- Academic qualifications required for access. Students from abroad must submit a certified photocopy of the qualification translated into Spanish by a sworn translator.
- Personal academic certificates stating all courses taken and grades obtained. Students from abroad must submit these certificates translated into Spanish.
- CV (maximum three pages). An accredited certificate verifying qualifications must be submitted.
- Cover letter for taking the Masters (maximum two pages).
- The pre-registration period will be extended from June 3rd to June 28th, 2019, both inclusive.
On July 1st, 2019, the provisional list of admitted candidates will be published on our website. The excluded will have a six calendar days period (between July 2nd and July 7th) to submit any claim and/or correct mistakes in the documentation provided.
On July 8th 2019, once the claims period is closed the final list of admitted and excluded students will be publish, as well as the days and schedules chosen for the personal interviews. The Academic Committee of the Master will be contemplate the chance of do these interviews by videoconference or telephone. Interviews will take place between days July 16th and 19th 2019.
- Second term. Autumn 2019. September 10th to November 21st 2019
- Subsequently, the provisional list of eligible applicants will be published. Those excluded will have a period of three calendar days in which to submit claims and/or to correct errors in the documentation provided.
- Once the claim period has elapsed and within ten calendar days, the definitive list of students to be invited for interview or excluded from the course will be published, together with dates and times for the personal interviews. The Masters Academic Committee may consider conducting these interviews by videoconference or telephone.
- When this process has been completed, the final decision on students to be admitted will be communicated individually to the interested parties. If the number of successful candidates exceeds the places available, a waiting list will be drawn up in strict order of credit, in order to fill any vacancies that arise.
Academic record: 40 % of the final score.
CV: 30 % of the final score.
Interview: 30 % of the final score.
The Masters course will be open to:
- Those with higher-education qualifications in arts education, priority being given to Drama, Music and Dance.
- University graduates, or those with an equivalent official qualification issued by an institution of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that authorises access to the Masters degree in the country that issued said qualification.
- Qualified students outside the EHEA, after prior verification by the competent educational administration that they have achieved an equivalent educational level (the qualifications themselves do not need to be officially recognised). Access obtained in this way will in no case mean official recognition of the qualification held by the interested party, or serve for purposes other than taking the Masters degree.