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Students who wish to register for a Spanish or International Programme at Nebrija University will need to complete the following steps:

Option 1 | PDF

PDF Application Form

Documents to accompany this application:

  • 1. Photocopy of your passport
  • 2. Photocopy of your academic transcript
  • 3. Two passport-size photographs
  • 4. Photocopy of medical insurance (valid in Spain)
  • 5. Payment form (not applicable to exchange students)

Send the Application Form together with the required documentation:
International Programmes Office
Campus de Madrid-Princesa
Santa Cruz de Marcenado, 27 28015 Madrid
Tel- 91 452 11 03
Fax. +34 91 952 11 32

incoming@nebrija.es


Option 2 | Web

Online Application Form

Please use this sheet as a reference when completing our Application Form. Students should apply for one of the following programmes:

INTEGRATED PROGRAMMES WITH SPANISH STUDENTS (PI)

Each programme consists of regular degree courses taken alongside Spanish students (see programme designations below).

  • Minimum level of Spanish (B2) required to take classes taught in Spanish. A pre-admission placement test from the Universidad Nebrija is available.
  • If a student wishes to take classes taught in English, the home university should make sure the student has a minimum level of B2 in English.
  • Students will choose courses from only one programme, which will take place entirely on one campus (La Berzosa, Dehesa de la Villa Campus or San Rafael-Nebrija, depending on the area of study).
PROGRAMME TITLE Abbreviation Students may select courses from the following areas:
Integrated Programme: Social Sciences PICS
  • Business Administration
  • Law
  • International Relations
  • Tourism
Integrated Programme: Communication Sciences PICC
  • Journalism
  • Advertising and Public Relations
  • Audiovisual Communication
Integrated Programme: Polytechnic School PIEPS
  • Engineering
  • Performing Arts
  • Architecture / Design
Integrated Programme: Arts and Letters PIAL
  • Education
  • Modern Languages

HISPANIC STUDIES PROGRAMME (PEH)

This programme consists of Language, Conversation, Culture and Literature courses offered at all levels, from absolute beginners to heritage speakers. This programme takes place on the Dehesa de la Villa Campus.

No previous Spanish language level requirement.

NOTE:
Any student may enrol in an optional Preparatory Course (Spanish Language and Culture) taught in September and January for an additional fee.

Documentation download: Application form