1 UNIVERSITY OF HUELVA GUIDE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SAPERE AUDE DARE TO KNOW
2 I.INFORMATION ABOUT OUR INSTITUTION 1. NAME AND ADDRESS: University of Huelva, C/ Dr. Cantero Cuadrado 6, Huelva Spain. 2. ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2005/ Semesters: Autumn Semester: 3 October 2005 to 17 January 2006 Spring Semester: 20 February 2006 to 16 June Examinations: New plans of study: Autumn Semester: from 30 January to 17 February Spring Semester or annual: from 19 June to 10 July September: from 1 to 20 September Holidays: 12 October Columbus Day. 1 November All Saints Day. 6 December Constitution Day. 8 December Inmaculate Conception. 28 February Andalusia Day. 23 April Holiday for the Rábida Campus Centres 1 May Labour Day. 8 September Holiday for the Huelva Centres.
3 2.6. University Holidays: 28 January Santo Tomás de Aquino. 3 March University of Huelva Day. 1, 2, 5 and 6 June Romería of El Rocío. Opening of the Academic Year 2005/2006 Holidays of each Centre or Faculty on agreement with the Centre Committee. 3. ACADEMIC AUTHORITIES The Rector is the chief executive of this University, which he administrates and represents. He is chosen by the whole university community through wighted average. He directs, governs and negotiates for the University. He develops the course of actions approved by the corresponding collegiate organs and carries out their agreements. The Rector, for the developments of his competences, is assisted by a Board of Direction which consists of Vice rectors, a General Secretary and an Executive RECTOR Excmo. Sr. Rector Magnífico: Professor Dr. Francisco J. Martínez López 3.2. BOARD OF DIRECTION 1. The Board of Direction is the means of coordination and the political impulse of the University of Huelva. 2. The Board of Direction is composed by: A) The Rector, who presides it, is the person who determines the issues to be discussed, and coordinates the actions of its members. They carry out the competences that article 20.1, in the Organic Law of Universities, confers to the Rector. B) Vice rectors. C) The General Secretary, who take care of the adopted agreements. D) An Executive 3. The Board of Direction, as such, lack of complete executive competences, as it is not linked to the rules of the collegiate organs contained in the law
4 30/1992, of 26 November, to the detriment of what is established in article 20, paragraph fourth, Law 6/2001, of 21 December. However, the following items constitute part of the common deliberations of the Board of Direction: A) The previous analysis of the items that the Board of Direction must approach in the University Council or in their comissions. B) The designation and dismissal of academic posts. C) The decisions that, because of their importance or repercussion, affect ample sectors of the university community. D) Any other determined by the Rector. 4. The deliberations of the Board of Direction and the agreements adopted in their meetings are of secret nature. However, all the agreements expressely decided could be made public for their general interest. 5. The substitution of the Rector depends on the Vice rector of higher academic condition and antiquity. VICE RECTOR FOR ACADEMIC ORDINATION AND FACULTY: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. Juan José García del Hoyo VICE RECTOR FOR STRATEGY PLANIFICATION, INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. Juan Antonio Márquez Domínguez VICE RECTOR FOR RESEARCH: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. Rafael Beltrán Lucena VICE RECTOR FOR TECHNOLOGIES, INNOVATION AND QUALITY: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. José Ignacio Aguaded Gómez VICE RECTOR FOR STUDIES AND CONVERGENCE: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. Francisco Ruiz Muñoz VICE RECTOR FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. Enrique Bonsón Ponte VICE RECTOR FOR ACADEMIC EXTENSION : Excmo. Sr. Prof. Dr. José Manuel de Lara Ródenas VICE RECTOR FOR STUDENTS: Excma. Sra. Profª. Dra. Inmaculada Pulido Calvo GENERAL SECRETARY: Ilma. Sra. Profª. Dra. Mª Carmen Núñez Lozano
