Admission Routes

 

ACCES ROUTES TO IQS STUDIES

Students examined in a Catalan university
  • For those students who have been examined in any of the Catalan Universities: they will have to submit the document to be downloaded from ACCESNET with the result of the PAU (Proof of Access to the University).
 
Students examined in a University from elsewhere in Spain or from the UNED (National Distance Education University)
  • For those students who have been examined in any University from elsewhere in Spain or by the UNED, or who have been enrolled in another University. They will have to submit a copy of the result obtained in the PAU / EBAU / EVAU and a copy of the file transfer application request.

Students from educational systems of member states of the European Union

  • Students from educational systems of member states of the European Union, completed or not in Spain, or with which there is an educational collaboration agreement (including International Baccalaureate): they will have to submit the original document or certified copy of Spanish University access credential application issued by UNED.

Students from educational systems of non member states of the European Union

  • Students from educational systems of non member states of the European Union and without an educational collaboration agreement with Spain: They will have to submit a copy of the university access recognition application.

Students with Higher Vocational Training qualifications

  • For those students who access the university through the course of Higher Vocational Training Cycles: They are requested to submit the corresponding vocational study Certificate/Diploma to access University studies, and where appears the final qualification giving access to the University.

Students with another university degree

  • For those students who access the studies with a completed university degree: certified copy of the university degree or the payment receipt of the expedition rates and Official Academic Certification including the average grade (scale 0 - 10).

 

Credits recognition

Students who have subjects that can be recognized (from other universities, with a degree, completed or not, or from Higher Vocational Training), will have to submit to the IQS General Secretary the following documentation:

  1. Application for the recognition of credits to the Permanent Commission of the Academic Committee, which will be provided by the IQS General Secretary.
  2. Official Academic Certificate, original or certified copy.
  3. The Curriculum of the subjects approved with the academic secretary’s stamp from the university of origin. Students who come from Higher Vocational Training will only have to submit a certificate.

Students in this situation will have to submit a copy of the recognition application at the time of enrollment.

 

Students with some special needs

  • Students with some special needs: they will have to submit a copy of the accreditation document or certificate with the degree of disability.

Elite and high performance sports students

  • Elite and high performance sports students: certificate of the sports federation in which you are federated accrediting your condition. Copy of the Official State Bulletin (Boletín Oficial del Estado-BOE) where the status of elite athlete is credited.

 

ACCREDITING KNOWLEDGE OF A THIRD LANGUAGE 

Students starting an Undergraduate Program in 2014-2015 and onwards must provide proof of knowledge of a third language in order to graduate. +info

 

TRANSFER POLICY

Students from any national or foreign university system must address their application, together with their official academic certification, to the Permanent Commission of the Academic Committee, which will review each case and establish the corresponding credit recognition. 

 

STUDY PROGRESSION POLICY

In order to access the second year of any IQS Undergraduate Program students must pass all first year courses. Students have two years to pass first year. The first-year evaluation commission, formed by the General Director of IQS, the School’s Dean, the General Secretary, and the first year’s tutor and professors, individually review each student’s record and set the final grade.

 

Students of other years cannot move forward to the next year if they fail over 36 ECTS credits.