Master in Athletic Training and Therapy

The Master in Athletic Training and Therapy program seeks to provide students with a High-quality education, a social understanding, and personal development, implementing and innovative and international program based on the self-motivation and empathy of the student with athletes and their environment.

  • International training to prepare students to certified as Athletic Trainer in North America and Europe.
  • Learn the latest techniques used in United States in physical therapy for sports.
  • International work experience: In the first year you will carry out work experience at professional, university and school teams. In the second year, you will go on a three month stage at an American university, where you will attend class and carry out clinical immersion.
  • The master’s course allows you to take the Certified Athletic Trainer exam, enabling you to work in the US.
  • Learn with the best professionals: Fernando Reyes Gil, with 17 years experience at Real Madrid CF and Sergio Toba Domínguez, physiotherapist for different NBA players.



  • DEGREE: UCJC Master’s
  • DURATION: 2 academic year (120 ECTS)
  • METHODOLOGY: in-person
  • LANGUAGE: English
  • TIMETABLE:
  • START DATE – END DATE

  • Learn all the techniques used in the USA to prevent and treat sports injuries and athletes, including the latest techniques and studies.
  • The Athletic Training and Therapy Master’s Degree qualifies you to take the Certified Athletic Trainer exam, allowing you to work in the US.
  • Learn all the techniques used in the USA to prevent and treat sports injuries and athletes, including the latest techniques and studies.
  • It affords students a true American university experience, and you will learn in the system which publishes the most scientific papers in health sciences.

  • Mr Álvaro García-Romero: 
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy. ​
    • Master’s in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • PhD student in Concussions.​
    • Director of the UCJC Master’s in Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Spanish Swimming Federation.​
    • Nutritional advisor for Watford FC and Fiorentina.
  • Dr Diego Gutiérrez
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Master’s in Coaching and Sports Management.​
    • PhD in Sports Science and Physical Activity​
    • Physical trainer for Atlético de Madrid SAD.​
    • Head Coach at the Atlético de Madrid Academy.​
    • Coach for elite athletes and trainers.
  • Mr Alain Sola
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s in High Performance Sports.​
    • Coordinator of Aquatic Area at Real Madrid CF.​
    • Director of Aquatic Area at ASPIRE (Qatar). ​
    • Physical Preparation Area Coordinator at Leonesa CF
  • Mr Roberto Murias 
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s in Biomechanics and Assessment.​
    • Researching PhD in Health Sciences​
    • Physiotherapist Complutense Cisneros Rugby Club.​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Rugby Federation.​
    • World Rugby Medical Educator.
  • Dr Juan del Coso
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Expert in ergogenic aids.​
    • Doctor in sports performance.​
    • Head of the UCJC physiology exercise lab.​
    • Scientific advisor for the Spanish Football Federation.​
    • Author of several publications in the first quartile of JCR
  • Ms Mar Álvarez 
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Master’s in High Performance Sports.​
    • Physical trainer at the Salvador Rugby Club​
    • Physical trainer for the Spanish National Team.​
    • World Rugby Strength and Conditioning Educator​
    • N3 Coach Spanish Rugby Federation.
  • Dr Ignacio Torreño
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Master’s in High Performance Sports.​
    • PhD in Sports Science and Physical Activity​
    • Physical trainer for ACF Fiorentina, FC Basel, Maccabi Tel Aviv.​
    • Sports therapist at RCF Espanyol. ​
    • Physical trainer for Kutznesova tennis players, Dementiev
  • Dr Juan Cota
    • Medical Doctor.​
    • Specialised orthopaedic surgeon.​
    • Head of Medical Services Real Club Celta de Vigo.​
    • Doctor of the Royal Spanish Football Federation.​
    • Personal physician for different football players.​
    • Surgeon at Hospital Quirón.
  • Mr Rafael Maldonado
    • Degree in Sports Science and Physical Activity.​
    • Master’s in High Performance Team Sports.​
    • Physical Trainer Spanish National Football Team.​
    • Physical trainer at Watford FC, ACF Fiorentina, Udinese.​
    • Physical advisor of Juventus CF, Real Zaragoza.​
    • Physical trainer for G Rossi, Bartra, Rafa Nadal, Carlos Moyá …
  • Dr Tomás Fernández 
    • Degree in Medicine.​
    • Specialist in Family and Community Medicine.​
    • Ultrasound specialist.​
    • Member of the SEMERGEN scientific committee.​
    • Specialist in ecoguided techniques.​
    • Lecturer at several institutions and universities.
  • Mr Alberto León
    • Diploma in Physiotherapy.​
    • University expert in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Head of medical services at Watford, FC (Premier League)​
    • Physiotherapist and sports therapist at ACF Fiorentina, Udinese.​
    • Physiotherapist at Watford FC and ASPETAR (Qatar)​
    • Physiotherapist for Carla Suarez.
  • Mr Paul Dorochenko
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Specialist in sports physiotherapy.​
    • Expert in neuromotor reprogramming.​
    • Physiotherapist of the ATP.​
    • Physiotherapist for Roger Federer, Sergi Bruguera, Ljubicic.​
    • Director of the CIRD, Calderona and Valencia Tennis Academy
  • Mr Fernando Reyes Gil
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s in Health and Sports Care.​
    • Physiotherapist for Real Madrid CF​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Basketball Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Spanish Baseball Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Real Club Canoe NC
  • Dr Josep Benítez
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • University specialist in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Doctor in Physiotherapy at UCAM.​
    • Physiotherapist Valencia Básquet.​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Athletics Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Juan Carlos Ferrero tennis academy
  • Mr Sergio Toba
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Specialist in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Basketball Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist for several ACB basketball teams.​
    • Physiotherapist for Khimki CB, Los Angeles Lakers, ​
    • Physiotherapist for elite basketball and soccer players.
  • Mr Daniel Reguera Correales
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Director of the Master’s in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Physiotherapist for Watford FC, ACF Fiorentina, Udinese CF ​
    • Physiotherapist for the Qatari National Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist for ASPIRE and ASPETAR.
  • Mr Juan Muro 
    • Diploma in Physiotherapy.​
    • Specialist in sports physiotherapy.​
    • Physical therapist at Larios Athletics Club.​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Football Federation.​
    • Physiotherapist at Real Madrid CF.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Croatia National Team for the 1998 football world cup.
  • Dr Sebastián Truyolls 
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s degree in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Doctor in Physiotherapy.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Atlético de Madrid SAD.​
    • Physiotherapist for the Madrid Football Federation.​
    • Author of numerous publications in major journals
  • Mr Ramón Punzano
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master’s in Sports Physiotherapy.​
    • Head of physiotherapy for the Comunidad Valenciana Open 500​
    • Juan Carlos Ferrero Tennis Academy.​
    • Physiotherapist for David Ferrer and Pablo Andújar. ​
    • Physiotherapist at the Spanish Athletics Federation.
  • Dr Ladislao Campos 
    • Graduated in Physiotherapy.​
    • Master manual orthopaedic  therapy.​
    • Doctor in Physiotherapy.​
    • Instructor at Maitland.​

