The University of Deusto has an information system prior to enrolment where the main services at the University and the Master’s directors take part.
The information systems offered by the University of Deusto and the resources used for this Master’s programme are as follow:
Those interested in the Master’s programme can apply for information to the Master’s directors and secretary’s office. The directors and administrative staff of the programme are available to offer more information or to answer any queries. Candidates may arrange an interview or contact them by email or phone.
Tutorials, whether face-to-face or online, are one the main learning resources, as they are one of the methodological processes of the teaching staff and a support for students. Each student will have a tutor at University, who will provide him/her with guidance and assistance during his/her studies, as well as in the choice of elective courses, internships centres and topics for research work.
New Student Office
The University of Deusto has a student information office that offers full information about the programmes available at the University. This office provides those interested with information about the degree, entry requirements, application deadlines, and other useful information.
Student Information Service
The University of Deusto offers students an information service on financial aid (grants, loans, scholarships, etc.) both for undergraduate or graduate students. This information is available in person at the university office, or by phone, email or on our web page.
The University’s website
The Institute of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education has a specific website at the University of Deusto´s web page, which contains all the information about courses, academic regulations, entry requirements and application deadlines. This website includes information requests that are answered from each degree, the possibility of applying for admission online, and ways to contact the Master’s directors.
Students are welcomed by the programme’s Directors the first day of class, and they are given short presentation of the university and the services it offers (library, sports, Gaurgiro –cultural, social and voluntary activities- housing, guidance, social work, photocopies, psychological test library, General Secretariat and Dean’s Office, etc.) and other useful information about the programme.
Students also have the following services and facilities available to them:
- The CRAI Library; Resource Centre for Learning and Research, which includes the library and its bibliographic collection. The building houses study rooms, computer rooms and a wide range of specialist literature on drug addictions and other related areas.
- Deusto Alumni
- DeustoPsych, R&D+i in Psychology and Health.
- Psychologycal Tests Library
- Deusto Campus
- Administrative procedures
- International Relations Office