Master’s Degree in Sports Training & Nutrition

The only master's in Spain in sports training & nutrition leading to an official qualification

This program is designed to provide students with specialized knowledge of state of-the-art training methods, trends in sports nutrition, and aids for improving sports performance.

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Master in Sports Training

Start

Nov 9, 2020

Duration

9 months

Hyflex (Real and virtual classrooms)

Available

in Spanish

  • Faculty trained by some of the most prestigious professionals at international level
  • Practical work methodology at leading clubs and institutions in the sector
  • Our HYFLEX Experiential Learning model integrates the face-to-face and virtual classroom. 100% digitized classrooms, with cameras, 360 microphones and smart boards.
  • Get a 20% discount on the reservation fee if you register before October 31st. Check the terms and conditions here.

In the PDF you will find:

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you
Whatsapp
NEED MORE HELP?+34 648 203 802

Key Points

Boost your career as a sports nutrionist with Real Madrid Graduate School

  • Start date

    Nov 9, 2020

  • Modality

    Hyflex (Real and virtual classrooms)

    Available in Spanish
  • Duration

    9 months

  • ECTS

    60

  • Language

    English

  • Campus

    Madrid Villaviciosa de Odón

  • University

    Universidad Europea de Madrid

  • Knowledge Area

    Sports

  • Study Type

    Postgraduate

Why study this program?

% of students

complete internships with first-level companies relating to their needs.

+ 30 agreements

with clubs, federations and first-level institutions

Key professional profiles

within the faculty with a global vision of sports training.

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Access

Student profile and study access information:

The Master’s Degree in Sports Training and Nutrition is aimed at graduates or postgraduates in Physical Activity Sciences, diplomas in nutrition, diplomas in Physical Education Teaching, graduates in Medicine, and diplomas in Physiotherapy or Nursing. Other university graduates with (accredited) experience in the subject may also enroll if they pass the selection process.

Access requirements

For access to the Master, the student is legally required, in accordance with the provisions of the R.D. 861/2010:

  • Being in possession of an official Spanish university degree or another issued by an institution of higher education belonging to another state that is part of the European Higher Education Area that empowers the same for access to Master's teachings.
  • To be in possession of a degree in accordance with educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area without the need for the homologation of their degrees, after verification by the University that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that they empower in the country issuing the degree for access to postgraduate education. The access by this route will not imply, in any case, the homologation of the previous title of which the interested party is in possession, nor its recognition for other purposes than that of taking the Master's teachings.

New Entry Places:

100

Admission Process

The admissions process for Real Madrid Graduate School programs can take place at any time during the year, although enrollment on any graduate program will depend on the availability of places.

For personalized advice, you can go to either of our university campuses (La Moraleja or Villaviciosa de Odón), or contact us by phone: 902 23 23 50 or e-mail: postgrado@uem.es to receive advice from the Graduate Admissions staff. For calls from outside Spain, please use this number: (+34) 917 407 272.

Once candidates have received advice and have provided the necessary documentation, the Graduate Admissions staff will set a date for taking the entrance exams corresponding to the program they are interested in, and for a personal interview with the Master's Program Director or a member of the Admissions Committee.

The admissions process involves no costs or commitment for candidates until their place is formally reserved.

The admissions process consists of the following stages:

  • Personalized advice
  • Submission of application and documentation for assessment of the candidate's profile
  • Profile assessment and interview
  • Confirmation of admission
  • Formal reservation and enrollment

Once the candidate has been contacted and has provided the required documentation, the Postgraduate Admissions team will convene him for the entrance exams corresponding to the program of interest and a personal interview with the director of the Master or with a member of the Admissions Committee.

The admission process does not imply any cost for the candidate or any commitment until the formalization of the reservation.

Once the access requirements have been met, the student will be admitted to the Master's Degree after assessing their suitability for it, taking into account their academic record in the degree of access, their professional experience in the field of knowledge of the program, language skills accredited by official bodies, the specific complementary training received, as well as other merits that are assessed at the discretion of the Program Management.

The Escuela Universitaria Real Madrid reserves the right not to teach any postgraduate degree or to delay its start if the minimum number of students required for the program is not reached, or to change the schedules and / or the cloister if due to organizational needs It was necessary. It also reserves the right to make variations in the location and campus where it is taught.

