Please refer to thebachelor degree’s admission process for more information.
This document provides students with information on the admissions process for accessing bachelor’s degrees and vocational training courses at Universidad Europea:
*The Bachelor’s in Medicine has its own admissions process .
*The Bachelor’s in Dentistry and the Bachelor’s in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences may require additional documents or specific evidence.
1. Complete the application form
The first step is to fill out an online application form depending on your eligibility, and arrange to take the admission tests for the Bachelor’s in Medicine at the next available date. Apply online.
2. Pay the admission fees
3. Request a credit recognition plan
Request a credit recognition plan*—it’s simple, free of cost and commitment-free.
Should you have any questions regarding credit recognition, send these to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to request a credit recognition plan, you must provide the following documents:
If you are applying for recognition based on work experience, it is necessary to provide:
Certificate from employer, in case the student needs to prove the functions performed in a given company, or for students with international professional experience who are unable to provide a certificate of work history. Once the application is completed, you will receive your credit recognition plan within a few days.
*The credit recognition plan is intended to be used as guidance. It will not be officially recognised until all of the information in the file is validated and approved by the Dean of the Faculty.
4. Take the admissions tests
You will take this test once you complete your application and pay the admission test fees. You can pay online or in person by arranging an appointment with your advisor and coming to any of the University’s headquarters at the facilities set up for this purpose.
This test assess skills/abilities related to:
It lasts approximately 30 minutes and consists of:
This must be taken by all students who come from countries whose official language is not English, except for those who have opted to study degrees where the language of instruction is not Spanish or English. This tests your level of English by assessing:
This test must be taken by:
This tests your level of Spanish by assessing:
The candidate will answer a list of motivational questions to be assessed by a member of the corresponding faculty as part of the
This general knowledge test is only necessary for international applicants who are registering to enrol in the first year of their bachelor's degree in Spain and who do not have a UNED credential (1). They must therefore authorise their High School Diploma (bachillerato) via the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
To pass this test, students must obtain a mark of 5 or higher.
Admitting the student does not depend solely on the result obtained in this test. This test will determine the student’s individual academic needs.
Take the general knowledge test.
(1) NOTE: Students who can apply via the UNED credential route are those who come from the following educational systems: Germany, Andorra, Austria, International Baccalaureate, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, China, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, European Schools, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Romania, Sweden and Switzerland, and any other State with which an international agreement is signed on a reciprocal basis.
5. Confirmation of admission
Once you have completed your admissions tests, you can check the status of your application on the pre-student portal. You can also check in with your advisor.
Once inside the portal you will have to click on GO TO APPLICATION. If the RESERVE step is highlighted blue it means you have been accepted into the University.
6. Reserve your place and enrol
Reserving your place means that you accept the spot and wish to continue with the enrolment process at the University. We recommend you secure your reservation within 7 calendar days of receiving the letter.
You can pay to reserve your place once you are registered on the pre-student portal . The payment methods are:
Regardless of the method of payment used, the student must submit a duly completed direct debit form.
The fee to reserve a place depends on the degree chosen. You can find information about the fees in the rates page.
The student will always be informed of the next steps in the admission process, either by their advisor or via the pre-student portal where they will have previously registered their personal information.
Students who apply with recognised subjects must enrol in a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 72 credits each academic year. For Joint Honours degrees, the maximum is set at 84 credits each academic year.
All students who enrol at the Universidad Europea for the first time to study a bachelor’s degree must open an academic file.
To open an academic file, you must make a single payment of €770. This amount will be debited from the account you indicate in the financial and family-data form that you must submit along with your registration file.
Once admission is confirmed, you must digitally sign all the necessary documents on the pre-student portal to complete your enrolment. To do this, you will receive a link via email that will direct you to a digital signature platform where you will find the following documents:
Students of the Faculty of Health and Biomedical Sciences:
Please contact your advisor if you encounter any problems with the digital signature platform.
Students of the Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences
Students who enrol in the Bachelor's Degree in Activity Sciences, the Bachelor's Degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences or the Bachelor's Degree in Physiotherapy must present the corresponding medical certificate on the day of the test.
Students must also provide proof of compliance with the legal requirements for the programme they are interested in. These documents can be submitted in the following ways:
Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes
Villaviciosa de Odón Campus Edificio B.
c/ Tajo,s/n. Urb. El Bosque. 28670.
Villaviciosa de Odón Madrid
The time limit for late enrolment in a trimester is 6 weeks. At the end of this period, it is up to the dean of each Faculty or School to authorise a student's enrolment.
7. Submit the Legal Admission Requirement
You must provide your admission documents as soon as possible or, at the very latest, when completing your registration.
Your enrolment is conditional on submitting these documents to the University before completing your registration.
If you do not provide them, you must commit in writing to do so before 15th November 2021.
Vocational Training, Advanced Vocational Training or FP2.
*Information subject to possible regulatory changes
HOW TO SEND THE LEGAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENT DOCUMENTS
a) Villaviciosa de Odón Campus Ediﬁcio B.
Dpto. Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes.
c/ Tajo,s/n. Urb. El Bosque.
28670. Villaviciosa de Odón Madrid
b) Alcobendas Campus
Dpto. Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes.
Avda. Fernando Alonso, 8.
28108. Alcobendas Madrid