1. Calendar 
  2. Application instructions
  3. Documents to be submitted 
  4. Places allocation results
  5. Waiting List Calls
  6. Cutt-off Marks

NOTE: Any query about or incident during the procedure can be sent to postgrado@uv.es.

1. Master's pre-enrolment calendar 

Pre-enrolment is the admission process through which application forms are ordered and places offered are allocated.

The University of Valencia opens two phases or periods for pre-enrolment in master’s degree courses for the academic year 2019-20120, according to the following calendar:

PHASE I CALENDAR - MASTER'S DEGREE PRE-ENROLMENT 2019-2020

Submission of pre-enrolment applications From 1 February (0.00 h) to 19 June (midnight) (local time)

Deadline for submission of documents in electronic format

19 June
Deadline for submitting academic considerations (update of average mark). The average mark will not be updated if, before the deadline for submission of documents "in electronic format", the university degree certificate has not been uploaded to your application 27 June (midnight)

Evaluation of applications

From 1 to 5 July
Publication of selection results 11 July
Complaints about selection results (by submitting a form through the Online Office) From 12 to 15 July
Online enrolment (subject to submission of admission documents by 30 September (midnight)) From 16 to 18July
Publication of results of first call from waiting list (WL) 23 July
Online enrolment 1st call from WL (subject to submission of admission documents by 30 September (midnight)) From 24 to 25 July
Publication of results of second call from waiting list (WL) 29 July
Online enrolment 2nd call from WL (subject to submission of admission documents by 30 September (midnight)) From 30 to 31 July

 

PHASE II CALENDAR - MASTER'S DEGREE PRE-ENROLMENT 2019-2020

Submission of pre-enrolment applications

From 19 July (0.00 h) to 4 September (midnight) (local time)

Publication of places available

From 1 to 2 August
Deadline for submission of documents in electronic format 4 September
Deadline for submitting academic considerations (update of average mark). The average mark will not be updated if, before the deadline for submission of documents "in electronic format", the university degree certificate has not been uploaded to your application 11 September (midnight)
Evaluation of applications From 16 to 20 September
Publication of selection results 24 September
Complaints about selection results (by submitting a form through the Online Office)  25 September
Online enrolment (subject to submission of admission documents by 30 September (midnight)) From 26 to 27 September
Deadline for submitting admission documents (degree certificate + specific requirements) 30 September (midnight)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Candidates admitted who do not enrol within the period established will lose their place.
  • Candidates who participated in Phase I but did not obtain a place can participate in Phase II by submitting a new application for different master’s degrees.

2. Application instructions

Candidates who meet the general and specific admission criteria for each master’s degree course can submit their pre-enrolment application form within the period established.

Application forms must be submitted through the link provided in the “Application form” tab at the University Online Office.

Before filling in the application, it is very important to read carefully the information detailed below and consult the technical requirements to access the University Online Office

Each candidate may submit only one application per enrolment phase, in which he/she can choose up to three options from among the master’s degree courses or specialisations offered.

Candidates may withdraw their application, either because they do not wish to enrol anymore or because they wish to change their application and submit a new one. To do so, they must access their application at “My personal site” in the Online Office and choose the options offered. For students with qualifications obtained outside the EHEA, if they have paid the Favourable Resolution of Equivalence fee in the withdrawn application, when submitting the new one, they must indicate that it's not the first time they request the access to a master's degree. Besides that, they should indicate the number of the withdrawn application in the tab Comments.

2.1. Students who have not yet completed the studies granting access to a master’s degree course

Students who will complete studies granting access to a master’s degree course during the current academic year 2018-2019 may pre-enrol even if they have not completed such studies at the time of submitting their application.

Candidates who obtain a place may be admitted and enrol conditionally even if they do not hold a degree and/or, if it were the case, they do not meet the specific language requirements for admission to their chosen master’s degree.

Failure to provide evidence of the candidate’s condition as a degree holder and/or, if it were the case, the language specific requirements before 30 September at midnight will result in their enrolment being automatically cancelled. To provide proof of fulfilment of these requirements, candidates must access their application at “My personal site” in the Online Office and attach the relevant supporting documents.

The order of submission of pre-enrolment applications does not set any right or priority within the pre-enrolment phase in which the applicant participates.

