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

The documentation you have to present depends on where you have studied. Bear in mind the university can request further documents to better assess your academic and professional profile.

Once you have confirmed your pre-registration, you have to upload an electronic copy of the following documents through the online document manager.

You have until 10 days after the end of the pre-registration phase to upload your documents. If you do not upload your documents within this deadline, you will be excluded and you will have to repeat the pre-registration process and pay another pre-registration fee.

If you have studied at the Rovira i Virgili University:

You have to acces online document manager and upload the following documents:

If you have studied in a Spanish university:

You have to access online document manager and upload the following documents:

  • Valid Spanish identity card: if you have Spanish nacionality.

    Valid passport or identify document stating the foreigner’s identification number (NIE).

    If you are a foreign prospective student, you can complete the pre-registration phase with another valid identity document but you bear in mind that must present your passport or NIE before you can complete the full registration process and request your degree certificate.
  • Bachelor's degree that enables you to access the master's programme. If you do not have the certificate, you can peresent the receipt confirming that the issuance fee for the certificate have been paid.
    If you are finishing your studies and have still not obtained the certificate, you can upload your registration confirmation receipt for the current academic year to demonstrate which subjects you still have pending and the number of credits for each one. Please note that to register you must present your Bachelor’s degree or the receipt confirming that the issuance fee for the certificate have been paid.

  • Academic transcript or European Diploma Supplement* listing the subjects studied, grades and number of hours/credits for each of them as well as the GPA (Great Point Average) of the subjects.

  • Curriculum vitae
  • The specific documents required by each master’s degree. Check the description of the master’s degree to find out what the specific requirements are.

Once admitted on academic grounds, you will have to present originals or attested copies of the above-listed documents (except for CV) to the Campus Secretariat for Academic Management.

If you have studied at a foreign university:

You have to access online document manager and upload the following documents.

  • Valid Spanish identity card, if you have Spanish nationality.

    Valid passport or identity document stating the individual's Spanish foreign resident card number (NIE), if you have a foreign nationality.

    If you are a foreign prospective student, you can complete the pre-registration phase with another valid identity document; however, in order to complete the full registration process and ultimately to be able request your degree certificate at the end of your studies, you will be required to present your passport or Spanish foreign resident card.
     
  • Bachelor's degree that enables you to access the master's programme. If you do not have the certificate, you can peresent the receipt confirming that the issuance fee for the certificate have been paid.
    If you are in the process of completing your studies, but you still do not have your bachelor's degree certificate, you can upload a document from your university confirming that you will finish your studies and will obtain your degree certificate during the present academic year. You cannot complete your registration for the master's degree if you do not do this.
     
  • Academic transcript or European Diploma Supplement* listing the subjects studied, grades and number of hours/credits for each of them. It must also contain information about the grading system applied as well as the GPA.
     
  • Curriculum vitae
     
  • The specific documents required by each master's degree. Check the description of the master's degree to find out what the specific requirements are.

During the pre-enrolment process there is no need for the documents to be legalized or officially translated. Before you complete your enrolment, however, your documents must be legalized and translated, so you should consult the Requirements for foreign documents as soon as possible.

Once your application has received academic approval and you have been admitted you must present either the original versions and photocopies or attested photocopies of the previous documents (except your CV) to the Campus Secretariat for Academic Management.

In addition, documentation issued outside Spain must comply with certain translation and legalization requirements. Click here for more information on these requirements.