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Admission quick guide
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How to Apply
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FInalize Your Enrollment
Choose the undergraduate program you would like to study
As well as finding useful information on this website, you can register to attend one of our upcoming events (Open Days, Virtual Insight Sessions, etc.).
How to apply
Complete the Application form in the language you wish to study in.
Take the IE University Admissions Test, or present your SAT/ACT/CAS/LNAT results.
Get ready for the personal interview that you will have a few days after the admission test, and after completing and submitting the required documents.
You will be informed of the Admissions Committee's decision in writing about two weeks after the personal interview.
Reserve your place
Once you've been accepted, you can make the payment to reserve your place (€1,500).
Finalize your Enrollment
If you meet Spanish legal requirements for university entry, you can finalize your enrollment by submitting the required documents before the start of the academic year.
Once you have paid to reserve your place, you will be sent your login details by e-mail so that you can access our online campus, where you will find details of your study plan.
The Student Office will contact you to:
1) Help you with your student visa (if you are from a non-EU country).
2) Help you to find accommodation. If you are a new student, you can apply for a place in the Segovia campus Residence Hall from November 1st. Places are allocated between June and July of the following year on a first come, first served basis.
3) Inform you about the orientation week (only for new students) in mid-September.
Classes for new students start the week after Orientation Week.