IMPORTANT: It is only necessary to apply to one of the Universities, either to the University of Salamanca or to the University of Valladolid.
For updated information see “Official Masters University of Salamanca”
To be eligible for admission to official university master’s degree studies it is necessary
to hold at least one of the following qualifications:
Access through the latter alternative shall in no case entail official approval orrecognition as equivalent of the former qualification held by the interested party, norshall it entail its recognition for purposes other than that of pursuing the master’s degree studies.
First Period: From March 1 to July 30 (students have to enroll even if they do not have their degree yet, which can be submitted later)
Only students who have provided the required documentation at the time of self preenrolment shall be eligible for admission. The academic committee for each master’s degree shall apply the specific merit assessment criteria established for admission to the relevant study plan.
Admission and enrolment periods are as follows:
List of admissions Enrolment period (SELF ENROLMENT)
||Listas de admitidos|
|July 12||July 13-18|
|July 25||July 26-28|
|September 14||September 15-19|
Students will receive official notification at the email address they have indicated in their application form. They will receive URL link, instructions and passwords, username and login to access their online application and register according to the indicated deadlines. If students do not register within the given deadlines, they give up on their placement. Once they check on their status an R (renunciation) will appear on their online application. The Secretary of the Center can change this situation if there are vacancies.
** IMPORTANT: Original documentation has to be submitted at the beginning of the academic year at the secretary of the Faculty of Philology
Admissions will be officially notified by email to the address provided by thestudent in the self pre-enrolment form. The student will also receive the URL,instructions and password, username and login to access the self enrolment process,which is to be completed within the deadlines indicated above. Students may consulttheir personal situation on the website of the University of Salamanca on the specifieddates.
Students who to not complete enrolment within the period established on thecorresponding admission list shall be considered to have renounced their place. Whenthese students consult the state of their enrolment or personal situation, the letter R(renunciation) shall appear. This situation may be modified by the Secretary’s Office of the Centre provided there are vacancies and no students on the waiting list.Students must consult the specific criteria for each master’s degree on the corresponding webpage.
The original documents must be submitted to the Secretary’s Office of the Centre that coordinates the master’s degree before the beginning of the academic year.
Secretaría de la Facultad de Filología
Plaza de Anaya, s/n
or call: 00 34 923294446
PRE-ENROLMENT, ADMISSION AND ENROLMENT
INFORMATION IN ENGLISH: SELF PRE-ENROLMENT
Click on Pre-enrolment. The following screen will appear:
1. For students with an USAL ID (link on the left):
Use your User ID and USAL email account password to access self pre-enrolment.
If you have a USAL account but cannot remember its password
Have you forgotten your password?
2) For external students (link on the right):
If you do not have a USAL account, self registration must be done through the IDUSAL portal.
Self registration at
If you have problems with your IDUSAL access credentials
TO APPLY TO THE MASTER’S PROGRAM, STUDENTS WITH A SPANISH UNIVERSITY DEGREE MUST SUBMIT:
IMPORTANT: ALL DOCUMENTS THAT REQUIRE TRANSLATION MUST INCLUDE CERTIFIED AND LEGALIZED TRANSLATIONS INTO SPANISH
Undergraduates of English Studies or Translation (with English as primary language), are not required to take a language test if the average grade of completed English courses is at least “Notable”. No testing is necessary if the applicant is able to provide documentation of their language level (i.e. Escuela Oficial de Idiomas, TOEFL, Cambridge Certificate, Proficiency, TOIC, etc.).
Students who cannot provide language level certification must complete an interview and will be asked to write an admission essay in English.
Students who hold an international degree from a University pertaining to the European System of Higher Education (EEES), need to present all of these documents (6) plus a certificate from their university (legally translated into Spanish) specifying that their degree (240 credits) enables them to pursue a master’s degree.
Countries within the EEES:
Students holding degrees from outside the EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION (EEES), need to apply for the FOREIGN DEGREE EVALUATION OF THEIR DEGREE (EVALUACIÓN DEL TÍTULO EXTRANJERO).