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Language requirements

Level Accreditation of Spanish Language


Those with nacionality or studies from non-speaking Spanish countries who want to study a degree taught in spanish language, must accreditate a B2 level or higher of Spanish language according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

If the student do not have any of these certificates, he/she will provide a responsible statement, saying that he/she has got the required language level. In this case, the student will be required to pass an exam in the UC3M Centro de Idiomas, during the first week of September, before the first day of classes.

Students who don't meet the required language level, won't start the Bachelor's Degree. However, they can start it the next academic year, as long as they get the language level.