The University of Oviedo has opened a special session for the pre-registration in university master's degrees
July 21, 2011
The new deadline to send applications will last for the 27th of July to the 29th of August, 2011.
The University of Oviedo has just launched a new call for the pre-registration of its master's degree offer. Those people interested in enrolling in these courses must take into account the following statements:
- Applications can be submitted from the 27th of July up to the 29th of August, 2011.
- Provisional lists for admitted candidates will be published on the 5th of September.
- The claims to these provisional lists can be done on the 6th and 7th of September.
- The definitive lists will be published on the 12th of September.
- Candidates can apply for a place on the 13th and the 14th of September.
- And, finally, registrations must be formalized from the 15th to the 20th of September, 2011.
University of Oviedo's new International Graduate Centre has recently begun its activity with a catalogue of master's degrees for the next course in which, for the very first time, about 250 companies and institutions take part. This renewed offer of post-graduate studies within the Campus of International Excellence includes international master's degrees –among them three Erasmus Mundus- with 15 European universities in 11 countries, and partners in third countries, mainly located in America.
In the inter-universities master's degrees, the University offers 8 programmes in collaboration with 13 Spanish universities, while in the academic master's degrees 29 programmes are expected to be taught, 23 of them counts with the collaboration of about 250 institutions and companies, which also collaborates in the teaching, internships and the joint mentoring in final projects. Furthermore, the new catalogue provides three double degrees with French universities and 17 bilingual programmes (four of them are fully taught in English). Generally speaking, these studies have a minimum length of 60 ECTS credits (a full academic course) and a maximum length of 120 ECTS credits (two full academic courses).