 

Center validations and transfers

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In order to ensure a smooth transfer of students both within the national territory and outside it, the University, in accordance with its internal regulations and current legislation, will assess the credits that may be subject to transfer and recognition in view of the file and the official academic documents of the student and related to the official teaching received.

For these purposes, the transfer of credits implies that, in the official academic documents of courses completed by the student, all the credits obtained in courses previously taken, in this or another university, they have not contributed to an official title already obtained.

Likewise, the recognition of credits implies the acceptance by the university in which credits have already been awarded that, having been obtained by the student in official education, in this or another university, are computed in different ones for the purpose of obtaining an official degree.

In accordance with current regulations, university degrees and accredited work and professional experience may also be recognized in the form of credits, and will be computed for the purpose of obtaining an official degree, provided that such experience is related to the skills gained in the chosen degree, with a maximum of 15% of the credits that constitutes the curriculum. In no case can the master's final project be recognized.

All the credits obtained by the student in official education taken in any university, the transferred ones, the recognized ones and the passed ones for the obtaining of the corresponding title, will be included in his academic record and reflected in the European Supplement to the Program.

The University, through the Postgraduate Commission, will evaluate in the light of the student's file, the official degrees that it can contribute, the university's own degrees or professional experience, and according to the program and the specific subjects that have equivalence in competences, contents and dedication of the student, it will be determined if they can be recognized.

Credit transfer and recognition regulations

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Access to regulated profession

Professional careers linked to this specialization are linked to sports training and nutrition. The student will have the possibility to develop professionally in any of the following areas:

  • Physical trainer in teams and / or sports clubs.
  • Personal trainer.
  • Coach.
  • Nutrition Advisor
  • Sports-physical services companies.
  • Fitness / wellness chains.
  • Clubs and Federations.
  • Analysis of sports competition.

Facilities

Students have access to campus laboratories for their work and study:

  • Exercise Physiology Laboratory for V02max practices, lactate analysis, stress tests with ergometer and cycloergometer, among others.
  • Training laboratories: for practices and tests of strength, speed, jump, Maximum repetitions, among others.
  • Biomechanics laboratory: for tests of gait analysis, launch analysis, anthropometric folds, among others.
  • Competition Analysis Laboratory: for the analysis of team sports at a technical, tactical and strategic level, with specific programs for this.
  • Gym: for strength training practices, weight training, functional training or free weight, among others.
  • Sports hall: for injury prevention activities, training, technique, games and training.
  • Athletics track: for the work of race technique, endurance test, speed and photoelectric cells, as well as games and / or activities.
  • Sports rooms and areas for personal training practices.

Collaborating Partners

  • REAL MADRID C.F. SECCIONES DE FÚTBOL Y BALONCESTO.
  • CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO DEPORTIVO, DEL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE DEPORTES.
  • GETAFE C.F.
  • NSCA-SPAIN (National Strength and Conditioning Association)
  • CLUB ESTUDIANTES DE BALONCESTO.
  • RAFAEL NADAL ACADEMY.
  • JUAN CARLOS FERRERO ACADEMY.
  • GO FIT GYMS.
  • ATHLETIC CLUB DE BILBAO.
  • REAL VALLADOLID C.F.
  • REEBOK SPORT CLUB LA FINCA.
  • SEVILLA C.F.
  • RAYO VALLECANO C.F.
  • GETAFE C.F.
  • CLUB DE FÚTBOL MAJADAHONDA.
  • TRIVALVALDERAS C.F.
  • NAVALCARNERO CF.
  • GUADALAJARA CF.
  • CLUB DE FÚTBOL SANSE.
  • CLUB VOLEY-PLAYA MADRID.
  • REAL FEDERACIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE VOLEIBOL.
  • FEDERACIÓN DE TENIS DE MADRID.
  • CHAVA BOXEO, S.L.
  • SPESALUD-EXPLOTACIONES DEPORTIVAS MAJADAHONDA.
  • NUTRICIÓN CENTER.
  • NUTRIVIVE.
  • MEDICADIET
  • NUTRICIONDE.
  • CLUB DE REMO CANGAS (OVIEDO).ALLINYOURMIND (TRIATLÓN Y NATACIÓN).
  • CENTROS FITNESS GOFIT.
  • METROPOLITAN.
  • VIRGIN ACTIVE.
  • FEDERACIÓN MADRILEÑA DE NATACIÓN.
  • MÉTODO THINKING. CENTRO INTEGRAL DE SALUD Y EJERCICIO.
  • C. NATACIÓN MOSCARDÓ.
  • CLUB PADEL FITNESS ARAVACA.
  • CLUB BALONCESTO ALCOBENDAS.
  • CLUB DISTRITO OLÍMPLICO BALONCESTO.
  • CLUB HOCKEY CASA DE CAMPO.

