Committee Decision

The Admissions Committee reviews your complete application and reaches a final decision.

Once you have completed the application form, handed in the documentation, and passed the personal interview, your application, together with a report from your interviewer, is reviewed by the university’s Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee is made up of university staff members who, jointly, value your suitability as a candidate.

You will be informed of the Admissions Committee’s decision in writing.

If you are accepted, there are two types of admission:

  • Conditional admission, in the event that you have not complied with all the requirements on university access in Spain. You will be definitively admitted once you have complied with all the points listed in the provisional letter of acceptance.
  • Definitive admission

Both types of admission allow you to pay the place reservation fee, thus guaranteeing yourself a place on the undergraduate program you have chosen. You need to remember this because the fact that you have been admitted to IE University does not necessarily mean you are guaranteed a place on the undergraduate program you have chosen. Places are awarded on a first come, first served basis, by strict order of payment.

You can reserve your place by paying a “place reservation fee” of €1,500 (non-refundable). This will then be deducted from the total cost of the tuition fees for the academic year. You will receive the documents you need to make this payment with your letter of acceptance, either by post or by e-mail.

Once you have paid the place reservation fee, you can start to enroll at IE University.

The place reservation will also enable you to obtain a student visa in Spain.

If you require any further information, please contact the Admissions Department.


Every stage of our admissions process is aimed at identifying all the distinct aspects of your academic trajectory and personality that make you unique as an individual.

Admission Process