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Master in Sciences, Technologies and Environmental Management

2018/2019 · 60 credits

Introduction

The University Master’s in Science, Technology and Environmental Management has been blessed with a wide teaching path from the Faculty of Science since 1991, firstly as an actual qualification from the Universidad de A Coruña within the COMETT Programme of the E.U. of collaboration between universities and industry then later as an Official Postgraduate Programme and as a University Master’s verified in 2007. During this time, it has been able to rely on the collaboration of the teaching body, researchers and other personnel from industries, universities and research centres, maintaining great demand and graduated students have effectively entered the workplace. In 2012 it merged with University Master’s in Environmental and Fundamental Chemistry of the Universidad de A Coruña to optimise human resources and infrastructures, whilst maintaining high quality teaching.

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Prices for Spain or EU resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment with residence in Spain or EU
1,882€
Prices for Spain or EU non resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment without residence in Spain or EU
3,481€
Offered place for academic course 2018/2019
24

Why study

The University Master’s in Science, Technology and Environmental Management offers advanced and inter-disciplinary training of specialists with skills in the areas of the environment and chemistry through specialisation in two paths which the student can choose depending on his or her interest, objectives and previous training The two paths offered by the Master’s span an enormous economic and working market with great demand for qualified specialists and job opportunities geared towards improving the productive sector, the protection of the environment and health and the continuous training of professionals amongst others. The specialisation obtained in the Master’s improves the graduate’s professional skills. All students who complete the Master’s must do a job at the end which lasts 3 months, including the mandatory practicals with applied focus of a research or professional nature. In the case of the research focus, this is developed under the supervision of a researcher belonging to an accredited research group and will be used as initiation to research for those students who wish to continue with a doctorate. The work at the end of the Master’s with a professional focus is done in a company or public institution where the student can apply the concepts and skills which he or she has learned in an actual professional environment. The Master’s pays particular attention to the professional emphasis and provides collaborative agreements to carry out external practicals with numerous companies and public bodies of various fields, which means the students, are given a wide offer of professional practices.

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Roadmap

Starting academic year 2012/2013
Authorization Xunta Council date 08/11/2012
Authorization DOG publication date 19/11/2012
Official BOE publication date 23/04/2013
DOG syllabus publication date 26/08/2015
BOE syllabus publication date 18/08/2015