5 EXECUTIVE: Ilmo. Sr. D. Rafael Serrano Aguilar 4. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTITUTION The University of Huelva is an institution in the service of society, which in the framework of constitutional values, and as an entity of public law, provided with juridical personality, obeys its conclusions and develops its functions in agreement with the prevailing legislation and in régime of autonomy. It corresponds to the University of Huelva the lending of the public service of higher education, through learning, teaching, and research, to promote the integral formation of its own members, the values of justice, freedom and pluralism, as well as, the free and critic thought and research, so as to be an effective instrument of transformation and social progress. The University of Huelva is in the service of the material and intellectual development of the people, and in defence of environment and peace. The University of Huelva has to fulfill the following functions: Create, develop, divulge, and criticize science, technology and culture. Prepare for the exercise of professional activities which require the application of scientific or technical knowledge and methodology, and for literary or artistic creation. Provide scientific and technical support to the cultural, social and economic development with special attention to that of Huelva and Andalucia. The extension of university culture. The University of Huelva and its autonomy is fundamented in the principle of academic freedom, which is manifested in freedom of teaching, research and studies. 5. DEGREES OFFERED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HUELVA 5.1. Official Degrees: Faculty of Business Studies Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Administration Diploma in Business Managemen Diploma in Turism Faculty of Law Bachelor's Degree in Law
6 Faculty of Work Sciences Bachelor's Degree in Work Sciences Diploma in Labour Relations. Faculty of Humanities Bachelor's Degree in Humanities Bachelor's Degree in History Bachelor's Degree in English Philology Bachelor s Degree in Spanish Philology (starting ) Faculty of Education Bachelor s Degree in Psychology Bachelor's Degree in Educational Psychology Diploma in Early Childhood Education Diploma in Primary Education Diploma in Foreign Language Teaching (English and French) Diploma in Physical Education Diploma in Special Education Diploma in Music Education Diploma in Social Education Faculty of Experimental Sciences Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Sciences Bachelor's Degree in Geology Bachelor s Degree in Chemistry Polytechnic School Chemical Engineering Informatic Engineering (Second cycle) Industrial Engineering (Second cycle in 2005/2006) Technical Engineering Degree Agriculture (Agricultural exploitation) Technical Engineering Degree Agriculture (Fruits and Gardening) Technical Engineering Degree Forestry Technical Engineering Degree Mining Exploitation Technical Engineering Degree Mining: (Energetic, Combustible and Explosive Resources) Technical Engineering Degree Mining: (Prospection) Technical Engineering Degree Industrial: Electricity Technical Engineering Degree Industrial: Industrial Electronics Technical Engineering Degree Industrial: Mechanical Technical Engineering Degree Industrial: Industrial Chemistry
7 Technical Engineering Degree Infomatics: Process Technical Engineering Degree Informatics: Systems University School of Social Work Diploma in Social Work University School of Nursing Diploma in Nursing 5.2. University of Huelva Degrees: Bachelor s Degree in Nursing Master in Turism Master in Quantitative Economic Analysis Master in Environmental Engineering Master in Local Sustainable Development and Social Economy Expert in Employment Strategies. Dynamization in Local Areas Expert in Acustic Pollution Master in Safety, Health and Environment Expert in Territorial and Environmetal Bases for Local and Rural Development Master in Local and Rural Development. Territorial and Environmental Strategies Expert in Audio visual technique: Radio, Video, Television and Media Universitary Expert in Foreign Languages for Tourist Ambit Expert in Urban Law Expert in Teaching Spanish and English as Second Languages 6. ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURES The Royal Decree 69/2000, 21 January (BOE 22 January) establishes the selection processes to enter in the universitary Centres for the students who have the necessary and legal quelifications to get into the university. The Comission of Distrito Único Universitario de Andalucía, taking into account what is mentioned in that Royal Decree, regulates through Agreement for each academic term, the processes to get into the first or second cycles in the Universitary Centres of Andalusia. This Agreement, for the Academic Year 2004/2005, has not been published in the BOJA yet. Deadlines for Application: Access to First Cycles.
