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Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Pre-enrolment calendar

20 April - 7 September 2020.

Notes:
  • 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%.

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Selection criteria

The selection of students is made by the Coordination Committee for the master's degree, based on each applicant's curriculum (CV), with the possibility of a personal interview. In evaluating CVs, merit is awarded as follows:
  • Academic record related to core subjects (mathematics, physics and chemistry) and computers (75%).
  • Knowledge of European languages with official certification (other than B1 English) (15%).
  • Level of interest in the master's degree, assessed by interview with the Coordination Committee or a letter of intent stating the motivation for choosing this master's programme (10%).

Notification

Admissions and selection of students is managed by the Coordination Committee, which is responsible for evaluating each of the applications received.
The Committee will draw up a list of pre-selected candidates if:

  • the number of applicants who, in the opinion of the Committee, would be able to take full advantage of the master's degree exceeds the number of places available, and the best must be selected;
  • the academic record of an applicant indicates a level of knowledge that may not be sufficient, in which case the Committee may cite students for a personal interview. Where gaps are detected in the basic knowledge of an applicant, he or she may be required to complete additional training of up to 30 ECTS credits to ensure sufficient knowledge to properly follow the master's programme.


The Committee will issue its resolution on applications, with applicants being notified individually by email.

Applicants shall have five days to file a claim or request for review, which should be directed to the email address for the master's degree (master-mc@ub.edu).
Candidates that have been granted admission and received notification by email, who wish to reserve a place in the course, must confirm their intention to enrol in the Interuniversity Master's Degree in Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry by e-mail to the following address: master-mc@ub.edu.

Enrolment

See the information in Enrolment.

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