All of the relevant information relating to internships is set out in the Master in Sports Training and Nutrition Guide

Faculty

PROGRAM DIRECTORS

Dr. Helios Pareja Galeano
Professor at Universidad Europea. Expert in Sports Physiology and Genetics.

Jaime Abascal Castañón
Servicios Médicos del Real Madrid. Médico del primer equipo del Real Madrid C.F.

Dr. Germán Díaz Ureña 
Profesor. Acreditación titular ANECA. Experto en Rendimiento Deportivo, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

SPORTS TRAINING ROFESSORS

Prof. Dr. Daniel Memmert  
Professor and managing institute head of the Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics at the German Sport University Cologne. is research is focused on human movement science (cognition and motor activity), sport psychology (attention and motivation), computer science in sports (pattern identification and simulation), children and adolescents research, team sports (Mediation and Education), evaluation research (Trainings-/Schul-Curricula) and research methods. 

Duarte Araújo  
Director of the Laboratory of Expertise in Sport of the Faculty of Human Kinetics at University of Lisbon, Portugal.

Dr. Bret Contreras 
Expert in glutes training

Dr. Jean-Benoît Morin 
Professor, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France. Expert in Sport Training

Dr. Iñigo Mujika 
Expert in sports training. Member of the group of trainers off the Spanish swimming and triathlon federations

Dr. Jaime Sampaio 
Professor. Expert in notational analysis. Universidade de Tras os Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal).

Dr. Mikel Izquierdo 
Professor. Expert in strength and health training. Universidad Pública de Navarra

Dr. Juan J. González Badillo 
University professor. Professor of theoretical and practical sports training and expert in strength training. Universidad Pablo de Olavide.

Dr. Carlos Lago Peñas 
Professor. Expert in competition analysis and football. Universidad de Vigo

Dr. Jean Côté 
University professor. International expert in development and psychosocial factors affecting sport and the performance of physical activities and sports. Queen’s University (Canada)

Xesco Espar 
Professor of the National Institute of Physical Education of Catalonia, Handball European champion. Expert in personal development and high performance sports

Dr. Carlos Balsalobre 
Expert in training control and sports applications. Universidad Europea de Madrid

Pedro Jiménez Reyes. 
PhD, Lecturer and Sport scientist in Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Creator of @MySprintApp. Expert in Sprint athletes, strength & conditioning, exercise physiology.

Dr. Alfredo Santalla Hernández
Professor. Expert in the physiology of exercise. Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla

Dr. Alberto Lorenzo Calvo 
Senior Lecturer. Top level basketball trainer. International renowned expert in the development and management of sports talent. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Dr. Miguel A. Gómez Ruano 
Senior Lecturer. Expert in Sports Methodology and Research. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Dr. Fernando Naclerio 
Senior Lecturer. Expert in sports training and dietary planning for athletes. Greenwich University (UK)

Dr. Julio Calleja 
Professor. Expert in exercise physiology and sport training for team sports. Universidad del País Vasco 

Dr. David Rodríguez Ruiz 
Associate professor. Expert in strength and jump performance training. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Dr. Alberto García Bataller 
Senior Lecturer. Expert in cyclical sports training. Olympic athlete trainer. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Dr. Jordi Álvaro Alcalde 
Expert in the technology and statistical monitoring of team sports. Spanish national handball team. Professor of Universidad Europea

Juan Carlos Álvarez 
Athletics trainers for Olympic long jump athletes. Professor of Athletics. Universidad Europea

Juan Trapero 
Physical trainer of Real Madrid C.F’s first basketball team. Ex-Olympic athlete and Spanish sprint champion. Real Madrid C.F.

