The admissions process to request your place at ESDi can be done throughout the year, although the most common and recommended is formalized between twelve and six months before the start of the academic year in September. It’s important to keep in mind that the places for each specialty are limited and are covered rigorously by order of reservation, which is why some groups might be close several months before the start of the academic year. Once the reservation of the place has been formalized, enrollment will be made in the established periods (July-ordinary call or September-extraordinary call).
1. Request information through our website, completing the following form, or contacting by email at email@example.com, or by telephone at +34 937 274 819. The admissions department will contact you to arrange a personalized interview (including a visit to the facilities), or through Skype.
2. Formalize the access test (online) of ESDi (there is no additional cost). Depending on the result, if necessary, an interview with an academic leader will be arranged.
3. For the Degree in English, you must present an official diploma of Spanish that certifies a minimum level of B2.
4. You will receive the letter of admission to the requested program from your advisor.
5. Make the payment of the place reservation.
6. Start the enrollment process.
ACCESS ACCORDING TO ORIGIN
a) Students from the Spanish education system
- Baccalaureate + University Entrance Exam (PAU)
- Vocational training (possibility of validations)
- Entrance examination for students over 25, 40 or 45 years old
- University studies iniciated (possible study of credits recognition)
b) Students from European educational systems, Switzerland, International Baccalaureate and China
- If this is the first time that you access university in Spain, you must obtain the acreditation for the Spanish University by writing to www.uned.es/accesoUE.
c) Students from other educational systems. With nationality of the European Union, or residence in Spain, and coming from non-European educational systems and do not have signed a reciprocal agreement with Spain
- Obtain the validation of the completed studies through the Spanish Ministry of Education (all official academic documentation must be submitted in Spanish or English. For all other languages, it is essential to provide a sworn translation into Spanish or English that includes the seal official of the center of the origin country).