Applicants should have a general background in life sciences, health sciences or agricultural engineering, with specific training in the biology, ecology and physiology of aquatic organisms or systems of aquaculture production (technology and facilities). A basic knowledge of English is required.
In accordance with Article 16 of Royal Decree 1393/29 October 2007, students must hold one of the following qualifications to access university master's degree courses:
For admission to the master's degree Aquaculture, applicants should hold an official bachelor's degree, undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification in any area related to life sciences, environmental sciences, marine sciences, veterinary science or agricultural engineering.
The admission requirements list the qualifications needed for admission to this master's degree. Students with qualifications not listed above will require a favourable report from the Master's Degree Committee to gain admittance.
Students will need a level of English language competence equivalent to B2 in the European Common Framework of Reference for Languages.