There are no specific admission requirements to be met by students. To access this master's degree, students must have obtained an official Spanish university degree or a degree issued by a higher education institution of the EHEA that entitles them to access master’s degrees in the issuing country as per Article 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007.
The Master’s Admission Commission, constituted at the proposal of the management of the master and approved by the Master’s Board, will be responsible for establishing the maximum number of places on offer, in addition to the admission criteria, the admission profile and the student selection process.
To all effects, the Master’s Degree Admission Commission will be composed of the managers of the Master’s degree and the teacher responsible for each of the modules.
Regarding the selection process, if there are more applications than places, the academic and professional record of the student will be taken into account. A personal interview is also going to be held with candidates to assess other aspects such as willingness to learn based on reasoning and abstraction processes, individual reasoning and working capacity, ability to interpret results at an advanced level, professional skills or the aptitude to attain these skills, the ability to work in heterogeneous groups and the capacity to generate knowledge and resolve problems associated with this discipline.
Therefore, the selection criteria will consist of the following structure:
Preferential access to this master will be given to candidates with bachelor's degrees in Economics, Business Administration and Management, Accounting and Finance or other similar degrees in our area of knowledge. A minimum of 50% of the places will be reserved for these candidates. 20% of places will be reserved for foreign students (from the EHEA with a bachelor’s degree or students with a degree from foreign education systems outside the EHEA who can accredit a level of education equivalent to the corresponding Spanish degrees and that entitle them to access postgraduate studies in the issuing country). The rest of the places will be reserved first for students from other areas of knowledge related to human, economic, legal and social or humanistic sciences.
Degrees from their area, and other degrees from social sciences and humanities, according to their academic record and curriculum vitae, where the demand for places exceeds the established offer (25 students). For graduates and degree holders from other areas, the bridging courses acquired previously on other courses will be taken into account.
On an exceptional basis, and whenever the number of places available exceeds demand, the Master's Board may consider conditionally admitting students who do not fulfil the access requirements but who are expected to have fulfilled them by the start of the course.
- Academic record of the accredited official degree, weighted based on the average mark at the university of origin (60%)
- Complementary academic or professional training. Certifications or certificates of other complementary training in fields similar to the content of the master's degree (20%)
- Work experience in the areas of the master's degree providing a statement of proof from the company indicating the length of time worked and the tasks performed. Experience in the field of the research including stays in recognised research centres and publications related to the subject areas of the master's degree (10%)
- Justified application with letters of recommendation, as appropriate (5%)
- Interview with the director of the master's degree (5%)
Regarding the calendar, pre-enrolment, admission and enrolment for the Master's degree, you can go to the Academic and Student Administration Service, where you will find all the information relating to access: https://www.udg.edu/ca/estudia/acces/acces-a-masters?s=09