The Master’s applicant profile consists of graduates with university degrees in Philology, Modern Languages and Literature, Linguistics, Translation, Journalism, History, Humanities, Law, Economics, Education, and other degrees in the humanities or education. This degree is for students who want to guide their professional career and gain specific knowledge about teaching Spanish as a second language.
1. European Students: Applicants must possess an official university degree in Spain or a degree from another higher education institution in a state that is also a member of the European Higher Education Area. The EHEA authorizes access to a Master’s education, as indicated in Point 9 of Annex 1 in RD 861/2010, modifying Article 16 of the Royal Decree 1393/2007.
2. Non-European International Students: In accordance with Article 16, graduates unaffiliated with the EHEA may access graduate education without the need for the standardization of their degrees. The university must verify that they have earned a level of education equivalent to the corresponding official university degrees in Spain. The degree must allow graduates to gain access to postgraduate education in the country where the degree was issued. This access will never imply the standardization of the aforementioned degree that is in the possession of the interested party, nor is it recognition for any other purpose than that of studying the Master’s degree.
3. Applicants must have a highly advanced Spanish level (certified C1 or above in the European Framework of Reference for Languages).
4. Applicants must have an advanced English level (certified B2 or above in the European Framework of Reference for Languages).