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FAQs' on the Master's Degree

  1. In which university can I apply for the admission (registration) to the Master’s Degree?
  2. Where can I be informed of the official application process (registration) to the Master’s Degree?
  3. Which documentation must I present together with my application for admission?
  4. How and when will I know the results respect my admission application to the Master’s Degree?
  5. Once I have been admitted to the Master’s Degree, where, how, and when should I formalise my enrolment?
  6. Is the Master’s Degree taught in all the organising universities?
  7. Can I choose the seat where studying the first course of the Master’s Degree?
  8. Can I choose the seat where studying the second course of the Master’s Degree?
  9. In which languages are the lessons taught? Of which languages should I have knowledge to not have difficulties in my studies?
  10. Accommodation
  11. Complaints

1. In which university can I apply for the admission (registration) to the Master’s Degree?

Interested people can apply for the admission in one or several of the four organising universities, of their choice. Of course, you can only enroll in a university among those who accept your application for admission.

It is the applicants’ responsibility to comply with the procedures and official terms of application (registration) established by the university they have choose.

2. Where can I be informed of the official application process (registration) to the Master’s Degree?

The details of the procedure and the official terms of the admission application to the Master’s Degree are available at the corresponding postgraduate services of the organising universities.

3. Which documentation must I present together with my application for admission?

First of all, when applying for the admission to the Master’s Degree (registration) the applicants should present all the official documentation required by the university they have chosen.

Additionally, candidates should send by mail the following Additional Documents specifically required for this Master’s Degree:

  • Academic record.
  • Curriculum vitae.
  • Brief letter explaining the reasons by which the student wants to study this Master’s Degree.
  • Two letters of recommendation of professors of the degree.
  • Proof of the English level.
  • Proof of payment (if appropriate).

These additional documents have useful information that is taken into account in the selection process of the candidates.

These additional documents should be sent to the corresponding postal address or email of one of the organising departments of the university they want to enrol.

4. How and when will I know the results respect my admission application to the Master’s Degree?

The university chosen by the students to present their admission application will be in charge of communicating and publishing the made decision respect to each received application. Each organising university has established a procedure and a communication period of the decision made. The procedures and periods respective to each university are available at the corresponding postgraduate services.

5. Once I have been admitted to the Master’s Degree, where, how, and when should I formalise my enrolment?

The students that have been accepted in the Master’s Degree will have to formalise their enrolment in the university they have chosen. For this reason, they have to meet the requirements and the demanded periods by the university, available at the corresponding postgraduate service.

6. Is the Master’s Degree taught in all the organising universities?

No, it is not. The seat where the lessons of the first academic year of the Master’s Degree is are taught rotates every year between Bilbao (UPV/EHU) and Valencia (UV, Tarongers Campus). The seat where the lessons of the second academic year is always Madrid (UCM, Somosaguas Campus).

7. Can I choose the seat where studying the first course of the Master’s Degree?

No, you cannot. All the students will compulsorily study the first academic year either at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) or at the Universitat de València, according to the year in which they start the Master’s Degree.

All the students that start the Master’s Degree in an academic year that starts in an even year (for example, the academic years 2008-2009, 2010-2011 and so on) will receive the classes in Bilbao, while the students that start the Master’s Degree in an academic year that starts in a odd year (academic years 2009-2010, 2011-2012...) will attend to classes in Valencia.

8. Can I choose the seat where studying the second course of the Master’s Degree?

No, you cannot. All the students of the Master’s Degree will study the subjects of the second academic year at the Complutense University of Madrid.

9. In which languages are the lessons taught? Of which languages should I have knowledge to not have difficulties in my studies?

Nowadays, most of the lessons are taught in Spanish. Nevertheless, the required bibliography is usually in English. Also, some courses and seminars given by foreign professors may be in English.

In other words, for a proper following of the Master’s Degree it is required an advanced level of Spanish (for foreign students) and an intermediate/advanced level of English (for all the students). The English level of the applicants is taken into account in the admission process.

 

 
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