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How to enrol in a master's degree step by step

Your application and documentation will be reviewed to determine whether you should be admitted to the master's programme.

You will receive and email informing you as to whether you have been admitted or excluded:

If you have been admitted, you will receive information about the documentation you need to submit. If you have already submitted all the required documentation, you will instead receive information on the registration process.

If you have been excluded you will be informed of the reason for your exclusion.

In addition, you can also check your admission status via this link: status of application for admission to official master's degrees

You status will be one of the following:

  • Confirmed
  • Documentation accepted
  • Admitted on academic grounds
  • Admitted on academic grounds but with bridging course requirement
  • Access to registration process
  • Access to registration process with bridging courses
  • Admitted pending accreditation of qualification
  • Admitted pending documentation
  • Conditional access to registration process
  • Waiting list
  • Excluded
  • Confirmed: You have correctly completed the pre-registration process. If you have not done so already, the next step is to upload your access documentation to your online document manager.  You have until 10 days after the end of the corresponding pre-registration process to upload your documents. You can consult the calendar here
  • Documentation accepted: You have uploaded the minimum documentation required by the coordinators / academic committee to evaluate your application.

  • Admitted on academic grounds: The coordinator / academic committee of the master's programme has given a favourable assessment of your application and admitted you to the master's course. You now have a place on the master's course. You will soon receive an email confirming this decision and telling you what you need to do next.
  • Admitted on academic grounds but with bridging course requirement: The coordinator / academic committee of the master's programme has given a favourable assessment of your application and admitted you to the master's course. You now have a place on the master's course. On the basis of your previous qualifications, the coordinator / academic committee has decided that you must study certain subjects as bridging courses to ensure that you can successfully complete the master's course. You will soon receive an email confirming this decision and telling you what you need to do next.
  • Admitted pending accreditation of qualification: The coordinator / academic committee of the master's programme has given a favourable assessment of your application and admitted you to the master's course. You now have a place on the master's course. Once you have presented the certificate for qualification or the receipt demonstrating that you have paid for the issuance of the certificate, you will be able to register. You will receive an email confirming this decision and telling you what you need to do next.
  • Access to registration process: You have received the academic approval required for admission and you have presented valid versions of all the required documentation. You must now register during the specified registration period. Consult the calendar here. You will receive an email telling you how to complete the online registration process.
  • Access to registration process with bridging courses: You have received the academic approval required for admission and you have presented valid versions of all the required documentation. Given that you have to take certain subjects as bridging courses, we recommend that you contact the master's coordinators before you complete the registration process within the specified period. Consult the calendar here. You will receive an email telling you how to complete the online registration process
  • Admitted pending documentation: You have received the academic approval required for admission to the master's but you still need to provide some documents to support your application. Once you have presented these documents, you can register.
  • Conditional access to registration process: You have been admitted onto the master's course on academic grounds and you can register even though you have not presented all the required access documentation.
  • Waiting list:The coordinator / academic committee of the master's programme has given a favourable assessment of your application and has provisionally admitted you onto the course. You have also presented all of the required documentation. However, at present there are no places available on the master's course.
    If a place becomes available, you will receive an email telling you how to complete the registration process.
  • Excluded: The coordinator / academic committee of the master's programme has assessed your application and has decided not to admit you onto the course. You will receive an email telling you why you have not been admitted and how you can appeal against this decision if you do not agree with it.If you continue to be interested in this master's course or any other master's course, you must repeat the pre-registration process during the specified period and pay the corresponding fee.