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At the time of applying for admission you enclosed all required documentation in digital format. Now that you are going to make the enrollment, if you are in some of these cases, you must present the following scanned original documents(1) through our contact form:

  1. If you hadn’t finished your degree when you made your application for admission and now you have finished them:
    ☛ Supporting document of your diploma from your previous degree (translated* and notarized for non-Spanish degrees), or proof of tuition payment of said degree.
    ☛ Transcript of records, with the grade point average, (translated* and notarized for non-Spanish degrees) of previous studies.
  2. In any case, you will have to submit the corresponding accreditation of having finished your degree before November 30 through our contact form.
    ☛ For Master in Legal Practice, please consult the specific deadlines for the completion of the Bachelor's Degree in Law here.
  3. If you are a student with the right of exemptions or tuition discounts:
    ☛ Documents justifying that exemptions and tuition discounts: Large Family Title (Título de Familia Numerosa), Scholarship Award resolution, etc.

    ✎│ Form for tuition exemptions

* Note: Certificates in English language will also be admitted by this University.


(1) The student declares the truthfulness of the information recorded and that the documents presented are faithful copies of the original. In the case of the aforementioned not being verified, the student shall assume the legal consequences that could derive from this action, and the University, in accordance with the regulations currently in vigor, shall not recognize as valid any of the accompanying documentation presented nor its effects. Furthermore, the University can, at any time, request presentation of the original documents to determine the veracity of the same.