Undergraduate Admission Documents
Documents you need to upload when filling in an Application Form
Before you start to fill in the online application form and to upload certificates please read the following document. You
will be able to save time and energy if you prepare all required documents in advance.
If you have any doubt please send an email to email@example.com - subject line: Documentation for Admission.
FIRST YEAR candidates
Candidates applying as First Year students should upload the following
documents on the admission process application form:
Scanned copy of your Passport or ID card.
Scanned copies of all High School Transcript of records: last 2 years.*
Scanned copy of your High School Diploma and grades.
Candidates currently taking their final year at High School should upload the
Transcript of records with the results they have achieved until now. In this
case, if available, candidates can also provide us with their predicted grades.
WARNING: If you wish to study Vétérinaire (French Degree) you need to
follow the instructions given to you by e-mail. / *Candidates from Italy or
non-EU study systems should upload last 3 years.
First Year – EU study system: official
translation is not required if original
documents are issued in Spanish, French
First Year – Non-EU study system:
translation is not required if the original
documents uploaded with the Admission
Form are in Spanish, English or French.
However, all documentation will have to be
officially translated into Spanish for
Transfer candidates: Translation is
needed for academic documents in case
they are in any other language than Spanish,
English or French. By the time of enrollment
all documents will have to be officially
translated into any of the mentioned
languages even if, for certain degrees, we
accepted non-official translation with the
Candidates applying as Transfer students, from another university, need
to have passed a minimum of 30 ECTS (Credits) in order to apply. To certify
this, they will need to upload the following documents:
Scanned copy of your Passport or ID card.
An Official Certificate of your results that includes the grading system
of the program.
The syllabus of the subjects you have passed and wish to validate.
This uploaded documentation will be assessed by the appropriate Faculty
and has to be fully uploaded. The Faculty will study the dossier and they will
draft a validation of credits proposal that will be sent back to the student.
For certain Degrees, this procedure may vary.
You must scan
Any documents that you scan for uploading
must be from original documents. If the
document is in colour, scan it in colour.
Remember to include all pages of
documents that contain any type of
text/writing. Be sure that everything in the
document is visible on the scan.
Your academic documents will have to be
uploaded in only one .pdf file.
And if I get accepted*…
As a 1st Year student – EU study system: all academic documentation will have to be certified.
As a 1st Year student – non-EU study system: all academic documents need to be legalised and a copy
of your passport copy certified.
As a Transfer student – EU study system: all academic documentation will have to be duly signed and
stamped by your university.
As a Transfer student – non-EU study system: all academic documents need to be legalised.
All students need to bring paper documents to the Registrar for enrolment.
Warning: Remember that first, you will need to legalise and after officially translate the documents, if required!
How can I legalise my documents?
Original documents can be legalized in two ways:
The original documents must be presented following this order to:
The Ministry of Education or institution responsible for the document in the country of origin.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the documents were issued.
A Spanish consulate or embassy in your home country.
The previous way for legalizing the documents is not necessary for the countries that have signed
the Hague Convention. It is sufficient that the authorities of the country extend the apostille.
Click here to find a list of countries that have signed the Hague Convention.
How can I make certified copies of my documents?
You can make certified copies of your documents by bringing the original ones to :
A Spanish Embassy
A Spanish Consulate
*If you get accepted you will receive more detailed information about the documentation you need to provide and the
way in which it has to be presented for your enrollment.