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Academic procedures (Undergraduate students)

Documentation delivery. Form to send documentation to the Academic Management Service for Undergraduate Students / Secretary of Students
Expose-request. Form to attach documentation to the Registry.

File transfers: types of transfer and information of interest

Transfer admission process

The following cases are included: 

  • Transfer due to a change from another University to the URJC, to study the same degree or a different one 
  • Transfer of campus within the URJC (same degree) 
  • Transfer of degree within the URJC (to another degree) 

In order to apply for the transfer admission process, the requirements are:                    

  • Have a record with at least 30 approved credits in the case of Bachelor's studies. If you are studying a Double Degree, and you wish to abandon one of the Degrees and continue with the other that makes up that Double Degree, you must have, as a prerequisite, passed a minimum of 60 credits of the Degree you wish to continue. 
     
  • That the degree you want offers places by transfer in that call. You must check in each call if the degree for which you wish to apply for admission offers places through transfer in that call. You can check it in the following link
      
  • In the case of requesting URJC Qualifications that qualify for the Exercise of Professional Activities, your university entrance qualification must be equal to or greater than the one that remained as the cut-off grade in that academic year at our University. You can check what these qualifications are in the following  link

If you meet these requirements, you must complete the application process through the enabled platform and on the dates established for each course: info 

Administrative procedure for file transfer

It is done when: 

  • There change from another University to the URJC, to pursue the same degree or another, or from the URJC to other studies at another university. 

    In order to request the administrative process of transferring your file, you must, whether you have accessed by admission by transfer or by pre-registration, and you have an open university file: 
    • If you transfer from another University to the URJC: go to the admitted query platform (by transfer or by pre-registration) where a link will appear where you can download the Admission Letter, and with said admission letter, go to your home university to request payment of the admission fees. transfer of file, which you must justify in the student secretary of your campus at the URJC. 
    • If you transfer from URJC to another University, or if you transfer from URJC to another URJC campus or degree: you must request the procedure in the link enabled in the electronic headquarters, where you can attach the Admission letter from the future University, and request payment of the file transfer fee. You can consult the public prices in the following link
  • If you take the EVAU at another university other than the single district of Madrid and you are going to study at the URJC: You must go to the University of origin where you took the test with the URJC Admission Letter to request that the file be transferred to the URJC. You have until September 30 to deliver the proof of payment of the File Transfer to your Student Secretary.  
      
    You can obtain the Letter of Admission according to your path of access:

    1. preregistration 
      In the platform of Consultation of the list of admitted https://www.urjc.es/estudiar-en-la-urjc/admision/487-alumnos-admitidos-estudios-de-grado You will need to enter your credentials. Once inside the consultation, you will have a blue link at the bottom that will indicate that you must click to download the Letter of Admission. 
        
    2. Transfer of Degree 
      On the platform of [Inquiry of those admitted by Transfers https://www.urjc.es/estudiar-en-la-urjc/admision/273-grado#alumnos-admitidos You must enter your credentials to access. Once inside, a link will appear where you can download the Letter of Admission. 
  • If you take the EVAU at the URJC and are going to study at another university:

All students who have passed the EVAU at the Rey Juan Carlos University and are admitted to any private University and to Public Universities outside the Community of Madrid, including the UNED, must request transfer of their file.

Those students who have passed the EVAU at the Rey Juan Carlos University in any call and have been admitted to some of the Public Universities of the Community of Madrid (Alcalá Autónoma, Carlos III, Complutense, Politécnica and Rey Juan Carlos )

Documentation to present:

  • Application form
  • Letter of admission from the host university (original)
  • Valid large family card (if applicable).

Place of delivery: Through the Registry, either electronically through the Registration of the Electronic Headquarters, attaching the scanned application form and the rest of the documentation to the general “Exhibit/Request” instance, or in person by consulting Previously the schedules and availability of the Registrar's offices of each campus .

