Masters 2021

Architecture and Engineering Branch

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
    imatge de la noticiaBiomedical Engineering is one of the fields of engineering which has gone through a greater growth in the last few years. Is a continuously-spreading area based on the functioning of living beings at nanoscopic level, the development of new biomaterials and the advances in tissue regeneration or in molecular images, among others, have provoked a revolution in biomedical and medicine sciences. This revolution is producing an important increase on the demand of professionals capable of integrating in cross-disciplinary teams along with health professionals, biologist and doctors to tackle new challenges for an improvement in health technology. On the other hand, the globalisation of the health care together with the aging of the population, makes it necessary to develop new medical technologies able to improve not only the quality of life of the citizenship, but also able to control the costs of the health care ensuring the sustainability of the system. This demand for medical technology is motivating the need for engineers to conceive, design, develop, produce, install and instruct in the usage of medical equipment and instruments. Nowadays, all these factors make Biomedical Engineering a strategic area in the development of economy based in the knowledge, and an area with great potential for the development of new industries.
  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    The Degree in Biomedical Engineering is the official university tittle used as a referent for the design of the range of courses of the University Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. As a consequence, it is considered as a referral Degree and the graduates, according to the assessment criteria of established merits, will be admitted without complementary training to the abovementioned Master’s degree.
    Likewise, according to the assessment criteria of established merits in the following section, the graduates in Biomedical Engineering coming from any Spanish university, will be admitted without any complementary training.
    For the rest of the applicants who meet the access requirements, there is complementary training that they must carry out which, in any case, will be considered as admission pre-requirements.
     

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
    Training complements

    For students coming from the Degree in Biomedical Engineering, there will not be any bridging course outside the Master’s degree.
    The rest of the students with Degrees related to the industrial area, computer science, telecommunications and physical sciences, must carry out bridging courses outside the Master’s degree. Such bridging courses will be equivalent to 60 ECTS of the following subjects:

    First Four-Month Period

    ECTS

    Second Four-Month Period

    ECTS

    Morphology and Function I

    4.5

    Medical Fundamentals

    4.5

    Morphology and Function II

    4.5

    Healthcare Models

    4.5

    Introduction to Pathology

    4.5

    Biomaterial and Biomechanics

    4.5

    Medical Instrumentation

    4.5

    Computer Systems and Networks

    4.5

    Medical Signals

    4.5

    Information Systems and Telemedicine

    4.5

    Techniques for Biomedical Imaging

    4.5

    Processing Medical Imaging

    4.5

    Basic Mechanisms of Control and Regulation

    3

    Bioelectrocity

    3

    TOTAL

    30

    TOTAL

    30

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
    Admission criteria

    The admission applications for the Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering that meet the access conditions and the specific admission requirements mentioned in previous sections, will evaluated by the Academic Committee of the Master’s degree according to the assessment criteria of merits and selection mentioned below:
    a) Academic Record
    The assessment of the academic record will be expressed with a punctuation from 0 to 10 and will be obtained from the average mark of the Degree with which the applicant accesses the Master’s degree, in accordance with the terms in article 5.3 of the Royal Decree 1125/2003, by which the European Credit Transfer System is established, as well as the grading system in the official university degrees and the validity in the national territory. In order to obtain the average mark, the credits recognised without mark are not taken into account.
    In the case of the academic records qualified according to rating scales that are different from those in the Royal Decree 1125/2003, the Academic Committee of the Governing Council, will establish the corresponding equivalences.
    To make comparable the marks from different Universities, Centres, Degrees and classes, the average marks of each academic record will be normalised according to the conditions that both universities regulate.
    b) Correspondence of the competences of the Access degree with those from the Referral Degree. The adaptation to the acquired competences in the Referral Degree of the contents of the academic curriculum of the Degree with which the applicant accesses the Master’s degree will be valued. This assessment will be made by the Master’s Degree Academic Committee.

    The assessment will be expressed with a rating from 0 to 10.

    c) CV: Curriculum Vitae
    The curriculum vitae of the applicant will be valued, specially in those aspects that have to do with the work experience in the field of the Master’s degree, the continuous training and the language skills. The assessment criteria will be proposed by the Master’s Degree Academic Committee.
    The assessment will be expressed with a rating from 0 to 10.
    It is advisable to consider, in the final assessment, the three described criteria.  The importance of each criteria will be set by the centre responsible for the Master’s degree (ERT), always inside the three following sections:
    a) Academic record: 40-60%
    b) Correspondence of the competences of the Access degree with those from the Referral Degree: 40-60%
    c) Curriculum Vitae: 0-10%
    All the applications will be organised according to the obtained weighted score and taking into account the preference criteria indicated in the section of specific requirements in regard to the marks of access to the university and the certification of the B2 level in foreign language.

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish and english
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technical University of Valencia.
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    The interest of the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering lies in its academic, scientific and professional interest responding to the current social demand in this field and completes unambiguously the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, allowing students to acquire the competencies that they don’t have acquired in the Undergraduate Degree studies. From the academic point of view the studies on Chemical Engineering are guaranteed by the most prestigious universities of the world, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California-Berkeley University, Stratford University, Cambridge University, University of Tokyo, Imperial College of London, Technische Universität München, or ETH of Zurich among other. On the websites of the institutions mentioned, the importance of Chemical Engineering can be appreciated, either at academic and professional level. In order to describe the quality standards and competencies of Chemical Engineering other organisations such as FEANI (Federation Européenne d’Associations Nacionales d’Ingenieurs), EFCE (European Federation of Chemical Engineers), ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), CESARER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research), clearly set out the need of two training levels related to the profession. From a social perspective chemical engineers are highly demanded professionals in all countries with a highly defined curriculum. The Master’ Degree in Chemical Engineering involves in one hand the deepening in the knowledge and competencies acquired in the Undergraduate Degree Studies and in the other hand should lead to a certain level of specialisation, which can have either an academic or professional nature for preparing the doctoral studies. All this confirms the academic, scientific, technical and professional interest of the Master’s Degree. The general goal of the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering by the UV is to train and to specialise students for practising the profession of Chemical Engineering in all the competencies that should be acquired. Thus, the Master’ Degree in Chemical Engineering involves in one hand the deepening in the knowledge and competencies acquired in the Undergraduate Degree Studies and in the other hand should lead to a certain level of specialisation which allow the appropriate practice of the profession and provide the scientific/technical preparation needed for the development of the doctoral studies.
  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant’s profile is a graduate in Chemical Engineering who has got the competences described in the third section of the Ministerial Decree that establishes the requirements to verify official university titles linked to the work of industrial technical engineers (Decree CIN/351/2009). He should also have the technical education described in the fifth section of the previously mentioned decree, which refers to the Industrial Chemistry Specific Technology Module. If the applicant was a graduate in any other discipline rather than Chemical Engineering, we will be asked to comply a series of educational requirements to prove that he is competent in the master’s subject. The UV Degree in Chemical Engineering is considered the model degree for accessing the master’s degree. Therefore, we do not recommend students who don’t have training in related scientific/technical disciplines to apply for this master’s degree.

    Regarding the language requirements, the applicants are recommended to have a B2 or higher level of English to understand scientific documents. Foreigner students are advised to have a C1 level of Spanish.

     

  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Training complements

    Holders of degrees different to the ones mentioned above will be required to take the bridging courses needed for meeting the competencies of the degree in Chemical Engineering.

  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Admission criteria

    If the number of applications is higher than the number of places offered, there will be a selection carried out by Academic Coordinating Committee.

    The admission criteria will be the following: Adaptation of the profile (50-70%), Academic Record (20-40%), Professional Experience (5-10%) and other academic and training merits: other degrees or postgraduate studies, community languages level B-1 or superior, seminars, etc (5-10%).

    Bridging courses

    The Master’s Degree Academic Committee will indicate the subjects (corresponding to the Undergraduate Degree in Chemical Engineering) to be taken by the students, depending on the cv of the candidates, with a maximum number of 30 ECTS.

  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Credit: 75
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/miqui
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    This programme offers advanced education on Information and Communication Technologies and on electronic engineering technologies connected to the industrial world. Seeking to provide specialised knowledge for the design of integrated circuits, electronic and photonic devices, energy conversion, communication systems and services, etc., the programme’s professional interest lies in its adequacy to the current job market and the need for technology designers, developers and managers of electronic systems. The masters is taught at the School of Engineering (ETSE) of Valencia University, which is located next to the Institutes of the Science Park and the Company Incubator of the Burjasot-Paterna Campus and near Valencia’s Technology Park, these three areas accounting for the greatest demand for highly qualified electronic engineering professionals in the Region of Valencia. In addition to its professional side, the programme has a focus on research, for those students willing to further their education with the Electronic Engineering PhD offered by the University of Valencia.
  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    These are the recommended entry profiles Educational profiles (as per the catalogue of official undergraduate studies, RD 1497/1987): technical engineers - Ingenieros Técnicos (industrial, telecommunications), industrial engineers (mechanical and electrical, industrial automation and electronics), physics graduates, computer engineers, telecommunication engineers.
    Graduates in studies under the new decree and with a similar academic profile to that of the aforementioned degrees will also be eligible.
    Whichever the case, the candidate's profile shall include basic knowledge of circuit analysis and linear systems, analogue electronics and digital electronics.

    Regarding the student's personal profile, the programme is addressed to individuals willing to further the knowledge and skills needed to become specialised in the areas described, in both the professional and the researching paths. Therefore, they would be expected to have affinity with electronics as a driver of broad socioeconomic sectors and, especially, as an essential contribution to industrial strategic sectors.
     

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Training complements

    The Academic Commission will inform students on the courses to be completed (either from the new or former degree system) as levelling modules (maximum 30 ECTS). If the student has to complete the levelling credits, they will not be computed as part of the credits necessary for the qualification.

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Admission criteria

    In general terms, the Academic Commission shall observe the following criteria in their appraisal of the applications:
    - University qualifications (the degree’s affinity with the contents of the masters will be considered).
    - Academic records.
    - Curriculum vitae (training courses, research merit, and professional experience related to the masters).
    If the student demand is higher than the university offer, there will be a student selection process. It will be conducted by the Coordinating Academic Committee following the scientific and academic criteria of the weighting grid down below:

    Formation and title requirements for accessing the Master’s Degree (Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Electronic Engineering and Industrial Electronic Engineering obtain the highest scores)

    40 %

    Average mark of the academic record of the student’s degree for accessing.

    20 %

    Submitted CV (including documents that prove the alleged merits). If necessary, a personal interview about the alleged merits will take place and the priority of the Master’s Degree in Electronic Engineering compared to other master’s degrees will be taken into account.

    40 %

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 15
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/moie
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    imatge de la noticiaThe increasing sensitivity in the face of environmental degradation and the need to mitigate the impacts of pollution on this, the intervention of new professionals in relation to the environmental engineering is needed, in order to achieve a balance between the development of our society, the industrial competitiveness, and the sustainable and respectful perspective with the environment. The need for response to these new challenges has consolidated worldwide the studies in this field, as proposed in this Master’s. In this sense, the study and understanding of the impacts created by the human activities justify its research and professional orientation, since it is only from an advanced knowledge programme that trains specialists from where you can face these matters, either through the development, design and technology transfer or the implementation of other kinds of processes.
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s in Environmental Engineering is preferentially addressed to the following degrees: Undergraduates in Rural and Agro-food Engineering; Forest and Environmental Engineering; Civil Engineering; in Public Work Engineering, in Chemical Engineering and in Industrial Engineering.

    Undergraduates in Environmental science ,Chemistry and in Biotechnology. 
    The degree holders who are exposed below will be also among the recommended profiles: Holders of a Licenciatura in Environmental Science and Chemistry, Industrial Technical Engineers; Public Work Engineers; Agricultural Engineers; Forest and Mining Engineers, Chemical Engineers; Civil Engineers; Industrial Engineers; Agronomists; Mountains and Mining Engineers.

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Admission criteria

    Three basic criteria are applied in the evaluation of applicants:
    - Degree from which admission is requested, i.e. affinity of degree with recommended profile. (40-50%)
    - Academic records and average mark (35-40)
    - Curriculum Vitae (10-15%)
     

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technical University
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masteria
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    imatge de la noticiaRemote sensing concerns the acquisition of data from radiation sensors installed in space platforms and their later treatment to obtain information about our environment. It is a discipline that is based in measurable magnitudes and verifiable hypotheses that requires a good capacity for analysis and synthesis and that offers to society direct results that improve our knowledge on the physical world. Within remote sensing we can encompass meteorological products, applications aimed to improve agricultural yields, mapping of the terrain, drought control and natural disasters, search for new mining sites, forest management, territory planning, and so on that has not even started as this is a young discipline. The interest for society of scientific studies that are carried out from remote sensing data on the most diverse sides of our environment is easily justifiable given the great amount of operative applications that provide the scientific results that are obtained with it. Remote sensing supplies with thematic maps of our planet, characteristics and variables of interest related with water, soil, crops, and natural vegetation providing periodic and updated information, making easier the continuous tracing and in the long term and helping in decision making to managers in such fields. It provides a form of study in access areas and/or with minimum field support. Remote sensing is also applied to studies on outer space, contributing to a better understanding of the universe that surrounds us.
  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Recommended admission profile

    The profile of the student of the Master's Degree in Remote Sensing matches with students that have completed their "Licenciatura" with a good basis on Physics and Mathematics.

    It is thus recommended as profile, to hold any of the following degrees: Undergraduate Degree (or "Licenciatura") in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Environmental Sciences; Telecommunications Engineering, Agronomy Engineering, Geodetic Engineering, Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía (three year degree in Topographic Engineering), Forest Engineering and degrees corresponding to other similar sciences and technologies.   

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Admission criteria

    Student selection is carried out on the basis of scientific and academic reasons based on:

    • The adequacy of the training of the student to the recommended profile (50%).
    • The academic report (30%).
    • The curriculum vitae handed out (with documentary evidence for the claimed merits) (20%).