8 June (first phase) Deadlines for applications, for those students who have passed the entrance examination in June 2004 Deadlines for applications, for the rest of applicants. From 30 June to 12 July. Deadlines for applications by internet ends at 12:00 a.m. 11 July. From 28 June to 12 July. Deadlines for applications by internet ends at 12:00 a.m. 11 July. From 28 June to 2 July. 21 July. From 21 to 29 July. Deadline for Registration for Specific Tests Publication of the first lists of adjudication 1 st time limit for registration, reservation or delivery of pending documents Publication of the second adjudication lists (and 1 st of 1 September. graduates) 2 nd time limit for registration or reservation (and 1 st of graduates) Publication of the 3 rd adjudication lists (and 2 nd of 13 September. graduates) 3 rd time limit and registration (and 2 nd of graduates) From 13 to 17 September. From 1 to 6 September. September (second phase) Deadline for applications From 27 September to 1 October. The time limit for the applications by internet ends at 12:00 a.m. 30 September. Deadline for Registration for Sprecific From 27 September to 1 October. Tests Publication of the 1 st adjudication lists 13 October. 1 st time limit for registration From 13 to 20 October. Publication of the 2 nd adjudication lists 26 October. 2 nd time limit for registration From 26 to 28 October. Access to Second Cycles. June (first phase) Deadline for applications From 1 to 6 September. The time limit
9 for the applications by internet ends at 12:00 a.m. 5 September. Deadline for Registration for Specific From 1 to 6 September. Tests Publication of the 1 st adjudication lists 16 September. 1 st time limit for registration or reservation From 16 to 21 September. Publication of the 2 nd adjudication lists 28 September. 2 nd time limit for registration From 28 to 30 September. September (second phase) Deadline for applications From 27 September to 1 October. The time limit for the applications by internet ends at 12:00 a.m. 30 September. Deadline for Registration and Specific From 27 September to 1 October. Tests Publication of the 1 st adjudication lists 13 October. 1 st Deadline of registration or reservation From 13 to 20 October. Publication of the 2 nd adjudication lists 26 October. 2 nd time limit for registration From 26 to 28 October 6.1. Registration for first year: Students must apply for a place to be able to registrate for first year in Centres that have a limit of admission: a) Those students who want to enter University for the first time. b) Those students who wish to continue their career in another University and have not passed at least 60 credits, whether it is renewed education, or a complete First Year if it is not renewed education. Those students who have not finished their studies in the Old Plan and wish to continue them in the New Plan are excluded. c) Those students who have already started or finished other universitary studies and want to begin a new degree. d) Those students who wish to do both their current studies and other new ones. d) The Students who have passed their Access Test for Students older than 25 to enter University. 6.2.Transfer of transcripts: To begin studies: Those students who come from different Universities and wish to begin their
10 studies in this University must transfer their transcripts. The transfer application form to begin studies will be included in the application of the preenrolment form that students must do in each case. Those students who belong to a Centre in this University and wish to start studies of a different degree, in the same or different Centre of this University, must do the same To continue studies: Those students who wish to continue the same studies in this University that they have already started in another University and have not passed the whole academic course, in the case of non renewed education, or 60 credits in the case of renewed education, must do as it is said above. If they have passed their First Year complete or 60 credits, they will present their transfer application in the Office Centre where they wish to continue their studies. They must enclose academis certification of the studies they have done and they must include the number of times they have taken each subject. This certificate can initially be substituted by a written form of those students interested in that matter Registration of those students with studies abroad: Those students who have studied abroad similar courses as Bachillerato, C.O.U. or Formación Profesional must have the following requisites: 1. They must have obtained the official approval or validation of those studies from the Ministerio of Educación and Culture (Culture and Education Office). 2. They must have passed the Access Test to University (entrance examination). 3. Do pre enrolment. At the moment of their enrolment, students must prove their validation through a document drawn up by the Ministerio of Educación and Culture (Culture and Education Office). It must say what courses they had validated abroad or an official approval of those courses done abroad by Spanish authorities. In case they cannot present any official document, they could present a supporting note sayng that they have asked for the validation or official approval already mentioned, in that case the enrolment in the Access Test to University will be provisional. Likewise, supporting documents of all the courses taken in the educational system abroad must be attached to the application form and as the case may require in the Spanish educational system with the object of its valuationin the final qualification of the documents. The foreign academic documents must be totally legalized and translated.
