What is pre-enrolment?
It is the admission process that gives preference, based on the admission mark, to students who are applying for a place in a degree programme. Public universities in the Valencia Community and their affiliated centres constitute one pre-enrolment district.
Therefore, each student may only submit one pre-enrolment application form.
Who can pre-enrol?
Pre-enrolment for undergraduate studies requires one of the following:
- Bachillerato (upper secondary school certificate) and a pass in the university entrance examinations (PAU).
- Advanced vocational training certificate as a vocational training technician, plastic arts and design technician or advanced sports technician, or equivalent.
- Access for students over 25, 40 or 45.
- A university degree.
- Qualifications from an EU upper secondary school or from other countries with agreements. Access credentials are issued by UNED (National Distance Education University).
- Qualifications from non-EU upper secondary schools which have been officially recognised and validated to the Spanish Bachillerato and a pass in the university entrance examinations.
In addition, students who wish to pursue a degree in Physical Activity and Sports must sign up for and pass a physical ability test given by the Faculty.