In the 2011-12 academic year, the postgraduate offer adapted to the EHEA in the Campus e-MTA is structured in 35 master’s training courses in Palma and 40 in Girona. Of these 73 university master’s training courses offered, 25 are inter-university and 7 are fully in English, 2 of these being Erasmus Mundus; one of them within the scope of Tourism.

From 2011 the University of Girona has initiated an strategic action to integrate all the water-related studies within the secondary school and master degree studies. This action is called: WATER VERTICAL CURRICULUM.

Official Master’s Degrees


Catalunya Caixa’s Social Project European Master’s in Computer Vision and Robotics (VIBOT) in Girona
Master’s in Water Science and Technology (CTA) in Girona
Orizonia Chair in Tourism Research and Knowledge Transfer Master Degree related with tourism in Palma
Banco Santander, CRUE and CEPYME Scholarship for internships in SMEs in the Balearic Islands

Live in Palma

The university campus, located in Palma (Majorca), can be found at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, awarded the status of World Heritage of Humanity by the  UNESCO in the category of cultural landscape in June 2011. In addition to the university centres in Alaior (Minorca) and in Ibiza, in Majorca the Campus e-MTA has buildings in the city centre of Palma (Sa Riera, 19th Century, and Can Oleo, 16th Century, listed Cultural Interest Properties) and a Campus 7.5 km away on the Valldemossa road. It covers 922,700 m2, 37.70% of which is countryside. It offers the courses in the various fields in 12 main buildings with the management, halls of residence and sporting areas. It has a good access road and is connected to Palma city by various bus lines and by the only underground line on the islands. It is next to the ParcBit Technological Park. Palma is the capital of the Balearic Islands, located in the Western Mediterranean, and within a  two-hours flight of main European capitals. It is a city with a long tourist tradition, reflected in a wide range of equipments and services. Palma is an urban destination, ideal for short breaks or for longer stays. The Balearic Islands are visited by more than 9 million tourists each year and have become a multicultural region with thriving communities from many European nationalities



Live in Girona

Since it was created, 20 years ago, the UdG’s development project has been closely linked with the development project for the city of Girona, in such a way that the full integration of the campus in the city has been a determining factor in shaping and developing the city in social, cultural, economic and planning terms. The Campus e-MTA in Girona is organised around three main hubs: the Barri Vell Campus, in the heart of the historical centre of the city; the Montilivi Campus, in the southern extreme of the city; and the Centre Campus, in the modern city centre. In the near future, on the University Campus and in the city itself, a fundamental strategic change will take place when the Health Sciences campus is built in the northern extreme of the city.

Proyecto financiado por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte en el marco del Programa Campus de Excelencia Internacional

Universitat de les Illes Balears ⋅ Ctra. de Valldemossa, km 7.5 ⋅ Palma ⋅ 07122 Illes Balears ⋅ Tel: +34 971 173 000
Universitat de Girona - Campus e-MTA ⋅ Parc Científic i Tecnològic, Edifici Casademont ⋅ C. Pic de Peguera, 15, ⋅ 17003 Girona Tel. 972 419 678
CSIC. Serrano, 117 ⋅ 28006 Madrid ⋅ Tel: +34 914 113 077
Institut Català de Recerca de l’Aigua (ICRA)Edifici H2O - Parc Científic i Tecnològic de la Universitat de Girona. Emili Grahit 101- 17003 Girona

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