This master's degree program is designed for university graduates who wish to receive the training needed to work in secondary education and language teaching.
The Master's Degree in Secondary School Teaching replaces the previous Teaching Certificate (CAP) and is the only official degree that qualifies the graduate to be a secondary school teacher, professional trainer or language teacher.
The following are essential requirements for completing the Master's Degree in Secondary School Teaching:
Hold a licentiate degree, degree qualification or its equivalent from a foreign university. Students may apply for admission before obtaining an undergraduate degree, but they must provide proof of having received the degree at the start of the program.
Demonstrate the competences related to the specialization they wish to complete. If students do not hold the degree corresponding to their chosen specialty, they will take a test or be interviewed prior to admission by the Director of the master's degree program to ensure that they have acquired the listed competences.
Demonstrate a foreign language level of B1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference (Cambridge PET or EOI Level 3). See valid certificates.
Students must demonstrate that their Spanish proficiency corresponds to level B2 (if they are not native Spanish speakers).
Have applied for admission to the master's degree program using the registration form.