- ENROLMENT PROCEDURE
The first pre-registration period starts on February 15th and ends on April 15th. Even if you have not completed your undergraduate studies, it is important to pre-register for the master's degree as soon as possible, given that the number of places in the master's degree is limited. There are 25 places available (8-9 at the URV). Subsequent pre-registration phases open if there are vacancies. Pre-registration calendar
The Master's in Applied Chromatographic Techniques is primarily intended for students who have completed an official university degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences, Food Science and Technology, Environmental Engineering or Chemical Engineering.
Students who have completed an official degree at an international university must homologate their qualification in accordance with the stipulations of article 16.2 of RD1393/2007 and accredit their qualification by presenting their original certificate. Students from countries belonging to the European Higher Education Area must accredit their qualification by presenting their original certificate but do not need to homologate their qualification.
Students interested in applying for the Master's should pre-enrol at any of the three participating universities. Demand for places on this Master's degree (25 places available in each academic year) has been high in recent years. Each of the three participating universities usually accepts 8 or 9 students.
- Students are selected from those pre-registered according to the following criteria:
- Academic transcript: up to 75 points. The applicant's transcript will be evaluated in accordance with the regulations on the calculations of average grades for academic purposes (Royal Decree 1267/1994).
- Knowledge of English: up to 15 points.
- Other qualifications: up to 10 points.
- Demonstrable practical knowledge of analytical chemistry (previous work in analysis or R&D laboratories) and recognized experience in chromatographic and/or mass spectrometry techniques will also be evaluated positively.
- Applicants must accredit B1 level of English (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or its equivalent.