How to apply?

The admission process serves to ensure that all students meet the programme’s requirements and thus guarantee an optimal work environment during the course. You can apply online or in person, and in both cases you will need to provide the required documents. Follow the instruction to this link:

https://www.uab.cat/web/postgraduate/master-in-landscape-intervention-and-heritage-management/admission-application-1217916968041.html/param1-2409_en/param2-2000/

When is the deadline of submitting my application?

Application dates: from 04/07/2018 to 17/10/2018
In the event of seats remaining once the final date of application is expired, the coordination may prolongue it.

What are the documents that I should submit to support my application?

Required documentation:

  • Official Bachelor Degree or comparable (if still pending, please click here)
  • Academic record
  • DNI, TIE or valid passport
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of motivation

How much is the application fee and how should I pay for it?

Price: 10200€

This programme offers payment in several installments.
You can request the details contacting the User Information Office of the Graduate School (phones: (+34) 93 581 2491, (+34) 93 581 4213, (+34) 93 581 4875).

Enrolment payment methods

You can pay in three ways:

  • With credit or debit card (Visa and MasterCard accepted).
  • By bank transfer.
  • With proof of payment at any branch of BBVA.

If you need to pay in any another way, please contact us in ep.automatricula@uab.cat

Is there any financial assistance provided to the admitted students?

At the UAB grants’ website you will find information on financial aids, grants, competitions, prizes and subsidies for the university community. The portal includes aids offered by UAB and calls from other institutions that may be an interest for students.

In this website you will find a specific page for UAB-specific master’s degrees and graduate diplomas’ grants.

What about internships?

UAB masters and graduate diplomas may include or facilitate external academic internships in companies or institutions in order to help the student to achieve a level of expertise that facilitates the insertion or promotion in the workplace.

These internships may be curricular (compulsory) or non-curricular (optional).

Curricular

Curricular practices are those which are included in the curriculum of the studies and, therefore, must be overcome to obtain the degree. The programme manager will explain you the details of how, where and under what conditions you should do the internship.

Non-curricular

As a UAB student, you have access to the University occupation portal, Treball Campus, through which you can participate in selection processes for non-curricular practices as well as getting a contract. In both cases, you need to sign up to the Nexus application.

Where the master’s classes take place?

The Master’s sessions will take place in the Barcelona city centre, at the Museum of History of Barcelona (MUHBA).

C/ Baixada de la Llibreteria, Barcelona

Are the workshops includes in the master fee?

All the workshops offered by the master are 100% included in the total cost of the programme without the need for extra payments whether they are in the city of Barcelona or abroad. This obviously includes the lessons, materials and visits that are provided during the workshop apart from food and accommodation.

Which kind of career opportunities may offer this master?

When finishing the formative cicle defined by the programme, the students would be able of professionally participate in different expertise and professional fields:

  • Private professional offices working on: architecture, urbanism, landscape architecture or engineering and infraestructures design.
  • Private professional consultancy offices devoted to the assessment regarding envirionmental and landscape management or the analysis, proposal and evaluation of territorial and environmental projects.
  • Different areas of the public administration or any public institution related with the design of policies regarding the urban and territorial planning.
  • ONG or any type of civil organisation leading or participating in projects related to landscape and heritage intervention and management.

Access requirements

The master programme is open to any student with a superior basic formation (minimum 180 ECTS) in any specific field of knowledge dealing with landscape and heritage in a wide sense. Thus, students with a technical, environmental, social humanities or scientific background are wellcome. Technicians and practitioners both working at the private and the public sector are also able to attend the programme.
When proposing the final master project, veryfing the succesful attendance of the whole formative cicle of the programme would be a requirement.