2.2. Electronic application form:

a) Your electronic application form must include:

  • Your personal and academic information. Applicants of non-Spanish nationality or non-residents in Spain must select the option or write "extranjero" in sections "Birth Place (Province)" "Birth Place (City)", "Province of residence"; and "City of residence".

  • The master’s degree course or, if applicable, the academic pathway/specialisation of the master’s degree in which you are interested, in order of preference, to a maximum of three. The preference is decisive, since the places offered will be allocated according to the order indicated by candidates on their application forms. If demand exceeds the number of places available, these will be allocated according to the order of preference indicated and to the results of the evaluation of merits made by the Academic Coordinating Committee.

  • Applicants who certify a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%, who are eligible for admission through the 5% quota reserved for disabled people, must indicate this circumstance in the corresponding section of the electronic application form and attach the corresponding supporting documents.

  • Payment of the foreign qualification equivalence fee. Those students who access the master’s degree course through a non-Spanish university qualification that has not been officially recognised and which has been issued in an educational system outside the European Higher Education Area will be charged a €155.22 fee, payable through the electronic pre-enrolment application form. This payment is imperative for completing the pre-enrolment process. This fee is payable only once for all pre-enrolment applications. If the candidate would pre-enrol in another academic year with the same foreign qualification that was already subject to verification, he/she would not need to pay the fee again. If he/she has paid the foreign qualification equivalence fee at another university, he/she will be exempt from paying it by sending an exemption request to the Office of the Vice-Rector of Studies and Language Policy, to which he/she must attach proof of payment of the fee and the Favourable Resolution of Equivalence indicating the foreign degree that was subject to verification.

b) Registration and verification:

  • Once you have completed your application form, you must send it electronically by clicking on the “send” button, in the “end” tab.
  • To check if your application form has been successfully registered, you can click on “Get document”, which will generate a pdf document including the numerical identifier of the application request, the date and time of submission, the registration number and the document’s digital fingerprint.
  • Once the application request is generated, you will not be able to modify it. Therefore, you will not be able to change your master’s degree courses chosen or their order of preference. In case you need to make an amendment of this type, you must access your application at “My personal site” in the Online Office and choose the options offered.

2.3. Pre-admission letters

If prior to the date set for the resolution of admissions you need to certify, your status as an applicant for accessing a master’s degree course, you can request to be issued a pre-admission letter through the following electronic address: postgrado@uv.es

To be issued this document it is imperative that you have previously completed the pre-enrolment process.

3. Documents to be submitted

3.1.- Documents to be included in your application in electronic format:

a) DNI (Spanish citizens), NIE (residents in Spain) or PASSPORT (foreign citizens).

  • Holders of qualifications issued by the Universitat de València do not need to submit copy of their identity card.

b) Official university degree certificate.

  • Holders of qualifications issued by the Universitat de València do not need to submit copy of their certificate.
  • Holders of foreign qualifications previously recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education must also provide the official recognition document issued by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
  • Holders of foreign qualifications not officially recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education must also provide the corresponding legalisation or endorsement (apostille). Also, as appropriate, an official translation must be provided (refer to section “Admission requirements for foreign graduates”). Moreover, students who obtained a Favourable Resolution of Equivalence for accessing postgraduate studies in previous academic years must include a copy of this resolution.

c) Official academic transcript (marks), including the average mark of the academic record.

  • Students who have already completed official studies at the UV do not need to submit this document.
  • Foreign students must submit their official academic transcript (marks), legalised or apostilled and, where appropriate, officially translated (refer to section Admission requirements for foreign graduates). They must also submit a document indicating their average mark calculated on a 10, point scale, according to the procedure established by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. Candidates failing to provide this document will be given an admission average mark of 5 points.

d) Specific documents required, if any, for accessing the master’s degree course applied for

e) Students with disabilities must provide appropriate documentary evidence.

Important notice: Students who wish or have to undertake internships involving regular contact with minors are required to provide, upon request by the Academic Committee for the master’s degree, a clearance certificate from the Spanish registry of sex offenders issued by the Ministry of Justice.

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3.2.- Paper documents

According to Law 39/2015, applicants do not need to provide certified copies.

Exceptionally, when the Student Services has doubts as to the authenticity of the electronic documents submitted, it may require the presentation of the original documents for making a comparative check. This check can only be carried out by the Student Services of the Universitat de València and not by registry offices.

