- 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
- 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
Where to submit the documentation:
Secretary's Office for Students and Teaching Staff at the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Documents can be submitted in person or sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Coordination Committee will be responsible for the selection and admission of students, in accordance with the following criteria:
- Evaluation of the applicants curriculum vitae (75%):
- Academic transcript
- Suitability of previous studies
- International mobility
- Professional experience in the biotech sector or related areas
- Accredited English language skills above the minimum required to take the masters degree (B1) (10%)
- Statement of interest, outlining the candidates reasons for applying (10%)
- Personal interview, if necessary (5%)
Students who wish to take subjects in English must score the maximum number of points for their English language skills. This score is assigned automatically to candidates from English-speaking countries.
In the statement of interest, the committee will assess candidates career interests and whether their expectations are in line with the skills provided by the masters degree. The wording and objectives will also be evaluated, as these factors demonstrate the candidates level of maturity and reflect their previous training.
6 - 30 September