Access, Pre-registration and Registration

Acceso, Preinscripción y Matrícula
Acceso, Preinscripción y Matrícula
Acceso, Preinscripción y Matrícula

Rre-registration Access

National students

Elisava is a centre attached to the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), a public university. Therefore, to access any of our degree studies, you must follow the procedures established by the Generalitat de Catalunya and the School itself.

Here is a summary of the main access and pre-registration routes. If after reading this you want more information or you have doubts, you can visit the portal of the Generalitat or contact us.

1. Baccalaureate + University Access Test (PAU)

High school students or students who have completed their high school, must take the entrance exams to the university (PAU) to access any of the Degrees that are taught in Elisava.

Once they have taken and passed the tests, they must pre-register through the portal of the Generalitat de Catalunya (two calls: June and September).

2. Higher Degree Training Programmes

Students can access if they have a superior technical degree and have passed a higher education training programme, a training programme of plastic arts and design or if they have superior or similar sports training.

As part of the public system of allocation of places, once they have completed their higher education training programme, they must submit a pre-registration application through the portal of Generalitat de Catalunya (two calls: June and September).

To see the list of higher education training programmes with valid validations in one of the two Degrees of Elisava click on the following links:

3. Students over 25 years, 40 years or 45 years

Students who are over 25, can access the university by taking and passing the entrance exams to the university for students over 25. Once the test is passed, they must submit a pre-registration application through the Generalitat de Catalunya portal (two calls: June and September).

Students over 40, they can prove work and professional experience in relation to the official university degree study. Students who do not have any degree that enables them to access by any other way can request this access.

Students over 45, can access the university by passing the university entrance exams for people over 45 years of age. Once the test is passed, they must submit a pre-registration application through the Generalitat de Catalunya portal (two calls: June and September).

More information at this link.

International Students of the EU

Here is a summary of the main access and pre-registration routes for students who come from a member state of the European Union or from other states with which international agreements have been signed.

If after reading this you want more information or you have doubts, you can visit the portal of Generalitat de Catalunya or contact us.

1. International baccalaureate and in the EU

If this is the first time that you want to access the university and want to do it in Spain, visit www.uned.es/accesoUE to obtain the access application to the Spanish university.

Once you have obtained this accreditation, you must submit a pre-registration application through the portal of Generalitat de Catalunya (two calls: June and September).

Students from Outside the EU

Here is a summary of the main access and pre-registration routes for students who from a not member state of the European Union or from other states in which international agreements haven't been signed.

If after reading this you want more information or you have doubts, you can visit the portal of Generalitat de Catalunya  or contact us.

Keep in mind that, to apply for this access, students must credit a minimum of university credits (30 ECTS or 100 ECTS depending on your interest).

Application

Once received confirmation of their admission to the School, students must submit their application and hand it in personally at our facilities.

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