Once the request has been delivered, within approximately 7 to 15 days, the receipt of payment of fees will be sent to your email. Once paid, you must send the scanned proof of payment by email to the Access Test Service (access@urjc.es)

Rates: (Decree 83/2016, of August 9, of the Governing Council of the Community of Madrid):

  • Ordinary: €27,54
  • General Large Family (50%): €13,77
  • Special Large Family: Exempt from payment

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Procedures and procedures through the Service Portal and the Intranet

Through the Service Portal You can carry out the following procedures:

  • Bank account and direct debits
  • surveys
  • Check academic record
  • Enrollment date
  • etc.

Through intranet You can carry out the following procedures:

    ISSUANCE OF DEGREES AND CERTIFICATIONS

    APPLICATIONS FOR DEGREES AND DEGREE CERTIFICATIONS

    Issuance of titles

    General information - Telematic Application for Title

    The student may request the telematic issuance of their University Degree through the procedure established in the Electronic Office of the URJC: https://sede.urjc.es/catalogo-de-servicios/SOLTIT/ 

    The student must be up to date with all payments to the Rey Juan Carlos University in order to request the issuance of the university degree.

    TELEMATIC APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR OFFICIAL DEGREE

    Next, we explain the application process for the university degree through the procedure enabled in the electronic office:

    1 - Start the application and confirm your personal data

    2 - Select the degree for which you request the degree

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    3 - In case of error in the selected degree it is possible that it has already been requested or withdrawn, in that case you should contact the student secretary of the School of Official Master's Degrees:

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    4 - If there is no error, Make a request by completing the form. Please, fill in the data carefully so that there are no typographical errors.

    5 - Sign the application. You can sign using: 

    Sign with DNIe or electronic certificate

    Signature without certificate (Double validation factor): the student will request a validation code and will receive in their email the verification code that they must enter in order to sign the application.

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    6 - Accept the amount to pay and choose the payment method.

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    7 - Your request is accepted. You will receive a message like this.

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    8 - Process completed. At this point in the process you can access your citizen folder and download the receipt of having requested the title. This proof of having requested the degree, once the corresponding fees have been paid and stamped by the bank and the University, will be proof of being in possession of the degree until we notify you to collect it. When it is available, you will be notified by email at the contact address, indicating the instructions for collecting the official title.

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    General information - Face-to-face Title application

    How is the issuance of the Title requested?

    The student may request the face-to-face issuance of their university degree from the studies completed, paying the fees and delivering a photocopy of their valid DNI, NIE / Passport or Community Regime Card, in the corresponding department:

    • Degree titles and 1st and 2nd cycle studies (Diploma, Technical Engineer, Graduate and Engineer): student secretary of your campus
    • University Master's Degrees: Postgraduate Office (C/ Quintana, 2 - 3rd floor)
    • Doctor's Degrees: Third Cycle Service (C/ Quintana, 2 - 2nd floor)

    The student must be up to date with all payments to the Rey Juan Carlos University in order to request the issuance of the university degree.

    Title application form

    Where and how is the Title collected?

    Once the degree has been prepared, the student will be notified and may pick it up at the corresponding department: 

    • Degree titles and 1st and 2nd cycle studies (Diploma, Technical Engineer, Graduate and Engineer): secretary of students of your campus with appointment
    • University Master's Degrees: Postgraduate Office (C/ Quintana, 2 - 3rd floor)
    • Doctor's Degrees: Third Cycle Service (C/ Quintana, 2 - 2nd floor)

    There are three possibilities of delivery of the official title:

    • Directly to the interested party, upon presentation of their valid DNI, NIE/Passport or Community Regime Card.
    • To a person authorized by means of a power of attorney.
    • Request your shipment to the Government Delegations or Subdelegations or Consular Offices closest to your place of residence. In this case, you must request delivery to the Official Certificates Service through the Inquiry mailbox (titles section), where they will provide you with the payment letter to proceed with the subsequent shipment. You must ensure that the destination of the shipment (Consulate, embassy, ​​etc.) accepts the reception, custody and delivery of your title.

    Can a Title already issued be modified?

    Official university degrees are public documents valid throughout the national territory and, therefore, may not be subject to modifications, alterations or amendments. Any alteration derived from eventual modifications that affect the content of a title, which must be reflected in the text of the same, will require the cancellation of the original title and the issuance of a duplicate.

