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Master's Degree in Advanced Catalysis and Molecular Modelling

Access, admission and enrolment

The official degrees that give direct access to the master’s degree are the bachelor's degree and the pre-EHEA degree of Chemistry. Other students with related degrees, such as Pharmacy, Biochemistry or Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering or Materials Science, can access the master's degree provided that they can demonstrate a background in organic chemistry, thermodynamics and chemical kinetics equivalent to that provided by the compulsory subjects of the Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry.

On the other hand, given that the language used in the master's degree is English, it is necessary to have advanced level B2.1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe.

The Admission Committee will interview students who do not have a B2.1 level certificate or equivalent, in order to check that they will be able to follow the subjects taught on the master's degree without difficulty.

Exceptionally, and provided that the supply of places is greater than the demand, the Master's Council may consider conditional admission for students who do not meet the entry requirements but who are expected to meet them by the time the activities begin.

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