Admission and enrolment

Application and enrolment procedure for Master's degrees

  • Applications must be completed online through the web portal.
    This can be launched by clicking on the "Application" button located below the name of the degree you would like to study.
    In order to access the online application, you must have a user name and a password. To obtain these, you must click on UIBdigital Online Log-in.
    Once inside the application you will be able to see what details and documents must be submitted.
  • Students with foreign degrees, consult the "Students with foreign degrees" section.


Documents to be submitted

  • Copy of your ID card, NIE (Foreign Identification document), or passport
  • Copy of the academic diploma or degree (in Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian or Portuguese)
  • Copy of the official academic transcript, issued by the foreign university on headed paper, and signed by the competent authority, of the studies taken by the applicant which records, among other details, the subjects taken with the grade obtained, the total number of hours or number of credits in each one of them and the grading system applied (in Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian or Portuguese)
  • Copy of the European Diploma Supplement (EDS). If the degree was taken at a University in the EHEA, it is advisable to present the EDS.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Other documents: consult the admission criteria of the degree as there may be specific requirements or merits may be valued that require the submission of additional documents.
In the case of degrees that require accreditation of the grade point average as an admission criterion, the foreign GPA equivalence may be requested through the ANECA Grade Point Average calculator service [es].

Once admitted, applicants will proceed to register. This is done at the Administrative Services (Antoni Maria Alcover i Sureda Building), and involves presenting the original documents stated above (of which only a copy is required for the pre-registration).