The Master caters for a maximum of 30 participants satisfying the following conditions:
a) University degree, preferably in agronomy, biology, agricultural industry or food technology.
b) Proficiency in Spanish, which will be the working language of the course. For those candidates admitted whose first language is not Spanish, courses to perfect their knowledge will be organised from July to September 2017. The Instituto Cervantes (http://www.cervantes.es) has a virtual classroom to teach Spanish through the internet. Information can be obtained at http://ave.cervantes.es, available in several languages.
c) Reading knowledge of English, necessary to follow part of the material distributed during the course.
The admission of professionals from the sector as participants in given modules, once the programme has commenced, should be approved by the Director of the course.