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The Master in Creative Economy of the Rey Juan Carlos University, positioned as the first master's degree in Spain and one of the first worldwide in this new discipline, was born in 2011 with a clear orientation towards the business and labor world, in a of economic, social and cultural crisis, within the framework of a new Creative Economy as a strategy for sustainable territorial urban development.
Today, the interest of this master's degree is even greater and more pertinent as it addresses the new cultural management, creative entrepreneurship, innovation processes and the new leadership models of the creative industries, within the framework of the new urban dynamics and territorial that suppose an irreversible change of paradigms before the New Normality of COVID-19, assuming the training challenges with this ONLINE version.
From the beginning, the master's degree has been developing an innovative educational model that combines training, research and empirical implementation in a network, with a methodology open to society and by projects. It is based on three fundamental pillars for sustainable development: - Creative Entrepreneurship, a change in the Leadership model, as well as a new concept of Creative City / Creative Territory,
The master addresses the new scenario of the Creative Economy, in the face of these new challenges that mark the future of our young people and society in general. A new Creative Economy that goes beyond the Cultural and Creative Industries, to focus on the processes of urban and territorial transformation, which already speak to us of a true mutation of systems. In this new scenario, a new leadership model is needed that understands creativity and innovation as the main strategic resources of our companies, cities and territories. A new governance that repositions our cities and territories and favors transformation processes towards new paradigms in the economic, social, cultural and environmental spheres.
We are talking about a new system that, in turn, understands culture as a transversal sector of the entire economy, which adds value to it due to its differential character, which dynamizes and reinvents it through technology, offering important employment opportunities and quality of life in our cities and territories. As well as the necessary Innovation, understood in its multidisciplinary nature, that is, economic, technological, cultural, artistic, social and territorial innovation.
In the master's degree, the student will acquire a deep knowledge of the direction and management tools of creative industries and sustainable urban/territorial transformation, as well as to undertake in the creative and innovation sector, with important business opportunities today. . All this, because in the heart of this new Creative Economy, we keep finding the Creative Industries (CCIs) that are located at that intersection between art, culture, business and technology and that continue to be one of the most dynamic sectors of world trade, capable of reactivating the economic activity of a neighborhood, city or territory. That is why this master's degree seeks to professionalize this growing sector, a source of attractive jobs not only in the more traditional cultural sector but also in creative services such as consulting or advisory services, in cultural and creative tourism, in design or branding-city, and with a look towards local development as the protagonist of change.
The master's also proposes its own concept of Creative City/Creative Territory as an alternative to industrial decline and as an opportunity for the new emerging world economies. In this sense, the master's degree offers good training for the preparation of strategic plans for urban or territorial transformation, through its own model that is developed in these 4 strategic axes: 1.- Innovation-Flexibility, 2.- Identity, 3.- Sustainability-Connectivity and 4.- Emotion, which allow the Creative City to be defined as an innovative-flexible city, an identity and cultural city, a sustainable and connected city and an emotional and vital city, in short, we speak of a more human city, of a Humanist City.
All of the above justifies the need for specific training to understand what the Creative Economy is and why it is a source of attractive jobs. A Creative Economy that is talked about so much today at all levels, from international organizations such as the UN (UNCTAD), the European Commission or UNESCO; or at national State levels, with the creation of Ministries or State Secretariats for Creative Economy; or at a local level, on the agendas of all municipal administrations, a policy regarding creative industries and creative cities is currently proposed.
For this reason, it is important to clearly define these new concepts, an innovative methodology for entrepreneurship, an in-depth study of the direction and management tools of the creative industries, promoting a new type of leadership, studying the processes of urban and territorial transformation and learning to develop strategic plans for their transformation into Creative Cities and Territories . As the great biologist Maturana would say, the aupoiesis of the system which requires a significant dose of individual and collective creativity.
In summary, CREATIVE ECONOMY = ECONOMY + CULTURE + TECHNOLOGY + TERRITORY
- Collaborating Entity
Spain Creative Network Innovation Association
Suitability of the proposed collaboration:
- Elaboration of the content, methodology and teaching proposal, which have determined an Own Title positioned as the *First Master of Spain in Creative Economy (2011) and one of the first worldwide. All this reinforced by the extensive network of contacts in the world of Culture, Creative Industries, Cities and Territories that Creative Spain has and makes available to this Own Title.
