Secretary’s Office

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Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm

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Calendar and Assessment

Scholarships and Grants

Students can apply for scholarships and grants from both the Ministry of Education and the Regional Government of Andalusia. They are processed from the official websites of these bodies and you can find all the documents, requirements and dates at

Waiving the admissions period and Cancelling registration

Generic request and form

If you would like to make a suggestion or complaint, please fill out a form detailing your case, what you would like to request and the documents you are providing. This form must be signed and submitted to the centre’s Secretary’s Office.

General online submission:

Certificates

If you need a certificate stating your grades or that you are registered at the centre, please fill in the following document, specifying why you need it, and submit it to the Secretary’s Office.

Qualification application

Collecting Projects and Final Works

You must collect your Work/Final Project/Integrated Project (original piece and copy of the project), in the first trimester of the following second year, but no earlier than October. It is obligatory to request collection in writing at the Secretary’s Office and we recommend arranging the day and time by telephone in order to speed the process up. It is compulsory to have requested the qualification and paid the corresponding fees.

During the period that the Works/Final Projects/Integrated Projects are left at the centre they may be exhibited as part of the different activities organized by the school. They may only be used to promote or raise awareness about the centre, and may never be used for the centre’s profit; the authors of the works will always be informed of their various uses and the authors’ names will be given.

Procedural safeguards

In the event that there is still a dispute after the final grade in a module/course has been awarded, and a request has been made for the teacher to review it, students, or their legal representatives in the case of minors, may request in writing that this grade be reviewed within two working days from the date on which the communication was made.

The review request must contain all the allegations that justify the disagreement with the final grade. This application must conform with the form included as Annex VII in the Order of Procedural Safeguards.

The review request will be processed by the head of studies, who will transfer it to the head of the Department of Didactic Coordination that governs the module with the contested grade, and will communicate the situation to the student’s tutor.

During the process of reviewing the final grade obtained in a module, the teaching staff of the corresponding department will check, on the first working day following the end of the review request period, the actions followed in the assessment process, paying particular attention to ascertain that the assessment objects, content and criteria applied meet those in the corresponding teaching programme. After this study, the teaching coordination department will prepare the corresponding reports, which will include a description of the events and prior actions, the analysis performed in accordance with this point and the decision taken to modify or ratify the final grade under review.

The head of the corresponding Didactic Coordination Department will transfer the report to the head of studies, who will inform the student’s tutor by providing a copy of the written report.

The head of studies will inform the relevant parties in writing about the well-founded decision to ratify or modify the reviewed grade.

In the event that the disagreement with the final grade obtained in a module persists after the school review process, students, or their legal representatives in the case of minors, may make a request in writing to the school management, within two working days from the last communication from the school, asking that the complaint be submitted to the corresponding Provincial Delegation of the Department of Education.

The school management will send the complaint file to the corresponding Provincial Delegation, including the reports prepared by the centre and any data it considers relevant about the student’s assessment process, as well as the claimant’s new allegations and the director’s report on these allegations, if appropriate.

The person in charge of the Provincial Delegation of the Department of Education will make the relevant decision, which will be immediately communicated to the school management so that it can be applied and transferred to the relevant party.

The decision by the head of the Provincial Delegation of the Department of Education will bring the administrative procedure to a close.

In the event that the claim is upheld, the appropriate measures will be taken to correct the grade in the assessment report.

In the event that the claim is rejected again, the student may initiate a contested administrative appeal.

Official Fees

Please check all the official fees on the Regional Government of Andalusia’s Ministry of Education and Sport website.

http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/educacion/portals/web/ced/tasas

University Admission

PEVAU. All the relevant information can be found by clicking on this link:
http://www.uco.es/pie/acceso-pevau

Distrito Único Andaluz. All the relevant information can be found by clicking on this link:
https://www.juntadeandalucia.es/economiaconocimientoempresasyuniversidad/sguit/

Links of Interest

  • Art Education Regional Government of Andalucía

http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/educacion/portals/web/ced/artisticas

Regulations

    • Occupational category: art applied to books
      Decree 185/1997 of 15 July 1997.
      • Intermediate Vocational Training Course in Screen Printing
      • Advanced Vocational Training Course in Artistic Bookbinding
    • Occupational category: jewellery art
      Decree 107/98 of 12 May 1998
      • Intermediate Vocational Training Course in Gold and Silversmithing Techniques
      • Advanced Vocational Training Course in the Art of Gold and Silversmithing
    • Occupational category: art applied to sculpture
      Order 2 August 2016

      • Advanced Vocational Training Course in the Art of Cabinetmaking
      • Advanced Vocational Training Course in Sculpture Moulds and Reproductions
      • Advanced Vocational Training Course in Sculpture Techniques

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