    Official fees

    Fees corresponding to the issuance of official titles

    The prices to be paid for the issuance of official titles in the 2022/2023 academic year:

    TITLE TYPE ORDINARY GENERAL LARGE FAMILY SPECIAL LARGE FAMILY AND EXTRAORDINARY PRIZE
    Doctor 229,86 € 114,93 € 0 €
    Master 176,27 € 88,13 € 0 €
    Bachelor, Engineer 154,32 € 77,16 € 0 €
    Diploma, Technical Engineer 75,38 € 37,79 € 0 €
    Degree 154,32 € 77,16 € 0 €

    Issuance of Supplementary Certification to the Title: €27,54 (If it is a general large family, €13,77).

    Issuance and printing of duplicates of official university degrees: €35,39 (if it is a general large family, €17,69).

    Issuance and printing of duplicates of the European Diploma Supplement: €35,39 (if it is a general large family, €17,69).

    Public Prices

    Regulation

    Specific regulations for first and second cycle degrees, bachelor's degrees and master's degrees

    • Royal Decree 1496/1987, of November 6, on obtaining, issuing and homologation of university degrees (BOE no. 298 of December 14).
    • Royal Decree 1497/1987, of November 27, which establishes common general guidelines for the study plans of university degrees of an official nature and validity throughout the national territory (BOE no. 298 of December 14, 1987).
    • Order of July 8, 1988, of the Ministry of Education and Science, for the application of Royal Decrees 185/85, of January 23 and 1496/87, of November 6, regarding the issuance of official university degrees (BOE no. 167 of July 13, 1988).
    • Order of December 24, 1988, of the Ministry of Education and Science, which modifies the Order of July 8, 1988 for the application of Royal Decrees 185/85, of January 23 and 1496/87, of November 6, regarding the issuance of official university degrees (BOE no. 6 of January 7, 1989).
    • Resolution of June 26, 1989, of the Secretary of State for Universities and Research of the Ministry of Education and Science, for the application of the provisions of the Orders of July 8, 1988 and December 24, 1988 regarding official university degrees (BOE no. 170 of 18 July 1989).
    • Order of April 30, 1990, of the Ministry of Education and Science, which regulates the procedure for issuing certain official titles and diplomas of higher education and postgraduate studies (BOE no. 111 of May 9, 1990).
    • Royal Decree 1267/1994, of June 10, which modifies Royal Decree 1497/1987, of November 27, which establishes the common general guidelines of the study plans of official university degrees and various Royal Decrees that approve the general guidelines of the same (BOE no. 141 of June 14, 1994).
    • Resolution of October 14, 1994,, of the Secretary of State for Universities and Research of the Ministry of Education and Science, which modifies that of June 26, 1989, issued for the application of the provisions of the Orders of July 8 and December 24, 1988, in terms of university degrees (BOE of October 25).
    • Order March 22, 1995,of the Ministry of Education and Science, by which the denomination of the official academic titles is adapted to the masculine or feminine condition of those who obtain them (BOE no. 74 of March 28, 1995).
    • Royal Decree 2347/1996, of November 8, which modifies Royal Decree 1497/1987, of November 27, which establishes the common general guidelines of the study plans of university degrees of an official nature and validity throughout the national territory, as well as the RD 1267/1994, of June 10, which modified the previous one (BOE no. 283 of November 23, 1996).
    • Royal Decree 614/1997, of April 25, which partially modifies RD 1497/1987, of November 27, which establishes the common general guidelines for the study plans of university degrees of an official nature and validity throughout the national territory, partially modified by the RD 1267/1994, of June 10 and RD 2347/1996 of November 8 (BOE no. 117 of May 16, 1997).
    • Royal Decree 779/1998, of April 30, which partially modifies RD 1497/1987, of November 27, which establishes the common general guidelines for the study plans of university degrees of an official nature and validity throughout the national territory, partially modified by the RD 1267/1994, of June 10, RD 2347/1996 of November 8 and RD 614/1997, of April 25 (BOE no. 104 of May 1, 1998).
    • Royal Decree 1002/2010, of August 5, on the issuance of official university degrees.
    • DECREE 42/2010, of July 15, of the Governing Council, which fixes the public prices for university studies leading to official titles and services of an academic nature in the Public Universities of Madrid for the academic year 2010-2011.
    • Royal Decree 55/2005 of January 21, which establishes the structure of university education and regulates undergraduate university studies.
    • Royal Decree 1393/2007 of October 29, which establishes the organization of official university education.
    • ECD Order 760-2013 of April 26, which establishes the requirements for issuing the title of the Erasmus Mundus program.

