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How long are master's degree programmes?

Master's programmes have a minimum length of 60 ECTS credits and a maximum of 120, equivalent to one and two academic years, respectively.

What is an ECTS credit?

It is the unit value of university courses in the European Higher Education Area. At the URV each credit is equivalent to 25 hours of student work.

What does the master’s degree price includes?

The price includes the total credits of the master's degree and the administrative fees, full time.

If you are required to do any Bridging Courses, remember that they count as extra credits, on top of the 60 ECTS, and should therefore be added to the total cost of the enrolment.

Consult the exact cost of each type of ECTS and the economic items which are included in the enrolment.

When do classes start?

The academic year starts every October although some master's degrees start in September.

What should I do to study a master's degree at the URV?

Check the procedure you should follow at the link registration step by step

Do I have to pay to pre-register?

You have to pay 30,21 € by credit card. Follow the instructions that appear on screen while you pre-register. If you want to pre-register in more than one programme you have to pay 30,21 € for each one. These fees are not refundable.

What documents should I submit for the admission?

Depending on the country where you were awarded your bachelor's degree you should submit some documents or others.
Find out what you have to submit at the documentation

Do I have to have my bachelor's degree officially recognised?

No.
It must be officially recognised only when it is issued by a non-European university. Check documentation requirements.

Do I have to send the original documents?

The documents have to be emailed to the Campus Secretariat for Academic Management.
Once the documents have been revised and found to be correct you will receive an email telling you where you have to send the original documents to complete the registration.

How do I know if I have been admitted?

Your application and documentation will be reviewed to determine whether you should be admitted to the master's programme, and the Academic Comission will assess the admission within 30 days, depending of the master’s degree.

You will receive an email informing you if you have been admitted or excluded. In your document manager you can check your admission status. For more information, visit here.

I need an admission letter, how can I have it?

If you are admitted on academic grounds, admitted on academic grounds with Bridging Courses, admitted pending presentation of original, admitted with Bridging Courses and pending presentation of original, admitted pending documentation, admitted pending accreditation of qualification or in waiting list; or if you are a foreign prospective student, you will be able to download the admission letter from your online document manager. If you have any question, please contact with your Campus Secretariat for Academic Management.

How can I obtain a student Visa to study in Spain?

Guide to obtain the student Visa.

When can I register?

Once you have been admitted by the master's academic committee, consult the registration schedule.

How do I register?

At online registration link

How do I pay the tuition fees?

Check at Methods of paying the registration fees

When do I have to pay the tuition fees?

Check at Methods of paying the registration fees

Can I pay in instalments?

Check at Methods of paying the registration fees

What grants can I apply for?

Check the grants and prices website

I am an International student, who may I ask if I have questions about foreign students procedures?

You can contact our International Center(ELIMINAR). They will help you in any issue you may have.