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  • Promote academic excellence
    • UCJC connects social sciences, natural sciences, and research, through a multidisciplinary approach to knowledge. This program addresses the need of understanding health and life in all of its dimensions and facets.
  • Encourage social commitment
      • COMMUNICATION
        • To listen in order to be able to understand and thus express themselves in an efficient way.
      • EMPATHY/HUMILITY
        • To connect with the athlete and multidisciplinary team to understand and focus on the individual.
      • INTERNATIONAL
        • Scholars from diverse backgrounds and seniority will join an intellectual force to present and share innovative findings, best practices, case studies, comparative analysis, and cross-national approaches that unite sports with science.
      • RESPECT/HUMILITY
        • To understand their own identity. Consider where they were, are, and will be… where do they want to go?.
        • To develop the capacity of lifelong learning and constant improvement in both their academic knowledge as well as their behavior in their social environment.
      • PERSONAL GROWTH
        • To promote the search for motivation through the identification of the value and importance of the knowledge. To set the expectations of the present and future to create their own profile.
      • PASSION/COMMITMENT
        • To transmit the honesty of our daily work to the athlete and society. Empathize with the athlete and the multidisciplinary team.
        • To transmit the need to thirst for knowledge and extrapolate it to improve the development of our clinic.
      • INNOVATE
        • Unify three potential qualities: autonomy + motivation + reflection. These qualities will form innovative students, capable of leading and undertaking new scientific or business projects.
      • CRITICAL THINKING/REFLECTION/FLEXIBILITY
        • Create professionals capable of constructive criticism. Knowledge is acquired; with intellectual curiosity we advance; and with reflection and investigation science contributions are made.
      • RESILIENCE
        • Enhance the skills and strengths of the student as well as their confidence in their abilities.
        • Portray limitations/difficulties as learning opportunities.
        • Learn to view events optimistically.
        • Promote the search for help in necessary situations.
      • AUTONOMY
        •  Guide the student to become academically and professionally self-sufficient.
  • Enrich personal growth

  • The UCJC has devoted resources, materials and services for all qualifications are taught in small groups and in-person attention.
  • Our Villafranca Campus boasts over 100,000 m2 in a privileged setting, surrounded by nature and green areas. The campus has first-rate. modern and tranquil facilities located in Northwest Madrid fitted with all the necessary equipment for all activities included in degrees.
  • We have invested in new information technology to facilitate the university’s own teaching methods.

  • First year students can go on work experience in the United States over the summer, with different professional, university and high-school teams.
  • In the second year, students can go on a three month stage at one of our partner American universities, where they will attend class and carry out a clinical immersion.
  • The aim of this work experience is to practice as an Athletic Trainer and implement what has been learnt in the theoretical-practical part of the clinical immersion.
  • Students will learn different techniques in the field (ACUTE CARE), developing different action plans depending on the athlete’s pathology.
  • The Athletic Training and Therapist is responsible for preventing and treating serious injuries, physiotherapy and rehabilitation in the US, students will learn all the techniques prescribed for these treatments
  • Work experience centres:
    • Club Atletico de Madrid S.A.D.
    • Fundación Celta de Vigo.
    • Federación Española de Luchas Olímpicas y D.A.
    • Saint Louis University.
    • Athletic Club.

External Internship Regulations

External internships are the training activities carried out by Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students at a company, entity or organisation, whether private or public, with the aim of complementing their university education, and providing them with a first-hand insight into the reality of the professional field where they will exercise their activity once they have graduated. External academic internships may be curricular or extracurricular.

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APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP

Department of Quality

This report is the result of the follow-up of the Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Sports during the 2016-17 academic year, in which a total of 29 students have participated at different points of the year.

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Regulations for Remaining on Official Master’s Degrees at the Camilo José Cela University

This report is the result of the follow-up of the Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Sports during the 2016-17 academic year, in which a total of 29 students have participated at different points of the year. Students have participated through three survey campaigns:

  • A student participation of 30% was registered during the first semester. 8 students sent at least one survey, with a total of 80 out of the 260 available surveys being sent in.
  • During the second semester, 15 students participated, with 283 surveys out of the total 450 being completed. The level of participation thus rose to 62%.
  •  In the assessment surveys among students with the degree, 6 students out of the 28 enrolled sent their surveys. The percentage of participation stood at 21%

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Assistance for Students with Disabilities at UCJC

The Camilo José Cela University is an institution with an action policy that has always aimed to make its teaching activity available to everyone who has an interest in furthering their education and becoming great professional experts in their fields. In this regard, with the purpose of covering the educational and personal needs of all its students, it has an Assistance Service for Students with Disabilities (SAED) in place.

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Protocol of the external internship coordination, evaluation and follow-up system

Throughout the process, students are advised by key persons: the Academic Tutor, the Tutor from the internship entity and the Degree Director or Internship Coordinator assigned to them. According to the teaching load of the internship and the collaborating entity working hours, the tutor from the internship centre will agree with the student their schedule and the hours that they will have to attend the centre each week. The Degree Director or Internship Coordinator assigned to them must be aware of the student’s internship term conditions at the assigned entity or centre from the beginning. Students will not be able to change their assigned internship schedule or calendar.

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University Student Penalty Procedure and Legal System  

The disciplinary system for university students is currently and primarily regulated by the Decree of 8 September 1954, through which the Academic Discipline Regulation (RDA) of the official Higher Education and Technical Education Teaching Centres was approved. The purpose of this Regulation is to adapt the disciplinary and penalising regulations to the current situation, regulating unlawful and illegal conducts that are incompatible with university coexistence. It contains the different aspects related to penalties and the protocol to follow in the case that this type of behaviour is detected.

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Illnes Policy for Communicable Diseases

The UCJC Athletic Training Program recognizes the importance of minimizing the exposure of patients and others in the clinical setting to communicable diseases; therefore, it is recommended that athletic training students not attend their clinical assignment if they display any active signs and/or symptoms of a communicable disease. Education in the prevention of disease transmission for all individuals in the athletic training facilities as it relates to hand washing, mouth covering while coughing, personal hygiene, etc., is of the utmost importance. The athletic training student must immediately notify the Clinical Coordinator and their Preceptor when they become ill with a communicable disease. It is the option of the athletic training student whether or not to seek medical attention when they develop signs/symptoms of communicable disease, but seeking such attention is strongly recommended. The athletic training student, the Clinical Coordinator and Preceptor will discuss the length of the absence needed to assure the student is no longer infectious. Ultimately, the Clinical Coordinator and/or Preceptor will determine when the athletic training student is able to return to the clinical setting.

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Technical Standards

(adapted from BU Technical Standards)

Athletic training is an intellectually, physically, and psychologically demanding profession. The abilities that an athletic trainer needs to practice safely are those described below, in the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) standards, and in the Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer role delineation study/practice analysis. Candidates for the degree must be able to meet these minimum standards for successful completion of degree requirements.

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 Become a part of the Camilo José Cela University Learning Community

Starting the admission process at UCJC is making a commitment to your personal and professional development. Our admission process aims to take a step further from the knowledge acquired in your pre-university studies, and to learn more about your concerns, interests and help you discover your full potential.

Through the different phases and requirements, our admission process will gather information about you from an academic, professional and human point of view.

