.
In summary file: summary of credits passed and the average grade.
You must present a general instance requesting the modification of your bank details, remember that you must clearly indicate:
-The 20 digits of the account including the IBAN.
-Name, surname and ID of the holder.
The secretary will send you the SEPA direct debit order for the account holder to sign.
When you receive the notification that your scholarship has been denied, you must request at the secretariat that we modify your enrollment:
Complete a general request requesting that we remove the scholarship discount applied, the next receipts will be recalculated.
You must request it at the Institute of Languages of the University of Seville, remember that you must make an appointment.
The credits for the recognition of credits for courses / activities are incorporated into the file as elective credits, not for elective subject.
No, it is done ex officio
More info: https://fcom.us.es/en/secretaria/04-refund
If you want to transfer your file from other studies / university you must meet the following requirement:
Art 3 / 3.1 Applicants must prove that they have obtained an admission grade in the year of their admission to the University equal to or higher than that necessary in that year to access the studies requested at the University of Seville
You must request a duplicate at the secretariat due to loss the university degree.