1. Excellence, integral education and personalized attention

We are committed to academic and professional excellence, as well as to the integral formation of our students. University is more than what happens in the classroom and personalized teaching plays a key role in our educational project.

At University CEU Cardenal Herrera we firmly believe that first year is an opportunity for students to set their way forward, something that will determine the path they will follow during their university years. We offer assistance to future students even before they set foot on campus through tutorials, Social Media and a close, personal and professional service with their faculties and the admissions team.

The academic staff at University CEU Cardenal Herrera provide a comprehensive education with the necessary balance between theory and practical training, ensuring a broad and humanistic formation that goes beyond the classroom.

2. Committed to languages

Learning languages is another of our main priorities. In addition to learning or improving their Spanish skills (the second most widely spoken language in the world), our students have access to the numerous courses that are offered by our Languages Service every year:

  • Chinese
  • Spanish
  • French
  • German

3. Practical training & employment

The student's first working experiences are normally carried out within the university's facilities, which rigorously reconstruct the future professional scenarios of the different degree courses. In addition to this, the university also arranges professional training experiences for our students in both Spanish and international institutions.

4. National and International exchanges

During their academic years, students have the opportunity to study at other European universities under the Erasmus+ scheme, as well as other national and international exchange programmes.

University CEU Cardenal Herrera currently has more than 250 bilateral agreements signed with European universities. In addition, we have signed various agreements with universities in America.

Our Mobility Office organizes informative sessions throughout the academic year to keep our students up-to-date with the latest international learning opportunities offered to them. They also provide an efficient, close-at-hand support to our outgoing students.

5. Facilities

We offer our students the best facilities and equipment to complete their training (laboratories, a dental clinic, a veterinary hospital, a farm, several computer rooms, a library, etc..).

6. International Vocation

More than 1300 students at University CEU Cardenal Herrera are international. Coming from all over the world, they have chosen our institution because of both its academic excellence and unique location.

International students become integrated into our community just like the locals with full access to the wide range of services and opportunities that our university offers. We also offer exclusive services for international students that are adapted to their particular needs.

7. Rankings and research

University CEU Cardenal Herrera is among the top four Spanish private universities in research rankings (Shanghai Ranking Expanded, IUNE, international ranking SCIMAGO) and remains a benchmark in the Region of Valencia.

The university has a clear commitment to research (+1.3 million euros of investment and more than 40 projects) as a basis to develop academic excellence that benefits our students and society in general.

8. Privileged location

The Region of Valencia has a prime location on the East coast of Spain, located on the shore of the Mediterranean. Its privileged location allows students to enjoy a mild and pleasant weather during most of the year. With an area of 23,505 km2 and about 500 km of coastline, bordering Catalonia to the north and Murcia to the south, while its long western border is shared with Castilla-La Mancha and Aragón.

The Region of Valencia is divided into three provinces: Alicante, Castellón and Valencia, the latter being its capital. University CEU Cardenal Herrrera has facilities in the three provinces.

Valencia in figures

  • 800,000 inhabitants
  • 3rd most visited destination in Spain
  • 2,000 years of history
  • 7 km of beach
  • 45 museums
  • 16 theatres
  • 30 parks and gardens
  • More than 30 monuments, buildings and historical locations
  • More than 1,700 restaurants
  • 600 meetings and events per year
  • Average annual temperature: 17.9º C
  • More than 300 sunny days per year

24 hours at CEU Cardenal Herrera University

Admission Process Steps

  • Before starting the admission process, check the documentation required depending on your previous studies


Please read carefully through the following steps of the admission process.

If you have any problems during the admission process, please contact the International Relations office at: admission.en@uchceu.es

The admission process for the academic year 2017/18 is already open.

Particular cases:

  • The admission process for Medicina (taught in Spanish) will open in February 2017
  • Instructions for the admission process for Fisioterapia (taught in Spanish) can be found here.
  • Instructions for the admission process for Vétérinaire (bilingual degree French/Spanish) can be found here.
  • If you want to apply for Medicine you can contact our recruitment partners.
  • If you want to apply for Veterinary or Dentistry, you will be forwarded to your corresponding agent.​ In case your country does not have an assigned agency you will enter a waiting list.