    In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out by the Academic Coordinating Committee.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Remote Sensing
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 32
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    imatge de la noticiaThe importance of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and particularly, of Computing, is unquestionable in the current Knowledge and Information Society. The usage of electronic devices connected to the network has been increased during the last decade within the industrial field as well as in the domestic and social sector. For this reason, a large number of sources highlight the current high occupation and expect a greater demand of ICT qualified professionals in the next years, due to the constant technological development within the productive sectors. One of the main reasons of the high occupation of graduates in Computing is the ICT’s wide job spectrum. The areas where this profession can be pursued go from design and applications programming to the administration, management, analysis and development of data base platforms, systems and networks administration, and web and multimedia development. In addition, since this is a constantly evolving field, it is important that workers keep training to specialise in the new technologies that are constantly emerging. An important aspect in this field of knowledge is that technologies have a pretty short life cycle. This is a challenge both for professionals and for teachers because being at the forefront involves a constant updating. The Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications trains graduates with the necessary competences to develop professional and research activity and use equipment in the area of Information and Communications Technology, emphasizing specially in modelling, design, implantation, evaluation and management of network services, mobile applications and cloud computing through the knowledge in the new tendencies and research lines in this area.
  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Recommended admission profile

    As a guideline, the Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications is addressed to students who have studied one of the following degrees:

    • Degree in Computer Engineering
    • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    • A EURO-INF certificate degree
    • Technical Engineering in Computer Systems or Management
    • Degree in Telecommunications Engineering (any branch)

    Application forms will be analysed by the Academic Coordinating Committee (CCA) which will be the body responsible for setting the required training complements in case the contents / programming languages taught in the degree of origin do not allow to approach the Master with guarantee.

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Training complements

    Complementary training for those students who have deficiencies in relevant aspects for carrying out the Master’s Degree. The Committee for Academic Coordination will be the body responsible of determining which of these complements, as the case may be, must be studied once it has examined the provided documentation at the pre-registration phase.

    Subject: Programming

    Degree: Degree in Telematics Engineering

    Year: 3rd

    Semester: 1

    Credits: 6 ECTS

    Subject: Databases

    Degree: Degree in Telematics Engineering

    Year: 3rd

    Semester: 1

    Credits: 6 ECTS

    The schedules of these subjects are compatible with the simultaneous study of the Master’s Degree

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Admission criteria

    The pre-registration applications will be assessed by the Academic Coordinating Commission of the Master’s Degree according to the following criteria:

    • the academic record (50%),
    • the suitability of the entering degree (30%),
    • professional experience related to the ambit of the Master’s Degree (10%)
    • other academic and training merits (10%): additional degree or postgraduate studies, B2 or higher level in community languages, etc.

    Those students coming from out of the Ibero-American educational area could be requested to have a B2 Spanish level by the Academic Coordinating Commission of the Master’s Degree.

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 24
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    http://www.uv.es/twcam
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    To determine the importance of this master’s degree we have to go to the competences that data scientists have to face; they have to be able of: a) Collecting and restoring information optimally. This information can be of any type (numeric, text, images, videos,...). It also can be affected by the 5 V of the known as Big Data (velocity, variety, volume, value and veracity). b) Visualising this information in order to extract behaviour patterns in the data. c) Stablishing repetitive groupings/patterns and behaviour rules in the data. d) Determining prediction models to stablish future behaviours. All these characteristics define a data scientist, therefore by analysing them we observe that it is needed a multidisciplinary training that comprises different knowledge areas. It has to be noted that these professionals work in all the industry areas, from the pharmaceutical industry until the videogames industry, going through consultancy firms, banks, firms based on Internet, etc. Nowadays there is an important demand of data scientists under the umbrella of what is known as “business intelligence”, “customer experience”, “customer experience”, “business analytics” and “big data”. These four terms comprise a great part of the demand for data analysts oriented to business applications. Given this demand in this master’s degree it is considered towards these topics so that the graduated can have a quick labour incorporation. This orientation will be always carried out from the point of view of an eminently practical and of direct application of the advanced data analysis methods to this kind of problems training.
  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended entry profile to take the University Master’s Degree in Data Science of the Universitat de València is that of graduates with basic skills in mathematics (algebra and calculus) and statistics (probability) both at a theoretical level and at a practical one in the use of computer tools to solve practical cases. The most adequate profiles correspond to the following graduates (at a Degree or Llicenciatura level):
    ·Informatics Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering or Engineering in any of its specialties.
    ·Mathematics, Physics.
    ·Economy, Business Management and Administration.

    Regarding personal aptitudes, we recommend that students applying for this master’s degree have an interest on the treatment of information at different levels: collection and storage, visualization, analysis and development of prediction models to establish future behaviours. The ability to identify prblems on data analysis in real applications (industrial areas, business, management, administration, health, etc.), and in other personal skills such as creativity, an innovative ability and interest for an ongoing learning process which is highly recommended for the training of a data scientist with a professional projection in fields with a high dynamism.

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Training complements

    If in the admission process and in the view of the provided documentation by the applicant, the Academic Committee of the Master’s Degree values that the competences in mathematics and statistics, in programming tools as well as in programming foundations and data bases are not sufficient, then students should take the bridging courses that are described below. Specifically they should take in the first four-month period up to 12 credits of the following subjects of the curriculum belonging to some of the Degrees in Engineering of the Universitat de València, which are close to the academic environment of the Master’s Degree: Degree in Informatics Engineering (GII), Degree in Multimedia Engineering (GIM), Degree in Telematics Engineering (GI), Degree in Chemical Engineering (GIQ), Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunications (GIET) or Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering (GIEI). The subjects are taken in the first term of the first year and they are 6-ETCS subjects.

    -Mathematics I

    -Informatics

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Admission criteria

    It is required that the students that enter this official degree have taken undergraduate degree or higher studies (graduated, engineer or llicenciatura) preferably in Maths, Physics, Engineering (Informatics, Electronics, Telecommunications and Industrial Engineering), Economy and Business Management and Administration.
    The Academic Committee of the Master’s Degree will value, in accordance with the admission process we will describe next, that students who apply for the admission have acquired enough competence in mathematics and statistics, have used  in some subject of their training programming tools (such as R, C, Matlab, Python or similar) and who know the basics of the foundations of programming and data bases.
    If those knowledges were insufficient, students should take the complementary training established in the 4.6 section of this memory.
    For students of non-Spanish speaking countries, B2 Certification of Spanish language is required.

    The admission applications will be valued by the Committee for Academic Coordination of the Master’s Degree in accordance to the following criteria: suitability to the profile (50%), the academic record (40%), professional experience related to data analysis (years of professional experience, personal interview by the Academic Committee, letters of recommendation of the jobs exercised, etc. (5%) and other academic and training merits such as additional degree or postgraduate degree qualifications related to the field of knowledge of the Master’s Degree, community languages with B1 or higher level, attendance to courses and semiars, etc. (5%).

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/mcd
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation

Arts and Humanities Branch

  • Master's Degree in Advanced English Studies
    English is nowadays one of the languages that have more speakers throughout the world. There are approximately 75 territories where English is the first or second official language. It has an approximated total of 350 million of mother tongue speakers and around 1500 million if we include those who speak it as L2 or LE, i.e., English speakers as second or foreign language, which since the 90s are also known as English speakers as international language or as English speakers as lingua franca. In other words, English language has become the preferred language of communication between groups of speakers without a common language and it has become the most internationally recognised foreign language of the EHEA. The estimated global demand of international students will increase from 2,1 million in 2003 to 5,8 million in 2020 and the demand of international students in English-speaking countries will increase from 1 million to 2,6 million in the same period, according to the report “Vision 2020:Forecasting International StudentMobility” of the British Council, published on April, 2004. The importance of English as the most widely used and most competitive language in the international context of higher education and research is indisputable. This superiority is linked, also, to the dominating role played by the cultural background of the English-speaking world. Heterogeneity, diversity and cultural complexity are the defining aspects of the English-speaking linguistic communities, which have helped to define the discourses of our global world. As recommended in the White Paper of Humanities research, it is necessary, to promote interdisciplinary research, even if we have to overcome organisational boundaries between the different areas of knowledge. In contrast to the fundamentalist and exclusionary views, without historical perspective, the design of the Master’s Degree in Advanced English Studies makes possible the understanding of the many facets that form the linguistic and literary identities, and its relation with social and cultural factors such as gender, social class or race, its complexity and dynamism. The Master’s allow the understanding of the configuration of identities as open processes, in which is essential diversity and cultural crossbreeding. The design of the Master’s Degree in Advanced English Studies by combining different disciplines deals with very complex and socially relevant issues: relationship of identity and citizenship with education, articulation between individual and collective identities, gender identities, and social influence of the creation of collective imaginations, etc.. The Master’s Degree in Advanced English Studies is designed for training researchers of excellence and professionals in the field of English Studies, who want to specialise in the following professional careers: • Professors of English Language and Linguistics (postsecondary teaching) • Professors of Literature and Culture of English-speaking countries • Researchers in English Language and Linguistics • Researchers in Literature and Culture of English-speaking countries • Counselling and linguistic mediation professionals • Publishers and publishing assistants
  • Master's Degree in Advanced English Studies
    Recommended admission profile

    The researcher, academic of this proposal is addressed to graduate students with research or teaching vocation, always that they have a comprehensive knowledge of English Language, written and oral level.

    Students can enter in the Master’s with an Undergraduate Degree (or equivalent), by any certified university, although thestudents with the Undergraduate Degree in English studies will have preference.

  • Master's Degree in Advanced English Studies
    Admission criteria

    Admission will be done according to the following order of priority:

    1.Licenciados (Former Spanish Undergraduate Degree) and graduated in English Studies.
    2.Licenciados and graduates in Translation and Interpretation.
    3.Licenciados and graduates of other Language Studies.
    4.Licenciados and graduates from other degrees.

    The applicants will be selected according to the following scale:

    1.Average mark of the academic record: 70%
    2.English language C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference: 10%
    3.Other merits: 10%
    4.Cover letter (where you should explain the reasons for which you wish to access to the Master’s): 10%

    Applicants who do not hold a degree in English Studies are expected to provide evidence of their command of English at an advanced level (C1) when applying for the programme.

  • Master's Degree in Advanced English Studies
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/maes
    Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3246010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 96 386 4254Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Archaeology
    imatge de la noticiaThe Master's Degree in Archaeology aims to meet the demand for professionals and researchers in archaeological disciplines by providing adequate methodological and theoretical tools for both the recognition and classification of materials, field and laboratory activities and data processing. To that end, the programme relies on accredited lecturers with a proven research background and experience in competitive projects and archaeological sites, and on cooperation with a number of professionals with experience in different areas in archaeology, including the valorisation and dissemination of results in relation with museums. In addition, the masters facilitates access to a doctoral programme in Mediterranean Archaeology and Prehistory which includes educational activities intended to foster the development of the main research lines within this area.
  • Master's Degree in Archaeology
    Recommended admission profile

    The profile recommended for this master’s programme is that of a graduate in History (from the old and new degree system) or in equivalent studies nationally (degrees completed before the 1973 reform) or internationally. Any experience in areas related with archaeology will be appreciated.

  • Master's Degree in Archaeology
    Admission criteria

    All applicants must fill in a pre-registration form and enclose their CV and any other proof of merit (transcript, certificate of participation in archaeological projects, language certificates, copies of papers published).
    Students with degrees in History, History of Art, Geography, and Humanities must submit a letter written by a lecturer/university member from the areas of Prehistory o Archaeology. Should this letter not be provided, a personal or e-mail interview will be conducted.

    Those applicants having completed degrees other than those listed above shall not only submit a letter of introduction/proof of support by a lecturer/university member from the areas of Prehistory o Archaeology but also have an interview with the Master’s Academic Commission. The Commission will determine the adequacy of the candidate's education and might establish, where applicable, additional educational requirements to be fulfilled prior to the masters which may account for up to 24 ECTS from the History degree of the University of Valencia:
    General Prehistory (12 credits)
    Prehistory of the Iberian Peninsula (6 credits)
    Archaeology of the Mediterranean (6 credits)

    In any case, this module is not considered an entry prerequisite; its courses may be completed simultaneously to the masters.

    The Master's Degree in Archaeology has a limited number of places. Selection will be based on these criteria:
    a) Academic records: 25%
    b) Experience in archaeological projects: 25%
    b1. Experience in field work: 15%
    b2. Publications: 10%

    c) Modern and ancient languages: 25%
    c1. Ancient languages: 10%
    c2. Modern languages: 15%

    d) Interview with the commission: 25%

    The Academic Commission is responsible for verifying compliance with the criteria.
     

  • Master's Degree in Archaeology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation
    imatge de la noticiaThe Master’s aims to respond to the clear need for specialised training of the Valencian Community, characterised by strong international dynamism of its companies, and by the large presence of citizens from the European Union and other backgrounds whose language needs translators are deemed to satisfy. Another fact that reinforces the scientific and professional interest of the degree is the incorporation in the curriculum of translation activities or functions of translation increasingly demanded by the social and business environment. We refer to the modes of audiovisual translation (subtitling, dubbing and voice-over), as well as captioning for the deaf and audio description. The Master’s is posed with a double orientation (professional and academic-investigator profile) and with two possible specialisations (English-Spanish or French-Spanish).
  • Master's Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s is especially designed for university graduates in Translation and Interpretation, Philology or Language Studies or other related fields, as well as for accredited professional translators who possess a university degree.
    The training programme of the Master’s requires an advanced knowledge (level C1 or higher) of the two languages involved in the translation process: Spanish and foreign language chosen as a source of translation (English or French).
     

  • Master's Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation
    Admission criteria

    The Master’s is especially addressed to university graduates in Translation and Interpretation, Philology or Language Studies or other related fields, as well as for accredited professional translators wishing to retrain and possess a university degree.
    To be admitted, is considered a sine qua non knowledge (level C1 or higher) of the two languages involved in the translation-process (Spanish and foreign language chosen as translation source) and having an appropriate academic or professional profile for the Master’s are considered sine qua non requirements. Both aspects, like all the merits that the candidate claims on his curriculum, will be certified in a documentary form and if the Admission Committee deems it appropriate, through a personal interview.
    To assess the suitability of candidates, the Committee will especially consider the academic record in relation to the Master’s profile, professional experience, as well as having passed other relevant postgraduate courses.
     

  • Master's Degree in Creative and Humanistic Translation
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3246010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 96 386 4254Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage: Identification, Analysis and Management
    imatge de la noticiaToday, modern society demands specialists in the management of cultural heritage, its study and valuation. The sources of employment related to the topic justify the design of the Master’s degree (city councils and other public administrations, companies, museums, etc.)
  • Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage: Identification, Analysis and Management
    Recommended admission profile

    This Master’s degree is aimed at university graduates who want to guide or further their academic and research training in the identification, analysis and management of cultural heritage. It is mainly intended for graduates in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences as well as active professionals in art, culture, documentation, geography, etc., regardless of their previous university education, as long as there is a professional or research affinity with the subjects of the Master’s. The following groups can also apply: public administration staff (state, regional or local), businesspeople in the tourism industry and people employed in private institutions who prove their experience in the field of study and are in possession of an university degree.

