If you have completed the selection process, the next step is to produce provisional credit recognition/transfer report so that you know what your definitive acceptance will be like. The provisional credit recognition/transfer report has a cost of € 100 which must be paid by credit card or bank transfer. If you choose to pay by bank transfer, send us a proof of payment to email@example.com
For the provisional report to be prepared, you must supply the following documentation:
- Academic transcript for the courses you have taken until now indicating the number of ECTS credits for each subject and the number of class hours per ECTS.
- An informative document explaining the grading system of the university in the home country or the grading scale, indicating the minimum grade to pass and how the grading scale works.
- Study plan of the entire degree that you are studying at your home university.
- Syllabi for the subjects you have already passed, as well as for those you believe you will pass this academic term (these subjects will be recognized provisionally until you are able to provide a transcript proving you have passed).
If your documents are not in Spanish or English, we will indicate whether it is necessary to provide a translation of the documents.
Once your documentation has been submitted, we will inform you of the outcome within 3 weeks so that you can understand clearly the conditions under which you would be enrolling at our University.
If you agree with the provisional credit recognition/transfer report, you must notify us by sending an email to the Admission and New International Student Service in order to proceed with your definitive admission.
In order to formalize the admission, the candidate must pay the reservation fee of € 595 and the Hospitality Services fee of €500. An email with instructions will be sent.
CEU San Pablo University’s model of higher education, based on personalized accompaniment, the values of Christian Humanism, solidarity and team work, means that the University can only guarantee the competence of its graduates after they have spent a period of time exposed to this model. For this reason, it only accepts academic transfers from other Universities that do not involve recognition or transfer of more than 120 credits.