Spanish and international students, preferably age 19 or younger, with the ability to work hard and work in teams, and who possess eagerness, initiative and an adequate level of English proficiency. For bilingual degree programs, students must have an official certificate from Cambridge or TOEFL upon admission to the School. Students pursuing their studies in the Spanish program must demonstrate their level of English proficiency through an official certificate from Cambridge or TOEFL before presenting their Final Year Project. The point of this requirement is to encourage all students in the School to study and master at least one second language.
All students must demonstrate that they meet the legal requirements to enroll in an official undergraduate degree program.
Students acquire a deep understanding of the world in which we live.
Students with an interest in social issues who are drawn to intellectual challenges.
What is expected of students
The ability to work hard, synthesize and think abstractly. Solid quantitative training. Hard work and discipline.