    It is aimed at graduates in Humanities and Social Sciences who have completed an undergraduate degree, a licenciatura or a Master’s degree. It is especially intended for graduates in History of Art, Geography and the Environment , History and Heritage, History, Information and Documentation, Fine Arts, Communication Studies, Humanities, Philosophy, Language Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, Information Sciences and Architecture. It may also be of interest to graduates in Conservation and Restoration, Tourism and Library and information science.

  • Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage: Identification, Analysis and Management
    Admission criteria

    The selection criteria are:
    - Academic record.
    - Adequacy of the academic profile to the course content.
    - Experience in work related to cultural heritage.
    - Knowledge of ancient and modern languages.
    - Information from interviews, if necessary.
     

  • Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage: Identification, Analysis and Management
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 60
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Ethics and Democracy
    imatge de la noticiaEthics and Political Philosophy are two dimensions of Philosophy very demanded by society. The Master’s Degree in Ethics and Democracy aims to respond to these demands, dealing with the great topics of Ethics and Politics, with special emphasis on democracy. For these we have the experiences of classical and contemporary philosophers and with other sources of knowledge, like literature and sciences. The Master’s is structured in two big sections The first refers to the Foundation of Ethics and Politics, and includes three sections like the following: democracy, citizenship, State and civil society, multiculturism and interculturism, global justice, cosmopolitanism, human development, solidarity, human rights, feminist theory and religion. The second section focuses on Applied Ethics in the differents spheres of social life: moral education in a pluralitisc and democratic society, economy and business, mass media, science and technology, with special attention to bioethics, biopolitics and ecological ethics The Master’s is linked to the Interuniversity Doctoral Studies in Ethics and Democracy, with Excellence Award, from which a leading research in Ethics, Political Philosophy and Applied Ethics is being developed. This pioneering research has made that the group of professors who teach it have been recognised as R&D Group of Excellence of the Valencian Government.
  • Master's Degree in Ethics and Democracy
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s Degree porgramme is aimed at a wide range of graduates in philosophy, human studies, economy, business administration, political sciences, sociology, communication, education sciences, psychology, medicine, nursery and health sciences, but also to professional and social agents so that they can complete their training in the field of Ethics and Political Philosophy, and develop research in the doctoral programme. This cross-disciplinary character has been very positive for the student’s training and research objectives as well as for their incorporation to the labor world

  • Master's Degree in Ethics and Democracy
    Admission criteria

     The selection criteria are as follows:
    - Curriculum Vitae, which will compromise 80% of the final mark.
    i. The following aspects will be taken into account:
    ii. Academic report, up to 40 points.
    iii. Professional experience up to 20 points.
    iv. Workshops and seminars the student has attended, attendance to congresses, training courses, publications, stayings in other universities (Erasmus Programmes), etc., up to 30 points.
    v. Knowledge of languages of scientific interest, up to 10 points.
    - Personal interview, which will compromise 20% of the final mark.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Ethics and Democracy
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Universitat Jaume I de Castelló
    Faculty of Philosophy and Educational Sciences
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3046010 Vaencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research
    imatge de la noticiaThe Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research aims to prepare professionals and researchers in all the activities related to the Spanish Language, Literature and Performing Arts which, within different profiles (advanced academic skills, research training or training for specific applications in the workplace) ensure a high level education and training in Hispanic studies.
  • Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s is aimed at university graduates interested in further training in the Spanish language and its literature, within different profiles (advanced academic knowledge, research training and training for specific applications in the workplace).

    The recommended applicant profile includes students from the areas of knowledge of Humanities and Social Sciences who have completed an undergraduate degree, a licenciatura or an official master's degree. The related areas of knowledge are: Philology and Language Studies, Humanities, Audiovisual Communication, Information Sciences, History, Fine Arts, Anthropology, Sociology and Philosophy.

    This Master’s is also aimed at professionals from the sectors of culture, publishing, public administration or tourism, regardless of their prior university education, when the curriculum or professional and research activities of the applicants is, in the judgment of the Academic Coordinating Committee of the Master’s, related to the contents and objectives of the Master’s, as long as the applicants hold a university degree.
     

  • Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research
    Admission criteria

    The selection of students will be based on the following criteria:

    • Degree, considering the affinity of the educational profile of the student to the specialty of the Master’s degree
    • Average mark of the academic record
    • Collaboration grants
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Knowledge of languages
    • Cover letter
    • Previous work experience
    • Additional training and education in the area of study of the Master’s.

    These will be weighted as follows:

     

    50%: title and transcripts
    15%: research experience
    15%: experience
    20%: other merits (grants, contributions, other degrees, cover letters)

  • Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies: Applications and Research
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3246010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 96 386 4254Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in History and Identities in the Western Mediterranean (15th to 19th C.)
    imatge de la noticiaIt is an unavoidable requirement for society to learn the historic background to understand better the present. It is necessary to reconstruct this history applying a scientific method to avoid explanations based on myths and misrepresentations. Therefore, it is necessary to train specialists capable of improving the field of historiography and deepen in the knowledge of the past from scientific assumptions. The process of political construction of the European Union faces, at present, a series of problems such as the mutual boundaries of sovereignty between its different members, harmonisation of entities with different cultural and historical traditions, even in conflict, and the necessity to look for a common ideological foundation that respects the identity of their members. The historical reflection and a better knowledge of the past, especially in the study of politic entities that faced similar problems, can contribute to a better understanding of current challenges. One of these is constituted, within the regional Southern Europe, by the Western Mediterranean territories, both Italian and Spanish, which were integrated in the Spanish Monarchy. That was imposed to its members like a project based on political loyalty to the Habsburg dynasty, identified with the defense of Catholicism, and regards to the territorial particularities that form the model of government of the Monarchy, which facilitated the consolidation and the permanence of identity traits -language, cultures, legal and political systems…- with the support by local leaders groups. With the disappearance of the Spanish Monarchy, the Spanish and Italian territories followed a different trajectory that culminated in the 19th century with their respective integration in the kingdoms of Spain and Italy. However, some of those identity traits have survived. The richness of this common history and its distinguishing traits require the training of specialists, who could develop direct research tasks based on the extensive archival materials, and reflection and synthesis from the historiographical sources.
  • Master's Degree in History and Identities in the Western Mediterranean (15th to 19th C.)
    Recommended admission profile

    The previous academic training most appropriate are the Undergraduate degree in History, History and Heritage and Humanities: Intercultural studies, and other studies in which Modern History has a strong presence in its curriculum. The graduates in Humanities, Geography and History (section of history) and Philosophy and Humanities of the former curriculums, previous to the implementation of Undergraduate studies are equally considered.
    For the graduates of other studies, the Master’s Degree Coordinating Committee, after analysing the curriculum vitae of the applicants (including, in this case, a personal interview), will establish the bridging courses that the students have to pass in advance. 

    For the graduates of other studies, the Master’s Degree Coordinating Committee, after analysing the curriculum vitae of the applicants (including, in this case, a personal interview), will establish the bridging courses that the students have to pass in advance.
    Likewise, and according to the Royal Decree 1892/2008, 14 November, which regulates the entry conditions to the university official teachings for Undergraduate Studies and the admission procedures to the Spanish public universities, a 5 per cent of the available places will be reserved for students with at least 33 per cent incapacity, as well for these students with permanent special educational needs associated to personal circumstances of incapacity, who during their schooling have needed resources and supports for the normal fulfilment of their academic life.

  • Master's Degree in History and Identities in the Western Mediterranean (15th to 19th C.)
    Admission criteria

    The Master’s Degree Coordinating Committee will admit the students pre-registered in the Master’s applying the following criteria " 60%: curriculum vitae (the students will be selected according their academic record and in their assessment will be specially considered if they have take subjects related to the content of the Master’s); 40% assessment, by the committee mentioned above, in a written report explaining the reasons and training goals for applying to the Master’s, related with the academic record or professional career of the applicants.

    This report should be structured in two sections:
    1.-Reasons for choosing the Master’s in relation to the curriculum submitted (Priority reasons with respect to other Master’s; justification of the subjects passed in the degree in relation to the Master’s orientation; professional justification with the Master’s requested;...)
    Up to 30% of the total assessment is reserved for the Report

    2.-Training goals
    • Training for Research (in this case the topics of interest should be indicated)
    • Ongoing Training for professional activities
    Other training goals

    Up to 70% of the total assessment is reserved for the Report
     

  • Master's Degree in History and Identities in the Western Mediterranean (15th to 19th C.)
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Places: 15
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia, University of Alacant, Jaume I University and University of Barcelona
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture
    Stemming from a PhD under a Programme of Excellence, this inter-university masters provides advanced education in the area of visual arts by means of academic specialisation in the analysis of art production and its creative and receptive processes over time and in different cultures. It also aims to prepare professionals with extensive knowledge on art heritage, for them to participate in conservation and dissemination processes for the social benefit of people, and to promote the critical knowledge of contemporary art expressions related with the world of images. In both its pathways -academic and professional-, the programme provides the necessary research methodology to undertake research tasks in all areas of artistic activity, including the production and public reading of a doctoral dissertation.
  • Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture
    Recommended admission profile

    The programme is addressed to students from the Humanities and Social Science areas having completed undergraduate studies or a master’s degree; graduates with the following profiles will find the masters particularly interesting: History of Art, History and Heritage, History, Fine Arts, Audiovisual Communication, Humanities, Philosophy, Languages, Anthropology, Sociology, Information Sciences and Architecture. The same applies to those holding a diploma in Conservation and Restoration, Tourism, and Librarianship and Documentation.

    This master's course is also offered to other graduates, especially to freelancers working in the field of culture and art, civil servants working in different public administrations (central, regional or local levels), entrepreneurs from the tourist sector, and employees working in private institutions. All of them must prove their professional experience in this area to the Master’s Academic Commission, and hold a university degree.
     

  • Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture
    Training complements

    Students holding diploma studies must earn 60 compensatory credits minimum from the core subjects of the History of Art degree, to be able to total 240 ECTS (180 + 60 ECTS), which is the amount required to start postgraduate studies. Given the master’s specialisation and clear research profile, the tutor allocated to the student by the Academic Coordination Commission may recommend the student to complete some courses from the History of Art degree in order to make up for some shortcomings in certain subjects related with the master's area of knowledge.

  • Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture
    Admission criteria

    The Master's Academic Commission is responsible for admission on the basis of the following selection criteria:
    - Qualifications: the affinity of the student’s educational profile with the master’s speciality will be considered. Having a degree in History of Art, History and Heritage, History, Audiovisual Communication and Fine Arts, and in other related studies will be taken into consideration.
    - Average mark in academic records/transcript.
    - Collaboration scholarships.
    - Curriculum vitae (training courses, research merit, and professional experience related to the masters).
    - Languages.
    - Letters of recommendation.
    - Previous work experience.
    - Complementary education in the masters’ or doctorate study area.
    - Access test. This will consist of a personal interview or a motivation letter explaining the candidate’s interest in doing the masters.
     

  • Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València and Universitat Jaume I de Castelló
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masterarte
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in History of Science and Scientific Communication
    imatge de la noticiaThe programme responds to a growing social demand for more rigorous knowledge on scientific activity and its social and cultural consequences. The important role of science, technology and medicine in contemporary societies makes it necessary to investigate the social and cultural meaning of such activities and their relationship with society as a whole. The masters intends to tackle these questions from the dual perspective of historical research on science and the studies on science communication and dissemination. The goal is to train professionals and researchers with critical skills and refined and updated methods of analysis, for them to work and research in areas related with history of science, technology and medicine, science communication and dissemination, scientific information management, and the preservation of science's cultural heritage.
  • Master's Degree in History of Science and Scientific Communication
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended admission profile for the masters «History of Science and Scientific Communication» is that of a person educated in human sciences, social sciences, experimental sciences, or health or technology sciences, with an open attitude as regards human knowledge in general and scientific knowledge in particular, with an interest in the sociocultural dimension of science from the historic and current perspective, and with an ability to reflect and analyse things critically.

    Those willing to do the masters must have language skills, more particularly, they must understand written English and other languages of culture, to be able to read the specialised literature.
     

  • Master's Degree in History of Science and Scientific Communication
    Admission criteria

    The CCA will select candidates according to these criteria:
    - Average mark of academic records
    - Collaboration scholarships
    - Courses
    - Research merit (publications; participation/attendance in conferences and scientific meetings; participation in research projects)
    - Professional experience

    All merit related with the master’s contents (history of science and scientific communication) will be considered.
     

  • Master's Degree in History of Science and Scientific Communication
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Places: 8
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia, University of Alacant and Miguel Hernández University of Elche
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masterhc
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in History of the Formation of the Western World
    imatge de la noticiaA close look allows us to discover that History, in its various specialities, has considerable social prestige today. In fact, large social groups and communities find their origins in different historical periods and, with them, an essential element of their historical identity. And there is no doubt about the presence of the classical heritage of Greco-Roman culture, which has always been greatly valued, especially in recent years. Indeed, the constitution of the European Union has intensified the search for common roots in the West, whose cultural background is found in Greece and the political one in Rome. Numerous conferences, seminars, publications, etc., as well as the increase in value of the archaeological heritage of this time, have strengthened in recent years the consolidation and revitalisation of the legacy of the Classical World. The historical ties that bind us to those areas that were part of the classical world need to be considered as the undeniable links with the territories that once formed the Crown of Aragon: Aragon, Valencia, Catalonia and Mallorca, whose mere enumeration clearly conveys that they are historical units formed in the medieval period and with a common past, institutionally manifested in the existence of the Crown of Aragon. These territories (to which we would need to add others such as Sicily, Naples, Sardinia and Roussillon) are obviously interesting for the development of research on medieval history of the Crown of Aragon and its current political, social and cultural institutions, fully incorporated in European culture from the perspective of the historical formation of the peoples of Europe, which is highlighted through the funding of scientific activities (conferences, meetings, celebrations), publications, archaeological excavations, heritage restorations and many more cultural actions. All these considerations can be extended to modern history, a stage which, after setting its roots in the Middle Ages, opens to the contemporary world to provide the key explanations that answer the questions faced by the world today.
  • Master's Degree in History of the Formation of the Western World
    Recommended admission profile

    It is intended for students from areas of knowledge of Humanities and Social Sciences who have completed an undergraduate degree, a licenciatura or an official Master's degree, especially in History, History of Art, History and Heritage, Humanities, and other areas of knowledge of Humanities and Social Sciences.
    This Master's degree is also intended for other graduates, especially for autonomous professionals in the world of culture, personnel from the different public administrations (central, regional or local), and people who prove their work experience in the field of study, if the Master's Academic Committee considers it appropriate, who are in possession of an university degree.
     

