This is an interuniversity study, in addition to University of A Coruña, the following universities also colaborate in teaching:
- Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal (FH)
The Master's Degree in Water Engineering is a joint degree between the University of A Coruña and the University of Magdeburg and also has the collaboration of other prestigious higher education institutions. The program consist of three semesters two of which are taught in each of the institutions and a third that will take place, at the student's choice, between A Coruña, Magdeburg and other partner universities, where students will also develop their internship and his Master's thesis. This work placement is considered a key point for this international master's degree as an essential topic to allow the inclusion of master's students in the labor market.
The teaching of the master's degree is in person and entirely in English.
Final Master Thesis
The object of the thesis will be scientific research work in any of the fields related to Water Engineering. To do this, the coordinator of the host university will appoint an expert tutor in the topics that student choose as the object of their thesis. The thesis may be developed in any of both universities,or other universities with which they have collaboration agreements. Upon completion of the master´s thesis, the tutor will receive a report, which will be evaluated by a committe to be set up at the host university, of at least three members, among which will be the coordinator of the master's degree and 2 other people designated by the tutor. The Final master work has to be written and defended in English.
Applications for places on UDC Master’s programmes should be made using the online application system on the UDC website.
Application for the UDC Master’s in Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Language Teaching should be made in writing using the form provided online.
Completed forms should be submitted to the Faculty of Education office.
Applications from students with degrees from non-EHEA university systems should be accompanied by officially notarised or apostilled translations (into either of the two official languages of the University of A Coruña) of the following documents:
- Degree certificate
- Academic transcript
Registration will be completed through the online registrar according to the dates indicated in the official admissions calendar for UDC Master’s programmes.
Where necessary, the following documentation should be submitted to the relevant Department within 10 calendar days of registration:
- Completed application for financial assistance
- Proof of entitlement to fee reduction or exemption
Engineering or applied sciences grades of the European Space of Higher Education or equivalent degrees from outside, including Technics engineerings Studies of other related branches of science and engineering: In these cases, students will be recommended to curse supplements