During this initial stage before the complete integration of the new
plan of degree studies, the official admissions requirement is a
bachelor’s degree qualification. Enrolment in the master’s program will
also be possible for those students who have successfully completed the
mandatory credits in bachelor’s degree studies in those degrees
specified by the Master Committee. Special consideration will be given
to students with graduate studies in languages with the focus on
Classical Philology, Hebrew Philology and Linguistics, Ancient History
and Archaeology, and Philosophy and Theology.
Depending on their academic profile, applicants may be required to study train-up credits.
The applicant whose academic profile does not meet the requirements
specified above will be considered on the basis of the following
criteria: the relevance of his or her academic and professional
curriculum to the program objectives and the applicant’s previously
completed studies and the qualifications obtained for these; the
applicant’s language skill in those languages to be studied in the
program; other criteria which will vary according to the circumstances
of individual applicants.
The Master Committee may require the applicant to complete an admissions
test to evaluate his or her previous studies in different subject
Before beginning the program, the applicant must accredit a level of
language skill in the different languages to be studied in the program.
Applicants whose language skills are insufficient in any of the
languages to be studied in the program will be able to study the
program’s following train-up credits:
- the two course units Introduction to Classical Greek I and Introduction to Classical Greek II, for 5 ECTS credits each;
- the two course units Introduction to Classical Latin I and Introduction to Classical Latin II, for 5 ECTS credits each;
- the two course units Hebrew I and Religions of the Ancient East,
for 5 ECTS credits each (Semitic languages and the Anatolian languages
of the Indo-European language family)
The Master Committee will determine the number of train-up credits that
each applicant should study in order to reach an acceptable level of
language skill in the languages above, and shall also decide whether he
or she should course any further studies before beginning the program.
The Master Committee is formed by the lecturers Ernest Marcos Hierro, Jordi Avilés Zapater, Xavier Riu Camps, Ana Bejarano Escanilla, Adelina Milet Albà and Ignasi-Xavier Adiego Lajara.