- Su know-how in the organization of cultural and creative events as the Forum of Creative Cities and Territories of Spain that will celebrate its 2020th Edition in 7 and that has already become a national benchmark, as a festival of creativity and innovation of our Cities and Territories with the delivery of the Copa España Creativa, designed by the international Javier Mariscal, one of the Honorary Members of España Creativa, together with the choreographer Nacho Duato, the Designer Modesto Lomba, the writer Espido Freire or the architect Carme Pinós. All of them ambassadors of the Creative Spain Brand, to whom more and more will be added each year in order to spread the Creativity of our country. The Forum in this 7th Edition has received a Award by the Ministry of Culture 2019 as "One of the Best Projects in Action and Cultural Promotion in Spain" and One of the Ten Best in Creative Industries in Spain".
- It also has extensive experience in creative entrepreneurship, promoting and creating the annual meetings of the Master under the name of Ecocreativa Emprende! (since 2011) and the Network of Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurs, the so-called network of "The Nursery of Imagination", having launched the first Public Call for Cultural and Creative Industries of the Community of Madrid in 2011.
- Important is also his experience in urban and territorial consulting, with the preparation of European Programs such as Creative Europe (2018) or Interreg Med (2019), in which the Network of Creative Cities and Territories of Spain, a network promoted by España Creativa (2016) and a worldwide pioneer for this dialogue between the rural and urban worlds, between large metropolises, large, medium and small cities, based on collaboration strategies. Other commissions of interest are the elaboration of Candidatures to the UNESCO of Creative Cities.
- In the constitution phase is the Research Group that Creative Spain that drives the Proposal “UNESCO Chair in Creative Economy for Sustainable Development and Transforming the World”, an interuniversity chair among them, the Rey Juan Carlos University, in addition to the University of Alcalá and the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
we could set 4 axes when structuring the objectives of this master's degree:
1º- “Axis – Entrepreneur and Innovator”: - In this sense, we intend to put the emphasis on the development of the student's entrepreneurial and innovative capacity to launch his business idea in the cultural, creative or technological sector, accompanying him throughout his Business Plan in the Creativity Sector and of Innovation. It is about understanding the importance of private initiative in the revitalization of Culture, Creativity and Innovation of a territory, emphasizing the relevant role of the businessman and the entrepreneur in the evolutionary and changing contexts, being able to navigate in environments of uncertainty, to generate employment and self-employment, taking advantage of new business opportunities.
2º- “Axis - Institutional”: - Understand the importance of the network model as an alternative to the institutional model in crisis. A new, more flexible model that allows new ways of working and living adapted to the new Covid-19 normality. The student will be provided with the necessary management and business management tools to lead both public and private institutions and organizations in this evolving environment that requires new models of emotional, participatory and supportive leadership.
3º- “Axis - Cultural and Creative”: - Culture, Creativity and Innovation will be addressed as transversal axes to stimulate and generate value for the entire Economy. In this sense, the different fields of action of the different Creative Industries and the most appropriate models for their direction and management will be studied: - Heritage and Cultural Heritage; - The Visual or Dramatic Arts; -Publishers and Printed Media; - Audiovisual: cinema, diffusion, television and radio; - Design: Fashion, Interiors, Graphic and Jewelry; - New Media: digital content, software, games and animation; Creative Services: Architecture, Advertising, R&D and cultural services. We also include in the Creative Sector, the relational or transformative sectors that are so important today such as Cultural Tourism, Education, Sports and Innovation. In this regard, the particular nature of the "cultural product" will be taken into account, its symbolic, singular and intangible character, when carrying out its management.
4º- “Axis – Social”: - Understand Culture as the fourth pillar of sustainable development and the central axis on which economic, social and environmental development is based. Culture not only as a generator of wealth and employment, but also an important element of social cohesion and quality of life in a society. The student will be able to develop and manage creative and innovative projects aimed at the local development of a specific territory or the transformation of a given city, turning it into a setting for innovation and creativity.
5th “Axis – Innovation”: Understand the multidimensional nature of Innovation: cultural and artistic innovation, social and territorial innovation, economic and technological innovation.
6th Axis – “Sustainable Urban and Territorial”: Learn to develop Strategic Plans for the Transformation of Cities and Territories into Creative ones. Understand the new models of Governance in the current framework of the Creative Economy, as well as understand the importance of developing a comprehensive city project, with its own identity, that responds to a concept or an idea. Also, it will be a priority objective to study the basic strategic resources today and the design of indicators that allow us to reposition our cities and territories without losing sight of sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda.
