STUDENTS WITH FOREIGN NON-UNIVERSITY STUDIES.
Taking up study at the University of Zaragoza
Students from educational systems to which Art. 38.5 of Organic Law 2/2006 on Education is applicable (Member States of the European Union and other States with whom International Agreements have been signed)
Continuing studies at the University of Zaragoza
STUDENTS WHO WISH TO DO A MASTER´S DEGREE
Master’s Degree courses aim to provide students with an advanced level of training. This may be to introduce them to research activity, or it may be a specialised or multi-disciplinary training with an academic or professional focus.
Students successfully passing the courses will obtain the title of Master.
At the University of Zaragoza there is a Vice-Rectorship for International Relations whose objectives, amongst others, are the promotion, coordination and dissemination of information relating to the European programmes of education and training, as well as everything related to institutional relations that the University of Zaragoza maintains with other Universities or Institutions of Higher Education from other countries.
STUDENTS WHO WISH TO STUDY COURSES SPECIFIC TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ZARAGOZA
For those students who have a foreign degree or higher education studies and wish to study courses specific to the University of Zaragoza.
Access to the EHEA doctorate
To enter the Doctorate Programme in the research period, you will need an official Master’s Degree or a qualification of the same level issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area.
Obtaining credits for a subject or course implies having passed the corresponding exams and is expressed as a numerical grading in the student’s academic file together with the percentage distribution of these marks of all the students enrolled in the same course for each academic year.
The grades obtained by the students are expressed according to the following numerical scale from 0 to 10, to which the corresponding qualitative grades may be added: