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Admission Process

1. Choose your programme

Do you want to start the admissions process? - Admissions form

Need help? Call us at 918340192 or click on “request information” and we will call you

2. Check your requirements

Documents required by our University

  • If you are entering the University with a High School Diploma in LOE or LOGSE formats:
  • Degree, or
  • Proof you have passed university entrance exams
  • Official academic certificate stating that you have requested and paid the fees to obtain the High School Diploma and the date of the request. This contains the student’s average grade from their academic file as well as the average mark for all subjects taken—excluding religion.
  • If you are entering the University with a University Orientation Course (COU):
  • Proof you have passed university entrance exams or
  • Official academic certificate stating that you have completed BUP and COU studies. This contains the student’s average mark on their academic record and all subjects taken

Documents required for the admission process:

  • Photocopy of DNI or passport (if you are not Spanish)
  • Your CV
  • Admission form

3. Credit recognition process

If you have relevant work experience and are already enrolled with us, you can request a free credit recognition consultation as well as a WCT module exemption. To request your free credit recognition and transfer request form, click here

The documents that you need to provide are:

  • Request form (link here) of the Order ECD/1055/2017 of 26th October. Make sure to explicitly indicate the code and the exact name of the professional modules established in the Royal Decrees of your degree.
  • You must present a copy of your work experience corresponding to one year of full-time work. This experience—which must be related to the vocational training in which you are enrolled—will allow us to assess whether you have acquired the module’s learning outcomes. Full-time volunteer experiences and grants related to the competencies of the vocational training will also be considered.
  • Your CV
  • DNI/Passport (for foreign students)

You will also need to send this document to the following email: centroprofesional@universidadeuropea.es

4. Take the tests

Do you want to take the admission tests? Admission form

The entrance exams consist of:

  • Language assessment tests
  • Interview/cover letter
  • Competences and skills assessment test.

Results/required levels (There is no required level for the language evaluation tests, except if your first language is not Spanish, in which case you will need to get an A2 or higher on the Spanish test)

Documents required for the admission process:

  • Photocopy of DNI or passport (if you are not Spanish)
  • Your CV
  • Admission form

5. Reserve your place

Once you have finished the admissions process, you may begin the reservation process.

If you wish for us to guarantee you a place at the University, you must confirm that you will continue with the registration process after receiving our acceptance letter. The reservation fee should be paid prior to enrolment.

You can pay the €500 fee through the following link.

We recommend that you begin the reservation process at most 7 days after being accepted to Universidad Europea.

The payment methods are:

  • CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD, which registers you immediately.
  • ONLINE TRANSFER, which will register you approximately 3 to 5 days from the start of the transaction.
  • DIRECT DEBIT, taken from the account you have indicated in your pre-student portal. In order to use this form of payment, you must have a bank account in Spain or within the SEPA territory (Single Euro Payment Area) that supports this payment method. The SEPA territory includes the member countries of the European Union, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland.

6. Complete your registration

The University is working on digitalising the admissions and registration process. We will keep you updated. Until these changes are finalised, the enrolment process will be handled by your academic advisor.

The required documents must be turned in at the University.