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Requirements, enrolment, fees and grants

 Besides the general access requirements set by the UPC, MED sets the following specific admission requirements and criteria.

Specific admission requirements

  • An engineering degree, preferably in the areas of telecommunications, aeronautics, computer science or electronics.

    Exceptionally, other type degrees may be considered as long as the candidate curriculum is reasonably adjusted to the income profile.

Pre-enrolment

  • Pre-enrolment will be open from 20 February until 7 July 2017

  How to pre-enrol

Documents to be submitted in the application

  • Bachelor degree (Degree in Science or Engineering)
  • Academic record/transcript of records
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Motivation letter
  • Certification of English Language: B2 (or higher) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, or an equivalent level in other scales (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge, etc). See this for more details.

Enrolment

Enrolment day that will be announced before August 2017 (the enrolment day usually will be between 1 and 14 September). During the enrolment day, admitted students will finish the administrative procedures and pay the fees.

How to enrol

Fees, grants and payment options

You can check the general UPC information on fees, grants and payment here.

More information on grants:

  • La Caixa Foundation offers almost 200 scholarships, both for Master and Doctorate. More information here.
  • The Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation offers the MAEC-AECID grants. More information here.
  • The Basque Country Government offers grants. More information here.
  • The Balsells California-Catalonia Programs offers fellowships. More information here.
  • The Universia portal offers information about grants. More information here.

The UPC website has more information about fees, grants and loans and payment options here.