Q1. Do I need to have my bachelor (or other studies) finished to proceed with the application and pre-enrollment procedure?
A1: No, you can proceed with the pre-enrolment procedure and provide as much information (degree title, expected graduation date, transcript of records, ...) as possible. You must have finished your studies by the time the official registration takes place (September 2012).
Q2. Do you offer any financial support?
A2. While the master program does not provide specific forms of financial aid, the site Financial Aids, Grants, and Calls (UAB Searcher) contains useful information.
Q3. What is the master's official language?
A3. The master program is totaly conducted and managed in english. All the subjects are thaught in english, and english is the only communication language whithin the master program.
Q4. My Bachelor degree is not in Engineering, Science or Economics. Can I still apply for admission?
A4 Besides the official requirements for admission, you should be aware that, because of the strong focus on analytical and quantitative methods, including applied mathematical theories, empirical statistics methods and operations research, candidates are highly recommended to have passed some undergraduate preparation in IT fundamentals, calculus and linear algebra.
Q5. I am not from an EU country, how can I apply for visa and residence permit?
A5 Once you are accepted to enroll the master, the International Welcome Point will contact you in order to support you through this process. You must follow their guidelines.
Q6. Does this master enable the access to PhD studies?
A6 Yes. As an official and recognized 120 ECTS master program, you will be elegible for accessing to a PhD program where the LSCM background meets its skill requirements.