Full course application form

Present Address
Permanent residence (if different) or business address
Curriculum Vitae

Please send (i) a complete Curriculum Vitae: this should state your approximate class standing in any higher degree qualification attained (e.g. top 5%, top 15%), and should include details of any dissertation or substantial written work, and the citation if published; (ii) A small photograph (5x4 cm), and complete the following:

A) Academic information

Please enclose a transcript of the credits or subjects showing completion of the first degree. If your application is accepted, you will be required to send an officially legalized first degree diploma translated into Spanish by an official translator. If you are in the final year of your first degree, you should include a transcript of the results obtained so far.

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Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt rtf pdf doc docx rar zip.
Files must be less than 5 MB.
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B) Recommendation letters

Please give the names of two professors or other scholars whom you have asked to send us letters of reference. Their references should verify the details of your qualification(s) obtained and your class standing.
Recommendation letters
Please, upload all recommendation letters you have. If not, it can be sent by email at a further stage.
Files must be less than 3 MB.
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Please indicate your knowledge of languages

If not, you must take a recognised English language test, such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). If you have taken such a test please list below when it was taken and the grades received on each occasion. You must also enclose a copy of the diploma with your application.

Please give details of your level in language (s) other than English and your mother tongue
Master's programme grants

The International Institute for Sociology of Law can offer a limited number of grants to support students who would otherwise be not be able  to afford to attend  the Master's programme.Funding is generously provided by donations from many members of the Oñati Community, including teaching professors,workshop participants, visiting scholars and Alumnae.

An applicant who believes that he/she qualifies for a grant should provide details of (i) the financial situation of themselves and their family, and (ii) the efforts that they have made to secure financial assistance.

Please note that even if you receive a grant you will need some financial resources of your own. The course is a full-time one, and it is not possible to do paid work during the programme to help finance the costs. The Institute cannot accept any responsibility for students who begin the course with insufficient resources.

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