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Admission procedure

If you wish to apply at EEBE as an exchange student, please bear in mind the following:

  • Your home university must have a bilateral agreement with EEBE. In case there is no agreement, you could apply as a visiting student. Please, find out UPC regulation for this modality, here. The tuition fee for Bachelor degrees is around 148€/ECTS.

  • You must be nominated by your university. Please, ask your home coordinator to contact us at

  • If you would like to carry out a Project, you must look for an EEBE advisor before applying.


AUTUMN SEMESTER or full academic year.

From 15 April to 31 May.
SPRING SEMESTER. From 20 October to 30 November.


STEP 1: Filling in the Learning Agreement

STEP 2: Getting the compulsory documents ready. 

  • Learning agreement signed by you and your home coordinator (after the acceptance, we will send it back signed by us).
  • Copy of your passport or identity card.
  • Transcript of records of the whole previous study.
  • Sign the academic responsible statement.
  • Sign the insurance responsible statement.
  • Proof of English or Spanish proficiency (minimum B1) or a statement from your University stating your language level is B1 or higher. 
  • If you are planning to take courses taught in English, you will need an English certificate.
  • If you are planning to take courses taught in Spanish, you will need a Spanish certificate.
  • If you are planning to mix courses taught in both languages, you will need both certificates.

STEP 3: Online Application.

  • Read carefully the application guide. 
  • Double check the compulsory documents and the learning agreement (be sure it is signed by your home coordinator).
  • Fill in the application form and submit it before the deadline.

Please, don't submit your application until you get ready all the documents duly signed.


Application deadline: 20 Oct-30 Nov.



Your application will be evaluated by the International Office.

The confirmation of admission can take one month or more after the deadline.

In case of acceptance, we will send you back the learning agreement signed by our coordinator.

Plan your trip to Barcelona taking into account the academic calendar as well as other issues detailed here.

Non-EU students who come to study for more than three months must apply for a student visa at the Spanish embassy in their home country.