The achievement of these priority objectives will determine some Professional outings very clear and specific:
- Creation of your own company and implementation of your business plan in the Cultural, Creative or Innovation Sector.
- Lead or manage public institutions or autonomous bodies, or cultural, creative and innovative projects for them.
- Direct departments of creativity and innovation in private and public companies.
- Perform creative services as a consultant for strategic and action plans for international and cooperation organizations such as the UN, UNESCO, among others.
- Work for local public administrations in local development, cultural and creative tourism, strategic plans for regeneration and urban or territorial transformation, in marketing or city branding.
- In communication or design companies in the development of strategic plans and conceptual design.
- Acquire useful tools to direct and manage an institution or company.
- Obtain a strategic vision in decision making.
- Ability to adapt to the environment or flexibility.
- Reflexive vision and analysis of the current situation and the environment.
- Understand the urban world and the rural world as a system and the importance of Culture, Creativity and Innovation for their transformation and reinvention, where appropriate.
- Develop a Business-Plan for your own Entrepreneurial Project in Creative Industries.
- Direct and Manage Cultural and Creative Entities and/or Projects, as well as those related to the Tourism Sector.
- Capacity for analysis and understanding of the Creativity Sector (Creative Industries).
- Prepare Strategic Plans for Urban or Territorial Transformation or Local Development.
- Methodology for the development and implementation of Cultural and Creative Projects.
- Design of Indicators for the Creative Economy.
- Ability to organize small and large events.
BLOCK-1.- CREATIVE ECONOMY: CONCEPTUAL, LEGAL AND INSTRUMENTAL FRAMEWORK. CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION. 30 ECTS.
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK: CREATIVE ECONOMY, CULTURE AND INNOVATION
AREA 1: Creativity, Culture and Innovation.
AREA 2: Culture and sustainable development.
AREA 3: Creative Economy and evolution of disciplines.
MODULE II: CULTURAL LAW AND POLICIES. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, PATENTS AND INNOVATION.
AREA 4: Law of Culture and Cultural Policies. The Public Management of Culture.
AREA 5: Copyright, Intellectual Property, Patents and Innovation. Law and Patrimony: Tangible and Intangible.
AREA 6: Business Legal Analysis: types of companies.
MODULE III: MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF CREATIVE BUSINESSES: BUSINESS PLAN AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT.
AREA 7: Strategic Business Analysis
AREA 8: Business Functional Analysis. Department of Services and Project Management.
AREA 9: Production Management.
AREA 10: Arts and Culture Marketing Management. From City-Marketing to Branding-City.
AREA 11: Financial Management and Economic Management.
WORKSHOP-1 + PROJECT 1
Workshop -1: "Workshop on the Creation of Cultural and Creative Companies"
Project- 1: “BUSINESS PLAN FOR YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL PROJECT: idea, project, development and feasibility”
TRANSVERSAL WORKSHOP (I) + PROJECT
Transversal Workshop (I): WORKSHOP OF EVENTS.
Project: “Organization of ECOCREATIVA Emprende! Meeting of Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurial Initiatives”.
CULTURAL TECHNICAL VISITS
Visits to Foundations, Companies or Creative Spaces + Seminar.
EXTRAORDINARY LECTURES / SEMINAR
BLOCK- 2: DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. 30 ECTS.
MODULE IV: ADDRESS AND MANAGEMENT OF HERITAGE AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.
AREA 12: Cultural Heritage (I): Cultural goods. Cultural Heritage (II): Intangible Heritage (Traditions, Festivals and Celebrations). Natural heritage.
AREA 13: Direction and Management of Heritage, cultural mediation and communication.
MODULE V: DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE VISUAL ARTS.
AREA 14: Conceptual Bases of Visual Arts: Painting, Sculpture and Photography. Direction and Management of Museums and Art Centers.
AREA 15: Galleries and the art market.
MODULE VI: DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE DRAMATIC ARTS.
AREA 16: Conceptual Bases of Dramatic Arts: Music, Opera, Dance, Theater and Circus.
AREA 17: The Music Industry. Direction and Management of Musical Festivals. Direction and Management in Dance and Theater.
MODULE VII: DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE CULTURAL PUBLISHING AND AUDIOVISUAL INDUSTRIES.
AREA 18: The publishing world: publishers, print media and digital media. Organization of Book Fairs. Direction and Management of Archives and Libraries.
AREA 19: The Audiovisual Industry: cinema, diffusion, television and radio. The Direction and Management of Film Festivals.
