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Master in Tort Law

Double degree

Master's degrees have the following agreements

Master's degrees have dual bachelor's degree agreements with the Centro Universitario Curitiba of Brazil (Unicuritiba) and with the Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción of Chile.

What is a double degree programme?

A double degree programme is when two universities agree to collaborate to promote the exchange of their corresponding students, through periods of study abroad at the two universities, allowing them to complete their master's degree studies and obtain two official degrees as a result. If you are a master's degree student at the UdG and are interested in taking part in this programme, you will have to enrol and complete a period of study abroad at an international university (host university). Once the period of study abroad has been completed at the host university, the credits that you have obtained there will be recognised reciprocally by the universities pursuant to an established academic programme and agreed in advance, recognising the credits mutually. This option will allow you to obtain two official degrees. Reciprocally, international students studying double degree programmes will need to enrol and complete a period of study at the UdG. The credits obtained here will be recognised reciprocally at both universities as part of the same procedure mentioned above. Participating on a double degree programme involves previously being accepted on the two master's degrees and enrolment at both at universities.

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