IMPORTANT NOTICE ON AMENDMENT OF DOCUMENTS:

The submission of electronic documents during the pre-enrolment application process is an essential requirement for processing your application.  Check the deadlines in the calendar of Phases I and II.

4. Places allocation results

4.1.- Evaluation and allocation of places

After the deadline for submitting pre-enrolment applications, the Academic Coordinating Committee (CCA) of each master’s degree will evaluate the applications received according to the entry and weighting criteria set for each master’s degree course.

The places offered will be allocated according to the result of the evaluation of pre-enrolment applications and to the order of preference indicated by applicants on their application forms.

Applicants who do not agree with the score obtained in the evaluation of their application may lodge a complaint through the form available in the Online Office within the deadline set (from 12 to 15 July in Phase I and 25 September in Phase II). After this deadline, no complaints will be accepted.

4.2.- Notification and publication

The results of the pre-enrolment process will be notified to students at “My personal site” in the Online Office. They will be informed at the e-mail address indicated on their pre-enrolment form.

Each applicant can only be admitted to one master’s degree course and pathway/specialisation, if applicable, but may be included on the waiting list for several master’s degree courses.

Additionally, for information purposes only, the cut-off marks of different master degrees will be published on the Postgraduate Courses website.

4.3.- Submission of admission documents and/or enrolment

Admitted students can enrol within the period established. Their enrolment is subject to submission of their degree certificate and/or, if it were the case, the specific language certificate required before 30 September at midnight. Failure to provide such evidence by this deadline will lead to the automatic cancellation of enrolment.

Phase I: Admitted students may enrol during the period established (from 16 to 18 July).

Candidates who do not enrol within the period established will lose their right to the place initially allocated to them, which will be offered to applicants on the waiting list.

Important notice: Candidates on the waiting list for one or for all their options who wish to be considered for the waiting list call (23 July, first call; 29 July, second call) must indicate so in the relevant section when they consult the allocation of places. Candidates who do not confirm their wish to remain on the waiting list for a master’s degree course will not be considered for the allocation of places for that course.

Candidates excluded in all their options in Phase I may submit a new application in Phase II for different master’s degrees.

Phase II: Admitted students may enrol within the established  (from 26 to 27 September).

Candidates who do not enrol within the period established will lose their right to the place initially allocated to them.

4.4.- Admission letters and resolution on equivalence of foreign qualifications 

Students who have been admitted can download their admission letter to a master’s degree course from “My personal site”. Students who have gained admission through a qualification from outside the European Higher Education Area can also download the resolution acknowledging their right of access.

5. Waiting List Calls

The call of candidates from the waiting list is not made face-to-face. The Student Services staff will make the admission offers according to the number of places available after the Phase I enrolment period according to the order of the waiting list.

Interested persons will check the results individually, so it is necessary to be aware of the dates of the appeals: the awards of places to students who are on the waiting list will be made on 23 and 29 July.

If you are on the waiting list and are interested in obtaining a place, you must access the Universitat de València’s website and confirm your interest in continuing on the waiting list for each of the master degrees on which you are on the list, so that you can participate in the allocation of places in the following call for applications.

The deadline for confirmation of the 23 July appeal is 18 July until midnight.

The deadline for confirmation of the 29 July appeal is 25 July until midnight.

Note: If you do not make this confirmation, the program will automatically exclude you from the listings, and you will lose the option to be admitted to that master degree, and REMEMBER: you must confirm your wish to continue on waiting lists for each of the calls.

If you are assigned a place on the waiting list, you will have to enroll in the following established time periods:

Enrolment of 23 July appeal: 24 and 25 July

Enrolment of 29 July: 30 and 31 July

Before, we suggest you to check the information about enrolment.

If you are already enrolled, you will have to cancel the previous enrolment before the registration in the new place assigned by the waiting list.

If you have made a claim to the result of the pre-enrolment, you must consult the cut-off marks in the different appeals and check whether you would have obtained a place with your access note (since the result of the claim will not be reflected in the waiting lists), and if so, you will have to go, with the received resolution, to the Students Service in order to  re-activate your enrolment.

6. Cutt-off Marks

Cut-off marks are for purposes orientation only. They correspond to the last admitted students’ marks in the different allocations of places.

Cutt-off Marks (11 July)

Cutt-off Marks (23 July)

Cutt-off Marks (29 July)

Cutt-off Marks (24 September)

 

 

 

 

 

 
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