  • Master's Degree in History of the Formation of the Western World
    Training complements

    Students who hold a diplomatura must take a minimum of 60 compensating credits corresponding to core subjects from the undergraduate degree in History, for a total of 240 ECTS (180 + 60 ECTS) which are required for official postgraduate programmes.

  • Master's Degree in History of the Formation of the Western World
    Admission criteria

    Criteria to be taken into account:
    • Degree, considering the affinity of the student's academic profile to the speciality of the Master's degree. Priority will be given to the undergraduate degrees or licenciaturas in History, History of Art, Heritage, Geography and History or Philosophy and Humanities (with specialisation in History), or any other related official degrees, such as Humanities or Social Sciences.
    • Average mark of the academic record.
    • Collaboration grants.
    • Curriculum vitae (evaluating courses, research merits and professional experience related to the course content).
    • Knowledge of languages.
    • Previous work experience.
    • Additional training and education in the area of study of the Master's degree.
    • The student may need to pass a personal interview or present a letter of motivation justifying their interest or motivation to enrol in the Master's degree.

  • Master's Degree in History of the Formation of the Western World
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/mformo
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Language and Literature Research
    This programme offers advanced education for academic and research specialisation in classical and modern languages and their literatures. Its main purpose is to provide graduates with different philological or related backgrounds with complementary studies in the areas of literature, linguistics, history of language, literary theory, etc. in different periods and geographical areas. Its interest lies in its interdisciplinary approach and the wide educational spectrum, covering from specific knowledge and methodologies to the latest ICTs necessary for rigorous research and for excellence in all these fields.
  • Master's Degree in Language and Literature Research
    Recommended admission profile

    Ideally, those willing to start these master studies must have a philological background in particular and a humanistic one in general. That is, grammar knowledge and competencies in your own language and in at least one foreign language; general literary knowledge and knowledge of the literature of a particular language; an ability to analyse and interpret texts at different levels; and an interest in social and cultural phenomena related with language and culture. It would also be very useful to be knowledgeable of other Humanities-related areas. Those showing an interest in these subjects will be eligible even if they are not specifically educated.

    The masters is focused on research, which requires students to have a critical attitude and the ability to reflect analytically. Candidates must be able to work autonomously and have basic skills to find data and bibliographical materials, and to use computer tools.
    Lastly, they must be committed to society and practise the values of a culture based on peace, tolerance, democracy, equal opportunities, sustainable development and basic rights.
     

  • Master's Degree in Language and Literature Research
    Admission criteria

    A fundamental entry requirement is to have command of at least one of the two languages of the UV; candidates are also expected to be proficient in the use of bibliography of a foreign language.

    Applicants must submit a transcript, a CV (any additional information and the affinity of the applicant's previous studies will be appreciated), professional experience, and/or interest in the research lines of the masters. The knowledge of other languages will be proved by documentation and/or a personal interview.
     

  • Master's Degree in Language and Literature Research
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish and valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3246010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 96 386 4254Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary History
    imatge de la noticiaHistory, because of its pluralism, complexity and generality constitutes a good school for the analysis of social problems at a small and large scale: the training of the historian (not just holding a degree in History) qualifies in many countries for a wide arrange of public and private tasks, trains specialists in the management of organisations and complex projects, in providing individuals with a heuristic and analytic capacity (in its double meaning) that other more specialised studies are not able to communicate.
  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary History
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s Degree in Contemporary History is specially indicated for students holding a Licenciatura or a Degree in: History, Philosophy and Language Studies (specialising in History), Geography and History (specialising in History). However, it is also aimed to licenciados or graduates in other Humanities or Social Sciences degrees that are interested in the knowledge, methods and research techniques of Contemporary History.

     

  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary History
    Admission criteria

    The admission criteria to the Master’s Degree in Contemporary History are as follows:

    - Previous degree with which the student accesses, giving preference to those holding a Licenciatura or a Degree in History.
    - Academic record, for those who have obtained a previous degree in the last 5 years.

    To complement this, the following criteria will also be taken in account:

    - Research experience
    - Professional experience
    - Publications
    - Academic studies abroad and proficiency in diverse languages
    - Obtaining of aids or research fellowship.


     

  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary History
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Autonomous University of Madrid, Complutense University of Madrid, University of Cantabria, Basque Country University / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, University of Santiago de Compostela, University of Zaragoza and Menéndez Pelayo International University.
    Faculty of Geography and History
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2846010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 723Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary Philosophical Thought
    imatge de la noticia[1] THE MASTER’S DEGREE IN CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHICY OFFERS TRAINING WITH PHILOSOPHICAL RIGOUR on ideas, concepts, trends of thought and current debates on philosophy, culture, art, politics, religion, science and technology. [2] THE MASTER’S DEGREE IS OPEN TO TWO APPROACHES: FORMATIVE AND RESEARCH-ORIENTED. The formative approach is meant to familiarize students with the main problems and contemporary debates in philosophy, as well as to enhance their understanding of how Philosophy relates to other areas of our culture and research. This perspective is of special interest for graduates or ‘licenciados/as’ in Philosophy, Humanities, History, History of Art, Political Sciences, Sociology, Journalism, Communication, Language Studies, Architecture and Fine Arts. The second approach will meet the previous constraints and, besides, facilitate an access in optimal conditions to a PhD Program in Philosophy. [3] RECENTLY, the schedule of courses has been renewed, so that (a) philosophical disciplines previously unattended, such as aesthetics, moral philosophy, and political philosophy, are now fully covered; and (b) students have more possibilities to choose the subjects according to their respective intellectual interests. [4] PROFESSIONAL CAREER: PhD program in Philosophy; cultural management, publishing management, communication, cultural criticism and intellectual consultancy; research, especially in humanities and social sciences; teaching philosophy and related subjects at different educational levels.
  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary Philosophical Thought
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s Degree in Contemporary Philosophical Thought is open to two kind of students:
    1.- Holders of a licenciatura or undergraduate degree in Philosophy.
    2.- Holders of other licenciaturas, undergraduate degrees or diplomaturas in other specialities.

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary Philosophical Thought
    Admission criteria

    The student admission will be carried out by the coordinating committee of the master’s degree, appointed by the Postgraduate Studies Committee of the Universitat on the motion of the Board of the Faculty of Philosophy and Education Sciences of the Universitat de València.
    Selection criteria: a) Curriculum Vitae: 100% of the total assessment (70% for those cases in which candidates are interviewed), considering the following parameters: Academic record: up to 40 points; Skills in foreign languages: up to 20 points; Professional experience: up to 20 points; Attendance to courses, congresses, stays on other universities, etc.: up to 20 points
    b) Personal interview, where appropriate, performed by the Master’s Degree Committee, in those case it is determined that it is necessary. The result will valued up to 30% of the total scoring.

     

  • Master’s Degree in Contemporary Philosophical Thought
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Philosophy and Educational Sciences
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 3046010 Vaencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Cultural Management
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master’s Degree has the goal of training managers able to understand the Cultural Management as a form of comprehensive organization of the territory, admitting the idea of the cultural resource as a public good, source of well-being, of intellectual evolution and of material progress and putting new energy in a comprehensive manner the cultural heritage of a specific community. From this point of view, this Master’s Degree expects to deal with a double compromise. On one hand, to prepare professionals that focuses their activity towards the spreading and improvement of the culture itself through the democratic use and benefit of the cultural goods. On the other hand, it expects to prepare professionals that are able to organise economically cultural resources of any nature, designing products which profitability evidences the efficiency of an integral management system of the cultural resources of a territory and promotes the social sense of sustainable exploitation of these goods. On this compromise, the training plan of the Master’s Degree offers four optional modules as of the corresponding areas of professional activity that widely encompass the field of cultural management. Its interest lives in the fact that it covers the social, political and economic sectors that make up the framework under which the activity of every specialist is registered. The optional modules are: management of cultural resources, cultural tourism management, performing arts management and ethnological heritage and popular culture management. Each student can choose three of the four modules, to configure his/her study plan. Thus four study plans are configured, resulting from all the possible combinations of three of the four optional modules. The four areas mentioned above demand a training in accordance with the social necessity of a new kind of professional able to solve the challenges that are posed in the management of culture of our society from the current political, economic and social structures. This synthesis settles on the following objectives. 1. To master the management tools to create projects with which provide sense and value a specific asset, learning to fit in the creation of management bodies, the promotion of cultural events, the revitalisation of heritage and the configuration of training cycles and benefit for users. 2. Provide an operative training in the public and private bodies that traditionally occupy themselves in our society with activities of cultural management. 3. To train for the detection of the sources of funding and management of the cultural resources in terms of sustainable economic revitalisation and profitability. 4. To train professionals experts of different keys of cultural politics both in the local area, as well as in the autonomous, national and European. 5. Provide students with the required knowledge to organise and lead multidisciplinary teams that work in the development of cultural management projects. 6. To organise in the student the concept of cultural management from the study of the legislation related with the management of culture. 7. To make contact with the professional reality of Cultural Management by informing students of real projects carried out by public and private bodies, exposing different real experiences of cultural management in the world of public administration and private company. 8. To put in practise the knowledge and techniques acquired through the development of a management project, creating personally for each student and conveniently tutored by expert lecturers in the different subjects.
  • Master’s Degree in Cultural Management
    Recommended admission profile

    1. Hold a licenciatura, degree in architecture or engineering or similar studies. Students coming from the degrees in Geography and History, History of Art, Business Management, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Language Studies, Economic Science, Law, Anthropology, Archeology, Fine Arts, Audiovisual Communication, Journalism, Humanities, Documentation, Computer Science and Architecture will have preference.

    2. Students with the suitable merits and holding a degree will also be considered for accessing if they prove having completed a minimum of 180 credits in studies related to Cultural Management in a wide sense. This is the case for the applicants coming from Diplomaturas in Tourism and Business Sciences.

  • Master’s Degree in Cultural Management
    Admission criteria

    Scaling of the applicants will be carried out according to the following criteria:

    I) Academic curriculum:
    1. Average mark obtained in the academic record. From 0 to 5 points.
    2. Number of credits completed in official degrees (creditos completed in the third cycle and oficial postgraduate studies are included) 1 point for each 100 credits (5 points maximum).
    3. Doctoral theses read: from 1 to 3 points according to its mark and its relation with the área of Cultural Management.
    4. Number of non-official Master’s Degrees completed (1´5 points maximum):
    - One point for each non-official Master’s Degree obtained, related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - Half point for each non-official Master’s Degrees obtained, not related to the area of Cultural Management.
    5. Publications:
    - One point for each book published (with ISBN), related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - Half point for each book published (without ISBN), related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - Half point for each chapter of a book published (without ISBN), related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - Half point for each research article published, related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - 0’25 points for each chapter of a book published (without ISBN), related to the area of Cultural Management.

    II) Professional Curriculum (5 points maximum):
    - 0’1 point for each month working in the area of Cultural Management.

    III) Other merits (2 points maximum):
    - Half point for each book published (with ISBN), not related to the area of Cultural Management.
    - Other research publications: 0’25 points for each publication.
    - Opinion publications: 0’01 points for each publication.
    - 0’01 points for each 100 hours of courses and seminaries taken, related with the area of Cultural Management.
    - 0’01 points for each month working in the professional areas not related to Cultural Management.

  • Master’s Degree in Cultural Management
    Credit: 75
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technic University of Valencia
    Faculty of Social Sciences
    Tarongers CampusAvda. dels Tarongers, 4b46021 València (València)
    +34 963 828 500Geolocation

Sciences Branch

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    imatge de la noticiaThe professional working area of the optometrist is increasingly widespread and the training needs and professional retraining in new methodologies and technologies are already essential. The Optometry is a scientific branch of wide clinic application that has seen a stunning growing in recent years, with the opening of new ways of research and clinic application, related to the new techniques of compensation and analyses of refractive errors. The optometrist has widened seen his clinic application field to the previous analysis and monitoring of the refractive surgery, the new types of compensation by means of contact lenses, the treatments of advanced visual therapy or the applications to the psycho-physical methodologies for the ophthalmologic diagnosis. In addition, we must add that the aging population opens a series of visual problems where the intervention of the optometrist will be fundamental, both in its treatment and primary attention. With these Master’s studies a high training will be obtained for the professional specialisation in different areas of the optometry, such as the geriatric optometry, visual therapies or the optometric aspects of the refractive surgery, among others. The studies will prepare in addition for taking on research tasks both in the area of Vision Sciences and the applied clinic research. For this reason, the orientation is academic and mixed, both for training for specialized professional practice and for training for research.
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Recommended admission profile

    The student of the Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences must be a professional of the area of the Optometry sciences and Vision Sciences, interested in increasing their scientific and practical knowledge in a course of applied clinic vocation, but with a training that enables them, occasionally, to begin a research career.

    Those who are in possession of the degree in Optics and Optometry will have preferential access to the Master’s Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences of the UVEG. Degrees in the area of Health Sciences will also be considered preferred. The qualifications of foreign higher education related to training in the area of​Optics and Optometry and others within the area of Health Sciences will also be considered as preferred, prior homologation in accordance with current regulations.

    In the case of students with specific educational needs arising from disability, the Academic Coordinating Committee (CCA) of the Master’s Degree will be responsible for finding the appropriate support and advice services, which will assess the need for possible curricular adaptations.

