Andalusian students are most interested in the following university degrees: Psychology, Medicine, Nursing, and Primary Education. Law and Dentistry follow. This information has been made available on the Andalusian Single District's website starting at 00.00.
The Medicine program has been chosen by 9,625 people, up from 8,515 applicants last year. This degree will be offered by the University of Almeria for the first time in 2022-2023. 1,139 applicants have applied for it. Following are the most popular titles in Andalusia: Nursing with 7,399 applications, compared with 7,308 last years, and Psychology with 4,733 applicants compared with 4,617 last year.
Almeria's degree in Medicine, with 13442, was the one that reached the highest cut-off in this adjudication. It should be noted that the Forum of the Medical Profession opposed this training program. It is very similar to the mark given at other Andalusian universities like Cordoba (13.445) and Cadiz (13.455). Jaen has retained the new Medicine degree at 13,415.
The community's public universities received 84,321 new applications this year for admission to their degrees. This is compared to 79.333 last year. Of these, 55,092 came from Andalusia and 29,229 from Spain (25.758) and abroad (3,471). The gender distribution is as follows: 33,482 males and 50,749 females.
Almeria has seen the highest increase in requests for first preference (compared to 3,455 last year). It is also higher than Jaen (3.002), Pablo de Olavid de Sevilla (3.3696) and Huelva (1.873) in terms of volume of demand, but it is still less than Cordoba (5.690).
Registration and reservations are open through July 11.
Between today, July 7, and July 11, 2022 the registration, reservation, and confirmation period for the 50,826 total places offered by the public universities in Andalusia will be open.
The computer system of Andalusian Single District gives information about the recommended and mandatory steps required for admission. Students who are admitted in the first preference must enroll at the appropriate university once they have been granted the desired place.
If they are accepted in the second or subsequent option, they will need to confirm that they wish to be on the waiting list for the most requested requests and reserve the place. They can also opt to enroll in the assigned degree. However, the Andalusian Single District will accept that these people waive their initial requests and they will remain enrolled in the degree without continuing the process.
Students who are currently on the waiting lists for all of their requests must confirm that they wish to stay on them to be eligible for a place in the next adjudication.
The Andalusian Single district system will generally understand that if an interested party doesn't confirm or reserve a spot, they will not be able to continue the procedure. They will be expelled from the process and their place will be given to someone on the waiting list. The next award will take place on July 14.
96.28% of students who presented to the PEvAU were successful
The Access Phase of the Baccalaureate Assessment Test for University Access in Andalusia (PEvAU), which saw 96.28% of students present, has been approved. This means that 37,702 students have been required to take this part. This is an increase from the 95.65% student body that passed the exams last year.
The Access Phase's highest score was a ten by fourteen students from the provinces Almeria (2) Cordoba (1) Huelva (1) Jaen (1) and Jaen (1). This is the highest score students can get in this phase. However, it is possible to add four points to it in the Admission Phase depending on your grade and the weighting. This second phase has been chosen by 45,016 students, compared to 44,588 in the previous year.
To guide your selection, take a job placement survey
The Ministry of Economic Transformation, Industry, Knowledge and Universities has made available, starting last June 13, the most important data from a study by the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia (IECA), on the employment of public university graduates. The Single Andalusian district website has this information.
This measure is designed to give these young people the information they need to make a decision about whether or not to enroll in a degree after passing the PEvAU.