MODULE VIII: DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL CREATIONS: DESIGN, NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND CREATIVE SERVICES.
AREA 20: The Creative Design Industry: Graphic, Fashion, Interiors, and Jewelry. Start-up of a company or design studio and organization of events (fashion shows, exhibitions or fairs).
AREA 21: New Media and e-business: Digital Content, Software, Video Games and Animation. Creative Services: Architecture, Advertising, R&D and Consultancy Services and Cultural Management.
MODULE IX: MANAGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF OTHER CREATIVE INDUSTRIES OR TRANSFORMING SECTORS:
EDUCATION, SPORTS AND HEALTH, CREATIVE TOURISM AND INNOVATION.
AREA 22: Creative Transformative Sectors and presentation of initiatives: Education, Sports and Health; Creative Tourism and Innovation.
WORKSHOP-2 + PROJECT-2
Workshop -2: “Museology and Exhibition Management Workshop”.
Project- 2: “Elaboration and development of an Exhibition Project”.
WORKSHOP -3 + PROJECT - 3
Workshop-3: "Workshop in Performing Arts: Communication in Dance and Theater Production".
Project-3.1.: “Development of a Dance Communication Project”.
Project-3.2.: “Development of a Theatrical Production Project”.
CULTURAL TECHNICAL VISITS / SEMINARS
Visits to Foundations, Companies or Creative Spaces. Forum of Creative Cities and Territories of Spain.
EXTRAORDINARY LECTURES / SEMINAR
Extraordinary Conferences / Seminar
BLOCK-3: CREATIVE CITIES AND CULTURAL TOURISM. SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSFORMATION. 30 ECTS.
MODULE X: CONCEPTUAL BASES: FROM THE SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITY TO THE CREATIVE CITY. CULTURAL AND NATURAL LANDSCAPES.
AREA 23: CONCEPTUAL BASES: Territory, Culture and Identity. Culture and Development. From the Smart and Sustainable City to the Creative City.
AREA 24: Nature, Culture and Territory: NATURAL AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES. Introduction to Cultural and Creative Tourism, Ecotourism and Rural Tourism.
MODULE XI: LOCATION FACTORS OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES IN CITIES AND TERRITORIES. CULTURAL INNOVATION.
AREA 25: The new geography of Creativity and Creative Clusters. LOCATION FACTORS of Creative Industries.
AREA 26: CULTURAL INNOVATION in Cities and Territories.
MODULE XII: NEW MODELS OF GOVERNANCE AND DESIGN OF STRATEGIC PLANS. SOCIAL AND TERRITORIAL INNOVATION.
AREA 27: NEW MODELS OF GOVERNANCE. Social and Territorial Innovation.
AREA 28: Elaboration of URBAN AND TERRITORIAL STRATEGIC PLANS. Strategic Approach and Functional Analysis: ACTION PLANS. Urban and Territorial Marketing.
MODULE XIII: CREATIVE TOURISM, ORGANIZATION OF LARGE EVENTS, BRANDING AND DESIGN IN THE CITY.
AREA 29: From Cultural Tourism to CREATIVE TOURISM. Organization of BIG EVENTS and Urban Transformation processes.
AREA 30: Development of BRANDING and DESIGN in the City. Study of its impact on Cultural and Creative Tourism.
MODULE XIV: SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES: TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND NETWORK CONSTRUCTION.
AREA 31: Strategic factors of Quality of Life. SUSTAINABLE CITIES: environmental resources as a source of opportunities and improvement of the quality of life.
AREA 32: SMART CITIES and SMART RURAL WORLD. Big data and Open Data, new opportunities to undertake. Process for the creation of networks and presentation of CASES.
MODULE XV: URBAN-TERRITORIAL TRANSFORMATION. CONSTRUCTION OF CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE CITIES AND TERRITORIES.
AREA 33: Conceptualization of the CREATIVE CITY and CREATIVE TERRITORIES. Presentation of cases and initiatives. UNESCO Creative City designation.
AREA 34: METHODOLOGY FOR THE TRANSFORMATION of an industrial city into a Creative City or an industrial territory into a Creative Territory. DESIGN OF NEW INDICATORS to measure the Creativity and Innovation of Cities and Territories. Study of PROJECTS of Urban Transformation and Regeneration of the city.
WORKSHOP-4 + PROJECT 4
Workshop -4: “Design Thinking & Branding-City”.
Project-4: “Development of a Design and Branding project in the City”.
