Here you will find the necessary information to apply for degree programs offered by the school. Click each of the options on the menu below to access information.
The process of application and admission involves two stages:
This must be done on-line. When this is completed, the application will be given a corresponding receipt stating a date and time to do the entrance examination.
The applicant can choose between two options:
For degree programs offering more than one timetable, whether the student can choose their preference will depend on the order of conditioned enrollment, and for those who formalize their enrollment in July, if there is still the option of choosing, they must keep in mind that priority is given based on the order of application.
The student must apply to the National University of Distance Education for the accreditation which confirms the fact that requirements are met in order to be able to enter the university system. (The "Selectivity exam" is therefore not necessary, but without accreditation, it will not be possible for the student to enroll in the degree.) Educational Systems which can use this format are the following: Germany, Andorra, Austria, European schools (European baccalaureate), International Baccalaureate, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latonia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, China and Cyprus.
You can apply to do our courses by validating a baccalaureate qualification at the Spanish Ministry of Education or local government education offices which are authorised to so like the Generalitat de Catalunya. The application for validation is sufficient for the student to enroll in degree courses, but final enrollment will depend on receiving final validation. This process can take up to 3 months so it must be begun at the same time as the enrollment procedure. If validation of the documentation necessary for enrollment cannot be obtained within the established deadlines, enrollment and related entrance tests will be considered invalid. Students who belong to a European Union country or are resident in Spain, and come from European educational Systems which have no recognised agreement with Spain, should contact the admissions department/registrar's office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Blanquerna schools have an entrance test which is appropriate for each degree course, and which can be taken throughout the application period. The date of the test is assigned when enrollment is formalized and recorded on the application document. Passing the test corresponding to any Blanquerna degree will be honored for any Blanquerna degree, if the student were to decide to change degrees. However, it must be kept in mind that some degrees may have a specific test as a prerequisite. Students who pass the entrance examinations may apply for enrollment based on whether they pass “Selectivity” or "Ciclo Formativo de Grado Superior".
For the Communication degrees, the exams will consist of:
Prospective students of the International Relations and Global Communication Management Degrees are required to have a level that is equivalent or superior to the First Certificate level of English (B2 in the CEFR).
For the Degree in International Relations, the exam will consist of:
For the Degree in Global Communication Management, the exam will consist of:
These dates correspond to the academic year 2021/2022:
A few days after the respective entrance tests, admission results will be given. Dates will also be given for conditional and definitive enrollment.
Payment of the course is made in interest-free installments. After enrolling, students will have two working days to pay 50% of the total cost of the credits they intend to study using the payment system they select, which will not be direct debit. The remaining will be split into 9 monthly installments, due from October to June, which will be paid by direct debit. Bank details must be entered when students enroll.
The prices will be updated each academic year. Enrollment conditions stipulate that fees paid cannot be refunded for any reason.
This note is merely a summary of the general enrollment conditions and thus has no contractual value. In case of any discrepancy, observe the “General Enrollment Conditions" stipulated in the receipt generated when enrolling, which serves as a contract between students and the Fundació Blanquerna and which students can consult at any time on the intranet at http://scala.blanquerna.edu.
Those who apply and pass the entrance tests may apply for a conditional enrollment based on passing “selectivity” or CFGS. At the time of enrollment the student can choose the timetable of classes in degrees that have two options, while there are places available. Students who pass the entrance exam and then enroll will be assigned a place (whether conditional or final) according to the order of their application. It is necessary to take into account, therefore, that in the period of enrollment (or conditional enrollment) places in a timetable may be filled. The place will be definitive if the student provides the necessary documents and scores for "Selectivity" or CFGS to the University and formally enrolls in July. Payment conditions are the same as definitive enrollment, so 50% of the overall fees must be paid. If the Student doesn’t pass “Selectivity” or CFGS, the enrollment fee will be returned and he / she will lose the place. If there are vacancies, there is the possibility of going on a waiting list and the money will be withheld, but there will no priority of choice of morning or afternoon timetable.
For any further information about application or enrollment you can contact the student information and orientation service of each school:
Telephone: 93 253 31 08