The University of Salamanca has set the entry requirements to these three Masters with a view to selecting highly qualified candidates. The requirements are as follow:
- An undergraduate degree in areas that match and/or provide an adequate background for the selected concentration.
- A statement of purpose. Give a brief statement outlining your reasons for undertaking a graduate program, your interest in a particular area of specialization, your past academic work, and your plans for future occupation or profession. No more than two pages.
- A satisfactory level of mastering of the English language is required. If the candidate’s undergraduate training has not been in English or if his/her mother tongue is not English, the University of Salamanca will require an English as a Foreign Language Test. If the applicant belongs to a partner institution of our Global and International Studies Program, that institution is responsible for testing the candidate’s English proficiency.
- At least two letters of recommendation.These letters should contain the following kinds of information:
- circumstances under which referee has known the student.
- the referee’s evaluation of the student’s overall intellectual ability (e.g., analytical power, critical facility, theoretical skills); independence of thought (e.g., insight, imagination, creativity); effectiveness of communication, oral and written; motivation, persistence, self-discipline, thoroughness, etc., and
- the referee’s assessment of the student’s long run, overall probable contribution.
- the referee should send the letters directly to us through the our “contact us” page.
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae.
- Student Visas: To be processed by the Spanish Consulate after receiving the Salamanca’s letter or acceptance
Admissions Committee for cohort starting September 2019:
- Professor Ivan Llamazares, Chair
- Professor John Sutton
- Professor Fernando Lopez-Alves