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Admission criteria

    In the admission of the students the following selection criteria shall be taken into account:
    -Affinity of the academic background with the Master's (up to 20%)

    • Graduated in Optics and Optometry (= 20%)
    • Diploma (former Spanish undergraduate degree) holder in Optics and Optometry (= 15%)
    • Foreign higher education degrees related to training in the area of Optics and Optometry (= 13%)
    • Other degrees in the health area (= 5%)

    -Average of the academic record (70%)
    -Complementary training in the area of the Master's (5%)
    -Work experience (5%)
     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Optometry and Vision Sciences
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master's Degree is mainly research-guided providing the needed training to develop work in the field of university or business research, or even official bodies devoted to research. This training is reinforced through the writing of a Master's Degree Thesis which is conducted following some of the lines that offer the research groups that participate in the Master's Degree and which recognition is well-known at a national and international level. Therefore, from a scientific and academic point of view the interest of this Master's Degree is directly related with the ongoing training that provides for the research in the public and private sectors. Additionally, from a professional point of view, the trascendence of the contribution of Physics to the technological development, and therefore to the training of technologists, is crucial in any modern society that may want to base their development in cutting-edge knowledge.In this sense it's worth mentioning that many of the research lines are connected with the economic and social environment of the Valencian Community, setting the basis for initiatives such as the creation of the Val Space Consortium (VSC) that includes the Laboratory of Materials for Space Applications, the active participation in the Science Park of the University of Valencia and the creation of spin-off companies through the institutes of research that participate in the Programme of Doctorate in Physics: the Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC), the Institute for Molecular Imaging Technologies (I3M), the Institute of Material Science of the University of Valencia (ICMUV), the Institute of Research in Medical Physics (IFIMED) and the Technological Institute of Optics, Colour and Imagine (AIDO).
  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Recommended admission profile

    This Master's Degree is aimed to students that hold a undergraduate (or "Licenciatura") degree in Physics and want to complete their training by taking postgraduate studies essentially research-guided, although also professional, in the field of Physics and related technologies.
    Its is also of special interest to undergraduates or "licenciados" in Mathematics, Chemistry and Technical Engineering or "Ingeniería Superior" (Three year degree) with an interest of specialising in some field of Physics.  

     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Admission criteria

    "Licenciados" or undergraduates in Physics in a Spanish university or in a country of the EHEA will inmediately join the Master's Degree.
    The degree holders, wether coming from other branches of knowledge of the Spanish university system or other countries of the EHEA, or those coming from outside of the EHEA, will have to submit to a selection process before the corresponding Committee. The selection will be carried out, attending to the academic report, the curriculum of the student and the affinity of the studies previously taken to the branch of knowledge in which is defined the Master's Degree. The degree holders with a workload lower than 240 ECTS will also be submited to this same selection process.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Advanced Physics
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 60
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/fisicaavanzada
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Applied Paleontology
    imatge de la noticiaPaleontology is a discipline that studies and interprets the past life on Earth through fossils. Although it is included in the Natural Sciences branch it has its own corpus and shares basics and methodologies with Geology and Biology, with which it is tightly integrated. In fact paleontology returns to these sciences the fundamentals that they provide in the form of inputs or contributions for many other areas of science due to the wide range of possible applications of paleobiological research (Evolution, Biodiversity, Continental Drift, Climate Change…). Thus, the most common application of Paleontology is the basic contribution to other sciences through the investigation of fossil remains. However, Paleontology is useful in many other fields (many of them not directly related to Geology or Biology), which in Spain are clearly underexploited compared to other European countries or outside the European environment (United States, Canada, Australia, etc.). These fields include, for example, the application of Paleontology to oil explotation , mining and other geological resources, utility for civil work engineering, in environmental impact studies and climate change, in archaeology, in forensic palynology, in medical palynology, protection of natural and cultural heritage, and then useful to society (museum studies, dissemination, theme parks). The goal of this Master is to provide a solid foundation in the field of applied Paleontology that allow students to develop a professional career in any of the aspects of Paleontology, and thus meeting the demand of professionals in this area, in our country. Among these professional opportunities stands out the employment or creation of self-employment in centres or companies of management and dissemination of natural heritage, public administrations, explorers and management of geological resources, consulting and works monitoring (paleontological heritage protection), environmental audits and regional planning, geological mapping, museums, interpretation centres and paleontological dissemination. The Master’s also will train students who wish for a research or teaching career.
  • Master's Degree in Applied Paleontology
    Recommended admission profile

    The Profile of the student of the Master’s Degree in Applied Paleontology corresponds to graduates who have completed Undergraduate Degrees (Licenciatura, Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in experimental sciences and related technologies who wish to complete their training by doing a Master’s Degree with professional or research orientation, with a high level of specialisation. Thus, we recommend you to have any of the following qualifications for studying this Master’s: Undergraduate Degrees in (licenciatura) Geology, Environmental Sciences or Biology, basically, and other qualifications corresponding to other experimental sciences and related technologies under assessment of the Master’s Academic Committee.

  • Master's Degree in Applied Paleontology
    Admission criteria

    -The adequacy of the training of the student for the recommended entry profile in the point 4.1.1 (40/50%)
    -Academic record (30/40%)
    -The curriculum vitae submitted (with the documentary proof of the merits submitted) (10/20%). If it is considered desirable, you can make a personal interview about the merits alleged in the curriculum.

    The level of knowledge required for the different languages used in the Master’s (Spanish, Valencian, and English), it is defined as follows:

    The level of Spanish and Valencian is implied for all students who have studied in the Valencian Community, in Spain or in other Spanish-speaking countries. The persons whose mother tongue is not Spanish should make a level test or certify a minimum level of B1. The minimum level of knowledge of English language is also B1, according to the Reference Tables of the Common European Framework of languages, which the student can certify through the corresponding qualifications or through a test.
     

  • Master's Degree in Applied Paleontology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 10
    Language: Spanish, Valencian and English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and University of Alicante
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/paleomaster
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master's degree in Aquaculture
    imatge de la noticiaFishery products are one of the most important animal protein sources in the world. However, while global demand has increased in recent years, the production by extractive fishing remains stable, if not in clear decline. Therefore, aquaculture is the fastest growing food industry worldwide. Spain is one of the largest fish consumers and aquaculture is the alternative to ensure market supply. The incorporation of floating cage systems has placed the Valencian Community among the major participants of the sector nationwide. Thus, aquaculture is one of the emerging sectors in the Community. This Master’s degree offers an advanced training programme to meet these needs and to prepare skilled professionals who can design, manage, control and innovate in the fish farms already installed or recently built. It is also important to train researchers prepared to advance knowledge in the many disciplines involved in the cultivation of aquatic species: nutrition, reproduction, pathology, etc. It could be said that, in addition to working as specialists in any type of business and activity, these studies train future entrepreneurs and researchers.
  • Master's degree in Aquaculture
    Recommended admission profile

    The following students can be admitted to the Master’s degree in Aquaculture: Students from Spanish universities or from universities which belong to the European Higher Education Area who hold a Licenciatura, Ingeniería or Undergraduate Degree in related studies such as Biology, Environmental Sciences, Marine Sciences, Pharmacy, Ingeniería Técnica Agrícola (3-year degree in Agricultural Engineering), Ingeniería Técnica Forestal (3-year degree in Forest Engineering) and Veterinary Medicine. Students outside the European Higher Education Area who prove the adequacy of their studies may also be admitted.

     

  • Master's degree in Aquaculture
    Admission criteria

    Admissions will be evaluated individually, taking into account the CV and the academic record of the applicant.

    In relation to the degree of affinity to the Master’s degree of the degree of origin, the following degrees are considered to be similar to the Master’s: Licenciatura in Biological Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, Environmental Sciences, Marine Sciences, Pharmacy, Ingeniería Técnica Agrícola (3-year degree in Agricultural Engineering), Ingeniería de Montes (5-year degree in Forest Engineering) and Ingeniería Técnica Forestal (3-year degree in Forest Engineering), and all the new undergraduate degrees replacing the old ones.

    Here is the scale to evaluate applications used by the Academic Coordination Committees at each university.

    Training (degree of origin and others): up to 5 points
    Average grade of the academic record: up to 4 points (1-pass, 2 - B, 3 – A, 4 - distinction)
    Proven track record in aquaculture: up to 3 points
    Proven research experience: up to 4 points
    Proven languages knowledge: up to 0,5 points
    Letter of motivation/interview: up to 2 points

  • Master's degree in Aquaculture
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technical University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    macuicultura.webs.upv.es
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Pollution, Toxicology and Health
    imatge de la noticiaThe existence of indicators of social interest, the growing demand on researchers in this field, both in technological centres as well as in companies and the public administration, the interest of this area of research in the scientific community, with journals which impact index grows significatively year after year, the existence of research groups in this field both in Universities as in State Research Centres, which implies a relevant critical mass of researchers; this Master's Degree expects to provide an answer to these needs and to offer specialised knowledge of the polluting processes both in the environment as in the living beings that live in it.
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Pollution, Toxicology and Health
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile is a student that holds a degree in a licenciatura or related graduate studies such as Biology, Marine Science, Environmental Sciences, Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, Agricultural Engineering, Ingeniería Técnica Agrícola (three year degree in Agricultural Engineering), Ingeniería Técnica Forestal (three year degree in Forestry Engineering), Chemistry or Veterinary Science. 

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Pollution, Toxicology and Health
    Admission criteria

     Students will be admitted based on the evaluation of their reports.

     The following scale will be considered:

    • Academic career (60%) (Degree, Licenciatura or Engineering degree).
    • Professional experience (10%), if relevant.
    • Other especialisation courses that may have taken (10%).
    • A letter in which sets out the reasons for which he/she wants to take the course (10%).
    • Personal interview (10%).

    The criteria listed above will be assessed by the corresponding committee.

    Of the total of places:
    30% of the places are saved, each academic year, for holders of a degree in Biological Sciences. 30% of the places are saved, each academic year, for holders of a degree in Environmental Sciences, Marine Science, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering and Forestry Engineering.

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Pollution, Toxicology and Health
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 45
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Experimental Techniques in Chemistry
    imatge de la noticiaThis master's offers advanced and comprehensive training in the knowledge and use of experimental techniques in Chemistry, necessary for the analysis and characterisation of substances. Its curriculum allows graduates to complete their studies in this area of knowledge; the professional orientation provides specific and experimental contents for an immediate application in companies. At the same time, the programme provides a sound base for research both in university and in private companies or official organisations developing projects related with this activity.
  • Master's Degree in Experimental Techniques in Chemistry
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended profile for this master’s programme is that of a person holding a degree in the area of experimental sciences or related technologies willing to improve their education by means of a programme with a professional focus, and a high level of experimentation and research.
    We recommend applicants to have one of these educational qualifications: Degree in Chemistry or Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Biochemistry, Environmental Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology, or degrees in other experimental sciences or related technologies.
     

  • Master's Degree in Experimental Techniques in Chemistry
    Admission criteria

    The Academic Coordination Commission is responsible for student selection on scientific and academic grounds based on:
    - Adequacy of the student’s background to the recommended profile (40-50 %).
    - Academic records (30-40 %).
    - CV (proof of merit necessary) (10-20 %). Should it be found convenient, a personal interview may be arranged for the perusal of the candidate’s CV.
     

  • Master's Degree in Experimental Techniques in Chemistry
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 24
    Language: Spanish and valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University in Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masterteq
    Faculty of Chemistry
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 323Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Research and Development in Biotechnology and Biomedicine
    imatge de la noticiaThe knowledge in Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnology has an undeniable transfer aspect, since it is being applied to the development of new therapies, products and services. The developed methods in these areas underline the most groundbreaking latest advances in medicine and agriculture and, therefore, contribute to improve our environment, our economic welfare and our health. Some achievements of significant importance of the last decades, such as the obtaining of transgenic crops, the animal and plant improvement, the bioremediation, the industrial production of medicine and molecules of pharmaceutical interest, the recognition of the stem cells potential in the cellular therapy, the use of the advances in virology for the gene therapy, the molecular diagnosis of genetic disorders for their early detection or the design of different therapeutic targets, the development of animal or cell models of human pathologies, the personalised pharmacology or the advances in assisted reproduction are based on the knowledge generated in the framework of the Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnology. The objective of the programme is offering a high quality training that allows for the future graduated to integrate themselves in research, innovation and development activities in basic or health research centres or in firms from the pharmaceutical, biotechnological or biomedical sector.
  • Master's Degree in Research and Development in Biotechnology and Biomedicine
    Recommended admission profile

    The appropriated students’ profile for the University Master’s Degree in Research and Development in Biotechnology and Biomedicine corresponds to graduated people that have finished previous undergraduate degrees (or licenciaturas) in the field of Biotechnology or Molecular Biology and that want to complete their training by carrying out a master’s degree with a vocational or research-based approach on these fields and with a high experimental content.
    Thus, holders of one of the following undergraduate degrees can access to the Master’s: Degree (or Licenciatura) in Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Biomedicine or qualifications that correspond to other biological or medicine sciences related to the valuation of the Master’s Degree Academic Committee.

  • Master's Degree in Research and Development in Biotechnology and Biomedicine
    Admission criteria

    The following criteria will be taken into account:
    1.- Average grade of the academic record and the suitability of the students’ training to the recommended profile (degree). Up to 50 points. A correspondence coefficient will be applied between 0’6 and 1 according to the degree:

    Coefficient

    1

    0.8

    0.6

    Degree

    Biochemistry, Biomedicine, Biotechnology and related 

    Biology, Pharmacy, Medicine and related

    Food Science and Technology, Human Nutrition and Dietetics Environmental Sciences, Nursing,  Dentistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and related


    2.- English language skills (B2 level), previous practical experience, complementary training in the field of study of the Master’s Degree, etc. (30 points).  Attach supporting documentation.

    3.- If appropriate, a personal interview or an interview by videoconference will be appointed to a maximum of 10 candidates, in each admission stage, who are not among the 25 first positions for the selection of the 7 vacancies. The valuation of this interview will be of 20 points that will be added to the points obtained in the prior sections for the selection of 7 candidates (the 25 candidates that are in the first positions will add these 20 points automatically). The issues to be assessed in the interview are:

    - Future Career Goals (33%)
    - Motivation in the Master’s degree subject area (33%)
    - Clarity when expressing ideas (33%)

    A B2 level of Spanish as a Foreign Language. When necessary, an oral and written tests will be required.