    Specific regulations for doctoral degrees

    Specific regulations for the European supplement to the degree

    Links of interest

    On the website of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport you can find all the information related to:

    Homologation and validation of foreign higher education degrees to Spanish university degrees.

    Legalization of academic documents.

    Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports:

    Citizen Service 

    Issuance of supplementary title certification

    What is and what effects does the Supplementary Certification have?

    The supplementary certification provisionally replaces the title for a maximum period of one year and will enjoy the same value for the purposes of exercising the rights inherent to it. Said certification will include the essential data that must appear in the corresponding title and will be signed by the Rector.

    The certification has the same legal effects in the national territory as those of the definitive title. In order for it to be valid outside of Spain, it will need to be legalized through the Ministry of Education

    How is the Supplementary Certification to the Title requested?

    As with the Official Title, the issuance and delivery of a photocopy of your valid DNI, Passport or Community Regime Card will be requested, in the corresponding department:

    • Degree titles and 1st and 2nd cycle studies (Diploma, Technical Engineer, Graduate and Engineer): student secretary of your campus
    • University Master's Degrees: Postgraduate Office (C/ Quintana, 2 - 3rd floor)
    • Doctor's Degrees: Third Cycle Service (C/ Quintana, 2 - 2nd floor)

    Where and how is the Supplementary Certification collected?

    Once prepared, the student will be informed and sent by email.

    There are two delivery possibilities:

    • Directly to the interested party, upon presentation of their valid DNI, Passport or Community Regime Card.
    • To an authorized person, with a photocopy of the identity document of the interested party. 

    European title supplement

    What is the European Diploma Supplement and what are its effects?

    The European Diploma Supplement is the document that validates official university degrees in the European Union, with unified information, personalized for each university graduate, about the studies completed, the results obtained, the professional skills acquired and the level of their degree in the national higher education system (art. 3, RD 1044/2003, of August 1).

    Currently, the Rey Juan Carlos University issues the SET both for the 1st and 2nd cycle Pre-Bologna plans (Diploma, Technical Engineer, Graduate and Engineer) as well as for Degree studies.

    Who can apply for the European Diploma Supplement?

    Article 3 of Royal Decree 22/2015, of January 23, which establishes the requirements for issuing the European Supplement to titles regulated by Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, establishes that:

    “Once the studies leading to the Bachelor's degrees have been completed and the degree has been requested by the interested party, the universities will issue the European Diploma Supplement together with it”.

    How to obtain the European Diploma Supplement?

    If you are a graduate student or graduate of any Pre-Bologna plan (Bachelor, Diploma, Engineer and Technical Engineer) or you are a graduate of any Bologna plan (Graduates) who have already withdrawn their Official Title.

    The student will be able to present the application form together with a photocopy of your DNI, Passport or Community Regime Card at any Registry Office of the Rey Juan Carlos University. Student help box

    Where and how is the European Diploma Supplement collected?

    Once the SET has been issued, the student will be notified and can pick it up at the Access Tests, Degrees and Scholarships Service. Rectorate Building, 1st floor, of the Móstoles Campus

    If you have just finished your degree and are going to apply for your degree.

    The SET will be delivered ex officio along with the Official Title.

    Referral titles outside the Community of Madrid

    General Information

    As of Decree 80/2014, of July 17, of the Community of Madrid, which establishes public prices for university studies leading to official degrees, and as stated in Annex VII, article 3.1.9, prices are set for the referral of University Degrees from the University to legally established public bodies.