1. Admission form

To start the admission process, you need to complete an on-line form, indicating your personal information and studying preferences.

The form will also give you the opportunity to provide us with any useful academic documentation that will allow us to verify that you meet the academic requirements.

You should upload all of the documents on the admission process application. Be careful when uploading the documents, make sure they correspond to the ones requested.

Documents for applying for Admission

  • Scanned copy of ID card or passport
  • Scanned copies of all High School transcript of records
  • Scanned High School final diploma
  • Photo (ID format)

Once the admission form has been filled in, you will receive an e-mail with the username and password to access your future student intranet.

2. Future Student Intranet

You can access your intranet by clicking here.

In this intranet you will find the information concerning your application status. You can also modify your personal details, change your interview appointment and download your place reservation form once admitted.

3. Personal Interview

On your personal application form you will be able to choose a date and time for an Admissions Interview with the International Relations Office, which will take place on-line via Skype or face-to-face.

This interview along with your qualifications, will determine if you meet the requirements needed to study at CEU-UCH. Your application will be thoroughly evaluated by our International Admissions Commission and 48 hours after your interview you will be notified about your application status by e-mail.

4. Language level test

In case you are applying for a degree which is taught in a language different from your country official language, you will be required to either:

  • Provide us with an official language certificate, or
  • Take the language level test that you will find in your intranet.

5. Application Status

This notification will inform you of either of the following possibilities:

  • You have been selected and there is a place available for you. In this case you will receive an admission letter including the instructions for the place reservation.
  • You are now on the waiting list for a place. As soon as there is a place available, you will be informed by e-mail.
  • You have not been selected.

Successful candidates will be asked to settle the amount corresponding to the place reservation.

6. Place reservation and registration

Once you have been admitted, you will be able to access the future student intranet and print the reservation form.

Be careful! If you don't settle the payment before the due date, your application will be dismissed.

Do you need further information?

Join our Facebook group for prospective students 2017/18 and get up-to-date information on our Admission Process.

Ways of accessing Degree Courses

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Please click on the option below that best reflects your personal situation. If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

Previous qualifications obtained:

Baccalaureate LOGSE

  • You have taken the university entrance exam/have passed the PAU

International Baccalaureate taken within or outside Spain

  • Education systems within the European Union or those that have a specific bilateral education agreement
  • Education systems outside of Europe or those that don't have a specific education agreement

Advanced Vocational Qualification (CFGS) or FPII obtained in Spain

Qualifications that are equivalent to Spanish Vocational Training Qualifications or  Educational Courses done abroad

Completed University Qualifications

  • Obtained in Spain
  • Obtained abroad

University Qualifications Partially Completed

  • In Spain: transfer to the same course
  • Abroad: partial validation of foreign qualifications to transfer to the same course

Job Experience or Other Situations

  • 24-45 years old
  • 40+ and you have job experience related to what you want to study

Baccalaureate

Baccalaureate Logse

You have passed the university entrance exam or admissions test, PAU

In order to enrol you will only need to have passed the exam

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A photocopy of the certificate proving you have passed the selection exam
  • A copy of your confirmation of your Entrance Exam Record request
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A Bank Details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling.

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

Extr.Baccalaureate

International baccalaureate taken within or outside Spain

There are two possible options. Please choose the one that best reflects your situation:

Education systems within the European Union or those that have a specific education agreement

You have studied in Spain in a centre that uses the education system of an EU country

You have a European Baccalaureate or an International Baccalaureate

You have studied outside of Spain in a centre operating with the Education System of one of the following countries: Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the UK, the Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, and Switzerland. 

If this is the case, you will be able to enrol without having to sit the university entrance exam (PAU). You should get in touch with UNED (National University of Distance Learning) in order to get your accreditation in order to access university. This will be done through us directly. Please contact admission@uchceu.es

If you are in one of the situations above and you have also sat the university entrance exam (PAU) or another type of admissions test you will also be able to enrol without having your qualifications validated. 