  • Master's Degree in Research and Development in Biotechnology and Biomedicine
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 32
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masteridbb
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in research in Molecular, Cellular and Genetics Biology
    imatge de la noticiaThe level of molecular analysis in biology is essential to understand how living beings function. The introduction of the White Paper of Biochemistry and Biotechnology indicates that the advance of the so-called molecular biosciences in the 20th century has been spectacular and its applications “are considered, after information technologies, the second great wave of economy expansion based on knowledge”. This implies that the implementation of a Master’s degree which its essential objective is to train professionals in molecular biosciences has a great academic, scientific and professional interest. The training of highly qualified staff in the field of molecular bioscience (and, its most practical aspect, in biotechnology) has a great socio-economic importance, in its double prism of training professionals for biotechnological companies and of potential entrepreneurs linked to the Science Park of the University of Valencia.
  • Master’s Degree in research in Molecular, Cellular and Genetics Biology
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s is addressed to students who have completed undergraduate degrees (or licenciatura, former Spanish undergraduate degree) in the area of experimental sciences and related technologies and who wish to complete their education through undertaking a Master’s with a strong research background.

    It is recommended for the profile to have an undergraduate degree (or licenciatura) in Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry or Pharmacy, or other qualifications related to other experimental sciences or technologies.

  • Master’s Degree in research in Molecular, Cellular and Genetics Biology
    Training complements

    The Master’s Degree doesn’t present general bridging courses. However, one of the optional subjects offered: Foundations on gene expression (3 credits) should be taken compulsorily by those students who according to the Academic Coordinating Committee and after analysing their academic record, need additional training in Molecular Biology.

  • Master’s Degree in research in Molecular, Cellular and Genetics Biology
    Admission criteria

    The selection of students will be based on scientific and academic criteria taking into account:
    -The appropriate education of the student in relation with the recommended profile
    -The curriculum vitae (with documentary proof of the merits claimed) (10%-20%). If it’s deemed necessary, a personal interview may be made about the merits claimed in the curriculum vitae.

  • Master’s Degree in research in Molecular, Cellular and Genetics Biology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 32
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/ibmcg
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution
    imatge de la noticiaBiodiversity is a polysemous concept that encompasses diverse aspects at different biological scales. The current proposal has as its goal the multidisciplinary training of postgraduates with sufficient ability to face the political and social demand of experts in this area. One of the basic scientific concepts is the need for realistic strategies for knowing, measuring, to compile and inventory, and to preserve and manage biodiversity, just as it was defined by the Rio Conference in 1992. For a proper understanding of the aspects related to biodiversity, evolutionary biology is essential, discipline that studies the origin, change over time and persistence of genes, biological functions, individuals, species, supraspecific taxa and interacting populations of living beings. Additionally, knowledge on the genetic, geographical, historical and ecological processes and factors, among others, that play a role on the evolution, adaptation and diversity of living beings are needed in this field. Developments in molecular biology, the application of new modelling and instrumentation techniques and the expansion of computational approaches have bring about an increase in the number of evolutionary studies in all the biological organisation levels.
  • Master’s Degree in Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution
    Recommended admission profile

    The profile of the student of the Master’s Degree in Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution corresponds to those students that have completed his/her Undergraduate studies (or Licenciatura) in the area of experimental sciences and related technologies and who wish to complete their training with a Master’s Degree with vocational or research orientation in these areas, and a high level of experimentation.
    Thus, the recommended profile is that of a student that holds any of the following degrees: Degree (or Licenciatura) in Biology, or other degrees such as Environmental Sciences, Forestry Engineering, Agronomics, Veterinary Science or corresponding degrees to other experimental sciences and related technologies.

     

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution
    Admission criteria

    Student selection will be carried out according to scientific and academic reasons based in:
    - The suitability of the student career to the recommended profile (40-50%).
    - The academic record (30-40%).
    - The curriculum vitae handed out (with documentary proof of the claimed merits) (10-20%).

    In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

     

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Biodiversity: Conservation and Evolution
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish and English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Biostatistics
    imatge de la noticiaThe Master’s Degree in Biostatistics has the goal to adapt the academic offer to the professional trends of the labour market regarding research in Epidemiology, Clinical and Pharmaceutical Research, and in Environmental and Natural Systems Research, regarding the gathering of professionals trained for the treatment and analysis of the available information in the research experiments carried out in any Biostatistics branch. The purpose of the degree is not only to produce experts in diverse statistical analysis techniques and procedures, but to train statistical professionals, experienced in information analysis. The Master’s Degree in Biostatistics is set out as a natural continuation of professional specialization and training of researchers in three very specific areas which are Epidemiology, clinical and pharmaceutical research and Environmental research. In these three areas, the special supply of epidemiologists, clinical analysts and environmental researchers came from specific degrees related to Biology, Medicine, Pharmacy and Environmental Sciences respectively. However, in the face of the vertiginous rhythm of research in all of them, the need for experts that not only have the knowledge and skills typical of what the degrees provide, but that receive training complements related to Statistical Modelling and advanced forecasting techniques has been increasing. These knowledge and skills are essential to guarantee a rigorous and acceptable planning of their experiments and researches, as well as a profitable treatment of the obtained information.
  • Master’s Degree in Biostatistics
    Recommended admission profile

    The proper previous training are provided by the Licenciaturas/Undergraduate studies of the area of Health and Life Sciences (Medicine, Biology, Pharmacy, Environment, Agricultural Engineering, etc.), and by the Licenciatura/Ingeniería Superior/Undergraduate studies in any of the areas of Basic Sciences and Techniques. Those holding a degree in any other areas that have professional experience in the area of this Master’s Degree will also provide a proper profile.

     

     

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Biostatistics
    Admission criteria

    Admission to the Master’s Degree is carried out in a personal fashion, taking care of training and previous experience of the applicant in relation with the contents of the different subjects of the Master’s, as well as his/her academic record.

    The following scale will be considered for the admission:

    • 50%: academic record.
    • 20%: professional experience.
    • 10%: research experience
    • 20%: other merits (scholarships, collaborations, other degrees, language proficiency, etc.)
     

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Biostatistics
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Mathematics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 356Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Chemistry
    imatge de la noticiaChemistry is the science that studies the composition. synthesis, properties, behaviour and reactivity of the matter. It focuses on properties of material compounds of any kind, inorganic, organic and biological and also on the aspects of change and reactivity. It includes the research of the structures and mechanisms of chemical transformations and the synthesis of new compounds, as well as the development of new tools for the analysis. With its permanent ability for innovation it has always had a great impact in the progress, developing products and technologies which influence all the fields of activity of the human being. The Science of Chemistry plays a very important role in protecting health and environment, in the improvement of hygiene and sanitary conditions, in the provision and guarantee of food and in the manufacturing of new and cheaper materials that improve the quality of our lives. Its future is specially focused on four fields of general interest: life, environment including natural disasters, nanomaterials and energy. The present super-specialisation can be a problem to give an answer to our needs, as the mentioned fields are multidisciplinary and have to be addressed like that. To solve this situation the scientist has to be open-minded towards other sciences and scientific education has to be more broad. The Master’s Degree in Chemistry aims at becoming a professional chemist in the professional fields of specialisation: Academic, Research and Industrial. It aims at showing how the problems are dealt with and how a solution is provided from the point of view of the different basic specialities: analytics, physics, organics and inorganics and how multidisciplinarity is needed among the own basic specialities of chemistry and the other sciences in order to supplement and progress in raising awareness.
  • Master’s Degree in Chemistry
    Recommended admission profile

    The appropriated student’s profile of the Master’s Degree Students in Chemistry is that of graduates from degrees of the field of chemistry and/or sciences and technologies related, who wish to complete their training by taking a Master’s of professional or research nature, or oriented towards professional specialisation in Chemical Industry and/or Chemical Company.

    Thus, holders of one of the following undergraduate degrees can access to the Master’s:
    Degree in Chemistry, Degree in Pharmacy, Degree in Chemical engineering, Degree in Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, Degree in Environmental Sciences (Science field of knowledge) or degrees related to chemistry.

  • Master’s Degree in Chemistry
    Admission criteria

    The selection of the students will be made by the Academic Coordinating Committee. The scientific and academic reasons which will be taken into account are:

    • The adaptation of the student’s training to the recommended profile (40-50%).
    • Academic record (30-40 %).
    • The CV submitted (with documentary evidence of the merits alleged) (10-20%). If appropriate, an interview could be conducted.
    • In the case of students whose mother tongue is not Spanish and/or Valencian, a B2 level or equivalent is required of that language, which guarantees that the student can follow the theory classes.
    • When resolving by cause of equality is necessary, an interview to the involved students will be conducted.

     

  • Master’s Degree in Chemistry
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish and valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/master-quimica
    Faculty of Chemistry
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 323Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Mathematical Research
    imatge de la noticiaMathematics is a basic science, present in other sciences and in general in most of the knowledge branches. Its development is closely linked to the progress of human knowledge ever since ancient times and it is impossible to imagine the current world without the presence of Mathematics. On one hand, in the last years have arisen new applications in fields so diverse such as Genetics, Biotechnology, Cryptography, Information Technologies and Communication, Finances, etc. In this sense, we can find today mathematicians in jobs that require advanced specialised knowledge in Mathematics that are not obtained in the Degree. These go beyond the possibilities of the Master’s Degree.
  • Master’s Degree in Mathematical Research
    Recommended admission profile

     

    The access to the official postgraduate studies can be carried out from different training profiles.
    Those students that confirm holding a Licenciatura in Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Sciences or a degree in Engineering, will access the Master’s Degree directly, as well as those students holding a degree as part of the new study plan that substitutes the aforementioned degrees.
    For those students holding a degree which does not correspond with the above mentioned, the Master’s academic committee will require the necessary information of the student on his/her knowledge and will carry out a proposal on his/her conditions of admission, establishing in the corresponding case, a tutorship that is academically suitable.

     

  • Master’s Degree in Mathematical Research
    Admission criteria

     

    Students will be selected using criteria of academic excellence and agreements among the host and home universities. Personal interviewers will be carried out.

     

     

  • Master’s Degree in Mathematical Research
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 15
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technical University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    http://www.investmat.org/
    Faculty of Mathematics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 356Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master’s Degree it is aimed for training students in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, so they can start a research activity leading to a Doctoral Thesis. Fields of knowledge in which it arises: basically in the fields of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Material Sciences, Biochemistry, Pharmacy and Medicine. The syllabus of the Master’s Degree is somewhere in between Nanoscience/Nanotechnology and molecular sciences. Therefore, it explores scientific areas of increasing interest such as Molecular Electronics, Molecular Magnetism, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surfaces Chemistry or Molecular Materials Sciences.

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  • Master’s Degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Recommended admission profile

    To have completed previous undergraduate degree studies in technical or experimental teachings related to the Master’s Degree goals; among them: Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Medicine, Chemical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, or similar fields.

    A B2 level of English language is recommended, for guaranteeing that the student can follow theoretical clasess, as they are taught in English language.

     

  • Master’s Degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Admission criteria

    Students who meet these requirements will be admitted in the Master’s Degree according to the following entry requirements and criteria of
    merits assessments:
    - Specific admission requirements: to have completed previous undergraduate studies of technical or experimental teachings related
    to the Master’s Degree goals; among them: Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Medicine, Chemical Engineering, Electronic Engineering,
    or similar fields. Regarding to foreign students they must hold an official degree equivalent to some the
    previous degrees, or to certify a training level equivalent to the Spanish degrees mentioned above.

    Assessment criteria of merits:
    - Academic Record (80%)
    - English Language Skills superior to the minimum required (10%)
    - Other CV merits (10%)

  • Master’s Degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia, Autonomous University of Madrid, University of Alicante, University of Valladolid, University of Castile La Mancha, University of La Laguna and Miguel Hernández University of Elche.
    Faculty of Chemistry
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 323Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Organic Chemistry
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master’s degree intends to provide a training in advanced Organic Chemistry with special emphasis in its experimental aspect, including the scientific aspects in the research field and the applied and technological aspects in each of the chosen subjects. The students will acquire in this Master’s degree the combination of attitudes, knowledge and abilities required to carry out professional activities in which an organic chemist can be involved, both in the academic field and in the industry. A specific feature of the studies is the training in Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the different aspects related to its industrial dimension in the research and production section.
  • Master’s Degree in Organic Chemistry
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s degree is addressed at students with a previous and specific training in subjects related to the contents of the Master’s degree In accordance with this,
    the Academic Committee will value favourably the applications for admission in the master’s degree of those
    students from the degrees in Chemistry and Pharmacy. If the students come from other degrees, the Academic Committee will individually study     
    each application.

    Spanish C1 Level. English B1 Level is advisable.

  • Master’s Degree in Organic Chemistry
    Admission criteria

    The Academic Committee of the Doctoral Programme (CAPD) will carry out the selection of students based on:

    • Academic Record (80%)
    • English Language Skills superior to the minimum required (10%)
    • Other merits in the CV (10%)

    When assessing the academic record of the applicants, the average
    score of prior degrees will be taken into account. Language knowledge, having additional degrees, specialised courses and other relevant merits
    will be considered as additional merits.

  • Master’s Degree in Organic Chemistry
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Chemistry
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 323Geolocation

Health Sciences Branch

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    The discipline of bioinformatics emerged as a response to the need of analysing biological data of such volume and complexity that requires the use of computer tools. The application of genomics in different areas of knowledge such as medicine, biology, agri-food, pharmacy, etc. generates the need of training of new experts capable of facing the new challenges that the future of these disciplines create. The reduction of the price for these methodologies is very close to its conclusion not only in research, where they are already put in use, but in the own clinical or professional practise. This means that not only the life sciences researchers are going to need to be trained in bioinformatics, but that the same clinical practise or the companies based on biotechnology or biomedicine will demand in few years a good number of specialists in genomic data analysis. Furthermore, from the computer sciences point of view, a new area is open, in which the development of bioinformatics software will become a crucial aspect. As bioinformatics applications on one hand demand greater efficiency due to the increasing volumes of data, and on another, its use goes beyond the area of research and professionalises when it gets to a clinic or pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies, its development needs to be carried out by professionals. Therefore, it must be people with an appropiate computer training, and not "amateur" programmers, who should be responding to these demands of efficient bioinformatic software and with proper quality standars.
  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile is a student that holds a degree in Computer Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, or in other degrees, engineerings, licenciaturas and master's degrees with related training to the previous degrees.

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Training complements

    Will only be accepted those students holding a degree in Computer Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, or in other degrees, engineerings, licenciaturas and Master's degrees with related training to the previous degrees.

