1. Calendar 
  2. Application form instructions
  3. Documents to be submitted 
  4. Resolution
  5. Waiting List Calls

NOTE: Any query or incidence on the procedure will have to be sent to postgrado@uv.es.

The mail incidenciasmaster@uv.es is reserved for:

1) changes in applications already made,

2) claim to evaluation.

Other kind of queries should not be sent to this mail.

 

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 2018-2019, according to the following calendar:

PHASE I CALENDAR - MASTER'S DEGREE PRE-ENROLMENT 2018-2019

Submission of pre-enrolment application forms From 15 January to 25 June 2018 at 2 p.m. (local time)
Deadline for submission of documents in electronic format 25 June 2 p.m

Evaluation of application forms

From 9 to 13 July
Publication and notification of selection results 23 July
Complaints about selection results (by e-mail to the address incidenciasmaster@uv.es 24 and 25 July
Amendment of academic requirements (by e-mail to the address incidenciasmaster@uv.es) From 24 to 31 July 12 p.m (local time)
Online enrolment of admitted students (subject to submission of paper documents, to 31 october at 2 p.m (local time)) From 26 to 31July

 

PHASE II CALENDAR - MASTER'S DEGREE PRE-ENROLMENT 2018-2019

Online enrolment of admitted students (subject to submission of paper documents to Student Services through the authorised registry offices)Deadline for submission of paper documents to Student Services through the authorised registry offices

Submission of pre-enrolment application forms

From 16 June 12 a.m to 3 September  2018 at 11:59 p.m. (local time)

Deadline for submission of documents in electronic format

3 September  11:59 p.m (local time)
Evaluation of applications From 7 to 11 September
Publication y notification of selection results 17 September
Complaints about selection results (by e-mail to the address incidenciasmaster@uv.es) 18 September
Amendment of academic requirements (by e-mail to the address incidenciasmaster@uv.es) From 18 to 21 September
Online enrolment of admitted students (subject to submission of paper documents,  to 31 october at 2 p.m (local time)) From 19 to 21 September
Waiting list call (publication+notification) 26 September

On-line enrolment of candidates from waiting list (subject to submission of paper documents, to 31 October at 2 p.m. (local time))

27 and 28 September

Deadline for submission of paper documents (university graduates + specific requirements)

31 October

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Candidates admitted in Phase I not enrolled between 26 and 31 July will lose their place.
  • Candidates on the waiting list in all their options will automatically participate in the allocation of places in Phase II. To reapply shall not be necessary.
  • Those who have obtained a place in Phase I in their second or third option, if it were the case, will be able to improve their situation regarding the allocation of places in Phase II, without any action on their part being necessary.
  • Those excluded in all their options in Phase I are allowed to participate in Phase II if they reapply choosing other masters.

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.

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

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 2017-2018 may pre-enrol even if they have not completed such studies at the time of submitting their application.

Students who to the end of registration date (31 July PHASE I, 21 or 28 September PHASE II) have yet to complete their final project (TFG) and/or their external internship and/or, if it were the case, the specific requirements of foreign languages in the chosen master’s degree may be admitted and pre-enrol conditionally.

Failure to prove the candidate condition as a degree holder and/or, if it were the case, the languages specific requirements before 31 October at 2 p.m. (local time) will imply that the registration will be automatically cancelled.

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 generated only once for all pre-registration applications. If the candidate re-enrolled in another academic course, providing at least the same foreign access studies that were the object of study, he/she would not pay the fee again. In the event that he/she has paid the equivalence fee of foreign degrees at another university, he/she will be exempt from paying it, provided that he/she requests the exemption, by means of an instance addressed to the Vice-Rectorate for Postgraduate Studies, to which he/she must attach proof of payment of the fee and Favorable Resolution of Equivalence indicating the foreign degree contributed for its study.

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 numeric 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 send an e-mail to the address incidenciasmaster@uv.es, and state your final choice of master’s degrees and your desired order of preference, before the deadline for submission of pre-enrolment applications for each phase.

