Faculties and centres
Students who meet the general entry requirements for Master's degrees will be admitted to this Master's degree in accordance with the following specific entry requirements and merit assessment criteria:
Have completed an undergraduate degree in technical or experimental studies related to the goals of this Master's Degree; such as Biology, Marine Sciences, Economics, Business Administration, Law, Agricultural Engineering, Fishing Engineering.
Foreign students must hold an officially approved undergraduate degree in one of the above degrees, or accredit a degree level equivalent to the Spanish qualifications stated above.
Because of the Master’s strong international orientation, the following additional requirements have been included:
Those applicants who have obtained a competitive fellowship from an international organisation will be given preferential consideration. For the rest of applicants, the following merits will be assessed:
Students with special educational needs:
5% of the available places in official degrees will be reserved for students with a recognised degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%, as well as for those students with permanent special educational needs associated with a disability who, during their previous education have required special resources and support for their full educational integration.