Dr. Juan Del Campo Vecino 
Senior Lecturer. Expert in sports training of top level athletes. CAR Madrid. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Dr. Jesús Rivilla 
Expert in personal physical preparation. Training BodyCore. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Iván Gonzalo 
Expert in personal physical preparation. Training elements. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

SPORTS TRAINING PROFESSORS

Carlos Sosa Marín 
Professor at Universidad Europea de Madrid. Head of physical preparation services for Real Madrid C.F. Basketball

Dr. Yann Le Meur
Scientific advisor at AS Monaco Football Club. Sports scientist. Expert in sports performance analysis and methodology, as  well as athlete prevention and recovery

Dr. Oliver Gonzalo Skok 
Head Return to Play Sevilla FC

Dr. Sergio Jiménez Rubio 
Rehab fitness coach First team at Getafe CF

MEDICAL PROFESSORS

Dr. Alejandro Lucía Mulas 
Professor. World authority on the study of genetics and health in different populations, including sportspersons. Universidad Europea  

Dr. Nicolás Terrados Cepeda 
Doctor of Sports Medicine. Head Doctor at Barcelona 92’. Director of the Regional Sports Medicine Unit of Asturias at Avilés

Dr. Luis Serratosa 
Real Madrid CF doctor. Expert in epidemiology and nutrition in top level athletes. Hospital Quirón de Madrid

Dr. Yannis Pitsiladis
Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Brighton. Member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical and Scientific Commission. Member of the Executive Committee and Chair of the Scientific Commission of the International Sports Medicine Federation (FIMS), and has sat on two WADA committees. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and an expert committee pool member of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).

Dr. Joaquín Más 
Real Madrid CF doctor. On-field doctor for Real Madrid CF’s first team

Dra. Margarita Pérez Ruiz 
Associate university professor. Expert in exercise physiology. Universidad Europea

SPORTS NUTRITION PROFESSORS

Prof. Dr. Asker Jeukendrup 
Professor. World leader in the study of sports physiology and carbohydrates. Gatorade Institute. mysportscience. Loughborough University

Oliver Witard. 
Senior Lecturer in Exercise Metabolism and Nutrition in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine. His main topics are: (i) Muscle: Form and Function in the Centre for Human & Applied Physiological Sciences, and (ii) Diet and Cardiometabolic Health in the Department of Nutrition. He is Deputy Programme Director for the undergraduate programme in Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences.

Dr. Joaquín Figueroa Alchapar 
Expert in endocrinology and sports nutrition. 

Dr. Manuel Rodríguez Alonso 
Sports doctor. International expert in ergogenic aids and supplements in top level athletes. Professor at Universidad de Oviedo

Dr. Juan Del Coso 
Professor of sports training theory. Expert in doping and hydration of top level athletes. Universidad Camilo José Cela

Dra. Noelia Bonfanti 
Expert in sports nutrition. High level sports nutritionist. Club Estudiantes 

Dra. Marcela González-Gross 
Professor for Sport Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. Department of Health and Human Performance. Faculty of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences-INEF. Technical University of Madrid.

Dr. Juan Mielgo Ayuso
Researcher at the Department of Health and Human Performance of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Nutritional Advisor for Professional teams

Mireia Porta OIiva
English Premier League nutritionist Junior Professor of “Applied Nutrition” at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona and clinical nutritionist at Serveis Mèdics Penedès

Dr. Óscar Picazo Ruiz 
Dietitian-Nutritionist and with a Bachelor’s in Chemistry. Coordinator of the MAPFRE Foundation’s Health Promotion Programme

 

Quality Guarantee

Institutional Accreditation SISCAL madri + d

In 2020, the Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences was certified after the successful implementation of SGIC (quality guarantee) under the SISCAL model, with institutional accreditation awarded for this same center.

Academic Quality

The European University has a wide range of recognition that supports its academic quality. In particular, it has some of the following prestigious awards, such as the European 500+, Quali-cert or Madrid excellent label of Excellence.

In the international QS Stars accreditation rating, the European University has obtained a total of four out of five stars in the international QS Stars accreditation rating. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in several areas. The European University has achieved the highest score of five stars in employability, teaching, facilities and social responsibility of rating.

* These awards have been awarded to the European University of Madrid.

Quality and innovation in the 21st Century

Innovation is the axis on which the University's training offer is designed with the aim of adapting it to the needs and expectations of students. In addition, innovation is integrated into the development of the entire university learning process, applying new technologies and teaching methodologies in the classroom.