    In the event that the graduate resides outside the Community of Madrid, he or she may request the referral of the Degree to the Government Delegation or Sub-delegation, Education Office and Consular Office closest to their place of residence.

    https://www.exteriores.gob.es/es/EmbajadasConsulados/Paginas/index.aspx.

    https://www.mptfp.gob.es/portal/delegaciones_gobierno/delegaciones.html

    Who can request it?

    Any student who has obtained and requested the issuance of their university degree at the Rey Juan Carlos University, and resides outside the Community of Madrid.

    Where to request it?

    You can download the application and send it by student help box duly completed, in the same format as attached.

    Bachelor's degrees, engineering, diploma,
    technical engineering and degrees

     

    title section
    Student help box

    official master's degrees

     

    Official master's degrees
    Student help box

    PhD

     

    International Doctoral School
    academiadoctorado@urjc.es

     

    How much?

    The amount is established in the Decree of Public Prices valid in each academic year and are the following:

    TO SPAIN

    20 EUROS

    TO EU COUNTRIES

    40 EUROS

    TO NON-EU EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

    50 EUROS

    TO THE REST OF COUNTRIES

    55 EUROS

    The corresponding Service, of the Rey Juan Carlos University, will process the request and send the payment letter by email so that you can make the payment of the corresponding fee.

    You can make the payment at any Bankia or Banco Santander branch, or make a payment from ABROAD through an international transfer, requesting the necessary data from the University.

    Once the payment of the fees has been made, you must send the scanned payment document by email to the Service in question:

     

    Bachelor's degrees, engineering, diploma,
    technical engineering and degrees

     

    title section

    Student help box

    official master's degrees

     

    Official master's degrees
    Student help box

    PhD

     

    International Doctoral School
    academiadoctorado@urjc.es

    Procedure to follow in case of loss of an official title

    The Official State Gazette Announcement Service establishes a new procedure to follow for the insertion of announcements due to loss of titles, thus adapting to Law 39/2015 of the Common Administrative Procedure.

    The procedure to follow to process a Duplicate of a Title due to loss, it will be the following:

    BY THE UNIVERSITY:

    1. The student informs the Secretariat of the loss of the Title. To do this, he must provide all the information he knows regarding his title, in addition to providing the full name, NIE, address, telephone and email. (information necessary to process the information of the announcement)
    1. The University will insert the announcement in the BOE, will issue the draft and will generate the Reference Number of the Announcement and the Amount.
    1. It will communicate to the interested party (student) both the Reference Number and the amount. eg Reference: 5201704318437. Amount: 106,54 euros.

    BY THE INTERESTED PARTY:

    1. You will access with or without electronic identification in the application: boe.es/anuncios (http://boe.es/anuncios/)
    2. With the advertisement reference and the amount of the advertisement provided by the university, you will enter “resume ad payment” and will fill in the data requested on the successive screens.
    3. In the event that you do not have a NIF (DNI/NIE) you must contact with the Official State Gazette indicating the passport number, as well as name and surname (http://boe.es/aeboe/organismo/formulario.php?tipo=ANU)
    4. When you get to the screen to select the payment method, you will need to select "In-Person Payment".
    5. You must download the settlement and follow the instructions indicated therein.
    6. Once you have the NRN provided by the bank, you must re-enter the application boe.es/anuncios (http://boe.es/anuncios/) and press “Update NRN” and fill in the fields indicated on that screen.
    7. Once “saved” the data, the insertion of the advertisement is finished.
    8. “Until the NRC of the announcement is inserted electronically, the BOE staff will not publish the announcement” (from three to 7 days).

    Thirty days after publication, delivery of the notice to the secretariat and payment of the corresponding fee, the Duplicate Title will be processed.

    Consultation of official titles of the student in the Ministry of Education

    The Ministry of Education has a service where you can consult the official Spanish university degrees of which you are the holder and, if you wish, generate authorization codes so that third parties can also consult them (very useful in labor matters).

    Requirements:

    • Be in possession of an official university degree or one that has already been issued.
    • Identify yourself at the Electronic Office by means of a Digital Certificate recognized by the @firma platform.

