Application Form

Application Form

STEPS IN YOUR ADMISSION PROCESS

FILLING OUT THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

The application form contains detailed step-by-step information on how to fill it in, guiding you through the process.

This platform give candidates the opportunity to highlight their past experiences and future aspirations.

Your application is subject to a non-refundable admission fee of €120. It will not be reviewed by the Admissions Committee until submitted and the admission fee has been paid. You can find information on how to pay this fee at the end of the application form.

The application may be saved at any time during the process but it must be completed it within one month.

Remember, you can contact us for any queries you may have at university@ie.edu.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED (SPECIFIED IN APPLICATION FORM)

Admission test results, if you took the SAT, ACT, CAS or LNAT (doesn’t apply to visiting students).

High school academic records (or university if you are a transfer or visiting student).

One letter of recommendation from your professor/tutor, or another from your Head of Studies/Dean.

Copy of your passport, I.D. or residence permit (NIE).

A recent CV which includes your academic background, work experience and extracurricular activities.

A passport-sized photo.

Additional documents: a portfolio of your work, diploma or prize which you feel will give us a better overview of you, your achievements and your interests.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All official documentation required by the admissions department must be translated into Spanish or English. For any questions, please do not hesitate to email your advisor at: university@ie.edu

A portfolio of creative work is required for the Bachelor in Architectural Studies program and the Bachelor in Design. Candidates should provide examples of their work, illustrating their creativity, artistic talent and design skills.

As a prospective student at IE University, you must be proficient in English. In addition, to obtain your degree, you must be sufficiently proficient in Spanish (minimum B1 level). Although you can submit certificates as proof of your English level (e.g. TOEFL), your proficiency will be tested throughout the admission process.

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