Pre-registration and admission


The pre-inscription fee is 30,21€ (please note that due to a recent change in regulations, the pre-inscription fee is not applicable towards registration fees in case of acceptance)


1st period - from  March 25 to May 31

(Acceptances will be communicated by June 20th by email)

2nd period - from June 3 to July 5

(Acceptances will be communicated by July 19th by email)

To be accepted in the program students should have a degree in Psychology, Philosophy, Linguistics, Translation and Interpretation or Philologies. Exceptionaly, people having a different degree might be accepted. Students without an adequate background may be required to take up to 5 background courses (30 credits), in which case the program will have to be completed in 2 years.

For more information you can contact the Master CCiL administration at

In order to apply for the master program students must first complete the pre-registration form available online:

Click on PREREGISTER/REGISTER and scroll down to find the REGISTER FORM

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. Undergraduate students not yet having completed their degree at the time of application might be provisionally admitted, but they must have satisfactorily completed their degree for final enrollment (September-October 2018). 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 CCiL. It should also specify the branch (Psychology, Linguistics, Philosophy). N.B.: Selecting a branch different from the candidate's background studies might involve  taking additional background courses and completing the master program in two academic years.   


d) applicants who are not native speakers of English and whose undergraduate degree was not taught in English must submit evidence of their English language skills. This evidence can come in various forms, but should reliably indicate a minimum level of proficiency approximately equivalent to B2.2 (upper end of B2 in the Common European Frame of Reference).

We will, for example, accept the following test results or certificates as evidence:

IELTS: 6.5 (or at least no component below 6.0)
TOEFL: 550 (PBT), 99 (iBT)
University of Cambridge First Certificate in English


 by email to

Documents can also be scanned and uploaded when completing the online application form. 

Please note that this is for admission purposes only. If you are admitted and wish to enrol, you will need to present original documents.