|Length of program||2 years|
|Coordination||Dr. Miquel Àngel Prats|
The University Master's in Educational Innovation and Educational Leadership offered by the Blanquerna-URL Faculty of Psychology, Education and Sport Sciences provides solid training for educational professionals to work in school leadership and team management roles. It also provides the keys to educational leadership and innovation in compulsory education (preschool, primary and secondary). The Master's provides students with the tools they need to develop an innovative professional practice, manage the classroom and promote the school with rigour while integrating the latest trends in education.
To gain admission to the University Master's in Educational Innovation and Educational Leadership, candidates must fulfil the admission requirements stipulated in Royal Decree 1393/2007, which regulates official university post-graduate programmes. In accordance with Royal Decree 1393/2007, which establishes the system of official university degree programmes, to gain admission to the University Master's in Educational Innovation and Educational Leadership, students must hold an official Spanish university degree or another degree issued by a higher education institution within the European Higher Education Area which allows the holder to gain admission into Master's programme in the country where it was issued
The degrees which provide admission into this Master's are:
The selection and admission criteria to the Blanquerna-URL Faculty of Psychology, Education and Sport Sciences are based on:
The criteria used to evaluate professional experience, if applicable, are:
Holders of the following degrees may also be admitted to the Master's:
In these cases, the same selection criteria will be applied and students will previously have to earn 60 ECTS in the Master's to supplement their training, specifically 18 ECTS in the degrees in Primary Education and Preschool Education corresponding to the following modules:
The University Master's Committee is the body charged with evaluating the admission criteria, assessing the candidates' professional experience and determining the list of admissions. This committee also studies whether or not further training should be totally or partially recognised depending on each student's academic record for students who come from recognised degree programmes which do not provide direct access to this Master's.