At UCJC, we follow a pedagogical model devised by the SEK Education Group, in which the student takes responsibility and participates in their own learning process. To this end, we have developed a process that allows us to identify the aspects in which you stand out and to assess your suitability for our new university model, which integrates interdisciplinarity, innovation and internationality as part of your professional and personal development.

THE PROCESS

What steps will you have to take to complete the UCJC admission process?

Admissions Period for 2018–2019 Academic Year Open

The application period for admission to degrees beginning in September/October opens on 1 February and closes one week before the start of classes, or when all places available have been filled. Send the request and the scanned documentation to admisiones@ucjc.edu

If the programme begins in the second semester, the admissions period will remain open until then. For doctoral programs, the admissions period is open all year. Before sending the application you must have an interview with the Academic Committee of the corresponding programme.

Compulsory documentation for all students:

  1. Admission request
  2. National ID Card (DNI) or Passport
  3. Academic grades certificate
  4. Qualifying degree or fee payment receipt
  5. Curriculum Vitae
  6. Cover Letter
  7. Letters of Recommendation (2)
  8. Payment receipt for the €40 bank transfer for admission, to cover the costs of document processing. This amount will in no case be refundable. The transfer will be made into the University’s (CEU SEK SA) account with Banco Santander
SANTANDER BANK BRANCH D.C. ACCOUNT NUMBER
IBAN ES62 0049 0789 53 2310917807

Compulsory additional documentation:

  • Master’s Degree in Secondary Education: B1 level of English or higher
  • Master’s Degree in International Education and Bilingualism: B2 level of English or higher
  • Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology: Certificate of having completed 90 ECTS in health-related subjects
  • In the case of accessing an Official Master’s Degree with a foreign degree: Certificate or letter from the University of origin, proving that you can access Postgraduate and/or Master’s studies with your degree
  • Doctorate: academic certificate, official master’s degree and acceptance letter from the UCJC Doctoral Commission
  • In order to complete internships that involve regular contact with minors, both through teaching and in voluntary work, students will have to present a certificate confirming they have no record in the Sex Offender Registry (1)

(1) In accordance with the new section 5 of Article 13 of Organic Law 1/1996, of 15 January, on the legal protection of minors, partially modifying the Civil Code and the Law on Civil Procedure (LO 1/1996 ), introduced by the recent Law 26/2015, of 28 July, modifying the child and adolescent protection system, published in the Official State Gazette (BOE) no. 180, of 29 July 2015, in force since last August (in accordance with its final provision 21): “5. In order to access and exercise professions, trades and activities that involve regular contact with minors, candidates will be required to prove that they have not been convicted by a final sentence for any crime against sexual freedom and indemnity, including sexual assault and abuse, sexual harassment, exhibitionism and sexual provocation, prostitution and sexual exploitation and the corruption of minors, as well as human trafficking. To this end, candidates seeking access to such professions, trades or activities must prove this circumstance by providing certification from the Sex Offender Registry.”

We will send a confirmation email within 24 hours of receiving the documentation. The Programme Director will arrange an interview with the candidate.

Original documentation will be delivered at the time of enrolment in order for it to be cross-checked.

ADMISSION OPENING HOURS FOR THE MADRID-VILLAFRANCA CAMPUS

PRIOR APPOINTMENT:

91 815 31 31

November-April

  • Monday to Friday
  • from 9am to 6pm.

May-October

  • Monday to Friday
  • from 9am to 8pm
  • Saturdays: from 10am to 2pm.

August

  • Monday to Friday
  • from 9am to 3pm.
  • Non-teaching days over Christmas and Easter, from 9am to 3pm

Contact: Telephone: 91 815 31 31 / E-mail: info@ucjc.edu   Address: C/ Castillo de Alarcón, 49 – Madrid 28692 (how to get here)

ADMISSION OPENING HOURS FOR THE MADRID-ALMAGRO OFFICE

PRIOR APPOINTMENT:

91 815 31 31

September-July

  • Monday to Friday
  • from 9am to 6pm.

August

  • Closed. Consult the Madrid-Villafranca Campus opening hours

Contact: Telephone: 91 815 31 31 / E-mail: info@ucjc.eduAddress: C/ Almagro, 5 – Madrid 28013 (how to get here)

Reserving a place

Once you receive your admission letter you will be able to reserve your place. From the date on which you receive the letter, you will have a period of 10 working days to pay for your reservation. Once this period has passed, places will be granted according to the date of the reservation.

All the degrees at UCJC have limited places. Paying for the reservation guarantees you a place for the next academic year, as long as there are places available at the time of payment. Place reservation fees vary according to the type of programme:

  • International bachelor’s degrees and official bachelor’s degrees: €700
  • Official Master’s Degrees: €600
  • University’s own Master’s Degrees: €400
  • Expert and Specialist Courses: €150
  • Higher Education Training Modules €300

This amount is only refunded if the student does not meet the legal requirements to access the university or the programme they want to study, at the time of enrolment.

Places can be reserved by authorising a direct debit via the admission application or by making a transfer to the University’s account (CEU SEK SA).

SANTANDER BANK BRANCH D.C. ACCOUNT NUMBER
IBAN ES62 0049 0789 53 2310917807

New students

  • All students must register before classes start. If for any reason you cannot formalise your enrolment within the assigned period, you must reserve your place in order to ensure your admission.
  • The admissions team will send a personalised email to each student informing them of the opening of the enrolment period for their degree, when appropriate.
  • Once you receive the email, you will need to request a prior appointment to formalise your enrolment.

Enrolment calendar

  • Regular period: once the student has received the email, at the beginning of the classes.
  • Extended period: only for students admitted after the start of classes, until 31 October for in-person bachelor’s degrees and 30 November for postgraduate courses.

Degrees that begin in the 2nd semester February/March

  • Regular period: once the student has received the email on classes (2 March).
  • Extended period: only for students admitted after the start of classes, until 15 March.

Prior appointment

You must request a prior appointment at the corresponding university office, in line with the following opening hours:

Madrid-Villafranca Campus

All degrees

Prior appointment tel.: 91 815 31 31 ( Secretary’s Office/Enrolment)

Opening hours:

  • 1st and 2nd Semester: Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 7am and Saturdays from 9.30am to 1.30pm
  • July: Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 6.30pm and Saturdays from 9.30am to 1.30pm
  • August: Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 2pm

Madrid-Almagro Office

Degrees that are taught at these premises

Prior appointment tel.: 91 298 01 23

Opening hours:

  • 1st and 2nd Semester: Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 2pm and from 3pm to 5.30pm
  • July: Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 2pm
  • August: closed

Non-in-person enrolment or enrolment for students on distance-learning degrees

These students must follow the same enrolment instructions and have the option of sending all the completed forms and all their notarially certified documentation by post.

Address:

Secretaria de Alumnos UNIVERSIDAD CAMILO JOSÉ CELACampus Madrid-VillafrancaC/Castillo de Alarcón, 4928692 Villanueva de la Cañada. Madrid.

Enrolment instructions

First-year students must enrol for the full course of the bachelor’s degree to which they were admitted.

