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Master's Degree in COMSOL Multiphysics Modeling
Electromagnetism & Optics

This master’s degree program is planned to be taught over a full academic year, from early/mid-October to early/mid-June, divided into three terms.

The curriculum consists of 15 theoretical-practical courses and the Master’s Thesis. The master’s courses are taught in three terms:

You can find more information on the content of the different courses in the list below.

Registration is now open for the 2024/2025 course

The enrollment fee for the Master in COMSOL Multiphysics Modeling is 5 880 EUR. It is possible to choose between a one-time payment or payment in installments:

  • Enrollment (until September 20, 2024): 650 EUR
  • First installment (until September 20, 2024): 2 940 EUR
  • Second installment (until December 15, 2024): 2 290 EUR

All payments are made to the University of Malaga, by credit card on the online platform or by bank transfer, after downloading the original enrollment document.

The number of places available for each master’s degree is limited. Places will be allocated in strict order of enrollment. Consult the following sections to obtain all the necessary information.

The official enrollment deadline is September 20, 2024

In order to participate in the selection process, candidates must:

  1. Complete the online enrollment form, and
  2. Send the following documents, in pdf format, to
    • A copy of the national ID document or passport,
    • A brief CV (two pages maximum), and,
    • tTo prove compliance with the admission requirements, only one of these three documents:

Case A: A copy of the diploma (front and back) of highest level of university degree you hold (PhD, Master, Bachelor… or equivalent) or
Case B: An official certification that you have less than 30 credits remaining to complete your undergraduate or equivalent degree studies, or
Case C: A substantiated personal self-report attesting to professional or work experience in any branch of engineering or science with a level of competence equivalent to university academic training. This self-report must contain a copy of the official contract, or equivalent, that accredits the professional or work experience claimed.

They will then receive notification of their enrollment in the Master’s program if they meet the admission requirements and if there are places available.

The requirements for enrollment in the Master’s Programs are in accordance with the regulations of the University of Malaga. You will be able to access the Master’s Degree Programs if you fulfill at least one of these three following requirements:

  • Case A: Hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from any university or college in any area of engineering or science.
  • Case B: Be a student of any branch of engineering or science and not be in possession of an official university degree, but have a maximum of 30 credits remaining for the completion of their degree studies or equivalent.
  • Case C: Accredit professional or work experience in any branch of engineering or science with a level of competence equivalent to university academic training.