Request for admission
To be admitted to a Master's course requires being a graduate, diploma holder or licensed engineer or architect, in compliance with article 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, amended by RD 861/2010, of 2 July 2010, or within the field of knowledge in question, and having passed the entrance exam referred to in article 17 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, notwithstanding the other entrance mechanisms provided for under current legislation or which may be established in subsequent regulations governing access to Master's degree teaching content.
For further information about the admission process, please contact:
+34 935 042 000
Any candidate wishing to secure a place on the programme must submit the following documentation:
- Application form, common to all programmes, duly completed
- A personal mission statement written by the applicants themselves describing their personal motivation and the professional and academic objectives leading them to apply for a place on the course
- An official academic record of university studies completed if coming from another university
- Curriculum vitae of the applicant
- A certified copy of the academic qualifications of the applicant
Entrance exams consist of a weighted assessment of candidates' professional and research records, their level of English and a personal interview with one of the members of the Master's Academic Committee.
Professional practice and experience will be evaluated as well as knowledge of English (level equivalent to B1). If no certification is available, students will have their level tested through the languages service of the university.
Once the admission process is completed, the Information and Admissions Service, which is responsible for managing exams, will advise each candidate of their results.
Means of entry
All candidates who comply with the means of entry and general requirements can apply for admission to the qualification. Degrees that give access to a Master's course are: Nursing, physiotherapy, medicine, psychology, occupational therapy, speech therapy and other degrees relating to health sciences. The recommended profile for the entrant is a healthcare professional who carries out research in hospitals, primary care centres, institutes and research centres, etc., or healthcare professionals and nurses who wish to gain a doctorate and follow an academic career and who display the following attributes:
- Team player
- Interpersonal communication
- Ability to adapt to change
- Organisation and planning
- Creativity and innovation
- Motivated to achieve quality
- Discipline, memory and dedication
- Critical spirit, methodical, ordered and systematic
- Tolerant, responsible, respectful and ethical attitude
- Adept at decision-making