Each student has a personal mentor that performs the accompaniment of the student to the progressive development of your emotional intelligence and of certain transversal competencies that will be required in the development of professional practice.

Find out more here about academic quality.

Quality Assurance System

The European University has designed its System of Internal Assurance of Quality in accordance with the guidelines of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA), as a structural basis to ensure the quality of the new official qualifications according to the quality guidelines of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the Organic Law 4/2007, of 12 of April, by which modifies the Organic Law 6/2001, of 21 December, of Universities.

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Program Mobility Offer

There are collaborations (not agreements) with research projects with the Polytechnic University of Madrid, University of Valladolid, Camilo José Cela University, Public University of Navarra, and University of the Basque Country.

Link to university regulations

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Link to the complaints, claims and suggestions system

The European University puts at your disposal the application "General Online Instance" to attend and resolve your queries, requests and complaints.

Program Competencies

Basic skills

  • That students have demonstrated they possess and understand knowledge in an area of ​​study that is based on general secondary education, and is usually found at a level that, although supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that involve knowledge from the forefront of their field of study.
  • That the students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possess the skills that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defense of arguments and the resolution of problems within their area of ​​study.
  • That students have the ability to collect and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of ​​study) and make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
  • That students can clearly communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to both a specialized and non-specialized public.
  • That the students have developed those learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.

Transversal skills

Click HERE to see the transversal skills of the program.

Specific skills

Click HERE to see the specific skills of the program.

Members of the Quality Guarantee Committee

  • Course Delegate
  • Postgraduate program director: Sergio L. Jiménez and Germán Díaz
  • Academic Director: Marisa Saenz
  • Academic coordinator: Verónica Gabaldón.
  • Head of Quality Unit: Giancarlo Ferrari.

Improvements implemented in the Master

  1. The name, position and other information of each of the teachers of the master's degree have been included in the dossier and program.
  2. Improved content and information in the learning guides.
  3. The number of internships and agreements for all students has been increased.
  4. Coordinators have been established in the main modules (Sports Training, Sports Nutrition, Master's Thesis).
  5. Faculty coordination meetings have been established with teachers of each module through face-to-face, email and telephone contacts.
  6. The research works passes an evaluation committee of the Universidad Europea through the Doctorate and Research School and, where appropriate, an ethical committee.

Main results of the program

  • Abandonment rate
  • Retention rate
  • Employability Rate
  • Satisfaction of interest groups
  • Graduation rate

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Results of the following processes: 

Study plan

PRIMER CURSO / FIRST YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
0DBP001101 BIOQUÍMICA Y FISIOLOGÍA APLICADA AL EJERCICIO Y AL ENTRENAMIENTO DEPORTIVO 2 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY APPLIED TO EXERCISE AND SPORTS TRAINING
0DBP001102 NUTRICIÓN Y AYUDAS ERGOGÉNICAS 10 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
NUTRITION AND ERGOGENIC AIDS
0DBP001103 BIOMECÁNICA APLICADA A LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE 3 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
BIOMECHANICS APPLIED TO SPORTS
0DBP001104 ENTRENAMIENTO DEPORTIVO 11 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
ATHLETIC TRAINING
0DBP001105 PSICOLOGÍA Y SOCIOLOGÍA DEL DEPORTE Y LA COMPETICIÓN 2 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF SPORTS AND COMPETITION
0DBP001106 LESIONES EN EL DEPORTE 2 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
SPORTS INJURIES
0DBP001107 SEMINARIOS 2 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
SEMINARS
0DBP001108 PRÁCTICUM 16 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
PRACTICUM
0DBP001109 TRABAJO FIN DE MÁSTER 12 OBLIGATORIA Español (es)
MASTER'S THESIS

Year of Implementation:  2009 - 2010

Calendar: Consult the acadmic calendar here 

Price and advantages Master’s Degree in Sports Training & Nutrition

15.500€

Total price

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  • Flexible payments
  • Grants for high performing students
  • Grants for continuing students
  • Grants for simultaneous studies
  • First in family scholarships
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  • Official scholarships
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HYFLEX EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Discover a new academic model, flexible and personalized, that integrates the face-to-face and virtual classroom.

