What do I have to do to pre-enrol in a program?
Each Masters web page will contain a section called "Information on the Masters program". This section will contain the telephone numbers and e-mail addresses to which questions relating to the content of the courses, dates and class locations, as well as pre-enrolment and admission procedures, should be addressed.
Applicants will pre-enrol ON LINE from 3 April to 31 May 2017, except for Teacher Training for Compulsory Secondary Education, Upper Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Foreign Language Teaching, which the deadline for pre-registration is 10 May. From 1st. June onwards pre-enrolment will only be possible in masters which are not complete.
For pre-enrolment confirmation, students should submit the required documentation online. Students unable to submit online should send documentation to the Masters secretariats where they have pre-enrolled. This documentation must be sent to as many Masters as applied for.
For masters with compulsory items taught in Basque and Spanish, students must choose the language they prefer filling in the language selection document (doc, 216 Kb), and sending it with all the documents they must submit at pre-enrollment:
If you want to study one master with online and presencial classes, it is neccessary to fill in the modality selection form (doc, 216 Kb), and sending it with all the documents you must submit at pre-enrollment:
- Computational Engineering and Intelligent Systems
The required documentation should be submitted at:
Online through the GAUR application, or in the Masters secretariat, in which students have pre-enrolled. The address, e-mail and phone number of these secretariats appears on each Masters web page.
From 3 April to 31 May 2017, except for Teacher Training for Compulsory Secondary Education, Upper Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Foreign Language Teaching, which the deadline for pre-registration is 10 May.
For pending approval Masters programs the deadline will be established later.
Final-year students who are still unable to request their degree can pre-enrol and secure admission upon submission of documentary evidence that they have requested it at the time of enrolment. In this case, students must ask for pre-enrolment to Master secretariats.
General documentation for all students:
- Photocopy of DNI, residence identity, national identity card or passport.
- Photocopy of degree.
- Photocopy of personal academic transcript, with results and notifications of all subjects taken. during the course of their degree.
- Projects, articles and publications by the student.
- Other achievements (Recommendation letter, etc.)
In addition to the above, students with foreign degrees that have not been endorsed must submit:
- A certified translation of the degree and transcript into one of the two official languages of the Basque Country. If the Master classes are taught in English documents can be sent in this language.
In the event of any problems, please contact the corresponding Masters secretariat. Contact information appears on each Masters web page.
After 12 June, once the Academic Committee of each Master's program or the Postgraduate Committee (as appropriate) selects the pre-enrolments received, pre-enrolled students will be informed whether or not they have been accepted. Students can also find out the status here: pre-enrolment applications status.
Once a student has been accepted onto a course and notified over the GAUR platform, they have a 10-day period in which to confirm their intention to participate in the Master's. Following this period, their acceptance will automatically be cancelled and the next student on the waiting list will be duly notified.
If a student is accepted, they must provide written confirmation of their intention to participate in the program. In this case, students who confirm their acceptance will begin the pre-registration process at the request of the University. This consists of appointing a tutor, who will formulate and monitor the syllabus for each student. In order to complete the pre-registration process, students must submit either original documentation and a photocopy for collation, or certified photocopies.