The following are essential requirements for completing the Master’s Degree in Human Rights:
- Applicants must hold a degree in Law or the Legal Sciences from a university in Spain or abroad. Consideration will be given to students with equivalent degrees, provided they are considered suitable to help the student succeed in the master’s program.
- 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.
- Applicants must demonstrate a foreign language level of B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference or equivalent.
- International candidates whose native language is not Spanish must demonstrate that their Spanish proficiency corresponds to level B2. See accreditation procedure.
The following characteristics in particular will be assessed:
- Intellectual interest and sufficient determination to make an in-depth study of the methodologies and practices of legal research and to obtain a thorough knowledge of human and fundamental rights.
- Interest in a future dedication to research and teaching or the practice of human and fundamental rights advocacy at national and international bodies in legal and non-governmental fields.
- Aptitude for argumentation and capacity for work, and the ability to work as a team member with enthusiasm and initiative.