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Master's Degree in Nuclear Physics

Master's Degree in Nuclear Physics

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    Accession and Admission Requirements

    Accession criteria and assessment scale:

    • Average grade point (80%).
    • Languages (10%).
    • Professional experience (10%).


    Admission of applicants who do not reach over 50% on this scale will be at the discretion of the Masters Programme Academic Commission.

    Foreign students from non-Spanish speaking countries must accredit an intermediate level of proficiency (B2) in Spanish or English.

    In the case of students whose qualifications do not fit the required profile for this Master’s Programme may nevertheless gain access if they are able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of Nuclear Physics in a personal interview.

    An appropriate academic background compatible with this Master’s Programme is required independently from other accession conditions.

    Qualifications considered with high preference:

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Physics.

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry.

     

    Qualifications considered with medium preference:

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical Engineering.



    - Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering.

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering.

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering. 

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Engineering.

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Sciences.

    - Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics.



    Specific Admission Documentation and Requirements


    Mandatory

    Subjects pre-inscription form

    Accreditation of the student’s level of proficiency in the Spanish or English language (mandatory only for foreign students from non Spanish speaking countries).

     Optional

    Accreditation of level of proficiency in foreign languages.

    An interview may also be deemed necessary.

     

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Monitoring and Quality Control

Further information

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Description of the degree

  • Current academic offer
  • Joint Title: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad de Barcelona, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Granada, Universidad de Salamanca and Universidad de Sevilla
  • Centre, department or institute responsible: Department of Theoretical Physics
  • Location: Faculty of Sciences
  • Year established: 2010-2011
  • Type: in-class
  • Credits 60
  • Minimum ECTS per enrolment / per year: 24 / part-time students; 36 / full-time students
  • Número de plazas ofertadas: 30

Contact Details

Coordinator:

Tomás Rodríguez Frutos

Contact:

Department of Theoretical Physics

informacion.master.fisicanuclear@uam.es

Any query on the procedure for admission to this Master’s degree should be addressed to posgrado.oficial@uam.es