A) Students from educational systems from member states of the European Union or from other States which Spain has signed the corresponding reciprocal international Agreements with, and who meet the academic requirements asked for in their educational systems, can be accepted at a Spanish university under the same conditions as students who have passed the entrance exam.
Admission procedures to the university can be consulted at the UNED, where it is possible to obtain accreditation for admission
For those places given on a competitive basis, where the admission mark is higher than the maximum 10 marks that may be accredited, students will have to do a specific phase of the Spanish pre-university entrance exam to obtain a maximum of 4 marks, which the host university will add to the accredited marks.
For more information: Pre-university entrance exam.
In order to gain admission to the university, students must complete the pre-registration application for degree courses.
B). Students who have completed their pre-university studies in educational systems from non-member States of the European Union, or from other States which Spain has not signed a reciprocal international Agreement with, must previously apply to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport for official accreditation of their studies and take the UNED entrance exam to be accepted at the university.
C). Students from the educational systems referred to in section A) who do not meet the academic requirements for university admission in their respective educational system, but can accredit studies compatible with the Spanish Baccalaureate must previously apply to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport for official accreditation of their studies, and take the UNED entrance exam.