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14 February 2017
Find out about bachelor's degrees, postgraduate courses and all the educational courses offered by the UdG.
Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
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 teaches the degree in the issuing country to access master's degrees, as per Article 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007.
Students must demonstrate a level of English of B2.1 or equivalent. An accreditation certificate will be required if this does not feature in the academic record. The ways that you can demonstrate your level of English can be consulted at this link. If in doubt, send your certificate to or raise your query with email@example.com.
The academic records of students who have a degree or pre-EHEA degree or engineering degree in Environmental Sciences, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physis, Geology, Economy, Sociology, Industrial Engineering or Agricultural and Forest Engineering will be assessed, as well as the education acquired as part of other science, technical or social science degrees, which may involve students taking a bridging course. Preference will be given to students who are able to demonstrate the strongest academic record and the following criteria will also be considered: that they have their own funding (scholarship) within the framework of a research group at the University of Girona; that they demonstrate a knowledge of languages (in particular, proficiency in the English language to be able to follow the course, that may be partially imparted in English); and, finally, other merits such as previous research experience or professional placements in the field of the environment. Consideration will also be given to a candidate’s ultimate objective being the presentation of a doctoral thesis at the University of Girona.
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