11 6.4. Registration for the first course in university second cycle. Those students who wish to begin any second cycle of the courses offered at the Andalusian Universities must apply for a post, those who wish to continue with the second cycle corresponding to the first one they are taking in the same centre are excluded and their acceptance will be ruled by the normative of the university of destination. However, those students who wish to continue their second cycle in any other Andalusian university, corresponding to the first cycle that they have passed in any other university, will be able to apply for their transcript transfer to the centre of destination Regular Admission for foreign students that have not begun their university studies: Foreign students who wish to apply for the homologation of their studies for the corresponding Spanish ones have to apply to the MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE AND SPORT. This is not necessary for documents from member States of the UE or who have signed the Agreement on The European Economic Space, they should be accompanied by their official Spanish translation.the application should be addressed to the Excmo/a. Sr./a. Ministro/a de Educación, Cultura y Deporte. Secretaría General Técnica. Sección de Estudios Extranjeros no universitarios. It should be presented in centres of public, autonomic administration (for Huelva, Subdelegación de Gobierno Civil). All the documents must be legalized either by diplomatic means or by the corresponding Apostille (The Hague Convention), and in every case translated into Spanish by an official translator, whose services may be obtained through the office of interpreters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Once the homologation has been obtained, or a certificate confirming its application has been presented to the Ministry of Education Culture and Sport, the student may register to take the entry tests for this University Admission as a Visiting Student: Foreign students who wish to complete their education may take some courses in the University, in accordance with the rules for visiting students. Visiting students can take as many as they want except these subjects belonging to the first year. Visiting students will have to pay the same taxes and prices (registration fees) as Spanish students. Registration as visiting student in the University of Huelva has no academic effects within our institution. Validity and academic recognition depends on the University of origin Admission and Registration as an Erasmus Student and Exchange Students:
12 Erasmus students are not subject to standar admission requirements. Erasmus students must send the following information to the Service of International Relations and Modern Languages before 1 July 2005: Learning Agreement duly signed by the home institution coordinator. Accommodation form (optional) Spanish Language Course registration form (optional). Upon arrival, students should go to the Service of International Relations and Modern Languages to hand in: Proof of enrolment at the University of origin, Socrates Certificate, or another equivalent document. E 111 form for Health Insurance (see 4.6 in this guide). List of courses to attend at the University of Huelva. Three passport photos. At the Service of International Relations and Modern Languages, they will register at the University and obtain the TUO card (University of Huelva Student Card). 7. UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS University Regulation, approved by agreement of the Council of Government of Andalucia July can be consulted in the following web address:
13 8. COORDINATORS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY Business: Prof. Dra. Ana Gessa Perera (Tel: , e mail: Law: Profª. Dra. Nuria Arenas Hidalgo (Tel: , Work Sciences: Profª. Dra. Blanca Miedes de Ugarte (Tel: , Humanities: Prof. Dr. Rafael Andujar Barroso (Tel: ; Education: Prof. Dr. José Manuel Bautista Vallejo (Tel: , Experimental Sciences: Prof. Dr. Carlos Vílchez Lobato (Tel: , Polytechnic: Prof. Dr. Fernando Gómez Bravo (Tel: ; Social Work: Prof. Dr. José Carlos León Jariego (Tel: , Nursing: Profª. Rocío León López (Tel: ;
14 III GENERAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS 1. ACCOMMODATION 1.1. COLEGIOS MAYORES AND HALL OF RESIDENCE: COLEGIO MAYOR UNIVERSITARIO SAN PABLO Male. Beds: 85 Full board Prices (per month): Double en suite study bedrooms: 459,08 +21,42 VAT Single en suite study bedrooms: 516, ,10 VAT Address: AVDA. MANUEL SIUROT, Huelva. Tel.: Fax.: E mail: RESIDENCIA STA. Mª DE LA RÁBIDA Male/Female. Beds: 60 Full board Prices (per month): Single bedroom: Double en suite bedroom: 450 VAT included. Deposit and Booking: 300 Euros Address: C/ Dr.Cantero Cuadrado, Huelva Tel.: e mail: RESIDENCIA 1 DE JULIO Male/Female Beds: 20 Prices (per month): Single Bedroom: Between 415 and 445 per month. Double bedroom: Between 380 Euros 409 Euros. VAT, Full board, Cleaning, and Laundry. Address: C/ Miguel Redondo, Huelva Tel.:
