Academic Year 2021-2022
Admission documents required for each master's application:
For the Máster Universitario en Profesorado de ESO, Bachillerato, FP y Enseñanzas de Idiomas, Artísticas y Deportivas, please use this form
- Photocopy of ID card or Passport
- Both the original and a photocopy of your certification of the university qualification, or authentic electronic copy (only for students from other universities)
- Both the original and a photocopy of your certification of the official academic certificate of courses completed, or authentic electronic copy (only for students from other universities).
- Students who hold an official qualification issued by an EHES institution who have the European Diploma Supplement (EDS) must include the original and a copy of this document for verification, instead of the documents detailed in sections b) and c), or an authentic electronic copy.
- Students who are studying Degree courses within the Spanish University System (SUS) and international students who are in the process of finishing their studies, who do not meet the access requirements on the application dates for Phase I, Phase II and Phase III may request conditional admission. This is based on the enrollment (in all the 2020-2021 academic year's credits) necessary to complete their Degree course and on being able to demonstrate that they meet the academic requirements on the day they register. This certificate should include the average mark.
- An updated curriculum vitae (except for the Máster en Profesorado en Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanzas de Idiomas, Artísticas y Deportivas).
- Students accessing with a certified qualification must bring the official recognition document.
Documents issued by European Union member states or signatories of the Agreement on the European Economic Area do not need to be legalised.
On the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union after BREXIT, and according to the information published by the Ministry of Universities on its website: Impact of Brexit in the scope of the Ministry of Universities, also contrasted with that provided by the Delegation of theGovernment in Aragon, it is reported that as of June 30th, 2021, British documents must follow the same procedure that applies to Third States that are not Members of the European Union: they must carry the Hague Apostille or, infailing that, be legalized through diplomatic channels.
Aside from the aforementioned documents, the following is required:
- Students whose previous studies were not in the SUS and whose qualifications system is distinct from the Spanish one must provide the "Statement of Equivalence of the mean mark for university courses undertaken in international centres". This requires completing the statement of equivalence of the mean mark form which is available from the Ministry of Education at the following address (included therein are the necessary instructions to complete said form):
Please send any query about this process to the address given in: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions Ministry of Education
- The specific documents for each University master's, in addition to certification of language competence requirements (please check in each university centre: in www.unizar.es ->university centres or in http://estudios.unizar.es/)
- Students accessing the university through the disability quota must present a qualification certificate and recognition of the degree of disability issued by the relevant organisation in each Autonomous Region or other organisation competent in this matter. This shall take Legislative Royal Decree 1/2013, dated 29 November, which passed the Recast Text of the General Act on the rights of disabled persons and their social inclusion, into account as the binding legal framework for certification of disability.
For students with permanent special educational needs associated with disability, their needs will be certified through a report issued by the administrative unit or disability service office at the university where the student has completed their degree (or master's, where applicable), and should include the details of the resources and aid required to fully participate in the university’s academic life.