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Technical Committee for the credit recognition of the International Graduate Centre

The regulations for the recognition, transfer and adaptation of credits approved by an Agreement reached by the Governing Body of the University of Oviedo, dated on the 27th November, 2008, modified by an Agreement signed on the 28th April, 2011 by the Governing Body of the University of Oviedo, in which the Recognition, Transfer and Adaptation of Credits is approved, collects the procedures which must be followed by students so that they can get their credits recognized, transferred and adapted.

The competent bodies to solve are:

  1. The Centres' Technical Committees for Credit Recognition
  2. The University's General Committee for Credit Recognition which will submit the resolution proposal to the Rector.
  • The Technical Committee for Credit Recognition from the International Graduate Centre will be in charge of solving in accordance to the recognition, transfer and adaptation of credits and subjects linked to the degrees which it manages
  • The Committee will request reports or event technical advisory to the Master's Degrees' Academic Committees as it deems appropriate in order to meet the applications previously submitted.
  • The Technical Committee for the Credit Recognition from the International Graduate Centre will be composed by:
    1. The president who will be the Vice-rector with competencies in graduate issues or a specific member of the executive team who will be expressly appointed.
    2. The Secretary, who shall be the Head of Service with responsibilities in this matter but he/she will be a non-voting member.
    3. Three members, who will be university teachers or who will have a permanent contract belonging to the different Areas of Knowledge but also members of the Committee for Master's Degrees and Specific Degrees.
    4. A member who will be a student, elected by and among all the students who are members of the Committee for Master's Degrees and Specific Degrees, who will be a non-voting member.
  • The elected members' term of office will be two years, except for students that will just be for one year, unless they lose the condition by which they had been elected or appointed. In both cases, appointments shall be renewable for another term.

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