- Objectives and competences
- Admission and pre-enrolment
- Course curriculum
- Teaching methodology and assessment system
- Career opportunities
- Support for studying
- Calendar, timetables, classrooms and assessment
- Course plans and teaching staff
- Course details
- 6 April - 10 September 2021.
- Pre-enrolment fee: A pre-enrolment fee of 30,21 euros is charged. Students who apply to more than one master's degree must pay the fee for each pre-enrolment request. Pre-enrolment requests cannot be processed until this fee has been paid.Fees will only be refunded if the master's degree in question is suspended.
- Reserved places: A maximum of 5% of the new places of the master's degree are reserved for students who meet the general and specific access requirements and accredit the recognition of a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.
- Pre-enrolment application.
- Photocopy of degree certificate or equivalent qualification. In case of admission, foreign degrees that require so should be translated and authenticated through diplomatic channels before completing the enrolment.
- Other specific documentation related to the selection criteria
The Master's Degree Committee applies the following general admission and selection criteria:
- Candidates must hold an official degree in a preferred subject for access to the master's degree. Credit will be given for previous studies specifically linked to the areas of work of a chemical engineer and for professional experience in the field of chemical engineering (60%).
- Candidates should have competences related to the languages of instruction: a basic level of English language proficiency, equivalent to B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (20%).
- Candidates should have a strong academic record (10%).
- Candidates should demonstrate a positive attitude and motivation (through the statement of interest and, in some cases, a personal interview) (10%).
The Master's Degree Committee is the body responsible for all decisions relating to student admissions. It consists of a coordinator, a representative of the teaching staff from departments responsible for at least 20% of the tuition, a student representative, and the head of the Secretary's Office for Students and Teaching Staff, who serves as the secretary.
See the information in Enrolment.