Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Average Grade Statement

Average Grade Declaration

If applying for admission to any of these programmes, the average Grade Declaration must be provided as follows:

 

I.       Students of the UAM:

 

Students whose accession degree was issued by the UAM are not required to submit any document for this purpose, as during the online accession process this data is imported from the student’s database. The applicable scale is established in Royal Decree 1125/2003, of 5 September (Scale of 1 to 10).

 

II.     Students from other Spanish universities:

 

These students should:


1) Include the data regarding their Average Grade Point in the appropriate box on the application form, according to the scale established in Royal Decree 1125/2003, of 5 September (Scale of 1 to 10).

2) Attach to the application form, in electronic format, the official Average Grade certificate issued by the university, unless this grade is stated on the transcript of records.

3) If admission is granted, the original document must be shown at the Postgraduate Studies Centre, unless this grade is stated on the transcript of records.

 

III.    Students who have completed undergraduate studies in a foreign country:

 

These students should include the Official Certificate of Average Grade Equivalence.

For students with foreign degrees, the Official Certificate of Average Grade Equivalence will only be issued by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports. In the absence of such Official Certificate, it will be the Masters’ Coordinators decision to evaluate the average grade according to the documents available.

Once the Average Grade Equivalence is obtained, this figure should be included in the corresponding section of the application form according to the scale established by Royal Decree 1125/2003, September 5th (scale 1 to 10) and attach the Official Certificate of Average Grade Equivalence in electronic format in order to obtain the necessary scale uniformity to evaluate all applications.

The Official Certificate of Average Grade Equivalence should be applied for at the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.

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For further inquiries, please contact:

notamedia.uni@mecd