Foreign students interested in carrying out Master’s or Doctoral studies in Spain should apply directly to the Spanish university where they wish to study.
To be admitted to a Master’s program, students must meet one of these requirements:
• Be in possession of a Bachelor’s degree obtained at either a university in Spain or in a country in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)
• Be in possession of a Bachelor’s degree obtained at a university in a country other than those indicated above. The Spanish university must be satisfied that the level of studies leading to this degree is equivalent to that required to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Spain.
To gain admission to a Doctoral program, applicants must also have obtained at least 60 ECTS credits. These credits may form part of the study period in the Doctoral program or may correspond to a Master’s program.
It is not necessary to obtain official accreditation of a Bachelor’s degree to be able to apply for and complete a Master’s or Doctoral degree in Spain.