WORKSHOP-5 + PROJECT 5
Workshop -5: “Creative Cities and Urban Transformation Workshop: Heritage, Creative Tourism and Innovation”.
Project -5: “Elaboration and development of an Urban or Territorial Transformation Project: Heritage, Creative Tourism and Innovation”. A neighborhood in Madrid will be used as an action laboratory.
TRANSVERSAL WORKSHOP (II) + PROJECT
Transversal Workshop (II): EVENTS WORKSHOP (II).
Project: “Organizational Project of the Forum of Creative Cities and Territories of Spain: Programming and Budget”. *Participation in the Forum.
CULTURAL TECHNICAL VISITS / SEMINAR.
*Visits to Cities, Neighborhoods or Towns. CASE STUDIES OF URBAN AND TERRITORIAL TRANSFORMATION.
EXTERNAL INTERNSHIP MODULE
Number of ECTS credits: - The student in this “Full Time” Modality of the Master must do a minimum 300 compulsory hours (20 ECTS), to be carried out from 3 to 6 months maximum.
Description of the practices: Collaboration with the Collaborating Entities in the organization or dissemination of their Projects. Among other:
- Cervantes Institute.
- Circle of Fine Arts.
- Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
- National Institute of Performing Arts and Music (INAEM).
- National Dance Company (CND).
- Juan March Foundation.
- Lázaro Galdiano Museum Foundation.
- Madrid Design Center - Matadero Madrid (DIMAD).
- Association of Fashion Creators (ACME).
- Almagro Festival.
- Sport Culture Solidarity Foundation.
- Madrid Network.
- Galician Audiovisual Cluster.
- Container Ideas.
- Devout & Lomba.
- Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.
- Rafa Armero Creative Projects.
- Pop Adrados.
- Saisho Art
- Madrid Fair. BOW.
- The wall.
- Bridge For Billions.
- Zaragoza Active.
- Spain Creative Network Innovation Association.
- Other Institutions and Creative Companies.
- City Councils of the Network of Creative Cities and Territories of Spain.
MASTER'S FINAL PROJECT
Number of credits: 6 ECTS
Description of the Master's Thesis:
The student will be able to choose between 4 OPTIONS to carry out their FINAL MASTER'S PROJECT (TFM), and the works will be carried out individually or in teams.
1st- Option/- ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION: “Creation of a cultural or creative company and launching a cultural product on the market”.
2nd- Option/- CULTURAL CONSULTANCY: “Analysis and improvement proposals for an existing Cultural Institution”.
3rd- Option/- CREATIVE CITIES, URBAN/TERRITORIAL TRANSFORMATION, CREATIVE TOURISM AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT: “Development of a Strategic Plan for Urban or Territorial Transformation in Creative Cities or Territories”.
4rd Option/.- DEVELOPMENT OF ANY OF THE WORKSHOP PROJECTS.
Degree required for admission: University Graduates and Postgraduates.
*Recommended Knowledge Areas: - Social and Legal Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Architecture and Engineering.
COMMENTS: “For graduates from educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area, they may give access to these studies, without the need to obtain homologation or the declaration of equivalence of the degrees, prior authorization and once it has been verified that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that enable access to postgraduate education in the country that issued the degree.
Exceptionally, professionals without a university degree who prove work experience in the subject of the education they intend to pursue may also access these studies, although in these cases they will only be able to opt for a diploma or a university extension certificate with the same name and number of credits corresponding to this degree.
In the event that the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered, a selection will be made based on the following criteria:
1.- Curriculum Vitae (60%)
2.- Personal interview (20%)
3.- Use of ICTs (20%)
The SELECTION COMMITTEE will be made up of the Academic Direction and Coordination of the Master.
In addition, the Selection Commission may request a personal interview to any of the applicants, regardless of whether there are vacancies.
No. of Places: 20
Number of places reserved: 5. When the number of applications that meet the access requirements exceeds the number of places available, a place is reserved for vulnerable groups (disability, victims of terrorism and gender violence, article 50 of the regulation) with the same selection criteria. In the event that said quota is not covered, it will pass to the general quota.
The start of the course is subject to the minimum number of students enrolled.
Academic Management and Faculty
Dr. Jose Angel Zuniga
Professor of Business Organization - URJC
Dr. Belen Elisa Diaz
Economist, Plastic Artist and International Consultant in Creative Economy and Sustainable Urban Development. Doctor in Business Organization. Degree in Economic and Business Sciences and Degree in Fine Arts. President and Founding Member of Asociación España Creativa Red Innovation.
