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Admission / Pre-enrolment


General information

Here you will find some general information about the admission to a UPC Master's degree program. Of course, Admission procedure must be done only one time at the beginning to be able to enter to the Master's Programme.

Admission periods


See the calendar.

Create a request

To be admitted to this Master, please go to the university Master’s degree admission page to create a request.

Status of your request

Graph of the different Admission Application Status:

Admission Status graph

The status of your admission request may be any of the following ones:

a) Processing: From the moment of request creation until student sends it. It means that the student is still filling her/his request, and it has not been sent it to validate
IMPORTANT: Until the student does not send the request to be validated, the admission request is neither formalized nor taken into account

b) Pending / Missed Deadline: Once the request has been sent to validate (i.e., it is a formal admission request) it enters in a pending state, waiting for administrative validations. In the case that the request has been sent to validate out of the admission period, it enters to the Missed Deadline (Out of requesting period) state.

c) Confirmed: The admission request has been verified concerning the degree access requirements and the necessary documents. It accomplishes the necessary requirements from an administrative point of view.

d) Accepted (Admitted) /  Rejected (Not admitted): The Master Academic Comission (CAIMIA) decides whether students are admitted or not. The admission request enters to Accepted or Rejected state accordingly.

e) Accepts / Doesn't Accept: The student must accept or not their entrance to the Master's program, according to the admission conditions, to end the admission procedure.


AFTER YOUR REQUEST HAS BEEN ADMITTED, VISIT THE REGISTRATION PAGE TO BE SURE THAT YOU HAVE ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION.

Process of admitted requests

Once your request has been admitted,
  1. The admission document determines the number of ECTS credits that must be passed in order to finalize the Master, thus indicating the expected ECTS that could be recognized for previous studies. If considered necessary, the CAIMIA might indicate requirements for complementary education.
  2. The CAIMIA assigns a tutor to each student.
  3. Students accept or reject the admission conditions.
  4. Tutors design an adequate itinerary for each of their students via interview or e-mail.