    The Academic Coordinating Committee of the Master's Degree will establish the training complements that students must take in each case in order to appropiately face the common subjects of the Master's. Said complements can have a maximum workload of 30 ECTS and will be fixed according to the profile and academic record of the candidate.

    The training complements, which make up the Master's are:

    Subject 

    Computers and operative systems 6 ECTS

    Programming 9 ETCS

    Data structures and databases 9 ECTS

    Medicine and clinical experimentation 6 ECTS

    Evolution 6 ECTS

    Biochemistry and molecular biology 9 ECTS

    Genetics 9 ECTS

    To illustrate it, although it will depend on the profile of the candidate, students must take:

    • Students holding a degree in Computer Engineering or similar
    - Medicine and clinical experimentation 
    - Evolution
    - Biochemistry and molecular biology 
    - Genetics
    • Students holding a degree in Medicine or similar
    - Computers and operative systems
    - Data structures and databases
    - Programming
    - Evolution
    • Students holding a degree in Biology, Biotechnology, and biomedical sciences or similar
    - Compyters and operative systems
    - Programming
    - Data structures and databases
    - Medicine and clinical experimentation

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Admission criteria

    The selection criteria are as follows:

    • Academic record (40-50%) calculated according to the approved regulation of valoration of academic records of the UV.
    • Appropiate training of the student following the profile recommendations (30-40%).
    • Curriculum Vitae handed out (with documentary evidence of the claimed merits) (10-20%). In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 24
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/bioinfor
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Research
    imatge de la noticiaBiomedical research is a basic element to increase social and economic welfare, sustainability and to improve life quality of citizenship, as it allows to obtain new knowledge and apply it for an improvement of prevention and diagnosis of diseases; a major safety in the appliance of drugs and therapies and an improvement in the use of health resources. A better position in the area of health research only could be determined by the possibility of offering biomedical research lines in pharmaceutical technologies and in technologies and high quality health, global, multidisciplinary and integrated sciences, with the collaboration of researchers and clinical, public health, occupational health, environmental health basic teams, close to the clinical realities, addressed to solve problems.
  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Research
    Recommended admission profile

    In order to be admitted to the master’s degree, all applicants must be Graduates in Medicine or Graduates in degrees related to the field of health sciences.

    In order to be admitted to the master’s degree, besides being holders of a degree suitable to the master’s teachings, students with a non-Spanish-speaking nationality, whose country doesn’t have an educational system that includes the Spanish language, will have to accredit a B2 Spanish level, as defined by the classification of the Common European Framework of Reference.

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Research
    Admission criteria

    Should the demand surpass the supply of places, candidates will be selected on the basis of their merit, assessed in accordance with the following:
    50% academic records
    30% scholarships and collaboration with the involved departments
    10% publications and conference papers
    10% other merit

    All the merits claimed in the pre-registration to the Master must be documented.

  • Master's Degree in Biomedical Research
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction
    imatge de la noticiaCurrently, the growing need for assisted reproduction treatments has caused the training need of specialists in this field. Especially laboratory aspects are of recent development and are constantly evolving and for this reason, in the degree studies there are not included or doesn`t allow to acquire enough knowledge for professional practice. All this reasons, along with the international significance of our country in the field of biomedicine, have brought biologists, pharmacists, veterinarians and other related graduated to express their interest to receive updated information of this field, what justifies, therefore, the existence of a postgraduate programme of these contents.
  • Master's Degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction
    Recommended admission profile

    It is addressed to people who have finished previous undergraduate studies (or llicenciatura) in the field of sciences with a biomedical profile, in the following order:

    • Biology
    • Pharmacy
    • Biochemistry
    • Medicine
    • Veterinary
    • Other related

    It also will be considerate the experience shown in laboratories of assisted reproduction, the attendance to courses, lectures and accredited scientific activities and the experience shown in basic research of biomedicine laboratories, in this order.

    Classes for the 2021/2022 academic year will begin on September 13.

  • Master's Degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction
    Admission criteria

    The selection will be based on experience and previous scientific and academic education in the field of assisted human reproduction:

    -The adaptation of the student’s education to the recommended profile (50%). For this reason, the Academic Committee of the Master’s values internships or recruitment placement in laboratories of assisted reproduction, the attendance to international and national conferences, accredited courses by different regions and within these, according to the similarity with the contents of the Master’s and its duration.-The academic record (40%).
    -The curriculum vitae submitted (with documentary evidence of the merits claimed) (10-20%). If it is deemed necessary will be made a personal interview on the merits claimed in the curriculum

     

  • Master's Degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction
    Credit: 120
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 83,9 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    https://ir.uv.es/U75eBdz
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Dental Sciences
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master's offers dentistry graduates and medical doctors advanced education in stomatology, for them to be able to delve into their research field. Aimed at developing and improving oral health in the area of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, and in the interrelation with professionals from basic and clinical sciences and public health, the programme provides theoretical/practical knowledge and specialised methodologies to undertake a PhD in Dentistry.
  • Master's Degree in Dental Sciences
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended profile is: graduates in dentistry or medicine and medical doctors specialised in stomatology.

    - B2 Certification of Spanish language for non-Spanish speakers. Through a B2 Spanish Certification As a Foreign Language, where appropriate, oral and a written test.

  • Master's Degree in Dental Sciences
    Admission criteria

    The applicant’s education and experience as well as his/her academic records and CV will be taken into account. In situations of equal merit, the applicant’s relationship with the Stomatology Department will be considered. The evaluation of the candidates will be as follows:
    - Academic records: 50%
    - Scholarships and activities with the Stomatology Department: 30%
    - Publications and papers in conferences: 10%
    - Other merit: 10%
     

  • Master's Degree in Dental Sciences
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Drug Dependence: Research, Treatment and Drug Pathologies
    imatge de la noticiaDrug addiction is the main public health problem in developed countries. Drug abuse affects the entire population, and illegal drugs are more prevalent among the younger population, which can cause disability and great morbidity for the suffering of many different diseases, including neuropsychiatric ones, of which we are still far from knowing what influences their cause and development. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease, characterised by loss of control over the use of a substance by the patient. This substance (or behaviour) occupies then a prominent place in the person’s life, affecting not only the normal balance of their vital functions, but the homeostatic role of their behaviors and their environment, through the problems generated by the behaviours that this drug imposes on the person. The health and social demand in drug addiction is faced by multiple professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, etc.) from more generic specialties. However, the complexity of managing drug addicts requires a specialisation with strong multidisciplinary character. For psychology, professional development in the field of drug addiction may encourage future specialisation with various professionals, particularly of health sciences, which will improve the clinic projection and therefore the professional demands of the profession.
  • Master's Degree in Drug Dependence: Research, Treatment and Drug Pathologies
    Recommended admission profile

    This Master's degree is intended for holders of a licenciatura or undergraduate degree in Psychology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Social Work or Education.

  • Master's Degree in Drug Dependence: Research, Treatment and Drug Pathologies
    Admission criteria

    Holders of a licenciatura or undergraduate degree in Psychology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Social Work and Education will be admitted to the Master’s Degree in Drug Dependence: Research, Treatment and Drug Pathologies.
    The following selection criteria will be taken into account:
    - The average mark of the academic record, to a 60%.
    - Work experience related to the topics of the Master’s degree, of a minimal duration of six months, to a 20%.
    - Taking free-elective subjects related to the Master's Degree, to a 20%.

    If the demand exceeds the places available, the criteria will be weighed as follows:
    1. Average mark of the academic record (A: 5 points, B: 4 points, C: 3 points).
    2. Mark obtained in the optional subjects related to the contents of the Master's (A: 1 point, B: 0.5 points, C: 0.2 points).
    3. Work experience related to the topic of the Master's degree: 1 point for each year.
    4. Participation in collaboration grants: 1 point for each grant and year.
    5. English qualification: B1 3 points.

     

  • Master's Degree in Drug Dependence: Research, Treatment and Drug Pathologies
    Credit: 120
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/mastdrog
    Faculty of Psychology and Speech Therapy
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2146010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 681Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Food Quality and Safety
    imatge de la noticiaThe socioeconomic importance of the food sector, together with major changes in the food area regarding dietetic guidelines, new foodstuffs, a growing interest in nutrients, new processing technologies, new packaging materials and food biotechnology requires highly qualified professionals and researchers. More and more, consumers demand healthy and safe foodstuffs, with better nutritional and aesthetic properties which require quality improvements and an adequate use of food technology. This master's programme offers advanced education to meet such needs and to train specialists for them to face the challenges of the industry.
  • Master's Degree in Food Quality and Safety
    Recommended admission profile

    Applicants with a degree in subjects related to food science have the most adequate profile for the programme. This is why graduates in Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Nutrition and Dietetics rank first on the list, but those with a degree in Medicine and Surgery, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Environmental Science also have a sound basis to make the most of the masters, as their university studies are largely based on experimental techniques. Finally, it is also addressed to students from other scientific degrees (Sea Science) or with a technical background (Chemical Engineering, Agricultural Engineering) whose scientific and/or professional profile can be enhanced by the masters course.

  • Master's Degree in Food Quality and Safety
    Training complements

    For those candidates without the basic knowledge required by the programme, the Academic Commission shall determine the possibility of completing 30 credits worth of complementary education before starting the masters.

  • Master's Degree in Food Quality and Safety
    Admission criteria

    Taking into consideration the profile and specific admission requirements, preference will be given to the degree completed, in the following order, and to the student's academic records:
    1. Graduates in Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
    2. Graduates in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Medicine and Surgery, and Nursing.
    3. Graduates in Sea Science.
    4. Chemical and Agricultural Engineers.
    5. Any other related degree.

    Likewise, the following will be considered to be additional merits: a second degree, language skills, scientific papers published, participation in conferences, and academic/professional experience.
     

  • Master's Degree in Food Quality and Safety
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/mastercsa
    Faculty of Pharmacy
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvda. Vicent Andrés Estellés, s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master’s degree allows graduates in Psychology to work as professionals. The General Public Health Law 33/2011, of 4 October, regulates Psychology in the health field. Seventh additional provision. Regulation of Psychology in the health field. This law states, among other things: Graduates in Psychology will be considered as regulated and certified health professionals, under the name General Health Psychologist at graduate level, in the terms provided in Article 2 of Law 44/2003, of 21 November, on the Regulation of Health Professions, when carrying out self-employed activity or when employed by others in the health sector, provided that, besides the aforementioned university degree, they hold the Master’s degree in General Health Psychology. This is an application-oriented Master’s degree, intended for the development of professional activity. This Master’s provides students with advanced and specialised training in knowledge, attitudes and skills that allow them to work in the health psychology field. Moreover, it also intends to better the students’ critical and reflective capacities, resulting in an improvement of their professional practice and in the development and application of the knowledge included. The Master’s focuses on the promotion, prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of all aspects related to the health and welfare of people. Students will also be provided with the scientific and professional bases of Health Psychology and in the basic skills specific to General Health Psychology.
  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology
    Recommended admission profile

    Holding a degree or licenciatura in Psychology will be a prerequisite for access to the Master’s in General Health Psychology, as well as an additional training, where appropriate, to ensure that the applicant has obtained at least 90 ECTS credits in the health field.

    The degree of Graduate in Psychology, issued in the Spanish state prior to the order CNU/13092018, meets the necessary requirements to access the Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology and it’s not necessary for the above mentioned graduates to submit accreditation for those specifically health-related 90 ECTS.

    As for the rest of the students, the 90 ECTS credits in the health field must be accredited by providing, in the pre-enrolment application, the specific certificate provided by the university centre in which those credits were completed. 

  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology
    Training complements

    Documentation will be required to guarantee that 90 ECTS credits of a specifically health-related field have been obtained, as specified in Section 4.2 of Annex I of Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29th October. The complementary training course can be obtained by studying subjects of the Degree in Psychology by the UVEG that are linked with the areas of knowledge of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment and/or Psychobiology. Other subjects of this Degree with specific health content will also be considered. The subjects considered as complementary training course for this Master's Degree are specified in section 4.6 of the curriculum verification report.

  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology
    Admission criteria

    Criteria to be considered in the selection of applicants:
    - Average mark in the academic record (50%): Average grade of the student academic record of the Psychology Degree/Licenciatura will be evaluated.
    - Curriculum vitae (20%):  The merits of Doctorate, Official Master, Master's Degree, other Courses will be assessed provided they are 100 or more hours. The evaluation of these merits will be made according to their attainment to the Psychology Degree/Licenciatura and will only be considered for its finalization once surpassed.
    - Having the basic knowledge in the areas covered by the Master’s degree (20%): It will be taken into consideration the optional subjects comparable to those offered in the "Introduction to Clinical and Health Psychology" itinerary of the Psychology degree of the University of Valencia. The academic record of the optative subjects must be provided in order to be evaluated.
    - Work experience in fields related to the Master’s degree (10%): It will be evaluated the full-time months of professional activity (up to maximum of 10 years) as a psychologist. This activity must be exercised as a self-employed worker or as an employed person. Contract and/or working life document must be provided.

    Note: Only the merits indicated in the Document Checklist Form, together with their documentary evidence, will be assessed, provided that they are attached to the online application form before the deadline.

  • Master's Degree in General Health Psychology
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 80
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 20 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Professions: General Health Psychologist
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/pgs
    Faculty of Psychology and Speech Therapy
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2146010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 681Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    imatge de la noticiaThe latter, radiophysicists, or physicians experts in radiations, carry out in hospitals specific healthcare tasks such as the planning of radiotherapy treatments, the control of radiology equipments, and the design and control of the radiological facilities, the control of personnel and the zones exposed to radiations, etc. These tasks are legislated since the programme of access to Hospital Resident Radiophysician Intern was created. The Royal Decree 220/1997, of 14 February, creates and regulates the obtaining of the official title of Specialist in Hospital Radiophysics, as of postgraduate regulated training, of theoretical-practical nature, being indispensable the developing of practical aspects through a system of residences in hospitals, with a training period of three consecutive years, through which the student obtains the speciality of Hospital Radiophysicist that qualifies for the professional development of the tasks mentioned before. In order to access the different teaching units recognised for the training of Specialists in Hospital Radiophysics it is necessary to pass a test of national character depending on the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs which selects candidates (holders of degrees in Physics or any other advanced degree in scientific and technological disciplines). Although this Master's Degree does not provide with a training of Specialist in Radiophysics, training can only be accessed through the sistem of hospital residence, it does expects to train its students in the physical and technological aspects that are needed as a basis to go in depth in the field of Medical Physics, both in the aspects related with radiotherapy and nuclear medicine as in other aspects of application of Physics to Medicine; both in its practical application as in associated research to this field of knowledge.
  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile for obtaining the most of the studies to be carried out corresponds to students coming from "Licenciaturas" and undergraduate courses in Physics, Chemistry and Engineering, and all the other new undergraduate studies or other degrees in which the candidate has taken courses in Atomic and Nuclear Physics. In a similar way an recomended profile is considered the corresponding to students holding a degree or "licenciados" in Medicine with a speciality in Radiology, Radiotherapy or Nuclear Medicine or who are carrying out the residence in these specialities.

