The admission of students to the Master's Degree in Advanced Physics will be based on the academic background and the evaluation of the applicant's Curriculum Vitae. The Master's Coordination Committee will evaluate each application for admission taking into account the degree and previous training of the student. The preferential access degree is that of graduate in Physics. For graduates of other studies of the scientific/technical branch, it will be an indispensable requirement to have passed a minimum of 120 ECTS of subjects from the Physics graduate curriculum, considered necessary to adequately follow the master's degree, such as, for example, thermodynamics, statistical physics, physics/fluid mechanics, quantum physics/mechanics, solid state physics, etc. For graduates prior to RD 1393/2007, in addition to complying with the above requirement, an adequate update of knowledge of physics will be required due to professional experience, recent additional degrees, research career, etc. The Commission may require, in exceptional cases, an interview with the applicant before accepting or denying admission.
The evaluation of the admission criteria is as follows:
Adequacy of the degree (title and credits): up to 4 points.
Average grade of the academic record: up to 4 points.
Curriculum Vitae (professional experience will be valued): up to 2 points.
The Master's Coordination Committee will assign a Master's Tutor to each admitted student. The Master's Tutor will advise the student, during the duration of his or her studies, on the completion of the appropriate subjects that will allow him or her to develop a curricular line adapted to his or her needs and objectives.
In the case of students with special educational needs derived from any disability, they will be provided with the appropriate support and counseling services, which will evaluate the need for possible curricular adaptations, itineraries or alternative studies. For this type of students, the UNED has a Center for Attention to University Students with Disabilities (UNIDIS), a service under the Vice-Rectorate for Students of the UNED, whose main objective is that students with disabilities who wish to study at this University can enjoy the same opportunities as the rest of the students of the UNED. To this end, UNIDIS coordinates and develops a series of actions aimed at assistance, support and advice to enable them, as far as possible, a full development in the field of university life. UNIDIS serves as an interlocutor for students with special educational needs, requesting the teaching staff to prepare specific teaching material or special exams (with audiotape response, written on computer, etc.).