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Master's Degree in Advanced Catalysis and Molecular Modelling

Joint degrees

What is a double degree programme?

A dual degree programme is possible when two universities agree to collaborate to promote the exchange of students, through academic stays on both sides that allow the student to complete the two master's degrees and thus obtain two independent degrees.

Once the stay at the host university has been completed, the credits that the student has passed will be reciprocally recognised by both universities, according to a previously established and agreed academic agreement that includes the mutual recognition of credits. Similarly, credits that a student has passed at his/her home university can also be recognised by the University of Girona. This allows the student to obtain the two master's degrees independently, if they meet all the requirements.

Participation in a dual degree programme requires the student's acceptance and enrolment for both master's degrees, each at their respective university. Therefore, if you are an international student of a master's degree with an established dual degree agreement with MACMoM and you are interested in obtaining the double degree, you will have to register at MACMoM and carry out an academic stay at the University of Girona.

MACMoM currently has agreements in place with the following master's degrees:

If you are a coordinator of a master's programme and you are interested in establishing a dual degree programme, please contact the coordinator of the master's programme (

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