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Number of new places offered: 30
Total credits: 60
Languages taught: Spanish.
Indicative price: 45.02 euros per credit (for Spaniards, community foreigners and those who have legal status as residents in Spain) and 84.07 euros per credit for other students.
Master's Scholarship: see relevant information here .AboutThe Master in Parliamentary Law, Elections and Legislative Studies is aimed at both recently graduated students in the field of Social and Legal Sciences, and legal professionals who, after having acquired professional experiences, wish to obtain additional training in Parliamentary Law subjects , Elections and Legislative Studies. The Master is specially designed to receive European and Latin American students. Through the blended teaching modality (in which face-to-face teaching periods are combined with others in which an online activity program is followed), the aim is to reduce the number of weeks that students must stay in Madrid. It also offers the possibility of studying full time (in a single course) or part time (spread over two courses), to adapt to the needs of different types of student.
The Master opens with a first module of contents on the "Foundations of the parliamentary system". All students will take the following subjects: Division of Powers, Political Representation and Relations between the Government and Parliament; Organization of the Chambers, functions and parliamentary procedures; Electoral systems: in Spain and comparative models; Procedure, Administration and electoral guarantees; Legislative technique and sources of Spanish and European Law; and ordinary and special legislative procedures.
Subsequently, students may choose between three specialization itineraries. The specialization in one of the three subjects of the Master will depend on the choice of the compulsory subjects and the Final Master's Project.
Division of Powers, Political Representation, Parliamentary Control and Constitutional Control
Sources of Parliamentary Law. Statute of Parliamentarians. Organization of Chambers, Functioning and Functions of Chambers
Parliament and Society. Open Parliament and new technologies
Electoral Procedure and Guarantees. Electronic Voting, Electoral Observation and Consultation
Legislative and Budgetary Procedures. Procedures in the European Union
Electoral Systems: Spain and Comparative Models
Final Master's Project
goalsOffer advanced and specialized training in three large areas, interconnected, multidisciplinary and connected with professional practice: "Parliamentary Law", "Elections" and "Legislative Studies". The teaching method is focused on the student and tries to promote their capacity for analysis and reflection. It offers a specialization for professionals who carry out advisory tasks or carry out public functions, or want to carry out this type of function in the future, in fields related to parliamentary, electoral and governmental matters.RecipientsRecently graduated students in the field of Social and Legal Sciences, as well as professionals who carry out advisory tasks or exercise public functions and wish to obtain additional training in the subjects of Parliamentary Law, Elections and Legislative Studies. The University Master's Degree is specially designed to receive European and Latin American students. The program is flexible, to adapt to the needs of each student.Why study this master?Students who complete the University Master's Degree will obtain an official title adapted to the European Higher Education Area and which gives access to the research period of the Doctoral programs to obtain the Doctor's degree from the UCM. Likewise, it offers a specialization for all those professionals who carry out advisory tasks or exercise public functions or are interested in developing such tasks in public organizations.Admission requirements for mastersNon-enabling university mastersBe in possession of any of the following titles:Spanish official university degree.
Title issued by an institution of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and empowering in the country of issue for access to Master's education.
Title of educational systems outside the EHEA that empowers in the country of issuance for access to Master's education, homologated or declared equivalent to the degree and academic level of Degree or Degree by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training . In case of lacking the mentioned homologation or equivalency, it will be necessary to have authorization or access permission granted by this University.
Or be carrying out studies leading to the obtaining of any of the previous degrees during the course in which the pre-registration is carried out and be in a position to prove the obtaining of the same before the date established in the corresponding call (see href = "https: //www.ucm.es/requisitos-de-admision-a-masteres ).
In addition, students from foreign educational systems, whose mother tongue is different from Spanish, must prove level B2 of the Spanish language (or higher) .
Specific requirements that any of the requested masters may have. You can consult it by accessing the website of the Master itself.