The Vice-rector for Students, Alumni and Employability of the ULPGC, David SánchezHe pointed out that everything has been scrupulously prepared for young people to access the exams that will take place until Saturday, the 12th, with all the health guarantees according to the current situation of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Surely the boys will be very nervous, but I understand that they are better prepared than last year, when we suffered confinement in mid-March and went from face-to-face teaching to online without prior preparation. That last stage was more difficult, but this year, fortunately, in the Canarian community we have had a good index with respect to Covid and everything has been developed quite normally and in face-to-face teaching, ”said Sánchez.
The vice-rector indicated that compared to last year there are few novelties, the Ebau continues to be developed in four days, -before the pandemic there were three-, but it was extended to one more to avoid the overcrowding of students in the different venues, and also they have expanded the number of classrooms to meet the needs of physical distance. “Today the students of Sciences come and tomorrow the same program will be repeated as today but with the boys who have enrolled in the modality of letters, -Humanities, Social Sciences and Art-, with different exams of course “.
In the ULPGC A total of 5,945 students have registered to take the Baccalaureate Assessment for University Access-EBAU, on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th of the June call. Of these, 5,267 will complete the general phase and 678 only the option phase to improve their grade.
By branches, of the 5,267 students of the general phase, 272 correspond to Arts and Humanities, 2,487 to Sciences, 1,700 to Social Sciences, and 808 to Humanities. In addition, 111 students with special needs are present at the EBAU.
Last year, 2020, in the ordinary call they enrolled in the ULPGC a total of 6133 students (19% more than in 2019, which were 5,150) and 89.3% of those presented were eligible. On this occasion, enrollment has fallen by 188 students compared to 2020, which represents a decrease of 3%.
The offices enabled in the province of Las Palmas are: Tafira Campus, in several buildings, for the students from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Teror, Valleseco, Santa Brígida, San Mateo, Tejeda and Artenara; Guide: IES Santa Mª de Guía, students from Arucas, Moya, Firgas, Santa Mª de Guía, Gáldar, Agaete and the Aldea de San Nicolás; South: in Expomeloneras, students from Ingenio, Agüimes, Santa Lucñia, Mogán and San Bartolomé de Tirajana; Telde: IES Juan Pulido Castro (Arnao), students from Valsequillo and Telde, including Jinámar; Lanzarote: IES Blas Cabrera and IES César Manrique; and Fuerteventura: IES Santo Tomás de Aquino.
In the Tafira and Lanzarote headquarters, the students have been distributed among various sub-branches due to the number of students expected and compliance with sanitary regulations.
As a novelty in this announcement, a joint Resolution of the Canarian public universities, ULPGC and ULL, has been issued to establish a common protocol for the June call of EBAU in relation to those students who can document documentary proof that they cannot present themselves to the ordinary call of June of the EBAU for having been diagnosed with COVID-19 and not having completed the period of home isolation, or for people who are in quarantine for being in close contact with people diagnosed with COVID. The extraordinary call of the EBAU will be held on July 7, 8 and 9.
In that case, your qualification from the July extraordinary call will be included in the minutes of the EBAU ordinary call, in the way determined by each university so that it can access the places of the degrees. This action protocol is exceptional, and is applicable only to the ordinary call of the EBAU in June of the 2020-2021 academic year.