  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Admission criteria

     The selection criteria are as follows:
    - The training adjustment of the student to the required profile (50%).
    - The academic record (30%).
    - The curriculum vitae handed out (with documental justification of the claimed merits) (20%). In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

     


     

  • Master's Degree in Medical Physics
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Physics
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 307Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Molecular Approaches in Health Sciences
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master's Degree recognises the importance of the molecular level and its own technology in the modern clinical context and expects to provide knowledge, attitudes and skills for the future Molecular Sciences and Health Sciences professionals, that give them a privileged position in a scientific, professional and training context, common and interactive.
  • Master's Degree in Molecular Approaches in Health Sciences
    Recommended admission profile

    The profile of the student of the Master's Degree in Molecular Approaches on Health Sciences corresponds to students that have completed their undergraduate studies (or a Licenciatura) in the field of health and experimental sciences, and related technologies and who wish to complete their training through the accompishment of a Master's Degree with a strong research profile. It is recommended that the student has received a Degree (or Licenciatura) in Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Sciences, or related degrees in the University of Valencia or any other Spanish and European universities, or in the rest of the world.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Molecular Approaches in Health Sciences
    Admission criteria

    If a selection of students is ever needed, it will be carried out by the Academic Coordinating Committee out on scientific and academic basis following the criteria of:
    - The training adjustment of the student to the required profile (40-50%).
    - The academic curriculum (30-40%).
    -The curriculum vitae handed out (with documental justification of the claimed merits) (10-20%). In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

     

     

  • Master's Degree in Molecular Approaches in Health Sciences
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish and English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/amcsalud
    Faculty of Biological Sciences
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusC/ Dr. Moliner, 5046100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 544 019Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Personal and Community Nutrition
    imatge de la noticiaThe specialisation in Nutrition means an option of great interest and immediate application, considering the clear implications that has in the practice of the profession in the area of Health with special focus on individuals and specific groups: newborn, children, aging, sports, pregnancy and nutrition disorders, among others, which the health system will assume or is assuming, by different professionals; including Dieticians-Nutrionists, pharmacists, and other doctors. The White Paper of Health Professions in Catalonia states that it is expected an increase in the need of nutritional advice in the area of primary health care, both in hospitals and in social healthcare centres, this prediction is applicable to all Spanish regions, including the Valencian Community. The Order 66/2004, which establishes the Guidelines for the Preparation of the Comprehensive Plan for Obesity, Nutrition and Physical Activity (BOE 22-1-2004), and which contains the interventions of the health departments of the autonomous communities, will cause in its future deployment the need of dietitians-nutritionists and other health professionals. In the hospital sector, the World Health Organisation established in its 10th World Health Assembly (WHA) of 1974, and subsequently reasserted it in 1982, that all regional hospitals (600-850 beds) and medium hospitals (70-150 beds) must have dieticians-nutritionists and that they must also be in a proportion of one dietician-nutritionist for every fifty patients. Simultaneously, the international trend in the organisation of clinical nutrition focuses on multidisciplinary teams, composed by doctors, pharmacists, nurses and dietitians, with positive clinical and economic results. If we add to this the incorporation of these professionals in the fields of sports, development cooperation, public and community health, and in the social and health centres and in geriatric centres, this fact make us to see the need of a specialised training that the Master’s can offers, being the first one in Spain that tries to cover all the professional possibilities of this group, in its applicability at personal and community level. The Master’s Degree offered has two training advantages; first, our university leads in Spain the healthcare training with practices with patients through the Nutritional Clinic of the Lluís Alcanyís-University of Valencia Foundation, the first of its kind at national level; second, we lead in Spain, the educational training based on Information Technology and Communication (ICT) applied to nutrition, dietetics and diet therapy with teaching materials prepared by the Call for Educational Innovation of the UV.
  • Master's Degree in Personal and Community Nutrition
    Recommended admission profile

    1. Graduates and Diploma holders (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
    2. Graduates (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Pharmacy.
    3. Graduates in Medicine
    4. Graduates in Nursery.
    5. Any other degree related to the health field.

     

  • Master's Degree in Personal and Community Nutrition
    Admission criteria

    Criteria and merits assessment for the admission:

    According to the entry profile and the specific requirements for admission, the order of preference is established on the basis of the degrees, and within each it will be ordered according its respective academic records:

    1. Graduates and Diploma holders (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
    2. Graduates (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Pharmacy.
    3. Graduates in Medicine
    4. Graduates in Nursery.
    5. Any other degree related to the health field.

    The selection of candidates who meet the requirements above mentioned will be made by evaluating the following sections:

    a. Academic record (70%).
    b. An explanatory and reasoned record of the candidate for the Master’s profile.(10%).
    c. Professional experience (15%).
    d. Language skills (5%),

    Assessment according to the degree:
    1. Graduates and Diploma holders (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics. (x1)
    2. Graduates (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) in Pharmacy. (x1)
    3. Graduates in Medicine. (x0.7)
    4. Graduates in Nursery. (x0.7)
    5. Any other degree related to the health field. (x0.6)

  • Master's Degree in Personal and Community Nutrition
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Pharmacy
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvda. Vicent Andrés Estellés, s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Physiology
    imatge de la noticiaThe continuous advance of research in the area of Health Sciences and more specifically in Physiology makes it necessary the training of specialist researchers in this field. For this reason, the Master's Degree in Physiology by the University of Valencia is dedicated to consolidation of the latests aspects of research on physiology, focusing in the subjects related with the experience and specialisation of the teaching board that teaches it. The basic objective of the Master's Degree is to provide students with a research training in the field of Physiology that allows them the practicse of their professional work in a general field and with the competences that provide them the studies of the Master's Degree. This Master's Degree is research-guided, so with the received training, graduates will be able to access work places in Research Centres related with the area of healthcare, or they could continue with their research training, by writing a doctoral thesis which is within the Physiology Programme, in order to pursue an academic career in the University, where it should be noted that Physiology is present in a great number of the current degrees.
  • Master's Degree in Physiology
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile for obtaining the most of the studies to be carried out corresponds to students coming from "Licenciaturas" and undergraduate courses in Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Physics, Sciences of the Physical Activity and Sport Sciences, Nutrition and Dietetics, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, or Veterinary Science, as well as related undergraduate studies and equivalent "Licenciaturas".

  • Master's Degree in Physiology
    Admission criteria

    The selection criteria are as follows:
    - Mark of the academic report of the "Licenciatura" or undergraduate studies: 50%
    - Grants and collaboration in the Department of Physiology of the University of Valencia: 30%
    - Publications and Communications in Congresses: 10%
    - Other merits: 10%
    In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

     


     

     

  • Master's Degree in Physiology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Medicine and Odontology
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 1546010 Valencia (Valencia)
    963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Psychogerontology
    imatge de la noticiaThis Master’s degree aims to train graduates with a level of excellence in the area of the psychology of ageing and the elderly. Graduates are expected to: Possess advanced knowledge in the various disciplines of this area and in the theoretical and practical problems that this interdisciplinary area is now facing. Know, differentiate and critically evaluate the different trends and traditions of psychogerontology. Acquire skills and research for the development of assessment tasks, psychological intervention and/or research with healthy elder people, or with elder people who suffer from cognitive impairment or other age-related pathologies in different family and institutional environments.
  • Master's Degree in Psychogerontology
    Recommended admission profile

    This Master’s degree is intended for people who hold an undergraduate degree or a licenciatura in Psychology, who are able to read scientific texts in English and who have the necessary motivation, attitudes and interpersonal skills to receive this type of training. It is also intended for people who already have some professional experience in any field of psychological intervention for the elderly.

  • Master's Degree in Psychogerontology
    Admission criteria

    The following criteria will be taken into account:

    • Adequacy of the academic background.
    • Average mark of the academic record in the undergraduate degree or licenciatura.
    • Letter of motivation and introduction, if necessary.
    • Motivations, attitudes and interpersonal skills valued by a personal interview.
    • Academic and work experience after completing the undergraduate degree or licenciatura (scientific publications, academic stays in centres of excellence, research experience, work experience, scholarships or grants, awards, etc.).

    The above criteria will be evaluated using the following scoring scale:

    • Degree in Psychology: 5 points
    • Average grade of the academic record: up to 4 points
    • Other related qualifications: up to 3 points
    • Reading and translation of foreign languages: up to 3 points
    • Letter of motivation: up to 1 point
    • Work experience: up to 3 points
    • Interview (if necessary): up to 3 points
  • Master's Degree in Psychogerontology
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia, University of Salamanca, University of Santiago de Compostela and University of Barcelona
    Faculty of Psychology and Speech Therapy
    Blasco Ibáñez CampusAvda. Blasco Ibáñez, 2146010 Valencia (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 681Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Public Health and Health Management
    imatge de la noticiaFrom a wide view the Public Health can be identified with the set of efforts organized of the society with a main mission: to prevent health problems and to encourage the health of the community. The broad field of action in Public Health implies the participation of a considerable group of professionals from the sanitary area mainly from the medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, etc… as well as other non-sanitary professionals that apparently develop their labour in other areas, but that in many occasions are indispensable for the consecution of the main objective.
  • Master's Degree in Public Health and Health Management
    Recommended admission profile

    - Any person that has an official university degree, that is, holder of a licenciatura, holder of a diplomatura, in Health Sciences.
    - Exceptionally, when the number of available seats allows it, it should be considered the admission of persons that have an official university degree in other areas related to Public Health and Sanitary Administration.


     

  • Master's Degree in Public Health and Health Management
    Admission criteria

    The Master’s will select applicants paying attention to the following criteria:
    1. Being making the speciality of Preventative Medicine and Public Health. 50 points.
    2. Academic merits, up to 20 points.
    3. Professional Activities in Preventive Mediicine, Public Health and Sanitary Administration, up to 15 points.
    4. Training and research in Preventive Medicine, Public Health and Sanitary Administration, up to 10 points.
    6. Other merits, up to 5 points.

     

  • Master's Degree in Public Health and Health Management
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Pharmacy
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvda. Vicent Andrés Estellés, s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Research in and Rational Use of Medicines
    imatge de la noticiaThere are many different kinds of factors that accompany the development of new drugs, which sometimes makes that the existing information about them reaches society influenced by the media, or at least, biased. Therefore, it is the professionals that belong to the area of health and who develop their work in public entities the ones who can act independently, providing adequate information for proper training of future professionals by instilling in them the ability to screen, select and discern to apply with good judgment (rational use) the most appropriate standard of care in each case
  • Master's Degree in Research in and Rational Use of Medicines
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s student profile corresponds to people who have completed previous undergraduate degrees (or Licenciaturas) in the field of health sciences and who wish to complete their training by undertaking a medicine-oriented Master’s, either for research and development of new drugs or to promote the rational use of those already authorised.


    Therefore, it is recommended as the Master’s access profile to be in possession of any of the following degrees: Undergraduated degree (or Licenciatura) in Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, or other degrees such as Chemistry, Food Science and Technology, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology, or degrees in other experimental sciences and related technologies.
     

  • Master's Degree in Research in and Rational Use of Medicines
    Training complements

    Those students whose training base is regarded as non-related and cannot prove the knowledge considered as essential for the effective monitoring of the Master's must, in order to enroll in the Master's, make a commitment to study and take advantage of the course contents that with the degree in "Pharmacology" and with 4.5 ECTS, will be offered by the University of Valencia during the academic year as a supplement to the training of the Master's.

     

  • Master's Degree in Research in and Rational Use of Medicines
    Admission criteria

    The selection will be carried out according to the following criteria:
    - Academic record 40%
    - Knowledge in matters relating to the Master’s 20%
    - Grants and collaborations with the departments and organisations involved 15%
    - Publications 10%
    - Professional experience 10%
    - Other merits 5%
     

  • Master's Degree in Research in and Rational Use of Medicines
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 45
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Pharmacy
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvda. Vicent Andrés Estellés, s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 864 100Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Speech Therapy Intervention Specialization
    imatge de la noticiaSocial demands in Speech Therapy are not only reflected in the increase in jobs, but also through other indicators, such as the waiting lists for hospital services in Speech Therapy, which prove that they are insufficient, both in reference to their geographical distribution and the high rate of patients that cannot be treated; the demands in the field of education on the need for a greater presence of support staff, including speech therapists; and the demands of new services by other groups. In addition, the aging of the population implies an increasing demand for speech therapy professionals to work in the field of degenerative diseases, in nursing homes and in other institutions to rehabilitate the language of the elderly. Speech therapy professionals are also being incorporated into other professional fields as a result of social demand: from professional voice users (singers, journalists, teachers) to rehabilitation services as a result of accidents, beyond traditional areas such as developmental disorders or language learning in childhood. Finally, many groups with very different special needs are demanding speech therapy services: people with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorders, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, etc.
  • Master's Degree in Speech Therapy Intervention Specialization
    Recommended admission profile

    Aimed at graduates and authorised workers in Speech Therapy, Psychology, Medicine and working graduates wishing to specialise their training in the field of research and intervention in communication disorders.

  • Master's Degree in Speech Therapy Intervention Specialization
    Admission criteria

    The evaluation and selection criteria are as follows:
    - Academic background: 25%. The highest score will be awarded to speech therapists with an university degree or authorized by the Official Associations of Speech Therapists prior to the availability of the diplomatura in Speech Therapy
    - Academic record and academic curriculum: 25%.
    - Professional experience in Speech Therapy: 20%.
    - Scientific merits (scientific publications, academic stays in centres of excellence, research experience, scholarships, grants, awards, etc.): 20%.
    - Other merits (including languages): 10%.
     

  • Master's Degree in Speech Therapy Intervention Specialization
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 40
    Language: Spanish, Valencian and English
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Faculty of Psychology and Speech Therapy
    Blasco I