A commission consisting of the master's degree coordinators.
Maximum number of students: 35.
If there are more applicants than places on the course, the Admissions Board will consider applicants on the basis of their curricula vitae.
Admission criteria and assessment of merits
Candidates need to have successfully completed all the credits required for the award of the llicenciatura degree or the EHEA bachelor's degree. With regard to specific study requirements for starting the master's degree course, candidates must either demonstrate that they already have a satisfactory level of knowledge or else successlly complete the course's train-up modules ('mòduls d'anivellament').
The master's degree in Philosophy and Classical Studies is designed for degree holders in the following subjects:
- Classics (Greek, Latin, or, in the long term, Semitic)
- Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature
- Fine Arts
- Others (especially degrees in the field of social sciences)
However, given that the course tutors are responsible for teaching the train-up modules, all applications will be individually assessed, and degree holders not included in the list above may be accepted, provided that candidates can demonstrate a basic knowledge of the subject areas covered in those modules.
Criteria for the recognition of previous studies
The Admissions Board will be able to recognize ECTS credits obtained for subjects studied at other UB centres that correspond to or are similar to the subjects on the master's degree course when these are accompanied by a report from the teacher responsible and when and where the application complies with UB criteria. The Board will also recognize university studies from outside the European Union, when and where European legislation so allows.