Master Degree Erasmus Mundus in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
The admission requirements are the same for all of the Institutions that have signed the agreement. In order to be admitted to the Master’s Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, candidates must:
1. Have an official Spanish university degree in Chemistry, Physics or Material Sciences or another degree awarded by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) which would allow entry to postgraduate studies in their home country.
2. Foreign students from outside the EHEA can also take this programme without having their foreign degree officially recognized as long as the University can establish that their degree has an equivalent level to that of the corresponding Spanish degree and would allow entry to postgraduate studies in their home country. This mode of admission does not imply the official recognition of the foreign degree and is only valid to enter this Master’s Degree programme.
Candidates for this programme must also include, along with their applications, the following documents which will be assessed according to the percentages given in brackets: academic transcript (50%), cover letter (15%), reference letters from two people (15%) and an official accreditation of their knowledge of English and Spanish in the case of foreign students (20%) with a minimum level of B2.
Mathematic Principles of Quantum Mechanics
Statistical Mechanics and Applications in Simulation
Symmetry in Atoms, Molecules and Solids
Computational Techniques and Numerical Analysis
Theoretical Chemistry Methods 1
Theoretical Chemistry Methods 2
Theoretical Chemistry Methods in further detail
Dynamics of Chemical Reactions
Linux and Linux Management
Applied Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory
Advanced Theories on Electronic Structure and Condensed Matter
Advanced Computational Techniques
Chemical and Molecular Dynamics and Simulation and Modelling on the Computer
Final Master’s Project