Grants and scholarships for Master's Degree in Computational Methods
Specific aid programmes for students who wish to study any of the master's degrees offered by the University of Navarra's School of Sciences. This programme has the condition that once they have finished the Master's Degree, students must start, develop and defend the doctorate at the University of Navarra.
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Scholarship programme of the University of Navarra, for students from Nicaragua.
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Scholarship Programme of 20% of the enrollment not cumulative to the discounts mentioned above. This scholarship programme provides a scholarship to one student of the Master's Degree in research Biomedical, and another of the Master's Degree in Computational Methods in Science.
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Iberdrola launches the Iberdrola International Scholarship Programme for programs of study Master's Degree 2022-23, sample of the company's commitment to fostering talent. It seeks to develop a new generation of professionals with an enthusiasm for learning, a desire to innovate and a desire to transform the energy industry; promoting employability, knowledge and Education.
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The Rafael del Pino Excellence Scholarship Programme has as goal to contribute to the training of Spanish leaders, to the promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit and activity in Spain and to the research and dissemination of knowledge.
Fundación Carolina is an institution for the promotion of cultural relations and cooperation, in the educational and scientific fields, between Spain and the rest of the world, especially the countries of the Ibero-American Community of Nations. Consult instructions of the call for applications. The agreement is renewed annually.
In this section you can see a set of financial arrangements for home students.
This master's degree is for you if...
You are graduate in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, Medicine, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine, or other equivalent degree program .
- The Master's Commission will value intellectual interest in advanced experimental knowledge and the existence of a personal training project oriented towards future professional practice.
- Given the advanced teaching involved in this Master's Degree, special relevance will be given to your previous academic training, assessing the evolution of your academic results in previous studies (transcript academic). Knowledge of English will also be valued.
- The recommended profile access is for graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine, or other equivalent degree.
- For admission to this programme, you will need to have a basic knowledge of statistics and programming, acquired either through subjects taken during your studies at Degree or through another extracurricular course certifiable.
If you do not have this basic knowledge, you will have to take complementary training courses in these areas before the start of the Master's degree. To this end, two complementary training courses will be offered and it will be the Commission who will indicate to each candidate the need to take them:
|Course||Teacher in charge||ECTS CREDIT|
|Introduction to R and review of statistics||Sergio Ardanza-Trevijano||1|
|Introduction to MATLAB programming||Diego Maza||1|
The Master's Academic Committee will carry out a personalised study of each student's transcript applicant to assess the need for them to take these complements.
- The master's degree is aimed at students, Spanish or foreign, who can prove that they meet the legal requirements for access to official master's degree courses, as set out in requirements . Students must hold an official Spanish university degree or another qualification issued by an educational institution in the European Higher Education Area that entitles them to access master's degree courses in the country issuing the qualification.
Graduates from educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area may also be admitted without the need to have their degrees recognised. The University will verify that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees, which entitle them to access postgraduate program. Access by this route will not imply, under any circumstances, the homologation of the previous degree held by the interested party, nor its recognition for purposes other than that of studying for the Master's degree.
You must register at Portal MiUnav and fill in the form with your personal details.
You must attach the required documentation:
- National Identity Card (National Identity Card) or Passport.
- University degree. If candidate has not yet completed its studies, admission to the programme will be conditional on obtaining the degree before the start of the master's degree.
- transcript academic.
- Curriculum vitae.
- Letter of motivation explaining the reasons for applying for admission to the programme.
- Accreditation of level knowledge of Spanish B2 of the framework Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or equivalent. Candidates who do not have certification may take the level certification exam at institute of modern languages of the University of Navarra.
Shortlisted candidates will have a personal interview (may be online) with a member of the Master's Academic Committee.
You will have to pay a €100 processing fee.
Methods of payment:
- Via Internet, through Portal miUNAV.
- In cash (in person, at the Admission Service of the University of Navarra).
- By bank transfer to the account indicated below. The payment receipt must include the full name of applicant and the word "ADMISIÓN":
CaixaBank (Carlos III, 8 31002 Pamplona)
IBAN: ES92 Account number: 2100 9161 47 2200152057
Candidates who do not have certification may take the level certification exam at institute of modern languages of the University of Navarra.
Candidates who do not have Spanish as their mother tongue language must accredit their level of Spanish, which can be certificate through the following exams:
- DELE B2 (Instituto Cervantes)
- Subject Test in Spanish with Listening of the SAT (score 540-670)
- Tests of the Instituto de language and Spanish Culture (ILCE) level B2
Students who do not have the minimum level of Spanish may enrol in the summer courses of the ILCE or equivalent institution in order to achieve the required language skills before the start of the course.
All students with university studies carried out abroad, must apply for the equivalence of average grades of their university studies. This document is essential for the assessment of their admission to the programme.
- Admission to the Master's Degree is open from 1 October to 1 September each year. The admission process to the Master is always open until fill in the maximum number of places.
- Once the application for admission has been received, the secretary of the Studies Committee of postgraduate program evaluates requirements legal requirements for access to the degree. Subsequently, the Academic Committee of the Master's Degree proceeds to the assessment and admission of the application based on the following criteria: transcript academic (70%), curriculum vitae (15%) and personal motivation (15%).
- The management committee of the School of Sciences issues the finalreport on admission and, finally, the Admission Service of the University of Navarra informs candidate of the resolution of the admission application. In the case of a favourable decision, you will receive all the necessary information to formalise the enrollment.
- The decision on the application for admission can be found on Portal at candidate.
- Admitted students must pay the pre-enrollment as an advance payment of the costs of enrollment in the Master's degree they are going to study. The amount is €1,000 (this pre-enrollment fee will only be refundable if the student has not passed Degree/licentiate degree ).