Enrollment

Enrollment process

You will be able to enroll at IE University once you have completed your high school studies, met the admission requirements and paid to reserve your place.

 

 

 

First-year students

Step 1: Complete and sign your enrollment contract

During this stage, you must indicate the tuition payment option you have selected, fill out the required information, and digitally sign the enrollment contract. If you are under 18 years old, one of your parents or your legal guardian must also digitally sign the contract.

 

 

 

Payment information for tuition fees here

Step 2: Pay the IE Foundation contribution

To become an IE University student, all IE Community members should make a one-off contribution to the IE Foundation. This is a single payment of €1200 to be made during the first-year enrollment process.

There are two options:

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Students may either make an online payment via flywire using the link they will receive by email when completing the enrollment contract, or by bank transfer.

BANK DETAILS:

Fundación Instituto de Empresa

Banco Santander. Plaza Manuel Gomez Moreno, 2. 28020. Madrid

IBAN: ES3600491811312910475305

BIC/SWIFT: BSCHESMM

 

 

 

Step 3: Legalize your studies

All students are required to complete the enrollment process. If you need to have your studies officially validated (through the Spanish Ministry of Education) please bear in mind that your enrollment will not be completed until you have obtained the relevant credentials.

The Admissions Department will be available to help you with this process. You must hand in or submit by post the corresponding documents to IE University Admissions – Madrid Campus or Segovia Campus before the 15th of October.

Once the deadline has passed, students who are still only conditionally enrolled may be denied entry during that academic year.

 

 

 

ACADEMIC DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ENROLLMENT

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITHIN THE SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM

If you have studied in Spain, or in a school outside Spain that follows the Spanish education system, you will need to submit your EBAU/EVAU official scorecard to demonstrate that you have officially passed the exam.

 

 

 

Countries that have a bilateral agreement with Spain

If you have studied in the European Union, Switzerland or any other country with a bilateral agreement with Spain, or possess a European or International Baccalaureate Diploma, you will need to submit the credentials given by Spanish National University of Distance Education (UNED). You can find more information about the educational systems and countries with bilateral agreement with Spain in the following document provided by UNED (page 16).

 

 

 

UNED Regulations

Students coming from other education systems

If you have studied in a country that does not currently have a bilateral agreement with Spain, you must first ensure that you will be allowed to enter Spain with a student visa. In this case, you must officially validate your credentials through the Spanish Ministry of Education.

 

 

 

Special Educational Needs during the admissions process

Offering equitable and inclusive learning opportunities to students is our priority at IE University.

We believe that helping students thrive and embracing diversity includes properly supporting the individual needs of each student. To meet this goal, IE University offers a variety of accommodations for students with SEN (Special Educational Needs) both in the application process and for the duration of their studies. To ensure that accommodations are considered during the admissions process, please upload your supporting documentation to the documents section of your Online Application or send them directly to your Admissions Advisor via email. IE University maintains strict confidentially. Only documentation that demonstrates the existence of a special educational need by means of standardized diagnostic tests that are recognized internationally and are carried out by a certified professional will be accepted. The documents must be originals or certified copies, accompanied by a sworn translation into English or Spanish if they are written in any other language.

 

 

 

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TO ENROLL AT IE UNIVERSITY

Below you can find details on the legal requirements and steps needed to validate your credentials in order to formalize your enrollment. The process of validation can take anywhere from 3 to 6 months. Your enrollment at IE University cannot be official until your credentials have been processed by the Spanish Ministry of Education. We strongly recommend that all students in need of assistance throughout this process reach out to the Admissions Department for more information.

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PAYMENT METHODS

  • PAYMENT METHODS
    1 PAYMENT METHODS FOR THE TUITIONS FEE

    All families with a bank account in the SEPA zone are expected to pay by Direct Debit only. This is mandatory for all SEPA fiscal residents.

    Payment methods for all other residents:

    1. Online payment via flywire. You will receive instructions to complete this payment in your first tuition invoice.
    2. By bank transfer (see below for bank details). Please ensure to state in the payment details the student’s full name and their student ID number, which they will receive after completing their enrollment.

     

     

     

  • PAYMENT OPTIONS
    1 PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR TUITIONS FEE

    All families with a bank account in the SEPA zone are expected to pay by Direct Debit only, being mandatory for the SEPA fiscal residents.

    Payment methods for all other cases:

    • Credit card
    • Bank transfer indicating the student’s full name and degree (see below for details)

    Payment Options

    1. A single payment for the full academic year, which should be made by October 2nd.

    2. Payment for the full academic year in 3 installments.

    50% by October 2nd.

    25% by January 2nd.

    25% by April 2nd.

    3. Payment for the full academic year in 8 installments. Invoice payments are collected from September to April. For SEPA account holders only.

     

     

     

BANK DETAILS

MADRID CENTER

INSTITUTO DE EMPRESA S.L.
CAIXABANK
C/ VELÁZQUEZ, 85
28006 MADRID
IBAN: ES2721008647340200160426
SWIFT: CAIXESBBXXX

Important warning regarding bank transfers: The transfer receipt should be sent to the following email address: ieuadministracion@ie.edu

Administration Department address (Madrid):
Departamento de Administración
IE Tower – Av. de Monforte de Lemos 4,
28029 Madrid

 

SEGOVIA CAMPUS

IE UNIVERSIDAD
BANKINTER
AVDA. PARTENÓN, 10; 1ª PLANTA
28042 MADRID. ESPAÑA
IBAN: ES14 0128 9407 4801 0001 6272
SWIFT/BIC: BKBKESMM

Important warning regarding bank transfers: The transfer receipt should be sent to the following email address: ieuadministracion@ie.edu

Administration Department address (Segovia):
Departamento de Administración
Cardenal Zúñiga, 12
40003 Segovia (Spain)

 

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INFORMATION ON FEES FOR STUDENTS TRANSFERRING OR CHANGING PROGRAM

Payment methods and options are exactly the same as for first-year students.

Once you have completed the credit recognition process and paid to reserve your place, you will be able to enroll at IE University, sign the contract and pay the IE Foundation contribution (see Steps 1 and 2 for first-year students above). The total amount of tuition fees payable will depend on the number of recognized credits you bring from your previous university as shown on your credit recognition report. To comply with the legal requirements for official access, you must submit your official university transcripts to the Admissions Department. If your university of origin is non-European, you will need to legalize your documents first.

Visiting students

Once you have paid to reserve your place for the upcoming semester, you will be able to select your courses of choice in the enrollment platform and then enroll at IE University by signing the contract. Visiting students do not receive the benefits of the IE Foundation contribution and therefore are exempt from this payment.

Payment methods and options for visiting students:

Visiting students may only pay for their semester at IE University by making one full payment.

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