Six thousand students will take the EBAU at the ULPGC

For courts, those enrolled in the EBAU are: 471 in Fuerteventura (426 in general and 45 in specific); 798 in Lanzarote (735 and 63); 2,580 in The Gran Canarian palms (2,210 and 370); 528 in the North (470 and 58); 987 in the South (902 and 85); and 581 in Telde (524 and 57).

By branches, of the 5,267 students in 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 decreased by 188 students compared to 2020, which represents a decrease of 3%.

Students must appear at 8.45 am at the designated venue for the exams that are:

Tafira Campus, in various buildings, 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

Fuerteventura: IES Santo Tomás de Aquino.

At the Tafira and Lanzarote campuses, students will have to be divided among several Sub-sites due to the number of students expected and compliance with sanitary regulations. Before the test, the lists will be published with the headquarters or sub-office and classroom where each student will have to take the tests and can be consulted at


As a novelty in this call, a joint Resolution of the Canarian public universities, ULPGC and ULL, has been issued to establish a common protocol for the June EBAU call in relation to those students who can document documentary proof that they cannot apply to the ordinary June call 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 manner determined by each university so that you can access the places for 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.

The provisional ratings will be published on June 18 on the ULPGC's institutional website ( and the publication of the final ratings after the review, on June 25. A direct link has been enabled to consult the grades called to facilitate access without having to go through the institutional website as a previous step.

From June 21 to July 2, the pre-registration period will open, in which students can choose up to 12 undergraduate degrees in order of priority. The ULPGC offers 40 different degrees, of which 6 are double degrees and 5 are taught in a teletraining mode.

The system for assigning places is configured to assign the most preferred position of those chosen and that, when a position is assigned, all the grades chosen in the lowest position are eliminated. Therefore, you have to be very aware of the pre-registration calendar and the enrollment deadlines since, if you do not formalize the enrollment within the established deadlines, you exclude yourself from the process. To consult the pre-registration there is also a direct link, which is:

The limits of places, cut-off marks of the previous year and information on scholarships, residencies or public prices, are published on the website of the Academic Management Service and on the ULPGC student website for you


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