Students must demonstrate that they meet the legal requirements to enroll in an official master's degree program.
Spanish and international students who meet the legal requirements established in Article 16 of RD 1393/2007, preferably with previous training in the sciences or health sciences.
To be admitted to the official master's degree program, students need to hold an official university degree from a Spanish institution, or one issued by an educational institution within the European Higher Education Area that authorizes the student to enroll in master's level programs in the issuing country.
Additionally, entrance is open to graduates from educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area, without the need to obtain official recognition of their degrees. The University will confirm that the degree previously earned accredits a level of training equivalent to that of official Spanish university degrees that authorize students for entrance into graduate degree programs. Entrance into the program via this route in no way implies the official recognition of the student's previous degree for purposes other than pursuing the master's degree program.
The Master's Degree in Biomedical Research Committee will assess candidates' intellectual interest in advanced knowledge and any personal training projects aimed at future professional practice in the field of research.
Given the advanced level of instruction involved in the master's degree program, special importance will be given to students' previous academic training, particularly the progress of their academic results in previous studies (academic record). Knowledge of English will also be highly valued.
It is recommended that candidates hold an undergraduate degree in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Medicine, Biotechnology, Veterinary Medicine, or an equivalent degree.