1 Admission requirements
- Complete Application form online.
- Academic grades*: File containing the grades from your last four years.
- Letter of recommendation from your college/high school.
- Photocopy of National ID Document (DNI) or passport.
- Essay Personal Statement: A piece of writing in English of 500–650 words explaining why you believe you are a good candidate.
- Online payment of the Admission Fee (100 Eur).
High School Diploma
3ºy 4º de ESO, 1ºy 2º de bachillerato
2 Personal interview & admission exam
Your personal interview will allow you to meet with a member of the Admissions Committee and the Student Dean so we can learn more about your interests, motivations and extracurricular skills. Our goal in interviews is to undertake reflective evaluations that are respectful of each student.
Admission tests to CIS University consist of two parts:
- Part 1: English exam. The English exam comprises an oral test with a teacher from the university and a written test (grammar, vocabulary and development).
- Part 2: Mathematics test. Consisting of 21 test-type exercises. The mathematics test is not an eliminatory test. It helps us to assess your level and include you in the appropriate subject if you commence your studies at CIS University.
Admission exams do not require any prior preparation and can be sat at our center from Monday to Friday 09:00–17:00 after booking.
Students who do not live in Madrid, who cannot take the tests in person, will be given the option of sitting them remotely.
Once the Admissions Committee has assessed your application, if you are successful, you will receive a letter of acceptance.
Upon receiving the letter of acceptance, the student will have ten days to pay the enrollment fee and send the completed, signed contract for the provision of educational services. You will receive this contract along with financial information on enrollment.
Once this process is completed, you will be officially enrolled at CIS University.
4 Courses scheduling
Once enrolled, you can meet the Student Dean to choose your subjects and plan your first academic year.