Classes for the period September 2020-February 2021 begin on September 21. We recommend that you contact your career coordinator if you have questions about academic matters.
Yes, cancellations can be done through the system SGU.
To add any subject or arrange a pre-registration you can write an email to the secretary of the faculty, at the addresses indicated below. In the email you must indicate the details of the situation, your code, career and full names. The mail must be addressed to the Dean of the Faculty.
In order to protect the safety and health of our university community, it has been defined that the semester September 2020 - February 2021, will begin with its academic activities in remote mode, using different platforms to accompany and promote learning.
Any change to this modality will be subject to the provisions of the national and cantonal authorities in relation to the period of essential care. We recommend that you always be attentive to our official channels, through which we will provide you with all the necessary information.
Only if English is a prerequisite for your level you will not be able to pre-enroll. You can write to us email@example.com with your code to review your case.
In case it is a requirement for you, once your grades have been uploaded to the system and you have approved English, you can submit an application to the Rectorate to be granted an ordinary enrollment on the dates of the extraordinary ones.
As established in the academic calendar of this semester, ordinary enrollments will be open from Monday, August 24, 2020 to Sunday, September 13, 2020. Payment of extraordinary enrollment will be from Monday, September 14, 2020 to Sunday, September 20, 2020.
You can write an email to the secretary of the faculty, to the indicated emails, with details of the situation, do not forget to write your code, career and full names
Philosophy, Letters and Educational Sciences: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administration Sciences: email@example.com
Science and Technology: firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal Sciences: email@example.com
Design, Architecture and Art: firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit card payments directly at the University counter can be made with all national credit cards. If you pay the entire semester, it can be deferred up to 6 months without interest, if you pay only 60% of the semester, that is, the tuition plus half of the tuition, it can be deferred up to 3 months without interest. The balance is paid at the end of the semester.
If you don't want to go to the treasury, you can use the payment button on the website. In this case there are two ways: in one of the payment buttons you can cancel and defer with the Banco Pichincha and Banco de Guayaquil cards. In the other payment button you can pay with credit cards: Medianet, Banco del Austro and Banco Pacifico, in this case, the payment is current, then you must call your bank to defer.
It refers to what we normally know as an "intercycle note" and adds up to a total of 30 points. These 30 points include three partial qualifications: 10 attendance points, 10 compliance points, and 10 performance points.
It consists of the evaluation of the student's effort in participating in the synchronous and asynchronous programmed activities. The responsibility of this qualification will be of the professor of the subject, course or equivalent.
It should be remembered that the assessment of this partial will consider the particular situation of the student, favoring those who are in a vulnerable situation in this period of essential care.
It will consist of the assessment of the compliance by the students of the activities and tasks that have been requested by the teacher. The responsibility of this qualification will be of the professor of the subject, course or equivalent.
It is the assessment through different assessment instruments that the teacher considers relevant according to the nature of the subject and the learning environment. The responsibility of this qualification will be of the professor of the subject, course or equivalent.
This component is equivalent to the commonly known “final exam”. In the Exceptional Evaluation System for the Essential Care Period, it involves the sum of a total of 20 points that are divided into two qualifications:
· The partial asynchronous evaluation over 10 points, which will consist of an evaluation instrument that the student can perform during a period of at least 48 hours. The teacher will design this instrument according to the nature of the subject and the technological and material resources available to students in their homes, for this, they will take into consideration the particular circumstances that, due to this period of essential care, may arise. The score will be recorded by the teacher and will be final.
The partial synchronous evaluation on 10 points, which will be carried out by means of an evaluation instrument that the student must carry out together with their classmates at a time established by the Faculty Council and in the period of time determined by the professor in accordance with the nature of the subject and the assessment instrument that has been designed for this purpose. The evaluation dates will be according to the new academic calendar.
Yes. In those subjects where, due to their nature and organization, it is deemed appropriate, with the prior authorization of the Dean of the Faculty, the score of the Final Component may be assigned with a work, project or asynchronous instrument of 20 points. In this case, the student must have at least 10 points of the 20 points of this Component; otherwise, the student will have to take this evaluation again for the same 20 points.
There are two minimum qualifications that the student must achieve:
A supplementary exam will be given, only for the synchronous evaluation (that is, the evaluation programmed by the teacher that the students take all at the same time). This exam will be defined and scored by the teacher.
In the case that the Final Component consisted of an asynchronous activity (work - project - another instrument) of 20 points, it will be evaluated on the same score and in the same modality.
The student must, in the summation, reach at least 30 points to pass the semester.
The Exceptional Evaluation System for the Essential Care Period includes two evaluation components: Contribution Component and Final Component. The Contribution Component will have a 30-point rating scale and the Final Component will have a 20-point rating scale. For the approval of a subject, course or its equivalent, the student must achieve a sum of at least 30 points of the 50 total points.
The Exceptional Evaluation System for the Essential Care Period considers the possibility of a remedial period within 30 days of the end of the semester. The student will carry out the final partial remedial synchronous evaluation defined by the teacher.
In the case that the Final Component consisted of an asynchronous activity of 20 points, it will be evaluated on the same score and in the same modality.
If with this new remedial grade, the student does not obtain the minimum total score of 30 points required, they will fail the subject, course or its equivalent.