The FIB offers 30 entry places
that will be distributed between the MTI and the second cycle of the Degree in Informatics Engineering. Taking into account the preferences declared by the applicants, and according to the legal requirements, the FIB will take a final decision on the student's admission.
Admission requirements can be found at "Academic Regulations for Masters' Degree Courses at UPC 2011/2012 (catalan version)"
approved by CG on 20/07/2011.
The Committee responsible for the MTI is in charge of taking a final decision on the students' admission. The following documents are required to be a registered student (only copies or electronic documents are required for the pre-admission process):
Qualifications completed in centers that are part of the UPC
Curriculum Vitae If the applicant holds other qualifications related to the subject area of the Master’s Degree course applied for and that are different from those given to meet entrance requirements, it is necessary to include the original certificates and copies (or official copies) with the application.
Qualifications completed in centres cooperating with the UPC or any other Spanish national university. In addition to previously detailed documents, it is necessary to provide
Curriculum Vitae Photocopy of DNI, NIE or passport. Original and photocopy (or official copy) of the certificate that entitles the applicant to start the master’s program or proof of payment for the certificate. Original and photocopy (or official copy) of a certificate issued by the institution that awarded the qualification detailing each subject studied. The certificate must include information about the number of hours/ credits studied and grade for each subject. This certificate must also include the global average obtained by the student. Any other documentation required to enter a particular Master’s Degree course.
Qualifications completed in foreign universities or institutions of higher education
Curriculum Vitae Photocopy of DNI, NIE or passport. Original and photocopy (or official copy) of the homologation of the qualification that entitles the applicant to enter the Master’s Degree program. If the title has not been homologated, is necessary to provide the original and a photocopy of the certificate (or official copy) that was awarded either by the university or institution where the title was obtained or by the education authority of the country to which the university belongs. This document must confirm that the duration of the degree was at least three years and that is it a valid precursor to studies at postgraduate level (master’s degree) in that country. If that is not possible, it must indicate the level of higher education that the degree gives access to in the country where it was awarded. Original and photocopy (or official copy) of a certificate from the institution that awarded the degree detailing each subject that has been studied. The certificate must detail the number of hours and credits studied and must include the grade awarded for each subject. This certificate also must contain information on the mark scheme and how grades are awarded. If the applicant holds other qualifications related to the subject area of the Master’s Degree course applied for and that are different from those given to meet entrance requirements, it is necessary to include the original certificates and copy (or official copy) with the application.
Important. All documents issued in countries that do not belong to the European Higher Education Area must be stamped and legalised by the appropriate government department.
How to homologate previous studies
After the validity of the necessary documentation has been checked, registration for the particular course can continue. Once the applicable registration fees have been paid, the registration process is complete and the applicant is a student of the Master’s Degree program of the UPC.