In order to take part in the Double Master Program, students must have successfully completed three years of a Bachelor’s degree in Scientific Disciplines (180 ECTS credits), such as Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Physics and similar degrees. In the case of Spanish students (where BSc are 240 ECTS credits), the student will need to have 180 ECTS approved by the time of starting this Program. For the preregistration, it will suffice to have 120 ECTS credits approved and to be officially registered in 60 ECTS credits in Bachelor of Chemistry.
Students interested in taking part in this Program should first fill the on-line pre-registration attaching the required documents: Motivation Letter, CV and Transcript of Records (language certificates) of the BSc.
A Selection Committee composed of academic members both from the University of Bordeaux (UBx) and the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) will decide on the candidates selected to take part in the Double Master Program. Personal interviews may be carried out with preselected candidates if necessary. Once the final decision is made, the Selection Committee will inform the candidates of their decision, and the selected candidates will have to register at their home institution.
The home institution for Spanish students will be the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), and the one for French or any other International student will be the University of Bordeaux (UBx).
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