The admission process of the master programs are different than the admissions of the bachelors courses. The access to any post-graduate program will depend on the directing team of each master. We advice the students interested in any of the below listed masters to contact us for further information in how to apply.

The duration of the master will also vary (1, 1.5, or 2 years) depending on your choice. The price will be from 2500€/full program up to 5000€/full program depending on ETC credits.

Environmental Engineering

ECTS Credits: 90

Society’s growing awareness of the degradation of the environment and the need to mitigate the impacts of pollution has brought about a new professional role, that of environmental engineer, who ensures that the development of society combines industrial competitiveness with a sustainable and respectful approach to the environment. The need to respond to these new challenges has led to the global consolidation of Environmental Engineering courses like this degree programme.

This master’s degree is associated with the PhD in Water and Environmental Engineering, awarded a Quality Mention by the Ministry of Education (MCD2006-00408).

Assessment and Environmental Monitoring of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems

ECTS Credits: 60

The marine environment and coastal areas are of strategic importance due to the large number of uses, resources and services they provide. Much of the activities carried out on these environments can cause environmental impacts on ecosystems and, at times, be a source of conflicts between users.

This makes sustainable management of the marine environment one of the basic objectives of the European Union to ensure both environmental sustainability and the competitiveness of the economic activities that depend on this environment.

Languages and Technology

ECTS Credits: 60

Current trends in society and in the labour market require the application of science and technology to the field of linguistics. Learning about the latest research methods and the use of information and communications technology (ICT) for language teaching, research, translation and text correction is essential to develop these fields and to improve the quality of language researchers and professionals..

This master’s degree, developed entirely in the Polytechnic University of Valencia, has a two-pronged professional and research approach that caters to the needs of students in both the didactic and the pure research aspects. On the one hand, it uses innovative methods to address ways of developing a professional career, making use of available technological resources. On the other hand, it prepares students for a research career in the field of applied linguistics, incorporating advances in computational linguistics.

Science, Technology and Innovation Studies

ECTS Credits: 60

Science, Technology and Innovation are key factors in the economic and cultural development of today’s society.

The Master’s Degree in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies is an inter-university master’s degree taught at the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), the University of Oviedo (UNIOVI) and the University of Salamanca (USAL).


The Master’s Degree in Music from the Polytechnic University of Valencia is an internationally recognized course that combines the most advanced teaching methods in didactic and performative theory and research with a variety of fields and disciplines, including the latest technologies, historiography and ethnography, and contemporary aesthetics, to produce researchers with a high capacity for innovation.

The course shares objectives, methods and principles with the most prestigious institutions from the field of artistic research in Europe. The international character of the programme is evidenced by the high number of participating teachers from centres of excellence from other countries.

Sensors for Industrial Applications

ECTS Credits: 75

The overall objective of the Master’s programme is to provide its future graduates with advanced and specialized training in sensor technology, from a multidisciplinary perspective, covering aspects of chemistry and electronic engineering applied to industrial processes in general, in order to train high-level technologists and researchers.

Green Chemistry

ECTS Credits: 60

The Master’s Degree in Green Chemistry aims to ensure that students acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to develop and carry out new chemical processes that are efficient and economically viable in an environmentally friendly manner. Students will learn strategies to minimise the consumption of energy and raw materials and also to reduce the risks associated with the production, handling and use of chemicals.

This master’s degree is a national benchmark in the fields of Sustainable Chemistry and Catalysis processes and has been designed taking into account the sustainability applied in the scientific-technological fields. It is worth mentioning the teaching staff for this master, lecturers not only from the UPV, but also from the Higher Council of Scientific Research and other Spanish universities (UCM, UEx, UJI, UVEG, UCo, UZar and UCLM). The Institute of Chemical Technology (UPV-CSIC), a world leader in catalysis, actively participates in the master’s and allows enrolled students to carry out the FMD in its facilities.

Landscape Architecture

ECTS Credits: 120

In the Valencian Community, the 2014 Law on the Use of Land, Urban and Landscape Planning considers landscape as the main structural element that then guides urban planning through the concept of Green Infrastructure, which encompasses all levels of the territory and its planning.

The underlying reason that explains the inclusion of landscaping amongst the academic courses offered by the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Valencia is the leap forward in this field over the last decades. It has evolved from its traditional dimension linked to horticulture and gardening to embrace an architectural-urban dimension that places landscaping in the sphere of design disciplines, and includes all levels of this, from design to architectural plans, and from the urban plans to land use.

Setting an architectural-urban dimension of landscape architecture is perfectly compatible with an open recognition of it as a multidisciplinary field that includes different components: design disciplines, creative arts, technology, environmental sciences and social sciences.

Master’s Degree in Animal Husbandry

ECTS Credits: 60

Recent years have seen spectacular developments in the sciences related to the biology of domesticated animals. At the same time, research once confined to the laboratory has been widely popularized. Issues such as animal welfare, the quality and safety of animal produce (meat, milk, eggs) or the impact of livestock on the environment are a concern to society and are increasingly helping to shape the opinion and eating habits of consumers. It would therefore seem necessary to have a master’s degree in the Spanish university system to train graduates and engineers from the field of animal husbandry. The aim is to promote and develop sustainable production (that continues to be rational and economically viable) and to introduce students to research which will underpin future developments in this field.

Biomedical Engineering

ECTS Credits: 60

Biomedical Engineering is the discipline which make use of the principles and methods of engineering for the comprehension, definition and solution of problems in biology and medicine.

The demand of engineers to develop, design and install medical instrumentation, as well as to train professional on the use of such instrumentation, has experienced a sharply growth according to the advances in medical technology. These essential aspects on medical technologies are nowadays considered in European directives and in the legislation of all developed countries.

The contents of this Inter-University Master’s degree have been developed by professors from the Universitat Politéncia de Valencia and with the support of Industrial and telecommunications engineering superior technical schools with the purpose of offering a qualified and mixed training in the field of Biomedical Engineering.