The IGC opens the pre-registration process for 44 of its Master's Degrees with an offer of 1.311 places
February 20, 2013
The period for submitting applications finishes on March 5
The University of Oviedo, through the International Graduate Centre (IGC), has opened the first pre-registration period for 44 of its Master's Degrees with an offer of 1.311 places. Students interested in enrolling in these courses may submit their applications, between February 18 and March 5, 2013, via the link to the Master's pre-registration service.
The University of Oviedo has devised an offer of Master's Degrees for the 2013-2014 academic year that represents the firm commitment of the Asturian academic institution towards internationalization, inter-university collaboration and the transference of knowledge. This postgraduate educational offer involves:
International Master's Degrees. The University of Oviedo has agreements with 21 universities in more than 11 countries, and associates in many others. There are 5 Erasmus Mundus Master's Degrees among these international degrees —the current pre-registration period is opened for only three of them— and other 5 International Degrees with agreements for double majors with the French universities of Paul, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, and Clermont-Ferrand, as well as with the universities of Monterrey (Mexico) and Concepción (Chile).
University Master's Degrees. The University of Oviedo offers 8 programs in collaboration with 13 Spanish universities, along with 18 more that participate in the Master's Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling.
Academic-Professional Master's Degrees. They are characterized by their offer of an educational model geared toward professional practice. To achieve this goal, more than 250 entities collaborate and participate in the education of the students, offering them internships and co-supervising Master's Theses.
Bilingual education. In this category there are 19 University Master's Degrees that require a B1 level of English. 6 of these programs are taught in their entirety in English.