A total of 25,710 students have formalised in the first 24 hours their application for access to Andalusian public universities to study a first-choice degree in the next academic year 2023/2024, in which 73,458 places are offered for bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The Regional Ministry of University, Research and Innovation has released these data after the conclusion of the Baccalaureate Evaluation Test for University Entrance (PEvAU) in the community.
Once the results of the exams were known yesterday, 22 June, the pre-registration period was opened in Andalusia on the same day, a period that will end on 30 June at 23:59 hours.
In order to take part in the admission procedure, the Single University District Commission of Andalusia warns all students that it is necessary to apply for pre-enrolment between 22 and 30 June, even if they have failed the exams, in case they manage to pass the test after the appropriate revisions.
As this is a competitive procedure, in which applications cannot be submitted after the established deadline, the computer programme through which the application is submitted allows a mark of less than five points to be entered, which will be automatically updated when the university awards a new mark, and if this is equal to or higher than five points, the application will be accepted in the procedure with full rights.
The publication of the first allocation of places will take place on 6 July. On this date, the enrolment, confirmation or reservation period will also begin, with a duration of five days, until 10 July. The second allocation of places will take place on 14 July and will last until 17 July. The third and final allocation will take place on 21 July and will end on 24 July.
As in previous years, pre-enrolment for university access will only be carried out online at the address (lajunta.es/portaldua), which is the direct link to the website of the Distrito Único Andaluz. On this platform, those who have taken the exams at an Andalusian university do not have to present any documentation at their universities.
96.28% of students who sat the exam passed
96.23% of Andalusian students who sat the Access Phase of the Baccalaureate Evaluation Test for University Entrance (PEvAU) in Andalusia have passed, which means 39,091 out of a total of 40,622 students who sat this compulsory part, according to data provided by the Regional Ministry of University, Research and Innovation.
The highest mark was a 10 obtained by 12 students in the provinces of Cádiz (2), Córdoba (1), Jaén (1), Granada (3), Málaga (1) and Seville (4). This is the maximum score that students can achieve in the Access Phase, although it is possible to complement it with four additional points obtained in the Admission Phase, depending on the grade obtained in these exams and the weighting made according to the degree applied for. The next best marks were a 9.96 achieved by a student from the province of Granada and a 9.93 from the provinces of Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva and Seville.
In terms of gender, of the 23,453 women who took the PEvAU, a total of 22,576 passed, representing 96.26%; while, in the case of men, 16,515 of the 17,169 students who took the exam obtained a satisfactory result, equivalent to 96.19%.
In this ordinary PEvAU examination, students also sat the Admission Phase, which is voluntary in order to obtain a higher mark. In this case, up to four disciplines could be examined, although only the mark of the two most favourable ones for the chosen degree or degrees is taken into account. The maximum score to be achieved in this phase is four points.
Labour market insertion survey to guide the selection process
The Regional Ministry of University, Research and Innovation has made available to students starting university next academic year the most significant data from a study carried out by the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA) on the subjects with the most job opportunities and the level of labour market insertion of graduates from academic institutions.
This information is available on the website of the Single Andalusian District. The aim of this measure is to provide these young people with relevant information to help them decide which degree course to enrol in.