    Link

    Through this service, a certificate of correspondence can be obtained for a title of Architect, Engineer, Graduate, Technical Architect, Technical Engineer or Diploma at the levels of the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education. The certificate is requested and issued electronically, exclusively, through the Electronic Office of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. It is essential that the correspondence of the title to be requested is published in the BOE.

    This service also allows subsequent consultation of the status of the file processing, in the event that the certificate of correspondence has not been obtained directly.

    Access to the platform

    Issuance of personal academic certification

    How is the personal academic certification requested?

    In order to request the Personal Academic Certificate, you must access the Procedures Catalog of the Electronic Office and enter the Personal Academic Certificates link. You will have to access with the corporate user of the university and fill in the required data. At the end, a receipt will be generated, which you will have to pay by choosing one of the following payment options,

    • In person, by paying the receipt at a bank branch
    • Credit and debit card

    How to download it?

    • If the payment has been in person, You must send a copy of the payment receipt to the student secretary of your campus, via email, and once processed, the availability of the certificate will be notified through the student's email. You can find this certificate in the Citizen Folder of the Electronic Headquarters in the “Documents” section.
    • If the payment has been by credit or debit card, once the payment has been confirmed on the platform, you can access the Citizen Folder of the Electronic Headquarters and download the Personal Academic Certificate in the "Documents" section.

     REQUESTS FOR DEGREES AND CERTIFICATIONS OF UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREES

    Issuance of titles

    OFFICIAL DEGREE APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    Next, we explain the application process for the university degree through the procedure enabled in the electronic office:

    1) Start the application and confirm your personal data:

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    2) Select the degree for which you are requesting the title:

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    3 ) In case of error in the selected degree it is possible that it has already been requested or withdrawn, in that case you should contact your student secretary:

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    4 )If there is no error, Make a request by completing the form. Please, fill in the data carefully so that there are no typographical errors.

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    5) Sign the application

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    You can sign using:

    • Sign with DNIe or electronic certificate.
    • Signature without certificate (Double validation factor): the student will request a validation code and will receive in their email the verification code that they must enter in order to sign the application.

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    6) Accept the amount to pay and choose the payment method.

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    7) Your request is accepted. You will receive a message like this.

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    8) Process completed. At this point in the process you can access your citizen folder and download the receipt of having requested the title. This proof of having requested the degree, once the corresponding fees have been paid and stamped by the bank and the University, will be proof of being in possession of the degree until we notify you to collect it. When it is available, you will be notified via email at the contact address, indicating the instructions for collecting the official title.

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    Consultation of Official Titles of the student in the Ministry of Education

    The Ministry of Education has a service where you can consult the official Spanish university degrees of which you are the holder and, if you wish, generate authorization codes so that third parties can also consult them (very useful in labor matters).

    Recipients: Official university graduates

    Requirements:

    • Be in possession of an official university degree.
    • Identify yourself at the Electronic Office by means of a Digital Certificate recognized by the @firma platform.

    Link

    Personal academic certificate

    PERSONAL ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE (Academic record with grades obtained and credits passed)

    The Academic Certificate must be requested through the Electronic Office. Here are the procedures to follow:

    • Within the website of the Electronic Office, – Catalog of procedures – Application for Academic Certification.
    • The system will ask for the keys as a corporate user (single domain keys).
    • Choose the degree for which you want to request the academic certificate.
    • You can choose if you want the certificate in Spanish or English.
    • The system generates a draft.

    To download the signed Academic Certificate you have to follow these steps:

    In case of payment with bank receipt:

    • Access, within the website of the Electronic Office – Citizen Folder.
    • Access Documents and search for the document named Academic Certification.

    If you have any questions, you can contact the Postgraduate Office through the query mailbox http://ayuda.urjc.es.

    Application for other Certificates

    Other certificates

    Supplementary certificate to the title

    Certificate issued by the University, signed by the Rector of the same, and which replaces the title and is legalizable in the Ministry of Education.
    Carefully read the instructions attached to the application form for the Supplementary Certificate.