On the day of the appointment, the student must go to the Student Secretary’s Office at the corresponding premises with the completed forms and documentation  indicated below for each case:

Forms

Students must complete the 3 forms listed below and consult the corresponding Enrolment Book for the codes of the subjects in their curriculum and the statistical codes that are requested in the enrolment form and in the statistical data for the ministry.

  • Enrolment Book
  • Enrolment forms, choose the one corresponding to your degree:
    • Official Degrees: University Bachelor’s Degrees and Master’s Degree (enrolment-bachelor’s degrees)
    • La Colmena, only for new students from in-person Bachelor’s Degrees who are enrolling on the complete first year.(download)
    • University’s own Postgraduate degrees: Master’s Degree, Expert or Specialist courses, or Higher Education Courses (download)
    • Doctoral Programme (download)
  • Direct Debit Form (download)
  • Statistical data form for the Ministry of Education, only for official degrees; choose the one corresponding to your degree:
  • Application for the University Smart Card
    • Essential as university accreditation and valid as a library card and as a method of payment in the Student Store and main cafeteria at the Villafranca campus. Besides presenting it you can benefit from great discounts within the network of shops, museums and theme parks affiliated with the programme.

Required documentation

Documentation you must provide, if you have not yet presented it to the Admission Application.

For all students, an original and copy of:

  • DNI or official documentation (Passport or NIE)
  • Receipt of having paid the Place Reservation, if already paid.
  • Official documentation proving access according to previous studies:

For students coming from the Higher Secondary Education course in Spain or a change of university:

  • Accreditation of having passed the PAUs or EVAU/Selectividad exams
  • Higher Secondary Education Grade Book
  • Request to transfer the transcript from the University in which the student sat the Selectividad exam or from the University of origin, in the case of having started previous university studies.

For students coming from the Higher Secondary Education course outside of Spain:

  • Higher Secondary Education Qualification
  • Accreditation of Higher Secondary Education Recognition

For students coming from the Higher Education Training Modules/FP2:

  • Qualification
  • Personal Academic Certificate

For students who access through the test for over-25- or over 45-year-olds:

  • Certificate issued by the school where they have passed the test, including the numerical mark

In case of holding a degree:

  • Name of degree
  • And Official Academic Certification with the average mark from the transcript out of 10 (numerical grade from 5 to 10)

Students with Foreign qualifications:

Must deliver the required documentation checked by a notary (if they belong to the European Higher Education Area) and with an Apostille stamp (for those Member States belonging to the Hague Convention) or Legalised by the Consulate (in the case of not belonging to the Hague Convention).

  • Official Academic Certificate
  • Qualification
  • Invitation Letter to Access Postgraduate Studies, only for students accessing an Official Master’s Degree.

All students who do not attend in person with the original documents must send the required documentation checked by a notary. If they are foreign nationals, they must deliver the documentation as indicated in the “Students with foreign qualifications” section.

For other types of access, students will need to provide the documentation for the studies that qualify them to access the degree they wish to study.

Consult the academic prices for the 2017-18 academic year:

The academic prices for the 2018-2019 academic year are as follows:

Official University Master’s Degrees

2018-19 Academic Year

  • Master’s Degree in the Management of Logistic Companies and the Supply Chain DL 4.670
  • Master’s Degree in Protocol Management, Production, Event Organisation and Design PRE – PROF – AD IP 7.600 – PROF 6.400 – DL 5.400
  • Master’s Degree in the Management, Innovation and Leadership of Educational Centres DL 4.700
  • Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language DL 3.900
  • Master’s Degree in the Study of Interventions, Catastrophes and International Cooperation DL 4.600
  • Master’s Degree in Neuropsychological Evaluation and Rehabilitation IP 6.100
  • Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Sport PROF 9,000
  • Master’s Degree in Menopause DL 5.200
  • Master’s Degree in Urban Mobility, Technology and Ecotransport (MUTE) PROF 8.900
  • Master’s Degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and Education PROF 4.700
  • Master’s Degree in Psychopedagogical Counselling DL 6.000
  • Master’s Degree in International Education and Bilingualism PROF – DL PROF 6.400 – DL 5.900
  • Master’s Degree in Secondary Education PROF – DL PROF 5.000 – DL 4.600
  • Master’s Degree in Early Treatment PROF 5.600
  • Master’s Degree in Advanced Educational Competencies DL 6.000
  • Master’s Degree in Public Security and Defence Policy DL 6.500
  • Master’s Degree in General Health Psychology (2 years) IP 6.500 /year
  • Master’s Degree in International Relations and Communication PROF 6.600
  • Master’s Degree in Human Resources: Talent Organisation and Management DL 3.900
  • Master’s Degree in School Health PROF 4.000
  • Master’s Degree in Sexology: Sex Education and Counselling (1 year and a half) PROF 5.200
  • Master’s Degree in Digital Technology Applied to Teaching Practice DL 6.000
  • Master’s Degree in Mountain Emergencies and Inhospitable Means PROF 8.750
  • Master’s Degree in Political and Business Communication IP – DL IP 7.400 – DL 4.400

Consult Scholarships and Grants in the Admissions section of the website, www.ucjc.edu

Opening hours: IP: In-person, mornings or evenings. PROF: for Professionals, two/three evenings or weekends. DL: Distance-learning, not in-person.

Transcript creation: IP: €225. PROF and DL: €125. UCJC students, exempt from payment. Other fees not included, check the website

  • Unofficial Master’s Degree and University’s Own Postgraduate Degrees
  • Master’s Degree and Own Postgraduate Degrees
  • Master’s Degree in Locomotor Apparatus Osteopathy PROF 3.600
  • Master’s Degree in Craneo-Viceral Osteopathy PROF 3.600
  • Specialist Course in Government Management and Electoral Campaigns IP 1.500
  • Expert Course in the Development of Intelligence, Superior Capacity and Neuropsychology PROF 1.800
  • Expert Course in International Education + IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning DL 2.900
  • Expert Course in Accident and Emergency Nursing PROF 2.000
  • Expert Course in Paediatric Physiotherapy PROF 2.900
  • Expert Course in Sports Coaching PROF 2.200
  • Expert Course in International Cooperation for Sustainable Human Development DL 1.700
  • Master’s Degree in Image Consulting and Political Consultancy IP- DL PRE 14.000¹ – DL 8.400²
  • Master’s Degree in Athletic Training and Therapy PROF 18.000
  • Master’s Degree in Instrumental Physiotherapy PROF 3.800
  • Master’s Degree in Impact Entrepreneurship IP 15.000
  • Master’s Degree in Urban Design IP 6.000
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Opening hours: IP: In-person, mornings or evenings. PROF: for Professionals, two/three afternoons or weekends, or monthly sessions DL: Distance-learning, not in-person.

¹ IP schedule price with travel included

² DL schedule price including stay in Madrid (two weeks)

³ Includes 4 residential weekends

Consult this link for our Scholarships, Grants and Financing  Academic prices cover annual periods, although they can be paid in instalments. In this sense,  if a student stops attending class or definitively drops out, they will not be exempt from paying the full amount of the fees. Students must be up to date with payments for academic tests and obtaining  Certificates and Qualifications . The amount of the credits corresponding to pending subjects will increase by 20%.

