The enrolment period begins on 1 July. Nevertheless, each Master's course may establish its own enrolment period, so you should consult the one for which your intention to enrol has been ratified for the exact dates.
Teacher Training for Compulsory Secondary Education, Upper Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Foreign Language Teaching Master enrols students during face-to-face meetings. The day and time of appointments for formalising enrolment are published on the University of the Basque Country website.
From 1 July 2021 until 30 September 2021.
Where to enrol:
At Faculty secretary for which you wish to formalise your enrolment.
General documents for all students:
- Photocopy of your National ID card or passport (for non Spanish nationals).
- Certified copy or photocopy and original (for comparison purposes) of your Undergraduate, Architecture or Engineering Degree Certificate, Diploma, Technical Architecture or Technical Engineering Degree Certificate or certificate request slip. If the certificate is written in a language other than Spanish, Basque or English, then you must also submit a sworn translation of the contents.
- A passport-size photograph of yourself.
- Documents attesting to your right to pay reduced public fees, or your exemption from paying said fees (where appropriate).
- Prior qualification recognition commitment, in the case of Erasmus students.
Students with a foreign qualification from a university outside the European Union must also (in addition to the documents listed above) submit their legalised certificate through diplomatic channels.
Students should enrol online from 8 September 2021 until 30 September 2021 (prior appointment required). The day on which you should formalise your enrolment will be published on the University of the Basque Country website. If you fail to formalise your enrolment on the appointed day, you will be able to formalise it later on, providing it is within the established enrolment period, but you will no longer have priority for choosing optional subjects.
Students intending to study the following Master's courses must enrol at the corresponding secretariat:
- Advanced Electronic Systems
- Advanced Materials Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Control Engineering, Automation and Robotics
- Environmental Engineering and Management
- Industrial Engineering
- Integration of Renewable Energy Sources into the Electricity Grid
- Marine Studies
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nautical Studies and Maritime Transport
- Project Management
- Research in Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Industry, Transport, Construction and Town Planning
- Space Science and Technology
- Sustainable Energy Engineering
- Telecommunication Engineering
- Erasmus Mundus Master in Renewable Energy in the Marine Environment (REM+)
- Erasmus Mundus Master in Smart Cities and Communities (SMACCs)
- Erasmus Mundus Master of Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion (MESC+)