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Master in Clinical Optometry and Vision Therapy

Course Summary

Applications being accepted

1 year

October 1st, 2020 to September 30th, 2021

Online + clinical training

Virtual Classroom, e-tutor and materials


Includes certificate and shipping


7th EDITION- The Master programme will develop contents related to anatomy and function of the visual system. Furthermore, fundamentals of the Clinical Optometry, Low Vision, Rehabilitation and Vision Therapy will be studied. This must allow the student to know and apply the different programmes of evaluation, intervention, treatment and visual rehabilitation.

Among the main job opportunities, students may work in clinics, hospitals, optical centres, research centres and companies related to Optometry.

Duration: 1 year

Modality: Online + clinical training

Estimated number of study hours: 1500 (100 hours/module)

Start Date: October 2020.

Entry Requirements:

To study this Master, the student must hold a degree in Optometry or equivalent.

Students with other academic or professional profiles must contact with SAERA (info@saera.eu) before submitting the enrolment form.

Study Programme




Paediatric Optometry


October 2020

Ocular Biometry


November 2020

Fundamentals of Ocular Motility and Binocular Vision


December 2020

Research Methods in Health Sciences


January 2021

Low Vision and Rehabilitation


February 2021

Amblyopia, Strabismus and Oculomotricity


March 2021

Advanced Contact Lens Fitting


April 2021

Binocular Vision and Accommodation: Assessment and Treatment


May 2021

Optometric Management in Refractive Surgery Patients


June 2021

Vision Therapy and Cognition


July 2021

Master´s Thesis


Until October 2021

Clinical Training


Until October 2021

Contact us to request the full programme at info@saera.eu


Clinical Training

The clinical training is one of the modules of the Master and we will arrange it for you in a clinic or hospital near you. If you have worked in the field for more than 3 years, and you do not wish to do the clinical training, you can get an exemption.

Duration: 100 – 250 hours

Master´s Thesis

A tutor will be assigned to the students to guide and supervise them through the Thesis –Writing Process. The Master´s thesis should be an original piece of work which demonstrates that students are able to apply the knowledge acquired from the Master.  The Master´s thesis will be related to any topic as far as it is related to the subjects taught on the Master.


The methodology of this Master is adapted to the e-learning model. Our classes are asynchronous, i.e. it is not necessary to be in the campus on a determined schedule.

This model is extremely flexible allowing you to study around existing work and family commitments. 

The Master consists of 10 modules, with a duration of one month each. You will find the module content available from day one. The programme is developed in a continuous evaluation. The student must submit the assignments proposed by the teacher, as well as the questionnaires that they may contain. The evaluation will be conducted entirely online.

The distance learning model combines teaching through virtual classroom, tutorial support and online self-learning.

The students of the Master are connected and in constant communication through the discussion forums and the internal messaging of the virtual campus itself. This will help them solve doubts by exchanging knowledge and acquiring greater skills when it comes to passing each module.


Teaching Board

Students are supported by asynchronous discussion with e-tutors – all leading clinicians in their field.

Vicente Fernández Sánchez PhD: Optometrist, Pharmacist and PhD in Vision Science. Teacher at University of Murcia and Director of the Clinic of Integral Vision at University of Murcia, Spain.

Mar Argudo Iturriaga PhD: PhD in Optometry and Vision Sciences. Optician and Optometrist at Mar Argudo Óptica S.L., Optometrist at University Hospital of la Ribera and Optometrist at Hospital Virgen del Consuelo.

Rafael José Pérez Cambrodí PhD: PhD in Optometry and Vision Science. Director of the Optometry Unit and Clinic Coordinator of International Hospital Medimar in Alicante, Spain.

David Piñero LLorens PhD: Specialist in pre and post surgery Optometry Techiques, Teacher at University of Alicante, Optician and Optometrist of the Ophthalmology Department at International Hospital Medimar in Alicante and Scientific Coordinator in Foundation for Visual Quality – FUNCAVIS, Spain.

Adrián Pérez Baladrón Msc: Specialist in Low Vision and Rehabilitation at Clínica Baviera, Spain and other ophthalmologic clinics.

Salut Albà Arbalat MSc: Specialist in Vision Rehabilitation. Clinical Optometrist in Visual Pathway Laboratory, Neuro-ophthalmology Department of August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute – IDIBAPS, Spain.

José Antonio Calvache Anaya Msc: Specialist in pre and post surgery Techniques of Refractive Surgery and Cataracts. Optician and Optometrist at Clínica Baviera, Spain.

Carmen Bilbao Porta MSc: Optometrist, Master in Low Vision and Rehabilitation, Expert in Paediatric Optometry and Vision Therapy. Optometrist at Policlínica Alto Aragón, Huesca, Spain.

Pilar Morte Palacios MSc: Optometrist, Master in Clinical Optometry and Master in Visual Rehabilitation. Optometrist at Optometry Centre DVISUAL.

Clara Navarro Barrachina MSc: Psychologist, Master in Learning Difficulties and Learning Coordinator of SAERA.


You will receive a Master Certificate in Clinical Optometry and Vision Therapy. The certificate obtained upon completion of the Master will be issued and certified by University Isabel I.


Optional recognition

The students have the option to include in their certificate the recognition of the Hague Apostille. A country that signs the Hague Convention recognizes the legal effectiveness of a public document issued in another country that signs the Convention.

If the convention applies between two countries, such apostille is sufficient to certify a document’s validity, and removes the need for double-certification, by the originating country and then by the receiving country.


Thus, when you bring your own legalised certificate to your country, you will be able to prove that it is certified by an officially recognised university in Spain.


To acquire it, consult us .

Also visit the Updated list of the Countries adhering to the Convention

Start Dates and Application Deadlines

It may take several days to complete all steps of the application procedure, so make sure to start your application well in time.

FIRST CALL : from October 1st, 2020 to September 30th, 2021

Application Deadline: September 20th, 2020

Registration open now. 

SECOND CALL : from February 1st, 2021 to January 31st, 2022

Application Deadline: January 20th, 2021

THIRD  CALL : from June 1st, 2021 to May 31st, 2022.

Application Deadline: May 20th, 2021


Application and Admission


Steps to enrol


1- Download your enrolment form and fill it .

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

3- Await our response confirming your elegibility

4- Confirm your place and payment option

5. Proceed with the payment of the first instalment to formalise your enrolment.


What is required in my application?

You must submit:

(1) enrolment 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 size picture 

(6) payment of the total fee or first instalment.


Need Help Enrolling?

If you need any assistance in enrolling, please feel free to contact us at info@saera.eu or send us a text using our WhatsApp number (+34) 651 439 480 and one of our staff will assist you.

Fees and Payment Plan

Pay in full



You have the option to instantly finance your course up to 12 months. Contact us at info@saera.eu and request more info.


Payment Methods

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Paying your tuition fees by bank transfer

The payment must be made to the below bank account:

Bank account:  ES37 0049 1078 1626 1062 1943

Bank: Banco Santander           


Account holder: School of Advanced Education, Research and Accreditation, S.L.

Reference: “Master in Optometry– Name and Surname” 


We will send you a payment request by email with a link to our PayPal account, where you can make the payment using your credit or debit card.