Once admitted to graduate studies, the student must complete enrollment. The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid provides a self-enrollment system, where the student can manage registration, as well as the letter of payment, on their own. The system and detailed information on this system is available at the following link:


During the registration process, the student must submit original documentation attached to the electronic preregistration for verification to the Secretariat of the School of Computer Sciences. In the event that the degree provided by the student does not belong to a university of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), the Apostille of the Hague must be included.

The minimum number of the European credits required for enrollment per student and academic year is determined by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in its Normativa de Acceso y Matriculación (Access and Enrollment Regulations). This can be found at the following link:

UPM enrolment regulation 2018/19  Annex

Important dates (2019/2020 year)

  • Regular annual registration period: From July 22nd to August 2nd and September 5th to 13th, 2019.
  • De-registration period: January 27th to 31st, 2020.
  • Extended registration period (only for the Master's Final Project): February 3rd to 7th, 2020.

Important dates (2020/2021 year)

TBD. In the meantime, please see the information published by the Rectorate.


  1. All students will make annual enrollment.

    A minimum of 12 credits for annual enrollment is required, except for students who have a lower number of credits to complete their studies. There is no limit to the maximum number of credits for enrollme

  3. The student may choose between a single payment or installments. In the latter case, eight installments are established for payment of tuition.
  4. The student must enroll in bridge complements during the regular (annual) registration period.
  5. Students may enroll for the Master's Final Project (MFP) during regular or extended enrollment periods, and the project may be defended at any time during the corresponding year or semester.
  6. Considering the uniqueness of the MFP, in the event that the student has not passed during an academic year, the price to be paid the following academic year is 25% of the price of the first registration from the Decree of Public Prices, which entitles the student to a single examination session, notwithstanding other rights acquired when registering for said subject.
  7. Students who are not enrolled in any Master’s in Data Science subjects lose their official status as students at the UPM and are not eligible for official or unofficial grants, mobility assistance, etc. As such, we advise students who have completed the rest of the course to register for their MFP at the beginning of the respective semester to ensure that they retain their UPM student status.