The minimum entry requirement for admission to the Master’s Degree in Technology and Privacy is a university degree or equivalent qualification.
Candidates who have completed the first cycle of a degree can also apply; however approval of the Master’s Coordination Committee is required.
Applications from candidates with backgrounds in criminology, law, sociology, computer science, economics, and political science. Beyond academic qualifications, work experience in relevant civil society organizations, international institutions, and public administration is particularly welcomed. The program welcomes those seeking academic careers as much as those reinforcing their job skills.
Note: students who do not hold a previous university qualification will be entitled to obtain, under the same conditions, a certificate of attendance issued by the University of Girona Foundation: Innovation and Training.