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A copy of your accreditation for accessing university produced by UNED
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A Bank Details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrollin

Education systems outside of the European Union who have not signed a bilateral education agreement

You have completed your pre-university qualifications in a country that does not belong to the European Union and/or has not signed a bilateral education agreement.

In order to enrol at CEU-UCH, you will need to: 

Request a validation of your baccalaureate equivalent qualifications by the Spanish Ministry of Education

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A document from the Ministry of Education agreeing to validate your baccalaureate or a copy of their refusal to complete your request 
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

If you have any queries, please contact the International Relations Office on (+34) 96 136 90 02.

CFGS

Advanced vocational qualification (CFGS) or FPII obtained in Spain

In order to enrol at CEU Cardenal Herrera University you will only need to have completed your qualification.

You will apply with all types of CFGS but, in the case that the course is oversubscribed, preference will be given to students whose qualifications are related to the subject they wish to study. 
In addition, CEU Cardenal Herrera University offers you the possibility to have some of the credits you have already taken for the Vocational Qualification recognised, in order for you to obtain a validation of the subjects you wish to study.

See Credits Recognition

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A Certificate produced by your School certifying that you have completed the Advanced Vocational Qualification
  • A receipt of payment of the fees of the advanced qualification you have obtained
  • A copy of your results, ONLY if you are hoping to validate subjects.
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling.

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

Extr. CFGS

Qualifications that are equivalent to spanish vocational training qualifications or educational courses done abroad

There are two possible options. Please choose the one that best reflects your situation:

You have completed your pre-university qualifications in an EU member country  or in one of the countries that appears on the list of European Union countries or those that have a bilateral education agreement with Spain

(Germany, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the UK, the Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, and Switzerland.)

In order to enrol you should get in touch with UNED (National University of Distance Learning) in order to get your accreditation in order to access university. This will be done through us directly. Please contact admission@uchceu.es

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A copy of your accreditation for accessing university produced by UNED
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

You have completed your pre-university qualifications in a country that does not belong to the European Union and does not appear on the list above.

In order to enrol at CEU-UCH, you will need to:

  • Qualification validated by the Spanish Ministry of Education.
  • Request a validation of your baccalaureate equivalent qualifications to the Spanish Ministry of Education
  • In addition, you will have to pass the university entrance exam (PAU). These exams are organised by UNED (National University of Distance Learning). Further information about the exam.

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A document from the Ministry of Education agreeing to validate your baccalaureate or a copy of their refusal to complete your request 
  • A copy of your accreditation for accessing university produced by UNED
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

The current regulations allow us to admit students on a conditional basis if we do not yet have a response from the Ministry of Education. This allows students to begin the course at the start of the year.

If you have any queries, please contact the International Relations Office on (+34) 96 136 90 02.

Completed Univ

University Qualifications Already completed

There are two possible options. Please select the option that best reflects your situation.

You have already completed your university qualifications in Spain

In order to enrol at CEU you will only need to bring a certified copy of your degree certificate.

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A certified copy of your degree certificate
  • A Certificate produced by your School certifying that you have completed the Advanced Vocational Qualification
  • A receipt of payment of the fees of the advanced qualification you have obtained
  • A copy of your results, ONLY if you are hoping to validate subjects you have already taken, as well as a copy of the syllabuses stamped and certified.
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling.

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

You have already completed your university qualifications abroad

Regardless of the country where you completed your university qualifications; you will need to have your qualification validated in order to be able to enroll at CEU Cardenal Herrera University. The validation is a procedure that will be carried out by the Ministry of Education. There are two types of procedures:

  • Validation of a degree: this a very quick process that is aimed at those wishing to access the Spanish University system
  • Validation of the professional purposes of a qualification obtained abroad: this is a longer more complicated process and is aimed at those who believe their qualification has the same value in Spain as abroad.

