Following are the admission requirements to get an admission for Bachelors:
Please remember that all the required documents need to be translated into Spanish language.
Students should prove their proficiency in any of the commonly accepted English language courses like TOEFL and IELTS in order to get the admission. Though the required scores vary from one school to another, higher education institutions in Europe request students to have a minimum level of competency equivalent to a B1/B2 level as described by the European language passport.
Successful completion of upper secondary studies, and possession of a valid school leaving certificate qualify for higher education studies in Spain. A respectable knowledge of English and Spanish needs to be proved.
Master's studies Second Cycle:
Possessing a relevant Bachelor's degree or diploma is required.
PhD studies Third Cycle:
Non-EU students need to have a valid school leaving certificate and also must pass the Spanish university entrance examination, called Selectividad which has the Structure of text analysis, questions about History of Philosophy of Spain, foreign language exam from among English, French, German, Italian or Portuguese and finally a test in one of the core subjects. Spanish is the language in which students can take the Selectividad exam.