The amount of credits recognised has a 75% discount on the price of credits to be enrolled for. Students from the professional programmes will be able to benefit from the maximum fee for recognitions. Consult via the Information Service.

Because we want to help you

In order to help our students plan for their future, UCJC annually announces its undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships and publishes all grants through various channels with the aim of disseminating them and making them known to the entire university community.

We encourage you to consult our scholarships, grants and financing plans and request yours as soon as possible. The Scholarship Committee meets regularly and will send you the result of your request in a short period of time.

Scholarships, grants and financing

The Camilo José Cela University Foundation annually announces study scholarships and grants for a selection of university master’s degrees, its own degrees and the Doctorate programmes listed below.

By submitting the application for the awarding of the scholarship, the interested party confirms their full and unconditional acceptance of the requirements and bases of the UCJC Scholarship Calling, the rights and obligations deriving therefrom, as well as of the ruling issued by the scholarship commission.

Type of study applicable to scholarships

For the distance-learning type of study, the scholarship percentage will be 50% of that corresponding to the in-person or professional type of study.

Programmes with a scholarship option for the 2017-2018 academic year:

University Master’s Degrees

  • Access to the Lawyer Profession (1 ½ year) In-person Type of Study
  • Early Treatment (1 year)
  • Forensics (2 years)
  • Protocol Management, Production, Event Organisation and Design (1 year)
  • Management, Innovation and Leadership of Educational Centres (1 year)
  • International Education and Bilingualism (1 year) / Master’s in International Education and Bilingualism
  • Secondary Education (1 year)
  • Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (1 year)
  • Graphistics and Documentoscopy (1 year)
  • Study of Interventions in Emergencies, Catastrophes and International Cooperation (1 year)
  • Neuropsychological Evaluation and Rehabilitation (1 year)
  • Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Sport (1 year)
  • Urban Mobility, Technology and Eco-transport (1 year)
  • Public Security and Defence Policies (1 year)
  • General Health Psychology (2 years)
  • School Health (1 year)

University’s Own Postgraduate Degrees

  • Master’s Degree in Image Counselling and Political Consultancy (1 year)
  • Master’s Degree in Sports Management and Technology (MST). 1 year.
  • Master’s Degree in Entrepreneurship Impact Entrepreneurship (1 year)

Students from the university postgraduate degrees directly managed by UCJC, which are not programmes with scholarship option, are eligible to benefit from the grants listed in the Direct Grants section.

Compatibilities

All scholarships and study grants offered by the Camilo José Cela University are compatible with those that may be granted by other public or private entities for the same reason.

UCJC Scholarship + State/Autonomous Community/Public or private institution Scholarship | Compatible

  1. Compatibility between UCJC scholarships:

The UCJC scholarships are only compatible with the scholarship for disability and the financial scholarship.

UCJC Scholarship + UCJC Scholarship for Disability  | Compatible

UCJC Scholarship + UCJC Financial Scholarship  | Compatible

UCJC Scholarship + UCJC Scholarship  | Incompatible

  1. Compatibility of UCJC scholarships with the Direct Grants detailed in this document:

The UCJC scholarships are not compatible with  the Direct Grants detailed in this document, except with the discount for prompt payment and the discount for distinctions.

UCJC Scholarship + Prompt payment discount  | Compatible

UCJC Scholarship + Discount for distinctions  | Compatible

UCJC Scholarship + other Discounts | Incompatible

  1. Compatibility between Direct Grants detailed in this document:

The discounts detailed in this section cannot be combined, except for the discount for prompt payment and  the discount for distinctions.

  1. Compatibility of UCJC scholarships with others granted through agreements

Scholarships and grants awarded by UCJC are not compatible and cannot be combined with others granted to students by virtue of agreements with collaborating or marketing entities or agreements with groups or companies, with the exception of the discount for prompt payment, distinctions and the discount for students in their last year of study.

Students who study at affiliated centres or academic partners of the university should, as appropriate, request assistance through the corresponding centre.

When completing the scholarship application, students may opt for more than one scholarship for the same academic year but can only benefit from those that are compatible with each other.

The scholarships and grants are applied, depending on the case, to the fees established for enrolment, and/or credits and/or recognitions. Secretarial fees can in no case be subject of a scholarship or discount.

The grants included in Direct Grants will be applied directly after the Secretary’s Office has verified the conditions required for their granting, and they will not need to be approved by the Scholarship Committee.

Students must review the conditions of the scholarship requested. It must be taken into consideration that some of the scholarships are granted in return for collaboration with a specific department or project at the university.

Who can apply for a UCJC scholarship?

All students admitted to UCJC to study one of the university’s master’s or doctorates included in the list of programmes with a scholarship option, published in this General Information section.

Students from affiliated centres or centres managed by collaborating entities must apply for their scholarship at the corresponding centre, subject to its scholarship policy. In these cases, these conditions do not apply.

The grants for the university’s own postgraduate courses, directly managed by UCJC,  are detailed in the “Direct Grants” section.

Who awards the scholarships?

Scholarship applications are reviewed and awarded by a commission formed for this purpose. This commission is made up of members from the academic community who in no case can resolve individually. All scholarship commission meetings will have at least three participants.

The scholarship commission is comprised of the general director of the SEK Education Group, the manager of the university, the vice-rector of Innovation, the academic vice-rector,  the director of Promotion at the university, the director of the SEK International Sports Academy, the person in charge of the Students area, the director of the Felipe Segovia Foundation. The commission is chaired by the manager of the Camilo José Cela University Foundation, who will not have a casting vote.

What procedures must be followed by new students to apply for a study scholarship or grant?

The first step is to be admitted to UCJC.

Applications for admission for new students are managed daily through the University Information Service: telephone 91 815 31 31 or by mail: admisiones@ucjc.edu.

  1. If you want to apply for a UCJC scholarship:

Once admitted, the student must submit a scholarship application, by providing the required documentation in due time and form, and completing the online form available on the UCJC website.

The student will receive an email confirming receipt of their application and in the event that there has been an incident with it, they will have a period of 15 days to correct the incidents detected.

Applications cannot be processed if they are not accompanied by all the documentation required in each case.

  1. If you want to apply for a Laureus-UCJC Scholarship

The scholarship commission formed by both entities will be in charge of assessing the applications and the CVs of the applicant athletic students.

Following this, an interview will be conducted with each one of the students who meet the requirements and the commission will cast a vote and agree a ruling, which will be free and non-appealable, in order to award an annual scholarship to the selected student.

Finally, the Camilo José Cela University and the Laureus Foundation will announce the awarding of the scholarship in writing, before 31 July of the year in which the students begin the course. This announcement will be sent by the UCJC Scholarship Commission and the chairman of Laureus.

  • If you want to apply for the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation-UCJC Scholarship

By submitting the application for the awarding of the scholarship, the interested party confirms their full and unconditional acceptance of the requirements and bases of the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation-UCJC Scholarship Calling, the rights and obligations deriving therefrom, as well as of the free and non-appealable ruling issued by the scholarship commission.

