Admissions and registration
Admission to the Bachelor of Philosophy
To begin the studies corresponding to the first cycle, students must have passed the last year of high school (LOGSE) and have the required diploma to be admitted to the University. International students must prove that they have completed the required studies to be admitted to public university in their own country.
Admission to the bachelor's, licentiate and doctoral degree programs
To register for the bachelor's degree, students must prove that they have passed all subjects included in the curriculum for the Bachelor of Philosophy.
To begin the licentiate degree program, students must prove that they hold a bachelor's degree, or that they have completed all institutional studies in a duly recognized center of the Catholic Church.
To be admitted to the doctoral degree program, students must prove that they hold a Licentiate Degree in Philosophy.
Admission to the School must be applied for using the printed forms provided for this purpose by the School's Administrative Office or by downloading them in PDF from this website.
Printed forms must be duly completed (including a photograph) and submitted along with a detailed academic transcript showing the following studies:
Candidates for the Bachelor of Philosophy: a copy of the card certifying that the student has passed the University entrance examinations or holds another degree granting access to the University. International students must provide a transcript of completed studies that certifies that those studies grant them access to public universities in their own country.
Candidates for the licentiate degree (postgraduate/master's degree): a certified transcript that clearly indicates the grades obtained in each of the subjects making up the first cycle.
Candidates for the doctoral degree: the transcripts required for second cycle (Master's Degree) students, plus an academic transcript for the second cycle listing each subject and the degree scroll for the Licentiate Degree in Philosophy (School of Ecclesiastical Studies).
Doctoral degree candidates must demonstrate their ability to translate texts in the modern languages required to carry out doctoral work.
Seminarians, members of the clergy, members of Institutes of Consecrated Life and members of Societies of Apostolic Life must also provide written permission from their Superior to be able to enroll in the corresponding study programs.
Priests must submit a written document certifying that they are qualified to carry out, during their time at the School, the pastoral work inherent to their priesthood.
For candidates residing in Spain, the deadline for application is March 15. Candidates living abroad should apply for admission by February 15. The Administrative Office of the School, or the Advisor or Delegate of the School in each country, will inform candidates of the steps that must be taken in each case.
If you cannot supply all the required documents when you submit your application, please indicate the reason; it is not possible to register in the School without submitting all the documents.