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As general entry requirement they should be contemplated in some of the presumptions of the article 6 of the RD 99/2011 or of the second additional provision of such Royal Decree.In order to access the Doctoral Programme it is necessary to own an official University Master’s degree, or other of similar level, expeded by an institution within the European Higher Education Area.
Also applicants who hold a degree obtained according to foreign educational systems, without the need of its accreditation, after verification by the university that it certifies a level of training equivalent to the official Spanish qualification of the Master’s Degree and which confers in the issuance country of the degree the access to doctoral studies. This admission doesn’t not imply, in any case, the accreditation of the previous degree or its recognition for other purposes different to the access to Doctoral Studies.

As specific requirement:
a) Having passed at least 60 ETCS credits in the master’s degrees by the UV or the Universitat Politècnica de València (Master’s degree in Experimental Techniques in Chemistry, in Sensors for Industrial Applications, in Experimental and Industrial Organic Chemistry, Sustainable Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Environmental Toxicology, Colloid and Interphase Technology, Environmental Engineering), or in university master’s degrees whose contents are included within the teaching body of chemistry. In the event of holding the Diploma d'Estudis Avançats (DEA-a tertiary education degree)- obtained according to the Royal Decree 778/98– or the Research Proficiency- according to the regulations of the Royal Decree 185/85– , they must have been completed within Doctoral Programmes related to this.
b) Also, the students who have taken other Master’s Degree studies different to the ones mentioned above can be admitted, particularly those who do not hold a research profile or who come from master’s degree studies which require taking additional credits to take up the doctoral programme. E)For those students who enter the doctoral programme with an Undergraduate Degree whose duration is at least of 300 credits, unless the curriculum of the corresponding Undergraduate Degree include research training credits, equivalent to the research credits of the Master’s studies. In those cases, students will be required to take training complements at master’s degree level within the subjects of the master’s degree programmes mentioned in a) which offer them non-accredited knowledge. The Academic Committee will study each of the cases and will establish the subjects to be taken. Passing the subjects will guarantee acquiring competencies.
The students who fulfil the requirements will entry the doctoral programme, and the Doctoral Studies Academic Committee will be the responsible for verifying the compliance of the above requirements for the admission of the applicant.