A commission formed by the three entities (UCJC, the RFET (Royal Spanish Tennis Federation) and the UCJC Sports Club)  will be responsible for assessing the applications and the CVs of the applicant athletic students.

  1. If you wish to request a direct discount (section 7):

You must submit your discount application to the Secretary’s Office at the time of enrolment, and present the documentation proving you meet the required conditions.

Application deadlines

  1. Regular period

From 15 April to 31 October 2017.

  1. Extended period (only for new students who are admitted after 31 October)

This period will be 15 calendar days from the student’s admission.

  • Period for the Laureus-UCJC Scholarship

From 20 April to 30 June of the academic year immediately prior to the course start date.

  1. Period for the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation-UCJC Scholarship

The deadline for submitting applications will close on 30 June of the academic year immediately prior to the course start date.

Required documentation pending submission.

If any documentation is pending, the deadline for submitting this documentation will be 15 days from the date on which the request email was sent.

Decision and announcement of scholarships

The Scholarship Committee, which meets regularly, will notify each student of the agreed decision via email.

Conditions applicable to the scholarship

By accepting the scholarship awarded to them, the student implies that they also accept the conditions included in its clauses. These conditions will be those that appear published as being applicable for the academic year in which the scholarship is applied for.

Truthfulness of the data

In all cases, the student will be responsible for guaranteeing the truthfulness of the data provided and for communicating any change in them. They must accurately inform UCJC about the data included in their application and provide, upon request, any documentation that may be necessary to verify them; and also timely communicate the changes that may occur to any of their data. Failure to comply with these duties, especially the failure to provide the documentation required for the verification of the data communicated, will be sufficient cause to revoke the scholarship or grant awarded and to claim any amounts that have been received up to this point from the beneficiary.

Renewal of study scholarships and grants

When a scholarship is granted, its renewal conditions shall be those which were established for the academic course in which the scholarship was granted for the first time.

In order for scholarships to be renewed, the student will need to obtain a positive report of participation in the UCJC Institutional Activities Programme.

Failure to comply with this collaboration may be cause for loss of the scholarship granted.

Revocation of scholarships

The Committee reserves the right to revoke awarded scholarships in the case that the student is already a beneficiary of another scholarship, grant or discount from UCJC which is incompatible with it.

The scholarship beneficiaries must scrupulously respect the conditions of their grants as well as the provisions of the student’s statute. Failure to comply with these rules may be grounds for revocation of the scholarship.

As a general rule, students must have passed 100% of the credits enrolled in all degrees between the first and second exam periods. If these percentages are not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half, except in cases where the scholarship is scaled according to a table, which will be applicable in the case in question. In any case, any of the scholarships may have special conditions of renewal that the student must be aware of.

Contact

If you have any questions about the applications and documentation, you can send an email to: becas@ucjc.edu, or visit us in person at the university campus during opening hours.

This scholarship is intended to encourage graduates to continue their university studies at UCJC.

It is awarded to students with outstanding academic transcripts and can cover between 15% and 30% of the costs of enrolment and credits (tutorials in the case of Doctoral Programmes) from one academic year. It also includes a 20% discount for the UCJC student residences.

Requirements

  • To have been admitted to UCJC on a postgraduate programme with the option of a scholarship.
  • To have obtained an average grade of at least 8.5 in their official undergraduate or master’s degree studies, in the case of Doctorate studies.

Benefits

  • The grant and value of the scholarship will be based on the student’s final grade and the number and average grade of the rest of the applicants. The applicable percentages will be determined according to the following table:

GRADE

UCJC student

Non-UCJC student

>8.5–9.0

20%

15%

>9.0

30%

20%

Documentation

Original certificate accrediting the grades obtained and the final average (out of 10), issued by the student’s centre of origin.

Limitations

The number of scholarships awarded for this category will be limited by the amount which is annually allocated to the category.The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC

GRADE

UCJC student

Non-UCJC student

>8.5–9.0

20%

15%

>9.0

30%

20%

Only the students who were granted the Scholarship for Academic Performance when initially admitted to UCJC will be eligible for renewal of this scholarship.

In order for scholarships to be renewed, the student will need to obtain a positive report of participation in the UCJC Institutional Activities Programme.

Failure to comply with this collaboration may be cause for loss of the scholarship granted.

These scholarships are intended to encourage High Performance Athletes, or those with an excellent sports CV, who have already completed university studies to continue their education with a postgraduate degree from UCJC, combining their competitive sports and academic activity.

They include the following:

2.1. Laureus-UCJC Foundation Scholarships

2.2. Royal Spanish Tennis Federation–UCJC Scholarship

2.3. Scholarships for High Sports Performance

2.4. Scholarship for athletes and officials

2.1. Laureus Foundation Scholarship

The awarding by UCJC and the Laureus España Foundation of an annual scholarship that will cover 100% of the study costs of the beneficiary for their education at the Camilo José Cela University (UCJC).

Basic requirements

  1. Have been admitted to UCJC on a postgraduate programme with the option of a scholarship.
  1. Have been included in the Official State Gazette (BOE) as a High Performance Athlete or be accredited by the High Sports Council as a High Performance Athlete.
  2. Be currently participating in national or international sports competitions.
  3. Accredit their good academic performance.
  4. Demonstrate special financial or family circumstances leading to them needing this help, through submission of detailed documentation in the “Grants” section.

Financial requirements

The financial requirements for obtaining the scholarship are detailed in the “Grants” section.

Benefits

  1. Covers 100% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course on which the scholarship beneficiary is enrolled (1 annual scholarship only).
  1. Access to Tutoring Programme for Athletes, which involves personalised monitoring throughout the entire degree by a tutor who aims to help them combine their training and competitions with their university degree studies.

Documentation 

  1. Official State Gazette (BOE) reference where they appear as a High Performance Athlete or certified by the High Sports Council as a High Performance Athlete.
  1. Updated sports CV validated by the corresponding federation in which the federative category is justified and the number of federated competitions in which the athlete has participated the previous year are detailed, or substitute supporting documentation.

Student considerations and obligations

  1. Active participation in the UCJC Sports Club  Activities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Participate in the Spanish Championship, if they qualify for classification and the University deems them fit, as long as their federative commitments allow so.
  2. Promote and represent the Camilo José Cela University and the Laureus España Foundation, at events which both entities consider of interest.
  3. Agree to their image being used for UCJC and the Laureus Foundation advertising campaigns.
  4. Advertise UCJC and Laureus Foundation with sportswear that they wear when they participate in their usual competitions, providing that their sponsorship commitments allow so.
  5. The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Failure to comply with the above requirements may be cause for loss of the scholarship awarded.

Scholarship renewals:

This scholarship is requested on an annual basis, and in order for it to be awarded again, the student will need to meet all the established requirements again, in addition to:

  1. Obtaining a positive report on having participated in the UCJC Sports Club Activities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Obtaining a positive evaluation from the Athletes Tutoring Programme tutor. They will have to have passed all the subjects they were enrolled for during the previous academic year between the first and second exam periods.
  2. Have complied with all the requirements stated in the “Student considerations and obligations” section.
  3. Have passed 75% of the credits enrolled for in all degrees between the first and second exam period. If this percentage is not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

2.2. Royal Spanish Tennis Federation–UCJC Scholarship “SEK International Sports Academy”

These scholarships are awarded within the area of tennis, in collaboration with the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation, which provides specific training in this sport for the scholarship beneficiaries.

