Admission and selection of prospective students

 

 Former students of the Master in International Relations

Vacancies:
35 

Tests Access:
Interview - Level B2 Test english/spanish

Registration deadlines:
From January until the beginning of the course

 

 

The University Institute for European Studies is responsible for the admission process, once the required documents have been received from the candidates. Admission to the Master in International Relations is open to those students who have obtained an honours degree in Spain or holding a equivalent foreign degree granting access to postgraduate studies in accordance with the European Space for Higher Education rules. Detailed information on the university qualifications required can be found on the website of the University Institute for European Studies.

A proficient level of English is required for the admission to the Master’s degree, and knowledge of other languages will also be highly valued.

Admission requirements and documents for prospective students:

  1. Register in the section “Portal del Alumno” at the University website www.uspceu.es
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. Academic studies and qualifications. Copies are sufficient for initiating the process; however, definitive admission is conditional upon the submission of documentary support with certified photocopies proving admission requirements.
  4. Copy of National Identity Document card or passport.
  5. If English and Spanish are not your native languages you will be required to submit evidence supporting a good command of English and Spanish before starting the program (B2 level certificate). Should you not hold these certificates, you are required to take a test at the Institute for European Studies.

Prospective students profile:

This Master in International Relations provides a thorough academic background for postgraduates wishing to develop a career in professional fields having an international dimension either in the private or in the public sector: journalism and international analysis, diplomacy and international organizations, consultancy and international trade, international aid and cooperation ... Further, this programme will allow students to build an expertise that might develop into an academic career.

This degree has a clear international focus, both on account of the international students and the academic staff. Up to date, students coming from some 40 different countries have gone through this programme.

Fees:

Full time tuition fees for postgraduate students are fixed at 11.322 EUR. This amount comprises full tuition fees for attending all scheduled modules, seminars as well as complementary activities organised by the Institute for European Studies.

Free access is also granted to all university facilities, academic materials and resources within the CEU San Pablo University.