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ADMISSIONS

Steps to enroll

1- Check the entry requirements, start dates and fees

2- Download your application form and fill it in

3- Email your application form along with the supporting documents required to information@saera.eu

4- Await our response confirming your elegibility

5- Confirm your place and choose a payment plan

What background do I need to be admitted?

  • Our online programmes have specific entry requirements which you will find on the relevant programme page on this website. In your application you need to demonstrate that you meet these criteria. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any doubt about your qualification.

What is required in my registration?

For a MASTER and EXPERT CERTIFICATE you must submit: (1) a completed enrollment form, (2) copy of your resume or CV, (3) copy of Diploma or Degree, (4) copy of your passport or national ID,(5) a passport picture, and (6) the payment of the total fee or first installment.

For a POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA you must submit a completed application form and make the payment for the Course.

Is any financing option available?

Yes. The students of the Masters will be able to make the payment of the fee in up to nine installments. Contact us and we will detail these options for you.

MASTERS, EXPERT CERTIFICATES AND POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

What will the certificates actually say?

Your diploma will state that the University Isabel I de Castilla grants you the Postgraduate Master, Expert Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma. Neither the Diploma nor the transcript will differentiate the mode (online or otherwise) in which you completed the Courses or Masters. You can check that the University Isabel I de Castilla is accredited by the Spanish Ministry of Education here.

Are there other options if I do no want to take a full Master?

We recognize that not everyone needs a full Master to get value out of these courses. That is why there will be a variety of tracks in addition to the full Master option. Postgraduate Diplomas and Expert Certificates are shorter taught postgraduate courses that include Masters-level content but take less time to complete. They may be more suitable for you if you’re not interested in academic research, because you will not have to write a dissertation.

This can allow you to complete a specific part of a Masters and still come away with a postgraduate qualification, being this option popular with professionals looking to improve their CV or change careers.

What are the benefits of postgraduate short programme?

Expert Certificates and Postgraduate Diplomas can be beneficial since:

  • – You will obtain a postgraduate qualification without the same financial or time commitments of a full Masters degree
  • – They will give you specialist knowledge
  • – You can improve your career prospects and increase your earning potential.

Transferring between Postgraduate and Masters programmes

It is possible to switch between postgraduate qualifications within the same degree program. Contact us if you wish to get more information.

Why would study the Master by modules?

Our programs are tailored to fit you, the working professional. We have a recommended sequence for completing your Master in one year, but you can take as many or as few modules as you are comfortable taking. We will save your marks for the next edition when you will be able to choose again how many modules you will take. Contact us and we will explain you how to proceed.

MODULES AND COURSES

I am currently working so I do not have too much time to study, how many study hours per day/week are required?

Our Master and Courses are aimed at professionals who need to update their knowledge or improve their skills while they keep working. For this reason you will not have assigned class times. Instead, your Courses will always be asynchronous, which means you decided when to log in and learn, how often and how many hours. You will have the flexibility to study on your schedule.

Will I get to know my tutors and classmates?

You will collaborate with your classmates through discussions and group activities as well as informal chat rooms. You will be in the same way in touch with your teachers in case you have any doubts or need additional information.

Where do I get course materials? Do I have to buy books?

Participants of the program receive a password that enables them to access the Virtual Classroom where all the material will be available at the beginning of each Module/Course. Recommended text books, articles and specialized magazines for all courses are also listed in the Virtual Classroom. Many readings are provided in PDF format or through online links.

How am I going to be evaluated?

The assessment can be made up of tutor-marked assignments, usually essay or short-answer questions, clinical cases, etc. and computer-marked assignments which are made up of a series of questions and you choose the answers from a given selection. The final mark will be the arithmetic mean of the marks obtained in the assignments. Marks are expressed in numbers from 1 to 10, where a 5 or over is considered a Pass.

You must submit your assignments on or before the deadline given at the beginning of each module unless you have been granted an extension before the deadline date.