Requirements 

  1. Have been admitted to UCJC on a postgraduate programme with the option of a scholarship.
  2. Have been included in the Official State Gazette (BOE) as a High Performance Athlete or be accredited by the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation as a High Performance Athlete.
  • Be currently participating in national or international sports competitions.
  1. Accredit their good academic performance.
  2. Demonstrate special financial or family circumstances leading to them needing this help, through submission of detailed documentation in the “Grants” section.

 Benefits

  1. Three types of annual scholarships will be awarded according to the criteria indicated above:
    • Academic CV
    • Sports CV
    • Family income
  1. The following types of Scholarships are available:
    • Gold scholarship: 
      • 100% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course in which the scholarship beneficiary is enrolled.
      • 100% discount on the enrolment fee at the UCJC Sports Club High Performance Tennis Centre.
      • 100% discount on the continuous training activities announced by the RFET’s Teaching Area.
    • Silver Scholarship
      • 60% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course in which the scholarship beneficiary is enrolled.
      • 60% discount on the enrolment fee at the UCJC Sports Club High Performance Tennis Centre.
      • 60% discount on the continuous training activities announced by the RFET’s Teaching Area.
    • Bronze Scholarship:
      • 40% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course in which the scholarship beneficiary is enrolled.
      • 40% discount on the enrolment fee at the UCJC Sports Club High Performance Tennis Centre.
      • 40% discount on the continuous training activities announced by the RFET’s Teaching Area.

All of the scholarships include access to the Tutoring Programme for Athletes, which involves personalised monitoring throughout the entire degree by a tutor and a series of services which are aimed at helping the students combine their training and competitions with their university bachelor’s degree studies.

The number of scholarships assigned to each level will be determined each year, although the basic announcement includes one Gold Scholarship, two Silver Scholarships and three Bronze Scholarships.

Documentation: 

  1. Official State Gazette (BOE) reference where they appear as a High Performance Athlete or federative card from the RFET accrediting them as a High Performance Athlete.
  1. Updated sports CV validated by the corresponding federation in which the federative category is justified and the number of federated competitions in which the athlete has participated the previous year are detailed, or substitute supporting documentation.
  2. The necessary financial documentation is included within the calling for Financial Scholarships.

Student considerations and obligations:

  1. Participate in the Spanish Championship, if they qualify for classification and the University deems them fit, as long as their federative commitments allow so.
  1. Promote and represent the Camilo José Cela University and the RFET, at events which both entities consider of interest.
  2. Agree to their image being used for UCJC and RFET advertising campaigns.
  3. Advertise UCJC and RFET with sportswear that they wear when they participate in their usual competitions, providing that their sponsorship commitments allow so.
  4. The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Failure to comply with the above requirements may be cause for loss of the scholarship awarded.

Annual scholarship renewals:

This scholarship is requested on an annual basis, and in order for it to be awarded again, the student will need to continue to meet all the established requirements, in addition to:

  1. Obtaining a positive evaluation from the Athletes Tutoring Programme tutor.
  1. Have complied with all the requirements stated in the “Student considerations and obligations” section.
  2. Have passed 75% of the credits enrolled for in all degrees between the first and second exam period. If this percentage is not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

2.3. “SEK International Sports Academy” Scholarships for Hight Sports Performance

Requirements

  1. Have been admitted to UCJC on a postgraduate programme with the option of a scholarship.
  1. Have been included in the Official State Gazette (BOE) as a High Performance Athlete or be accredited by the High Sports Council as a High Performance Athlete.
  2. Be currently participating in national or international sports competitions.

Benefits

  1. It covers between 30% and 50% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course in which the athlete is enrolled, based on the number of scholarships requested and the CVs of the applicant athletes.
  1. Access to the Tutoring Programme for Athletes, which involves personalised monitoring throughout the entire degree by a tutor and a series of services which are aimed at helping the students combine their training and competitions with their university degree studies.

Documentation

  1. Official State Gazette (BOE) reference where they appear as a High Performance Athlete or certified by the High Sports Council as a High Performance Athlete.
  1. Updated sports CV.

Student considerations

  1. Active participation in the UCJC Sports Club Activities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Participate in the Spanish Championship, if they qualify for classification and the University deems them fit, as long as their federative commitments allow so.
  2. Promote and represent the Camilo José Cela University at the events which the University considers of interest.
  3. Agree to their image being used for UCJC advertising campaigns.
  4. Advertise UCJC with sportswear that they wear when they participate in their usual competitions, providing that their sponsorship commitments allow so.
  5. The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Failure to comply with the above requirements may be cause for loss of the scholarship awarded.

Scholarship renewals

This scholarship is requested on an annual basis, and in order for it to be awarded again, the student will need to continue to meet all the established requirements, in addition to:

  1. Obtaining a positive report on having participated in the UCJC Sports Club Activities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Obtaining a positive evaluation from the Athletes Tutoring Programme tutor. They will have to have passed all the subjects they were enrolled for during the previous academic year between the first and second exam periods.
  2. Having complied with all the requirements stated in the “Renewal conditions” and “Student considerations and obligations” section.
  3. Have passed 75% of the credits enrolled for in all degrees between the first and second exam period. If these percentages are not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

2.4 Scholarship for athletes: “SEK International Sports Academy”

Thanks to the SEK Education Group’s commitment to sport, athletes and federated officials can benefit from significant discount on all postgraduate courses an option for a scholarship offered by UCJC, as well as other benefits.

Requirements

  1. Have been admitted to UCJC on a postgraduate programme with the option of a scholarship.
  1. Justify the sport category reached.

Benefits 

  1. Covers between 5% and 30% of the enrolment, credit and recognition fees for the course on which the athletes enrol, provided that they can prove their participation in federated competitions during the year immediately before applying for the grant. The scholarship percentage will be applied depending on the federative category in which the student competes according to the tables of Annex Annex 1 includes tables with details of the most popular sports. Even if your sport is not included in these tables, the Commission will still assess it.
  1. Personal monitoring of degree by a tutor in the case of meeting the conditions to be part of the Tutoring Programme for Athletes.

Documentation

  1. Federation card from the corresponding Federation, indicating the time in which the student has been practising the sport in question, as well as their memberships in it. This card should be in force for the academic year in which the student submits their application.
  1. Sports CV validated by the corresponding federation in which the federative category is justified and the number of federated competitions in which the athlete has participated the previous year are detailed, or substitute supporting documentation.

Athlete considerations

  1. Active participation in the UCJC Sports ClubActivities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Represent the Camilo José Cela University in the different competitions of university, both local and national, providing their federation allows so
  2. Collaborate in the organisation of the different sporting events that the Camilo José Cela University carries out.
  3. Agree to their image being used for UCJC advertising campaigns.
  4. Advertise UCJC with sportswear that they wear when they participate in their usual competitions, providing that their sponsorship commitments allow so.
  5. The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Failure to comply with the above requirements may be cause for loss of the scholarship awarded.

