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.

 

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