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 entering a master’s degree course because you are applying for a scholarship, 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) Copy of DNI (Spanish citizens), NIE (residents in Spain) or PASSPORT (foreign citizens).

b) Copy of the official university degree certificate (except in the case that the certificate  was issued by the University of Valencia)

  • Holders of foreign qualifications previously recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education must also provide a copy of 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 (consult section “Admission requirements for foreign graduates”). Moreover, students who obtained a favourable resolution from the Rector of the University of Valencia for accessing postgraduate studies in previous academic years must include a copy of this resolution.

c) Copy of the official academic transcript (marks), including the average mark of the academic record. Students who have already completed official studies at the UV can attach their academic record and average mark downloaded from the Virtual Office of the Secretary. Foreign students must submit their official academic transcript (marks), legalised or apostilled and, where appropriate, officially translated (consult 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 in the following link: http://ir.uv.es/30OjEww.

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 with the Law 39/2015, issuing “certified copies” will not be necessary.

Exceptionally, when in doubt of the authenticity of the electronic documents issued, the comparison of the original the copies provided by the candidate will be requested in a motivated manner, for which it may be required to display the original document. The copies shall be compared at the Student Service of the University of Valencia, never at the registration units.

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 process calendar for the deadline dates for Phases I and II.

4. Resolution

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 an appeal addressed to the Academic Coordinating Committee of the master’s degree by sending an e-mail to incidenciasmaster@uv.es within the deadline set (24 and 25 July for Phase I and 18 September for Phase II). After this deadline, no appeals will be accepted.

4.2.- Notification and publication

The results of the pre-enrolment process will be notified to students on the University online office through “my personal site”. They will be informed at the e-mail address indicated on their pre-enrolment form.

Each applicant may only be admitted to one master’s degree course or pathway/specialisation, but may be included on the waiting list of several master’s degree programmes.

Additionally, and for information purposes, the lists of admitted and conditionally admitted candidates will be published, as well as the waiting lists at the Official Board of the University of Valencia. Lists of excluded applications will not be published.

In order to know whether you have been granted "conditional admission" or have been placed on the “conditional waiting list" and, therefore, you must amend your application before enrolment, please check the notification you should have received at “my personal site” (http://ir.uv.es/FJUi1XP). This information is not included in the lists.

4.3.- Amendment and/or enrolment

Those students who at the end of the self-registration term determined for each phase have not finished their TFG and/or the internship and/or, if it were the case, the specific language requirements, can enrol.

Their enrolment shall be conditioned upon the accreditation of their condition as degree holders and/or, where appropriate, accreditation of specific language requirements before 31 October (at 2:00 p.m. (local time)). After this date, without proper accreditation, registration will be automatically cancelled.

Phase I: Admitted students will be able to enrol during the established period (from 26 to 31 July). In the event that the pre-enrolment application to a master’s degree is “conditionally admitted” the candidate must prove his/her condition as a degree holder within the period established (from 24 to 31 July) by sending an e-mail to incidenciasmaster@uv.es and attaching the relevant supporting document.

Failure to amend the application by the deadline given will lead to the loss of the right to the place initially allocated, which will be offered in Phase II. Only those students who are admitted and those conditionally admitted who amend their application in time may enrol within the established period (from 26 to 31 July).

Candidates on the waiting list in all their options will automatically participate in the allocation of places in Phase II. To re-apply shall not be necessary.

Candidates on the waiting list in Phase I in their first and/or second option, if there are vacancies, may improve their situation in the allocation of places in Phase II, without any action for their part.

Candidates excluded in all their options in Phase I may participate in Phase II if they re-apply choosing other masters.

Phase II: Admitted students may enrol within the established period (from 19 to 21 September). In the event that the pre-enrolment application to a master’s degree is “conditionally admitted” the candidates must amend their academic requirements to participate within the period established (from 18 to 21 September) by sending an e-mail to incidenciasmaster@uv.es and attaching the relevant supporting document. If the deadline is not met, the candidate will lose the reserve right regarding the place initially allocated, which will be offered in the waiting list call to those students who have no amendments to make. Those admitted in the call may register on 27 and 28 September.

4.4.- Admission letters and equivalence study resolution 

Students who have been admitted can download their admission letter to a master’s degree course from “my personal site”, as well as the resolution acknowledging their right of access in the case of students who access through a qualification from outside the European Higher Education Area.

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 II enrolment period according to the order of the waiting list published.

The result of the waiting list call is notified to the students who are now admitted to a master’s degree and is published at the Official Board of the University of Valencia (on 26 September).

  • If you have been offered admission after being called from the waiting list, you should have received a notification at “my personal site” (http://ir.uv.es/FJUi1XP).

 

 

 

 

 
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