Enrolment

*Access with an official Spanish university qualification:

Applications for a place on a University Master are accepted from anybody who has an official university degree or diploma, or a higher education qualification as an engineer, architect, technical engineer or technical architect.

*Access with an official university qualification from the European Higher Education Area (EHEA):

Applications for a place on a University Master are accepted from anybody who has an official university qualification issued from a higher education institution within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that qualifies them for access to university Master programmes. In order to apply to Master’s Degree in Integrated Care Management in Chronicity it is compulsory to homologate the diploma previous to the enrolment.

*Access with an official university qualification from outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA): Applications for a place on a University Master are accepted from anybody who has an official university qualification issued from a higher education institution outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that qualifies them for access to university Master programmes. In order to apply to Master’s Degree in Integrated Care Management in Chronicity it is compulsory to homologate the diploma previous to the enrolment.

The acceptance in a master's degree does not imply, in any case, approval of the prior diploma, or its recognition for purposes different than that of the master’s program.

Opening date: 3/12/2019

Requests for admission will be evaluated according to the schedule of rounds of admission below:

Round

Admission Application Deadline

Admission Resolution Deadline

Reservation date for places

1

16/12/2019

20/12/2019

until 27/12/2019

2

13/01/2020

24/01/2020

until 31/01/2020

3

03/02/2020

14/02/2020

until 21/02/2020

      4

02/03/2020

13/03/2020 until 20/03/2020
      5 16/03/2020 23/03/2020 until 03/04/2020
6 14/04/2020 24/04/2020 until 01/05/2020
7 04/05/2020 15/05/2020 until 22/05/2020
8 25/05/2020 12/06/2020 until 19/06/2020
9 22/06/2020 03/07/2020 until 17/07/2020
10 06/07/2020 17/07/2020 until 24/07/2020
11 13/07/2020 24/07/2020 until 29/07/2020
12 07/09/2020 14/09/2020 until 18/09/2020

 

Applications received after a round, will move to the next. The rounds of admission are subject to the availability of places.

 

SUMMARY OF THE STEPS TO FOLLOW:

Register

Are you a new student? Are you already a Tecnocampus student?
 
If you have never been a TecnoCampus student or have not previously accessed the program, REGISTER NOW in order to get the university identification number (UIN) and the password to be able to access the pre-enrolment program.

To access the application, you need your university identification number (UIN) and password with which you usually access TecnoCampus as a student. If you do not remember these details, you can ask to be sent them again from the helpdesk

If you have already registered or are a Tecnocampus student, start the pre-enrolment process directly.

Enter the application program

  1. Check that you have all the necessary document before accessing the online program.
  2. Select personal and academic details in the different sections of the application. (max. 2 MB).
  3. Scan the personal and academic documents required and attach them to your application. The documents must be attached in PDF, JPG or Word format  (max 2 MB)
  4. If you would like, you can download a receipt verifying your admission application.

Once your application has been received, you start the selection process.  You will be informed of the Admission Board’s decision by e-mail in line with the established calendar. 
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Factors to bear in mind if you are an international student:
 
  • To facilitate the whole admission process, visa application and other practical aspects related to your arrival and time here, we advise you to complete the pre-enrolment process as soon as possible.
  • Remember that, when you enrol, you will have to present the original copies of all the documentation you have submitted.
  • To apply for admission, you do not need to have an authenticated copy of your qualification until you enrol.

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Documentation for admission

It is mandatory to scan and submit the following documentation attached to your application. The documentation required to complete pre-enrolment process is:

  1. Curriculum vitae: maximum 2 pages in Word, PDF or similar format. A4 or letter format
  2. Expectations letter: explanation of the motivation for taking this Master (maximum 1 page in Word, PDF or similar format.  A4 or letter format).
  3. Photocopy of National Identity Card or Passport
  4. Photocopy of your qualification or proof of qualification: If you have not yet obtained the qualification because you are currently finishing the course, you should indicate this in the Previous Studies Status section, selecting the Pending Completion option.
  5. Photocopy of your academic certificate: Academic report of your studies with a breakdown of the courses taken, ECTS (or hours), the times taken, grades by subject and overall grade.
  6. Accreditation of level of English: Optional requirement.
The pre-enrolment documentation must be attached when completing the pre-enrolment online or in person. However, the original documentation listed below must be presented to complete the enrolment officially.
 
To guarantee your place, it is essential that you pay the reservation fee of €600. This amount will only be refunded in the event of the cancellation or postponement of the course.
 
If you pay the reservation fee (€600) by 30 July, you will qualify for a 5% discount on the enrolment fee (excluding taxes).
13/07/2020
13/07/2020
 
In the selection procedure (5 points maximum), candidates will be subject to the following valuation criteria:
 
  • Cover letter (up to 1.5 points). Maximum score will respond to a candidate with a clear personal and professional interest in research applied to chronic diseases and with the intention of undertaking a doctoral dissertation in this field of health.
  • University transcript (up to 1 point) of the accredited official training with the grade point average in the university of origin.
  • Curriculum vitae (up to 1 point). The professional career of the candidate and his/her professional experience in the field of aging and chronic diseases will be valued.
  • Personal interview (up to 1 point). The personal interview will allow to clarify or to shape key aspects of the curriculum and discriminate students with similar academic transcripts.
  • Accredited level of English B2 (up to 0.5 points). Optional requeriment. 

Submit the original documentation

Your definitive admission to the Master is subject to the verification of the documentation that you have submitted. Therefore, you must present the original documentation (or authenticated photocopies) of the copies that you submitted for pre-enrolment. If you do not present the originals, you will not be able to enrol.

Prior to enrolment, find out whether you need to do a tutorial with the Director of the Master.

The Department of Academic Management will notify you of the location, dates and timetables for submitting the documentation required to finalize your enrolment. If you have any doubts, contact us at formaciopermanentga@tecnocampus.cat

Documentation required for enrolment:

  1. University qualification or proof of qualification: original and photocopy (or duly authenticated photocopy). This must be submitted before finalizing the enrolment in July or September, directly at the Department of Academic Management (Master Admissions).
  2. Academic report: original and photocopy (or duly authenticated photocopy).
  3. National Identity Card (DNI), Foreign Resident Card (NIE) or Passport: original (or duly authenticated photocopy).
  4. Grants: if you are the beneficiary of any type of enrolment grant, you must submit the original and a photocopy of the accrediting document.
  5. If the university of origin is outside Spain, the university must provide certification accrediting that the candidate’s qualification entitles them to access postgraduate studies in their country of origin.
  6. Photograph: passport-size photograph in paper or digital format (JPG or similar).
  7. Accreditation of knowledge of English
  8. Form Personal data
  9. Assignment Agreement Image rights
  10. Internet Regulation
  11. Document of authenticity
 
Extremely important: Information on qualifications and academic certificate not issued by a European Union Member State.
 
If your qualification and academic certificate are not issued by a European Union Member State (or Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland), you will need to complete the procedure required to legalize both documents (The Hague Apostille). This process must be completed in the country that issued the qualification before leaving the country, as it is not possible to do so in Barcelona. You can find our more information via the following link.
 
It is extremely important to remember that qualifications and academic certificates that are not written in Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese or English must be translated into Catalan or Spanish by an official translator.

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