Calendar for the academic year 2022-23
Course calendar 2023-24
The 2023-24 academic year begins on September 18 and ends on May 11.
First semester: from September 18 to January 13.
Second semester: from January 22 to May 11.
Classes at Campus in Pamplona: November 9 and 10, 2023.
workshop Theological-Didactic at Campus in Madrid: February 22, 2024.
Examinations course 2022-23
Exams course 2023-24
First ordinary call for applications semester:
Exams high school program and Program of pedagogy and didactics of religion: January 12 and 13, 2024 (Presential in Pamplona and Madrid).
Exams Programs of training permanent and Diploma of programs of study physlosophic: January 12 and 13, 2024 (online).
Ordinary call for applications second semester:
Exams high school program and Program of Pedagogy and Didactics of Religion: May 10 and 11, 2024 (In person in Pamplona and Madrid).
Exams Programs of training permanent and Diploma of programs of study physlosophic: May 10 and 11, 2024 (online).
re-sit examination period first and second semester:
Exams high school program and Program of pedagogy and didactics of religion: June 21 and 22, 2024 (Presential in Pamplona).
Exams Programs of training permanent and Diploma of programs of study physlosophic: June 21 and 22, 2024 (online).
2022-23 course exams dropdown
Students will be entitled to four exam sittings on each subject. Those who do not manage to approve any subject once the third sitting has been used up may apply for extend the four sittings to two more.
The application must be formalised in the month following the publication of the grades of the third call, by means of a reasoned letter addressed to Director of the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences. An appeal may be lodged against the decision of the management committee of the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences within a period of fifteen days before the President Magnificent of the University.
Students who are unable to sit the exam, for duly justified reasons, may apply for written request 15 days before the date of the exam, stating the reasons for the impossibility of taking the exam. If the dispensation is not requested, the exams will be held regardless of whether or not the student student takes the exam.
For students who need to change the date or time of their exams for duly justified reasons, the deadline for submitting a request for a change of date or time will also be 15 days before the exam date. written request will also be 15 days before the date of the exam. This same period is applicable to students who have exams that coincide with each other. They must apply for change the date or time of one of them with the same advance notice.
The waivers obtained only produce academic effects and, therefore, do not entail total or partial cancellation of the enrollment and only have an effect on the corresponding examination and the subject ; consequently, they do not have any economic effects either.
Subject and seminar grades are expressed in the following terms: Fail, C, B, A and matricula de honor. For the purpose of calculating the average marks of transcript , the following values will be taken: Fail: from 0 to 4.9 points; C: from 5.0 to 6.9 points; B: from 7.0 to 8.9 points; A: from 9.0 to 10 points.
The lecturer may award enrollment with honours to students who have obtained a grade equal to or higher than 9. The number of students may not exceed 5% of the number of students enrolled, unless this is less than 20, in which case only one enrollment with honours may be awarded.