15 E Mail: RESIDENCIA UNIVERSITARIA ENTRE RÍOS Male/female Beds: 10 Full board Prices (per month): Single bedroom: 420 (385, weekend not included). Double Bedroom: 380 each (343 each, weekend not included). Address: C/ Maese Nicolás, Bloque 24, nº. 2, planta baja Huelva Tel.: YOUTH HOSTEL HUELVA Male/Female Beds: 50 Full Board Prices: Advance payment (9 months): 2.992,50 (5% discount included) Three monthly payment: 1.018,50 (3% discount included) Monthly payment: 390 (9 payments without discount) There is 110 supplement a month for individual rooms. Food: Full board: from Monday to Friday Weekends: special prices Address: C/ Marchena Colombo, Huelva Tel.: Fax.: ACCOMMODATION Accommodation for Erasmus and Exchange Students: Please contact the Service of International Relations and Modern Languages, and send your application form before 1 July Housing is available upon request in Halls of Residence and private apartments. If you choose the Rent an Apartment option, please specify if you would like to share it with other students. If so, the Service would look for an apartment, shared by three or four students. Each would have his/her own room. The contract will be signed with the owner once the student arrives in Huelva. A deposit, usually equivalent to a month rent, would have to be sent in advance. Please note that once students start sharing the apartment, the International Relations will not be responsible for changes of mind. Please note that if a student decides to leave his/her room before the contract ends, he or she would have to find a
16 replacement occupant, and is responsible to the owner of the apartment and the students with whom he/she was sharing it. In this case, the Office would be sorry not to be able to find a second accommodation Accommodation for all other University of Huelva Students: The University of Huelva has created an accommodation reference section with the aim of helping the students find housing. Everybody interested in applying for this service or offering any other kind of accommodation should make contact with the Vice rectorate for Students and fill an application form specifying their offering. A list with all this information will be available in the Vice rectorate for Students. This Housing Section will consist of three files: one for the applicants, one for the owners, and a last one with the housing characteristics. The offers will be ordered in areas, that way students can choose the most suitable for them. This accommodation office will only offer the information given by the owners in the forms. It will be the student who will come to an agreement with the owner about renting conditions. Information and application forms in the Student Union Office: Coordinadora de Estudiantes, Campus de El Carmen Pabellón Huelva Telf.: /20/21 Fax: Student Information Offices (OIE) 1.3. ALTERNATIVE ACCOMMODATION: The University of Huelva and the Provintial Delegation of Social Welfare of Huelva, aware of the problems of some elder and disabled people, and of students in general, wish to collaborate with both collectives in a process of Mutual Help to improve the relationship between them. With this purpose, the entities mentioned above signed a collaboration agreement for the development of the Accommodation Programme for Young University Students with Elder and/or Disabled people, called Alternative Accommodation. Campus de El Carmen, Pabellón Huelva Telf: Fax: E mail: 2. MEALS The University of Huelva has several canteens:
17 CAMPUS EL CARMEN Manager: José Santos Corbacho Sánchez. Capacity: 350 people. Set meal: 3,90 Euros Vouchers: 5 meals: 17,60 10 meals: 32, Huelva Telf.: CAMPUS LA RÁBIDA Manager: Juan Mª Borrero Barbosa Capacity: 175 people Set meal: 3,90 Vouchers: 5 meals: 17,60 10 meals: 32,10 Telf.: ALTERNATIVE PLACES RESIDENCIA DE ESTUDIANTES 1 DE JULIO Set meal: 4,00 C/ Miguel Redondo, Huelva Telf.: E mail: ALBERGUE JUVENIL HUELVA Buffet meal: 4,70 (lunch or dinner) Breakfast: It is included in bed and breakfast. Non residents: 1,25 C/ Marchena Colombo, Huelva Telf.: Fax: SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Volunteers Office, Pabellón 7 Campus de El Carmen The University of Huelva signed an agreement with ONCE (Spanish Organization for the Blind) to eliminate architectonic hazards, and has summoned an annual award for the research activities in the Andalusian universities on the social integration of disabled people.
