The workload of university master’s degrees is between 60 and 120 European credits (one or two academic years) and must have official accreditation from the Spanish Ministry of Education. They are recognised throughout the European Union without any further formalities, so they allow for mobility between countries
UJI-specific master’s degrees accredit a university training cycle at postgraduate, non-doctoral level. They comprise a minimum of 60 credits
At Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa
Departamento de Formación - Silvia Membrilla
Edificio Consejo Social.
Campus Riu Sec. Universitat Jaume I.
12071 Castellón de la Plana.
Teléfono: (+34) 964 387 209/22. email@example.com
Pre-registration and registration take place in June/July (first period) or September/October (second period). Pre-registration can be completed online from the section under that name on each course’s website. For registration, you must submit the documents required and make the payment for the course
In addition to the application for admission, you must submit two copies of your degree certificate; transcript of records; CV; two photos; two copies of your ID document (DNI, NIE or passport); proof of payment of the reservation fee (€ 300). Documents can be submitted in person at the FUE offices or sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your qualification has not been officially recognised by the Spanish government, the decision on admission is up to the course director(s).6. Where do the courses take place?
All face-to-face master’s courses take place in the Board of Trustees building of the Universitat Jaume I, on the Riu Sec Campus
Full payment must be made before the start of the course. The admission fee must be paid at the time of pre-registration.
Yes, class attendance is compulsory and will be monitored at the beginning of each class. Students are allowed to miss up to 20% of the face-to-face hours taught in the course
This will be left to the course directors’ discretion. In general, undergraduate students who have fewer than 30 ECTS credits left to complete their degree (including the Bachelor’s Thesis) are eligible for admission. However, those students will not be issued any certificates or be awarded the master’s degree until they obtain their undergraduate degree
Professionals from the sector who do not hold a university degree are eligible for admission if they accredit sufficient professional experience (at least three years) as managers or employees at companies or institutions related to the field of study
Yes, the Master’s Thesis is part of the programme and the final subject you must complete in order to obtain the Master’s Degree
Yes, as long as it is contemplated in the course curriculum. Work placements tend to be an additional training supplement to academic contents, so it is not always necessary for students enrolled on a programme to undertake one.
Subject credits are based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). They are used to measure the workload of university studies. One ECTS credit corresponds to 25 hours of work.
Depending on each master’s course, you may be offered the possibility of taking up a subject you have not passed at the first attempt. At the beginning of each master’s course, you will be informed about the assessment tests that there will be in the academic year. You must pass all the subjects of the course in order to obtain the degree.
It is an online platform where you can find all the material needed to study the course and which can be accessed throughout the academic year with the username you will be given once you have registered.
Official certificates for UJI-specific degree are issued by the Rector of the Universitat Jaume I.
The fees for issuance of the degree certificate, through which the Universitat Jaume I accredits completion of the course, are not covered by the registration fee
The registration fee can be refunded provided that withdrawal from the programme is notified in writing at least 48 hours before the course begins.