Acceso y admisión
Academic Year 2021-2022
Phase I (From 22 March to 14 April, 2021)
Resolution with lists of the admitted & excluded students: 30 April, 2021 [e-TOUZ]
Admitted students may keep their place by paying €100, which will be discounted from their first registration fee payment, on 13 and 20 May. The offer of a place will detail how to make the payment to keep the place. Disabled applicants do not need to pay this amount to keep their offer of a place.
Should the payment not be made, the place cannot be guaranteed; thus, if the applicant is still interested, they must request the centre to reactivate their admission application so as to participate in the second admission phase.
Those applicants who have been admitted in the first phase and meet the academic requirements and paid to keep their place must register in July. Not doing so means losing the place offered and the registration fee they have paid. Should places have been kept in several master's programmes, once the applicant has registered for one of them, he/she can request the refunds of the remaining registration fee payments.
Those applicants who have been admitted in the first phase but do not meet the academic requirements in the July registration period and have paid to keep their place will lose their place but have the payment refunded. If there are places available in the third admission phase (September) and the applicant meets the academic requirements, they may request the centre to activate their application for the same master's programme.
Phase II (Approval of dates pending)
Once the second admission phase has concluded, each centre will publish a Resolution on the University website [e-TOUZ], which will include details of students admitted (meeting the access requirements), conditional admittances (i.e. offers not yet meeting the access requirements at the end of the second admission phase) and a list of students who have not been admitted (indicating the reasons for non-admission). The specific admission criteria for each programme will be taken into account.
Anyone who has not provided all the required documents to be studied and assessed by the Committee shall be among those not admitted. Should they fail to provide all the required documents within 5 working days starting on the day following publication of the list of those admitted and excluded, they shall ultimately be excluded.
Phase III (Approval of dates pending)
Once the third admission phase has concluded, the centre will publish a Resolution on the University website [e-TOUZ] which will include details of students admitted, conditional admittances (conditional on meeting the academic requirements at the end of the third registration phase) and a list of students who have not been admitted (indicating the reasons for non-admission).
Candidates asking for admission in phase I or phase II and who do not comply with all academic requirements can be admitted conditioned to compliance with those requirements by 31 December, 2021. In that case, candidates who do comply with all academic requirements will have preference in the assignment of places. Those candidates will register before 15 January, 2022.
If after the three phases of ordinary admission there are vacancies, it will be possible to apply for admission in this extraordinary phase for annual subjects or the first semester.In the case of subjects in the second semester, the authorization of the corresponding Quality Assurance Commission will be necessary and it will depend on whether the master is made up academically so that the student can join the second semester without having completed the first.