Pre-registration and admission
The master programme is currently in the process of being approved by AQU (the Catalan academic accreditation agency).
PRE-REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION
To be admitted to the programme students should have a first degree in philosophy. Nonetheless, the master programme is also open to graduates in other areas such as, for example, humanities, journalism, linguistics, philology, mathematics, physics, economics or psychology; the entry requirements for these students are individually different and will typically involve the requirement to complete background courses before embarking on the APhil master.
For questions on academic matters students interested in applying for the APhil master programme can contact the subco-ordinator Max Kölbel (email@example.com), who is responsible for admissions matters.
For administrative issues and other questions you can contact the APhil Master administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for the master program students must complete the pre-registration form available online:
From 28/02 to 20/09/2013
Degree in philosophy (those who have a degree, but not in philosophy may be admitted after completing background courses).
English language skills equivalent to at least B2 in the common European Framework of Reference. Together with the on-line forms, students must submit:
(a) an undergraduate transcript or list of courses completed for their degree (or degrees), with grades earned (specifying the maximum possible grade in each case), in either Catalan, Spanish or English. NB: for the final registration, an official Spanish or Catalan translation will be required, if the original certificate is not in English, Spanish or Catalan.
(b) a general CV in Catalan, Spanish or English
(c) a letter of interest, which should explain why the candidate wishes to study for the Master in Analytic Philosophy and indicate the candidate's level of knowledge of analytic philosophy. It should also specify the itinerary for which the candidate wishes to apply.
(d) applicants who are not native speakers of English and whose undergraduate degree was not taught in English must submit evidence for their English language skills. This evidence can come in various forms, but should reliably indicate a level of proficiency equivalent to at least:
CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages): B2
TOEFL: 600 (paper-based), 250 (computer-based), or 100 (internet-based).
SEND DOCUMENTS TO
By email to email@example.com.
Please note that this is for admissions purposes only. If you are admitted and take up your place, you will still need to present original documents to the faculty office in order to enroll in the course.
When making the application for admission to the master, the applicant is required to pay 30 Euros. This amount will not be returned, but in case a place is offered and taken up, it will be counted towards the registration fee then due.
When filling in the online application at the above address, after filling in your personal details, you will be asked whether you want to make the payment. If you accept, you will have the option of paying straight away with a credit or debit card, or making the payment in cash at one of the participating banks: Banco Sabadell, La Caixa or CatalunyaCaixa. Your application can only be accepted once you have not only sent us the relevant documents but have also paid the deposit or fee.
COMMUNICATION OF OUTCOME
A committee of representatives of the four universities is responsible for admission to the programme. Decisions on admissions are usually communicated to candidates within two weeks of their documents being received and the deposit being paid.