Enrolment UB PERMANENT EDUCATION COURSES(academicyear2023-2024)



Enrolment for UB-specific master’s degrees and postgraduate courses is completed at the Secretary’s Office for Students and Teaching Staff of the coordinating faculty/university school. Students must submit the enrolment form and all accompanying documents, as indicated below.

Online enrolment is also offered for certain courses.

Full details on the coordinating faculty/university school, pre-enrolment and enrolment procedures and the possibility of enrolling online can be found in the individual course guides.


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Students must submit the following documents:

  • Completed enrolment form.
  • f DNI, passport or national identity document (EU countries only).
  • The degree / diploma certificate used for the purposes of admission or the corresponding provisional certificate.

Students in possession of university qualifications issued outside Spain that have not been officially recognized by the Spanish government must request express authorization from the rector of the UB. Consult the general requirements for admission to UB-specific master’s degrees and postgraduate courses with foreign degree qualifications.

The center or the direction of the education where you want to access may ask in its admission process, that the documentation provided be original, an authentic copy or a certified copy and/or that it be legalized. Likewise, you can ask for other complementary documentation such as the certificate of the subjects taken to obtain the degree.

Enrolment fee

The enrolment fee covers tuition and other services:

1.- Tuition fee

The tuition fees for UB-specific master’s degrees and postgraduate courses are set by the Board of Trustees. Fees are listed in the specific information for each course.

UB Alumni members receive a 10% discount on enrolment fees, up to a total value of €200 per enrolment per academic year. In order to enjoy this advantage you will have to register for the Master's fee when enrolling. For more information, check the web alumni.ub.edu (Fes-te soci), or contact Alumni at alumniub@ub.eduor at 934020979. .

2.-Specific services and learning support

The following services are covered:

  • Maintenance and on-going enhancement of the Virtual Campus.
  • Internet access and access to the UB Network on all campuses and at all UB sites (from workstations and via Wi-Fi).
  • Commercial and free learning software.
  • Teaching materials in electronic and digital format, including full-text articles.
  • Assignment of an institutional email account ub.edu and 1 Tb in OneDrive with free Office 365.

These services have a nominal cost of 10% of the of tuition fee. For courses with tuition fees greater than 700 euros, a maximum of 70 euros will be charged.

3.- Voluntary insurance policy

The University of Barcelona offers its students optional accident insurance.

Students who contact the COBERTIS policy will be covered in the event of any accident on university premises or on the premises of a company/institution/etc. at which they are carrying out a placement (provided that no professional relationship exists between the student and the company/institution/etc.).

The policy costs 5,50 euros per academic year and offers support for:

  • Medical assistance in the event of an accident.
  • Total permanent disability.
  • Partial permanent disability.
  • Death.
  • Other circumstances (class loss, parental death, etc.).
  • Foreign travel.

 For further information on the benefits of the policy, visit the Ferrer&Ojeda website.

Coverage can be arranged at the Secretary’s Office for Students and Teaching Staff upon completion of the enrolment procedure. Specific coverage may be required for certain courses.

Students who choose not to contract the policy at the time of enrolment may do so at a later date via the Ferrer&Ojeda website, which provides detailed information on the coverage provided and other policies available.

4.- The UB Solidarity Foundation

A voluntary contribution of €5 can be made at the time of enrolment.

The UB Solidarity Foundation was created in 1996 to pursue the University’s policy on development cooperation and to promote a concern for human rights and social action in the UB’s internal activities and its interaction with wider society.

More information can be found on the Foundation’s web page.


The enrolment fee must be paid in full at a collaborating bank, using the details provided on the payment slip provided by the course secretary.

The UB has collaboration agreements for student payments with Banco Santander, BBVA and CaixaBank.

The following payment options are available:

  • Payment in cash using an ATM at any branch of a collaborating bank (via CPR payment code or barcode).
  • Payment via e-banking:
    • Línia Oberta (CaixaBank): this portal also permits non-account holders to make credit/debit-card payments.
    • Banca Online (BBVA).
    • Supernet (Banco Santander).

Students must ensure that they retain copies of all payment receipts issued by collaborating banks or that such receipts can be obtained for the duration of the academic year.



Find out about the range of finance options with UB partners to spread the cost of the enrolment fee (in catalan).

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