Withdrawal involves complete cancellation of enrolment and entitlement to full reimbursement, provided the request is made in the 14 calendar days following enrolment.
For the enrolment fee to be refunded, the fee's payment needs to be confirmed; in a limited number of cases hard copy learning resources may have been received, and these must be returned with their original packaging intact. The return address is as follows:
Disnet - Ref. Renúncia de matrícula
Can Camps, 15
Pl. Can Roqueta 08202
Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain
Following withdrawal of enrolment, you can request reactivation of enrolment, and thus nullify said withdrawal. To do so, fill out this document (.doc, 210 kB) and send it before the start of the semester using the form to be found in the Secretary's Office > Enrolment > Enrolment modifications > Enrolment withdrawal section of the Virtual Campus.
Consequences of exercising your right to withdrawal
If you exercise your right to withdraw enrolment, the University will reimburse you for all the payments you have made in a maximum of fourteen (14) calendar days from the date when you make the request.
Thus, it is very important that you keep your bank details up-to-date on the Virtual Campus so that the refund can be made. You can enter your bank account details in the Student records / Bank details section of the Virtual Campus.
If when enrolling, you chose to pay by direct debit and have already been charged, you need to contact your bank and ask them for reimbursement. If not, the UOC will carry out the necessary procedures to refund you, once the 56 days set by the banking regulations have passed, without this leading to any further liability for the University.