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Admission requirements

The Academic Committee of the Master will carry out the admission process, attending to the following aspects.

  • The Agricultural Engineers(of the plans valid until 2007) will access the Master directly.
  • The Agricultural Technical Engineers (of the plans valid until 2007) and other graduates of similar level and scope, will access directly to the Master if they are in possession of an approved qualification to Level 2 of the Spanish Framework of Qualifications for Higher Education (MECES) .
  • For engineers or graduates with other official degrees in the Spanish state, the academic commission will assign them the previous training complements that they must take, with a maximum of 60 ECTS.
  • Graduates in engineering who qualify for the profession of agricultural technical engineer with at least 240 ECTS will have access directly to the Master.
  • For other graduates, depending on their previous training, the academic commission will assign them the previous training complements that they must take, with a maximum of 60 ECTS.
  • Students who have studied abroad in similar fields, must accredit equivalent studies, at least, to 180 ECTS; depending on their previous training, the academic commission will assign them the previous training complements that they must take, with a maximum of 60 ECTS.

Students who wish to take the Master's degree in the blended modality in English and are not native speakers of the English language must prove a level not lower than B2 of the CEFR or equivalent.

Admission to the University Master

In accordance with the general admission criteria established in Reales Decretos RD1393 / 2007 and RD1892 / 2008, the "Normativa de Acceso y Matriculación" of the Polytechnic University of Madrid will apply to all students who request admission to a title offered by the university.