Admittance to Official Master Studies at the University is limited to these applicants and regulations:
The Official Recognition of your Degree from the University of Salamanca (Equivalencia) does in no way imply the Official Recognition from the Ministry of Education (homologación del título en el Ministerio de Educación).
Students who hold an international degree from a university that does NOT belong to the European System of Higher Education, need to apply for the Official Recognition of their Degree at the University of Salamanca (Equivalencia), unless they already have the official recognition of their degree from the Spanish Ministry of Education (homologación del título en el Ministerio de Educación). The degree recognition forms must be submitted separately from the Master application forms. A student may be admitted to the Master program, but if the recognition has not been processed and approved, the student may not register for classes.
Degree recognition applications are accepted year-round. Please allow a minimum of two months for processing and approval. It is recommended to begin the application process early in order to meet all other corresponding application deadlines.
The degree recognition application should include the following documentation:
Non-legalized copies will not be accepted under any circumstances.
All documents require a certified and legalized translation into Spanish (except for those Italian students qualifying under the July 14, 1999 Spanish-Italian agreement [BOE November 18 2000]).
Incomplete documents or documents that do not fulfill the specified legalization requirements will not be accepted and will be returned to sender without processing.
Please submit all forms and documentation to: Sección de Estudios de Grado y Máster (Patio de Escuelas 1, 37008 Salamanca). All document submission must be sent via certified post, courier service, or in-person. No other forms of submission will be accepted (e-mail, fax etc.)
First Application Period: March 1- July 15
Students desiring to start the Master’s program should initiate the application process before the deadline of either application period even if they do not have all of the required documents.
Application Forms and Required Documentation:
After deadlines, please consult individual Centers and Faculties for admittance lists.
All applications should be sent to the department or school to which the student is applying.
Further information can be found on the individual Master program webpages. ADMISSION Apart from general application requirements, each academic committee associated with a Master’s program may also require additional admittance criteria pertaining to their program regulations.
Admission lists serve to indicate admittance to the official Master studies of the University, and does not imply, under any circumstance, changes in academic standing, previously awarded degrees or previous professional titles granted to those listed.
Students should review the specific criteria for each program on the individual Master’s webpage.
Partial tuition fees may be required.
Students admitted on July 17 should complete the online registration between July 21 and September 10.
Students admitted on September 15 should complete online registration between September 16 and 30.