MASTER’S DEGREE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND COMMUNICATION IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND PROCESSING (UNED)
OFFICIAL DOCUMENTATION OF THE MASTER’S DEGREE
According to current legislation, all universities must submit their official degrees for a process of verification,
tracing and accreditation.
In case of UNED, the University Council receives the degree report and submits it to ANECA for evaluation and the generation of a verification report. If the report is favourable, the University Council issues a verification resolution, and the Ministry of Education forwards the proposal of the official degree to the government, orders its inclusion in the Registry of Universities, Centres and Titles (RUCT) and its publication in the Official Gazette.
Official master’s degrees must renew their accreditation within four years after their verification or from the date of their last accreditation, in order to verify whether the obtained results are adequate to ensure the continuity of degree. If they are adequate, the University Council issues a resolution of the accreditation of the degree.