ADMISSION DEADLINES FOR MASTER'S DEGREES

First pre-registration period

From February 15, 2022
as of March 24, 2022

Second pre-registration period

From April 26, 2022
as of July 4, 2022

Third pre-registration period

From July 12, 2022
as of September 5, 2022

ADMISSION PROCESS

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Students with a previous degree obtained from a Spanish university

Students with a degree obtained in a Spanish university that authorizes access to Master's Degree courses must present the following documentation:

  • DNI, NIF, NIE or passport (on both sides).
  • Official university degree (on both sides) or European Diploma Supplement (SET) of the studies that give you access to Master's studies or receipt of having requested it.
  • Official Academic Certification or European Diploma Supplement (SET) issued by the Official Center of origin stating the subjects passed, credits/hours, the grades obtained, the average grade obtained and, if applicable, the date of issue of the degree. If the studies have been carried out at the Rey Juan Carlos University, it will suffice to attach a copy of the "Academic Progress" that can be downloaded through its Services Portal.
  • Curriculum vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed. Some Master's degrees require a specific Curriculum vitae model that will be found in the pre-registration application when selecting said Master's degree.
  • Specific documentation of the University Master to which you want to access (see website of the master's degree) and/or any other document required by the School of Official Master's Degrees or the Director of the master's degree.
  • Responsible declaration of veracity of the data provided in digital format. With this document, the responsibility for the veracity of the official title and the rest of the documents that have been uploaded to the application is assumed. In any case, the Official Master's School reserves the right to request the presentation of the original documents if it deems it appropriate.

Before making the pre-registration consult the document Self-registration instructions for university master's degrees.


Students with a previous degree obtained from a university in countries belonging to the European Higher Education Area

 

The countries belonging to European Higher Education Area are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Sweden and Switzerland.

Students with a previous degree obtained from a university in countries belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that authorizes access to Master's degrees in said countries, must present the following documentation (documentation in Spanish and in English):

Students with a previous degree obtained in a university of countries belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that authorizes in said countries for access to Master's degrees, they must present the following documentation (documentation in Spanish and English will be accepted):

  • DNI, NIF, NIE or passport (on both sides).
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  • Official university degree (on both sides) or European Diploma Supplement (SET) of the studies that give you access to Master's studies or receipt of having requested it.
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  • Official Academic Certification or European Diploma Supplement (SET) issued by the Official Center of origin stating the subjects passed, credits/hours, the grades obtained, the average grade obtained and, if applicable, the date of issue of the degree. In the event that the final average grade obtained is not stated in the official academic certification delivered, must submit the Equivalence of Average Grade of university academic records of studies carried out in foreign centers of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MEFP, see in the following link).
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  • Curriculum vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed. Some Master's degrees require a specific Curriculum vitae model that will be found in the pre-registration application when selecting said Master's degree.
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  • The students whose language is not Spanish, and want to take a Master's Degree taught in Spanish, they will need to justify their level of Spanish language both spoken and written, Therefore, they must provide, together with all the documentation required for admission, a Spanish Language Certificate B2 – DELE Intermediate or equivalent. If you do not have said certification, the Directorate of the Master may request that you pass a written and spoken level test.
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  • Specific documentation of the University Master to which you want to access (see website of the master's degree) and/or any other document required by the School of Official Master's Degrees or the Director of the master's degree.
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  • Responsible declaration of veracity of the data provided in digital format. With this document, the responsibility for the veracity of the official title and the rest of the documents that have been uploaded to the application is assumed. In any case, the Official Master's School reserves the right to request the presentation of the original documents if it deems it appropriate.
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    Before making the pre-registration consult the document Self-registration instructions for university master's degrees.

    Students with a degree obtained from a university in countries outside the European Higher Education Area

    The countries belonging to European Higher Education Area are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Sweden and Switzerland.

    Students with a previous degree obtained in a university from countries outside the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that authorizes in said countries for access to Master's degrees, they must present the following documentation (Documentation in Spanish and English will be accepted):

    • DNI, NIF, NIE or passport.
    • official university degree duly legalized that gives access to Master's Degree studies or proof of having requested it. You can request pre-registration without having finished your studies (conditional admission) incorporating a commitment to pass studies signed, having to regularize their situation before October 31, 2021. Otherwise, the registration will be cancelled.. For dual-grade students, review the document Self-registration instructions for university master's degrees. In the case of certain master's degrees, it is not possible to request pre-registration without having completed the previous studies (see website of the master's degree).
    • Official academic certification of the access degree duly legalized, stating the subjects passed, credits/hours, the grades obtained, the average grade obtained and, if applicable, the date of issue of the degree. Said document must be issued, stamped and signed by the academic authorities of the university of origin (DO NOT documents generated on web pages that lack academic validity will be accepted). In the event that the final average grade obtained does not appear in the official academic certification delivered, you must submit the Equivalence of Average Grade of university academic records of studies carried out in foreign centers of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MEFP, see in the following link).
    • Certificate certifying that the studies carried out give access to a Postgraduate Official in your country of origin, issued, stamped and signed by the University of origin.
    • Curriculum Vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed. Some Master's degrees require a specific Curriculum vitae model that will be found in the pre-registration application when selecting said Master's degree.
    • Curriculum vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed. Some Master's degrees require a specific Curriculum vitae model that will be found in the pre-registration application when selecting said Master's degree.
    • Specific documentation of the University Master to which you want to access (see website of the master's degree) and/or any other document required by the School of Official Master's Degrees or the Director of the master's degree.
    • Responsible declaration of veracity of the data provided in digital format. With this document, the responsibility for the veracity of the official title and the rest of the documents that have been uploaded to the application is assumed. In any case, the Official Master's School reserves the right to request the presentation of the original documents if it deems it appropriate.

    The delivery of documentation in Spanish and English is admitted. If the documentation is not in either of these two languages, you must present the document together with your Spanish translation. Both documents are necessary to verify the translation.

    Before making the pre-registration consult the document Self-registration instructions for university master's degrees.

    The student is responsible for the veracity and correctness of the data provided, exonerating the Rey Juan Carlos University from any responsibility and guaranteeing and being responsible for its accuracy, validity and authenticity.

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