Scholarship renewals

This scholarship is requested on an annual basis, and in order for it to be awarded again, the student will need to keep meeting all the established requirements, in addition to:

  1. Obtaining a positive report on having participated in the UCJC Sports Club Activities Programme and the UCJC Sports Service.
  1. Obtaining a positive evaluation from the Athletes Tutoring Programme  tutor, if they have participated in it.
  2. Having complied with all the requirements stated in the “Student considerations” section.
  3. Have passed 75% of the credits enrolled for in all degrees between the first and second exam period. If this percentage is not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

Students who are part of the Campus de Paz project, to whom the emotional intelligence programmes are directed as a tool for overcoming the emotional consequences of their situation as victims of terrorism in any of its forms, are eligible to benefit.

Requirements

  1. Be considered a victim of terrorism and/or violence, according to the criteria of the Ministry of the Interior (General Directorate of Victim Assistance)
  1. Be proposed as a candidate for the scholarship by the Campus de Paz head office.

Benefits

  1. Scholarship covers 100% enrolment and 25% of credits.

Documentation

Accreditation of complying with the established requirements.

The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Scholarship renewals

Renewals of this scholarship are requested annually.


Aimed at students who live outside of Spain and who wish to study an in-person university master’s degree with the option of a scholarship  or a doctoral programme.

 Requirements

  • Be a resident outside of Spain before being admitted to UCJC.
  • Be between 21 and 35 years old for postgraduate studies. There is no age limitation for the Doctorate.
  • Be a university graduate (official degree).

Benefits

Scholarships cover between 5% and 15% of the enrolment and credits depending on the student’s transcript, the degree and the applications submitted.

Documentation

  1. Photocopy of identity document or passport.
  1. Documentation accrediting residence outside of Spain.
  2. Certificate of marks with the average grade of the transcript out of 10 (numerical grade from 0 to 10), obtained from their official university degree before the postgraduate or doctorate degree. The student must apply via their University of origin. If the student is not able to obtain these, official marks correspondence tables will be used.

The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Scholarship renewals

  1. This scholarship is requested annually.
  1. Have passed 75% of the enrolled credits between the first and second exam period. If these percentages are not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

Failure to comply with this collaboration may be cause for loss of the scholarship granted.

The aim of these grants is to contribute to ensuring equality, through a system of grants aimed at university students with disabilities.

Requirements

Have a legally recognised disability with a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.

Benefits

  1. Students with a degree of disability between 33% and 49% will benefit from a 15% discount on enrolment, enrolled credits and recognitions.
  1. Students with a degree of disability equal to or greater than 50% will benefit from a 25% discount on enrolment, enrolled credits and recognitions.
  2. This discount may be combined with other possible scholarships or discounts.

Documentation

  1. Valid certificate accrediting the disability, issued by the competent body of the Community of Madrid, or by the competent bodies of any other Public Administration, in which the degree of disability is indicated.
  1. Photocopy of the student’s National ID Card (DNI).
  2. Report on previous adaptations, including at least the last one made for the beneficiary in their previous centre of studies.

The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Scholarship renewals

  1. This scholarship is requested annually.
  1. Have passed 75% of the enrolled credits between the first and second exam period. If these percentages are not obtained, the scholarship will be reduced by half.

Requirements

  • That the candidate, or their main financial supporter, is unemployed and that they are receiving unemployment benefits.

Benefits

  • 15% on enrolment and credits

Documentation

  • Accredit with dates of unemployment and monthly benefit from the State Public Employment Service (SEPE), via photocopies, as well as compensation, if any, for the student or the supporter.
  • Family book in the case that the unemployment situation corresponds to the supporter

Student considerations

  • The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

Scholarship renewals

  • This scholarship is requested annually.

In order to benefit from Direct Grants detailed under this heading, students will need to submit documentation proving that they meet the necessary conditions to be awarded with it at the time of enrolment.

Important: Applications for these discounts will be formalised by presenting the supporting documents at the time of enrolment.

7.1  Family discount

Help for new students who are relatives of students from the University or SEK Education Group Colleges.

Requirements

Be a relative within at least the second degree of consanguinity or the spouse of a currently enrolled student.

Step siblings who live within the family unit are considered siblings.

Benefit

Relatives in this circumstance (Parents, children or siblings): 20% on the enrolment, to study postgraduate studies with the option of a scholarship or the university’s own graduate programmes directly managed by UCJC.

Documentation

Attach at the time of enrolment, a copy of the UCJC enrolment or the enrolment at one of the SEK Education Group Colleges of the relative or spouse, as well as the family book.

The student commits to finishing their studies and obtaining their degree at UCJC. If this is not the case, the student will have to pay back the full amount of the scholarship awarded by UCJC.

7.2 Discount for students who enrol for less than 15 credits or MFP

When the student enrols for less than 15 credits or only has to enrol for their MFP, they will be entitled to a 100% reduction on their enrolment. In the event that the student enrols for more credits throughout the course, they will lose this grant.

7.3 Discount for prompt payment

When the student accepts the single payment method at the beginning of the course, they will be entitled to a 2% discount for prompt payment. This discount will only be applied to the amount corresponding to the credits in which they are registered. The prompt payment discount may be combined with other UCJC scholarships and aid.

7.4 Discount for being UCJC Alumni

  1. Students who have completed an official degree at UCJC (not at affiliated centres), or one of the university’s own degrees of at least one year and who wish to take an official master’s degree or a graduate programme at UCJC (not at affiliated centres) will not pay for opening their transcript and will have a discount of 10% on enrolment and credits.
  1. Students who have completed an official master’s degree at UCJC and wish to do their doctorate will have a 40% discount on enrolment and examination fees.
  2. Recognitions for subjects already taken at UCJC are free for the purposes of enrolment in other postgraduate programs.

This will not be applicable:

  1. a) for specialisations
  2. b) students with discounts by registration or agreement
  3. c) students who have completed one of the university’s own Bachelor’s degrees in basic education at Bachelor’s level.

7.5 Discount by extension of studies

    1. Students who are taking an official degree at the UCJC and want to combine their studies with a second official degree; CAG or official master’s degree of the UCJC (not attached centres) will not pay for the opening of a file and will have a discount of 10% in tuition and credits.
    2. This will not be applicable:
  1. a) for specialisations
  2. b) students with discounts through membership or agreement
  3. c) students who have completed one of the university’s own Bachelor’s degrees in basic education at Bachelor’s level.

7.6 Discount due to distinction

Students who obtain one or more distinctions from this university will benefit from a 100% discount for the same number of credits and the same degree in which they obtained the mark during the following academic year.

7.7 Discount due to resident registration

Students who are registered as residents in Boadilla del Monte, Villanueva de la Cañada, Villanueva del Pardillo, Las Rozas, Pozuelo de Alarcón and Majadahonda will have a 5% discount on enrolment and credits.

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Information service

María Moya
Email: mmoya@ucjc.edu
Tel.+34 91 815 31 31 Ext. 16264

Álvaro García Romero
Programme Director

Email: agromero@ucjc.edu
Tel.+34 91 815 31 31 Ext. 16264