A post-graduate scientific qualification for first or second cycle graduates continuing their studies.
Professional Master Programmes can be either first or second level: first-level Masters are open to first cycle graduates, second-level Masters to second cycle graduates.
Graduates from pre-reform degree programmer are eligible for both first and second level Professional Master’s Programmes.
A professional degree, formerly known in the US as a first professional degree, is a degree that prepares someone to work in a particular profession, often meeting the academic requirements for licensure or accreditation. Professional degrees may be either graduate or undergraduate entry, depending on the profession concerned and the country, and may be classified as bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees. For a variety of reasons, professional degrees may bear the name of a different level of qualification from their classification in qualifications, e.g., some UK professional degrees are named bachelor’s but are at master’s level, while some Australian and Canadian professional degrees have the name “doctor” but are classified as master’s or bachelor’s degrees.
Why enrol to a Professional Master?
Obtaining a degree represents the moment of convergence of a student’s interests and expectations. A Professional Master is the ideal complement to any university studies, offering entry to the world of work.
The Professional Master is a post-graduate qualification.
It is a flexible university programme marked by a greater level of multidisciplinarity than conventional degree programmes. Competences and knowledge from different areas interact in the Professional Master to respond to the need for new professional figures and new specialisations.
We have more than 100 pre-described programs in the Professional Masters.