To obtain the COSI Master Degree at the University of Granada the Spanish Government demands the same documentation required for the enrolment, otherwise the University of Granada will ultimately not be able to issue the Master Degree Title. Please also note that in Spain students have to pay a fee to get the diploma.

Therefore you will need:

1) Copy of your passport (or identity card in case of EU students).
(Important: It is advisable to always provide us with the passport unless you are a Spanish National, but not essential; EU identity cards will be accepted as long as they provide us with the main information generally stated on the passport: date and place of birth, sex, place and date of issue, date of expiry, etc.)
2) Certified copy of your Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) and an official translation in case is not in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese or English.
3) Students whose Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) is not in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese or English would also have to provide us with a certified copy of the transcripts and an official translation.

NOTE1: Is better to have all official translations made at your Spanish consulate or embassy prior to come to Europe. Another option is to have all the documents translated here in Spain. In this link you will find a list of official interpreters in Spain: Sworn interpreters in Spain.

NOTE2: If the non-Spanish student comes from a country that has signed “The Hague Accords”, then all the diplomas have to carry the “Apostille of The Hague Accords”. If the non-Spanish student comes from a country that has NOT signed The Hague Accords”, then all the diplomas have to carry the seal (or stamp) of the Spanish embassy.

NOTE3: List of countries that have signed the “The Hague Accords”

[last update =17/11/2015]