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Health Management

Admission process

Application deadlines

From January 2020. The deadlines will only be extended if there are available places.

Submission of documents

  • Photocopy of a valid national identity card or passport (only for non-Spanish nationals)
  • A photocopy of the applicant’s academic transcript.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Letter of motivation
  • In the case of degree certificates issued by foreign universities: A certificate issued by the competent institution, or relevant body, indicating that the degree obtained provides access to Master’s degree studies in the issuing country. A photocopy is required.

 

Admissions process

1. Submission of the Application Form

  • Online Application Form: www.deusto.es/ingresomaster
  • Application Form in the General Secretariat of the University.

You can get the Application Form at: www.deusto.es/ingresomaster

2. A personal interview

Once the application has been submitted, the candidate will be called to an interview with the programme directors. The interview may be face to face, by telephone, via Skype or videoconference.

3. Notification of admissions decision

The final decision is made by the programme directors and is based on the academic transcript, CV, letter of motivation, personal interview (if applicable), etc. All candidates will be notified of admissions decisions by email.

4. Pre-enrolment

As places on the degree programme are limited, the University of Deusto offers the possibilitly to reserve the place by the “Pre-enrolment” system. The candidates admitted to the programme will have to reserve a place by the deadline indicated on the letter of admission. If they fail to do so, their place may be assigned to another applicant.

5. Enrolment

Enrolment must be made by the deadline indicated in the letter of admission, and after having previously reserved a place on the course. In the case that candidates fail to comply with the enrolment requirements by the deadline indicated, the Secretary's Office of the Master's programme may assign their place on the programme to another applicant.

Admission process

Application deadlines

From January 2020. The deadlines will only be extended if there are available places.

Submission of documents

  • Photocopy of a valid national identity card or passport (only for non-Spanish nationals)
  • A photocopy of the applicant’s academic transcript.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Letter of motivation
  • In the case of degree certificates issued by foreign universities: A certificate issued by the competent institution, or relevant body, indicating that the degree obtained provides access to Master’s degree studies in the issuing country. A photocopy is required.

 

Admissions process

1. Submission of the Application Form

  • Online Application Form: www.deusto.es/ingresomaster
  • Application Form in the General Secretariat of the University.

You can get the Application Form at: www.deusto.es/ingresomaster

2. A personal interview

Once the application has been submitted, the candidate will be called to an interview with the programme directors. The interview may be face to face, by telephone, via Skype or videoconference.

3. Notification of admissions decision

The final decision is made by the programme directors and is based on the academic transcript, CV, letter of motivation, personal interview (if applicable), etc. All candidates will be notified of admissions decisions by email.

4. Pre-enrolment

As places on the degree programme are limited, the University of Deusto offers the possibilitly to reserve the place by the “Pre-enrolment” system. The candidates admitted to the programme will have to reserve a place by the deadline indicated on the letter of admission. If they fail to do so, their place may be assigned to another applicant.

5. Enrolment

Enrolment must be made by the deadline indicated in the letter of admission, and after having previously reserved a place on the course. In the case that candidates fail to comply with the enrolment requirements by the deadline indicated, the Secretary's Office of the Master's programme may assign their place on the programme to another applicant.