    To process your supplementary certificate of title, we need you to send us the original application form (copy for the Administration and for the Secretary), the payment letter (copy for the administration and for the Secretary) and a photocopy of the receipt of the payment of the title (certifying that you are waiting for this). In addition, we need a photocopy of your Spanish or Community National Identity Document or Passport (NIE is not valid in any case) valid at the time of application. When it is available, you will be notified by email at the contact address indicating the instructions for collecting the document.

    Master Supplementary Certification Request Form

    Request for letters of payment of expedition fees

    You can request the issuance of the payment letter(s) with the corresponding issuance fees in person at the Postgraduate Office or by email from your student email or from the personal contact provided at Student Help Box  indicating all your personal data as well as those of your master's studies and the documents you wish to request.

    The payment of the fees does not imply the processing of the title if the corresponding documentation is not provided.

    Documentation delivery

    You can submit the documentation as described, in person at the Postgraduate Office, through any of the University Registries or by CERTIFIED postal mail addressed to:
    KING JUAN CARLOS UNIVERSITY. GENERAL REGISTRY; C/Tulipán S/N. ZIP: 28933. Móstoles Madrid. (ATT. Postgraduate Office)

    Tax payment

    • You can pay the corresponding fees by providing the printed payment letters and making them effective at any CaixaBank or Banco Santander branch.
    • For subscriptions from ABROAD:
      ENTITY: CaixaBank
      IBAN: ES93 2100 6428 2613 0004 6686
      SWIFT: CAIXESBBXXX
      REFERENCE: Your name and identity document number.
      You must include proof of the transfer in the documentation to be submitted.
      In addition, you will need to access http://ayuda.urjc.es within "/master/gestion economica", whether you are a student or a future student, and send an email with the subject PAYMENT OF FEES, indicating the reference number of the receipt you have paid, attaching proof of the transfer and indicating your name completed and the master's degree he is studying.

    Instructions for collecting the official master's degree

    The master's degree may be collected, once you have received notification that it is available, at the place and time indicated in said notification.
    As established by the Order of July 8, 1998, article 6, to withdraw the title it is necessary that the interested party present the National Identity Document, Spanish or community, or NIE / Valid Passport.

    In the case of not being able to attend in person, the title can only be withdrawn by a person authorized by POWER OF ATTORNEY (who must also present the National Identity Document, Spanish or community, or NIE / Valid Passport).

    It will be advisable to provide proof of the title application.

    For residents outside the Community of Madrid, the Certificate can be sent to the Government Subdelegation, for residents in other Provinces, or to the Spanish diplomatic representation (consulate, embassy) closest to their home, for residents abroad.

    Tras delays and lost title shipments to countries outside the EU, which are not the responsibility of the URJC, but of the postal services of those countries. Students residing outside the EU are recommended to do not request the transfer of the title to the diplomatic representation, Spanish Consulate/Embassy, and instead, provide a third person with power of attorney to withdraw the title in person (the cost is similar in both options).

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    European Diploma Supplement

    What is the European Diploma Supplement and what are its effects?

    The European Diploma Supplement is the document that validates official university degrees in the European Union, with unified information, personalized for each university graduate, about the studies completed, the results obtained, the professional skills acquired and the level of their degree in the national higher education system (art. 3, RD 1044/2003, of August 1).

    Article 3 of Royal Decree 22/2015, of January 23, which establishes the requirements for issuing the European Supplement to titles regulated by Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, establishes that:

    “Once the studies leading to the Bachelor's or Master's degrees have been completed and the degree has been requested by the interested party, the universities will issue the European Diploma Supplement together with it”.

    How to obtain the European Diploma Supplement?

    If you have just finished your Master's degree and are going to apply for your title: The SET will be delivered ex officio together with the Official Title.

    If you are a graduate who has already withdrawn his Official Master's Degree without the SET: The student may present the application form  together with a photocopy of your DNI, Passport or Community Regime Card at any Registry Office of the Rey Juan Carlos University,

    Where and how is the European Diploma Supplement collected?

    Once the SET has been issued, the student will be notified and can pick it up at the Access Tests, Degrees and Scholarships Service. Rectorate Building, 1st floor, of the Móstoles Campus