Dr. Jose Angel Zuniga
Professor of Business Organization - URJC
- Coordinator of Creative Cities and Territories: Mr. Fernando Rubio Ballestero
Lawyer and Specialist in Urban Law. Founding Partner Creative Spain.
- Coordinator of Innovation and Networks: Dr. Pedro González Torroba
Doctor of Law and Administration Technician. Technical Advisor to the Madrid Mayor's Office. Creative Spain Partner.
- International Relations and Sustainability Coordinator: Mr. Jordi Pardo
International Consultant Unesco and European Commission. Jury Member European Capitals of Culture. Director of the Joan Casals Foundation.
COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL VISITS COORDINATORS:
- Communication Coordinator: Fabián Garré
Master in Creative Economy - Rey Juan Carlos University (1st Promotion). Bachelor of Art History, Museologist. Expert in Social Networks and Communication.
- Coordinator of Cultural Visits: Alex Ojeda
Master in Creative Economy - Rey Juan Carlos University (2nd Promotion).
Bachelor of Political Science and Administration
Duration and development
Modality: Hybrid (Simultaneous version: Face-to-face + Virtual)
Number of credits: 90 ECTS
On-site/synchronous hours: 840 Hours
Place of delivery: TEAMS or ZOOM online platform
Schedules: From Monday to Thursday (From 18:00 p.m. to 21:00 p.m.). 9 Months Master Classes + Workshops + Cultural Visits.
* MADRID-QUINTANA HEADQUARTERS CAMPUS:
In-person classroom + Virtual Platform of the Rey Juan Carlos University.
*The Workshops, Seminars and Extraordinary Conferences podran be held outside the Virtual Platform of the Rey Juan Carlos University, in other organized virtual platforms from España Creativa or collaborating entities it.
Start date : from 9 to 15 months (internships included).
Start - November 2th 2023
Completion - March 2025 (Internship included) Course 2023-2024 (October 2023 to July 2024) + Internship (3 to 6 months / Minimum 300 Hours / Possibility of taking them until March 31, 2025)
Reservation of place and enrollment
Pre-registration period: from June 14 to October 25, 2023
Enrollment deadline: From October 20 to 25, 2023
Title price: €6.000
Possibility Interest-free financing: 8 Deadlines
Possibility of scholarship (if applicable): NO
Pre-registration: €500. This amount is included in the total cost of the course and will be returned if your academic request is not accepted. If, once the student's application has been admitted, the enrollment is not formalized, the amount deposited for pre-enrolment will not be returned.
The start of the course is conditioned to the minimum number of students enrolled.
No. of Places: 20
Minimum number of students: 10
Number of places reserved: 5
Documentation to attach, forms and place of delivery
the applicants they will present all the scanned documentation, in the formats allowed through the telematic self-registration application at the time of applying for admission to own degrees. They must compulsorily attach to their request the declaration of the person responsible for the veracity of the data provided in digital format.
At any time, both the Program Management and the Own Teaching Service may request the applicants to submit said certified/collated documentation through the General Registry, located on the Móstoles Campus, or in any of the registries assistants located in the different campuses of the Rey Juan Carlos University, or by sending it through Certified Mail to: Rey Juan Carlos University. General Registry. Avda. Tulipán s/n. 28933. Mostoles. Madrid
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.
Students with a degree obtained from a Spanish university or a Higher Education Institution belonging to another Member State of the European Higher Education Area that authorizes access to own postgraduate degrees must present the following documentation:
- National Identity Document or equivalent
- University degree of the studies that give access to the requested postgraduate degree.
- Curriculum vitae
- Responsible declaration of veracity of the data provided in digital format
- Any other document that the Director of the Own Title specifically requires for its acceptance
Students with a foreign degree must present the following documentation:
- Passport or Residence Card
- Foreign Higher Education Degree (Graduate, Graduate, Architect, Engineer Doctor...) that give access to own postgraduate degree studies.
- Certificate certifying that the studies carried out give access to an Official Postgraduate Degree in your country of origin, issued by the University of origin
- Curriculum vitae
- Declaration of the person responsible for the veracity of the data provided in digital format
- Any other document that the Director of the Own Title specifically requires for its acceptance
Applicants with studies completed in foreign University Centers may be requested at any time a certificate of verification of these studies and centers, issued by an authorized Institution.
All documentation provided must be legalized in accordance with Spanish law and translated by an official translator.