18 4. INSURANCE The Insurance for Students is established by Law of 17 July, 1953, General Law of Education of 6 August, 1970, University Law Reform of 25 August, 1983, and R.D. 270/90 February 16. The student s insurance fee, which under no circumstances will be paid by instalments, must be paid by students at the time of enrolment, except in the following cases: When students are 28 years of age on 1 st October, the academic year of their enrolment. When students had paid the fee in another Centre, and they are able to prove it. Nowadays, Hispanic American, Portuguese, Andorrans, Philippine, Puerto Rican, Haitian, Brazilian, Syrian, French, Belgian, Jordan, Guinean, Moroccian, Iraki, German, Greek, Dutch, North American and English students and students under 28 years of age from any other country with which we have a tacit or expressed reciprocal agreement are included in the ambit of scholastic insurance protection. Students will enjoy the following benefits: Scholastic accident. Osseous and Pulmonary Tuberculosis. General Maxillofacial Surgery. Neuropsychiatry. Obstetrics. Family misfortune. Other benefits: Physiotherapy, Radiotherapy, Cobalttherapy, Radiumtherapy, Artifittial kidney, extension in neuropsychiatry and Maxillofacial surgery. For all the benefits granted by the Seguro Escolar, it will be necessary to present the application form in the National s Institute of Health corresponding to the student address.
19 5. FINANCIAL HELP FOR THE STUDENTS ( SCHOLARSHIPS ) 5.1. O.I.E. GRANTS The O.I.E. Grants are the ones given by the University of Huelva to cover the appropriate posts in the Students Information Offices located in each centre. Their main functions are: promotion and spreading of the received information to the students of the corresponding Campus in a fast and effective way. To carry out activities characteristic of the registration period. Gathering and spreading of information about grants, courses, activities, seminars, etc. Selling and distribution of tickets for universitary and extrauniversitary cultural functions. Colaboration in any activity promoted by General Board of Students. The duration of these grants will last from 1 st September to 30 th June of the following year. Except for the two first mentioned that will be from 1 st September to 31 st July of the following year. 5.2 GRANTS FOR THE DINAMIZADOR The grants for the dinamizadores are given by the University of Huelva to promote solid support of communication, diffusion, and actions, in addition to obtain dinamic actions in the sociocultural activities, academic and extraacademic in all the University of Huelva Campuses, through the Students Information Offices (O.I.E.s.) The main functions are: to promote the participation of students in all the emerging sociocultural activities. Planning activities and projects in colaboration with the C.A.R.U.H., Students Delegations and Cultural Halls. Gathering and spreading of information about programmes, grants, courses, etc. Carrying out activities characteristic of the registration period. Colaborating in any other activity arranged by the General Board of Students. The duration of these grants will last from 1 st September to 30 th June of the following year. 5.3 HELP GRANTS IN THE NEGOTIATION OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND REGISTRATION. Help Grants in the negotiation of scholarships and registration are given by the University of Huelva to help the secretary s offices of each centre during the period of registration, and they will be destine to those students who get involved in helping during the months of September and October. The activities to be done will be the revision of documents enclosed to the registration, and/or grant of the MEC (Ministery of Culture and Education). The posts will be offered in relation to the students registrated in each degree, besides the scholarship holders will be selected to cover the corresponding posts to each degree, depending on which degree the students are doing. The beneficiary students must do an introductory course for the collecting of
20 documents, both for the registration and the grant, same as the beneficiary of dinamizadores helps and O.I.E.s. The main function is to attend the students in the process of registration in each degree. 5.4 GRANTS FOR TRANSPORTATION, FOOD AND BOOKS The University of Huelva convokes this kind of grants to cover the economic needs of those students who fulfil the requirements to have access to them. The food help will consist of a Voucher of Food that the student may use during the time the help lasts, and until it ends. These vouchers can be used in the El Carmen Campus (Comedor Universitario), and in the Rábida Campus (Comedor Universitario). 5.5 GRANTS FROM THE SOCIAL FUND AND FROM LA JUNTA DE ANDALUCIA. These grants are awarded by the University of Huelva to those students who may have a family economic situation that may influence the continuity of their studies, who did not enjoy any other kind of help or grant, and have obtained an acceptable academic performance. The participation requirements are: to be registrated in the first or second cycle of the degree in any Centre of this University, in studies leading to the acquirement of any official title with validity in the whole national territory, and not to be beneficiary of the Convocatoria General/ Movilidad of the M.E.C. y D GRANTS FROM THE COMPUTER CENTRE SERVICE Helps convoked by the University of Huelva to cover vacancies in the computer rooms. Its objective is to train the students while rendering service to the universitary community COLlABORATION GRANTS They are destined to facilitate that last year universitary students give their colaboration to the corresponding departments in compatibility régime with their studies in faculty Centres or universitary research, thus they will begin research tasks directly linked to the studies they are taking.
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