  • In the Extended Classroom you will be able to attend class in person on campus or remotely connected through digitized classrooms: real time interaction, wherever you are, with cameras, 360 microphones and smart boards.
  • Learning through simulated environments, gamification and virtual laboratories that will allow you to study further, where the real world does not reach, with no limit to the number of practical classes.
  • Experience focused on learning through "doing". An innovative training adapted to the work reality, in complete facilities capable of reproducing work environments.
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Methodology

  • The objective of the master is to offer a complete training and prepare you to:
    • Schedule training plans in the short, medium and long term in different contexts.
    • Manage devices for analysis of human movement and training control.
    • Plan diets and natural supplementation
    • Perform performance and body composition assessments.
    • Research and conduct scientific production.
  • You will acquire specialized knowledge about the most avant-garde training methods, the latest trends in sports nutrition and natural ergogenic aids to improve sports performance. In addition, iyou can train as a researcher by accessing the PhD Program in Physical Activity and Sports certified by ANECA, at Universidad Europea de Madrid.

  • You will experience a practical work methodology that combines teamwork, attendance at seminars and individual work on campus facilities equipped with the most advanced technology.

  • For the completion of the Master's Thesis, you can choose an area related to research or professional field of your interest.

  • The methodologies used in the master's degree are very diverse, depending on the module or the profesor.  Examples you will come across include:

    • Case Method
    • Cooperative learning
    • Problem Based Learning (ABP)
    • Project Based Learning
    • Master class
    • Simulation environments
    • Learning Based on workshop / laboratory lessons

Career opportunities

Upon completion of your studies, your profile will be one of a professional with scientific knowledge that will allow you to investigate, as well as plan, prioritize and properly schedule physical workloads and impart appropriate nutritional advice for athletes of different ages and performance levels.

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Admission process

1. Documentation

To begin your admission process, the first thing to do is book your appointment online or by calling +34 91 112 88 50.

  • Selectividad card showing eligibility status
  • Two photocopies of your ID
  • Academic record file transfer 
  • Proof of payment of the Admission fee before or on the date of appointment

2.  What does the admissions test consist of?

  • Skills and abilities test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language assessment test
  • Personal interview

When will you know you’ve been accepted?

You’ll find out the result of the admissions test via an admissions letter that you’ll receive by email. If you have any doubts or queries, you can contact our Admissions Department for New Students at escuelauniversitariarealmadrid@universidadeuropea.es

3. Reserve your place

Along with the admissions letter, you will receive an envelope with information about official registration. It is recommended that in order to reserve your place, you should respond within 7 days of receiving the letter.

4. Registration

All students joining the Universidad Europea for the first time, wanting to study a degree, must open a file with the university, prior to registration. The Department of Admission for New Students will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms to complete their registration.

Convalidations and transfers

You don’t have to carry on doing something you don’t want to. For this reason, we have designed specific convalidation and university transfer plan. If you want to know your personalized plan, as quickly and easily as possible, send us an email to convalidaciones@universidadeuropea.es along with the following documentation:

  • Personal academic certificate of the original degree.
  • Study plan sealed by the Secretariat of the center of origin.
  • The academic program of the subjects studied and/or enrolled in the original degree.
  • Officially translated degree certificate (only in the case of foreign graduates)

In case of requesting recognition for professional experience, you will be required to provide;

  • Work life certificate
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Company certificate, only in those cases where it is necessary to prove the functions performed in the company, or in cases of students with international professional experience who cannot provide a work-life certificate.

For any questions, you can contact our advisers by calling +34 91 112 88 50.

Scholarships and grants program

We’re here to help. If you want to study at Universidad Europea, you have a number of internal and official scholarship options to apply for. In addition, we provide comprehensive Financing and Discount options

Professional practices

Internships in companies are a key element in your education. Acquiring experience and putting into practice what you have learned on your degree is the best way to enter the labor market. There are two types of internship, curricular (which are included as part of your program) and extracurricular (which you can do on a voluntary basis).

In order to carry out an internship in a company, you’ll need to have passed 50% of your credits and register before you start the internship. Both the company and a professor on your course will monitor your progress on the internship as well as providing an evaluation at the half way mark and upon completion. 

If you want to gain extra work experience before finalizing your university studies, you are welcome to carry out extracurricular internships. You can carry them out in whichever year of your studies you choose but we remind you that internships are formative and should complement your studies. The more theoretical knowledge you have acquired throughout your degree, the more you will benefit from the internships.