Admission

If you want to study at San Jorge University through and exchange programme, please contact the International Office at your own university who will contact us to register your interest. If you have any specific questions about a stay at San Jorge before you apply, you can get in touch with our International Office and our staff will help you.

In order to be admitted to an official undergraduate or postgraduate programme at San Jorge University you must meet the corresponding entrance requirements as well as specific language requirements.

In order to be accepted onto a San Jorge University undergraduate programme you must meet one of the following access requirements:

  1. Pass the Spanish University Entrance Exam.
  2. Pass the Entrance Exam for Candidates Over 25 Years Old.
  3. Certify professional experience (applicable to candidates over 40 years old).
  4. Pass the Entrance Exam for Candidates Over 45 Years Old.
  5. Hold one of the following Spanish qualifications:
    • Técnico Superior de Formación Profesional
    • Técnico Superior de Artes Plásticas y Diseño
    • Técnico Deportivo Superior
  6. Hold a pre-university secondary education qualification from any country belonging to the European Union or other education systems with international agreements with Spain.
  7. Hold a Bachiller qualification from country not belonging to the European Union and equivalent to a Spanish Bachiller qualification
  8. Hold a Spanish university qualification.
  9. Have previous unfinished university studies from a foreign university.

In order to be accepted onto a San Jorge University Masters programme you must meet one of the following access requirements:

  1. Hold a Spanish undergraduate qualification.
  2. Hold an undergraduate qualification from a higher education institution in a country belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that permits access to a Masters programme in that same country.
  3. Hold an undergraduate qualification from a higher education institution in a country not belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that has been recognised by San Jorge University as being of a level equivalent to a comparable Spanish undergraduate qualification and that permits access to a Masters programme in the country of origin.
  1. In general terms a candidate will be give access to a PhD programme if they hold a Spanish undergraduate qualification (or equivalent) and a Masters qualification.
  2. A candidate will also be given access if one of the following conditions is met:
    • Hold a Spanish undergaduate qualification, or the equivalent qualification from a member country of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), that allows access onto a Masters programme in accordance with Article 16 of the Royal Decree 1993/2007 and have a total of at least 300 ECTS credits, of which a minimum of 60 ECTS credits must be at a Masters level.
    • Hold a Spanish undergraduate qualification with a duration, according to European legislation, of at least 300 ECTS credits. Such graduates will have to take compulsory credits as required by Article 7.2 of the Royal Decree 99/2011, unless the corresponding undergraduate programme contained credits in research training equivalent to the credits for research training in a postgraduate Masters programme.
    • University graduates who have already obtained a place on the heathcare specialist programme and have already received a positive assessment during at least two academic years of training towards the official qualification as one of the Health Sciences specialists.
    • Hold a qualification from a higher education institution in a country not belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that has been recognised by San Jorge University as being of a level equivalent to a comparable Spanish Masters qualification and that permits access to a PhD programme in the country of origin. This access does not imply and official recognition of the previous qualification other than that for access to the corresponding PhD programme.
    • Hold a PhD qualification obtained during previous higher education systems.