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Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Applicants to the Interuniversity Master's Degree in Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry must be motivated and interested in acquiring knowledge of programming, IT and computational packages for the study of chemical, physical and biochemical problems where the structure and properties of matter at the atomic or molecular scale are relevant.

The master's degree is primarily addressed to graduates in science or engineering with a good level of chemistry, physics and mathematics and a working knowledge of computers and IT. The programme is also open to professionals in related areas wishing to further their knowledge in the field of computational modelling. In all cases, candidates must have a good level of English.

Admission requirements

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:
  • An official Spanish degree.
  • A degree issued by a higher education institution within the European Higher Education Area framework that authorizes the holder to access university master's degree courses in the country of issue.
  • A qualification from outside the framework of the European Higher Education Area. In this case, the qualification should be recognized as equivalent to an official Spanish degree. If it is not recognized, the University of Barcelona shall verify that it corresponds to a level of education that is equivalent to official Spanish degrees and that it authorizes the holder to access university master's degree courses in the country of issue. Admission shall not, in any case, imply that prior qualifications have been recognized as equivalent to a Spanish master's degree and does not confer recognition for any purposes other than that of admission to the master's degree course.

Specific requirements

The Interuniversity Master's Degree in Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry is directly accessible to holders of a bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Materials Engineering or Biochemistry, or their equivalents. Candidates holding other national or foreign qualifications other than those mentioned above who also have the appropriate skills to take advantage of the training offered in the programme may also be granted access. Where it is deemed necessary by the Coordination Committee for the master's degree, candidates of the latter profile must complete additional training to make up for any gaps in their prior training. This additional training may involve up to 30 credits of core subjects from the UB Bachelor's Degrees in Chemistry and Physics.
In all cases, students must be able to demonstrate a minimum knowledge of English equivalent to level B1 of the Common European Framework.
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