The current regulations allow us to admit students on a conditional basis if we do not yet have a response from the Ministry of Education. This allows students to begin the course at the start of the year. 

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A document from the Ministry of Education agreeing to validate your baccalaureate or a copy of their refusal to complete your request 
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

If you have any queries, please contact the International Relations Office on (+34) 96 136 90 02.

See conditional admission

In order to get students beginning classes as soon as possible, the law allows them to have a conditional admission. This will mean the student will be able to register at the university without handing in/having all the required documents. This special type of agreement between CEU-UCH and the student is agreed through the following rules and conditions:

  • You will only be able to apply for this status under the conditions of the Education Law LOMCE
  • The student will take on this status voluntarily and under their own responsibility
  • An essential requirement is that the student bring/hands in proof to CEU Cardenal Herrera University that they have requested the credential/validation/official approval of their documents by the Ministry of Education or equivalent
  • The student’s enrolment will not be confirmed and will not take full academic effect until the Ministry of Education or equivalent approves their request and the student has provided the Administration Office with proof of this decision
  • During the time that the student has ‘conditional admission’ status, the student will have the same rights and responsibilities as other CEU-UCH students, except the following:
    • Until their enrolment has been made official they will not be able to receive any type of Certificate of their results or qualification from CEU-UCH that reflects the studies they are currently doing.
    • Until the student is officially enrolled they will not be able to request an academic record transfer to another Spanish university
    • In all certificates or documents that may be produced by CEU-UCH for the student they will have to certify that the student is of ‘conditional admission’ status.
  • As the student takes on voluntarily the status of ‘conditional admission’ they accept the risk that, ultimately, the Ministry of Education could refuse their request. If this situation occurs, the student will have to leave the university at the end of the semester, without claiming any compensation from CEU-UCH. The university will not be able to produce an academic certificate given that the student did not complete the legal requirements for accessing the university.
  • If the Ministry of Education or authorities deny the student’s request, CEU-UCH will not be able to refund any payments made for the enrolment, academic procedures, or any other type of payment, regardless of the time and /or the course the student concerned has taken.

Started Univ

University Qualifications started but not completed

In order to continue your studies, there are two possible options. Please select the one that best reflects your situation.

Qualifications begun in Spain

a transfer of your academic record is needed to continue studying. 
If you have studied in another Spanish university, you will need to have passed a minimum of 30 ECTS points in order to transfer to UCH-CEU. In order to certify this, you will need to send/bring the following documents.

  • An Official Certificate of your results
  • The syllabuses of the subjects you have passed and wish to validate 

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A Certificate proving you have passed the university entrance exam
  • A document proving that you have requested a transfer of your academic record from your home university (for this they need the CEU-UCH Admissions Document)
  • An official copy of your results
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

Qualifications begun abroad: A Partial Validation of Foreign Qualifications is needed to continue your studies. 

If you have begun university qualifications abroad you will need to have passed a minimum of 20 ECTS points in order to get a Partial Validation of Foreign Qualifications. In order to certify this, you will need to send/bring the following documents.

  • An Official Certificate of your results and content of your course
  • The syllabuses of the subjects you have passed and wish to validate 

It is a relatively simple process but it is better to get in touch with us so we can give you more specific advice (admission@uchceu.es). This will make the process quicker for you and help you to begin classes quicker.

For example, we will be able to give you more information as well as the details you need to include in your documents you need to bring (Number of ECTS points, qualification system etc.) and/or language and validation requirements (legal translations, authorisation etc.).

WARNING: If you wish to study Medicine/Medicina/Dentistry you will need to send us the documents before 30th June.

If this is the case, you will not be able to carry out a conditional admission, hence the importance of handing in the documents on time.

If you have not achieved the number of credit points required you will need to provide us with a copy of your baccalaureate or equivalent qualification obtained in your home country.

If you have any queries, please contact the International Relations Office on (+34) 96 136 90 02.

25/45/40 years old

Mature Students, 25 - 40 years old

In order to gain access to a degree course matures students aged between 25-40 years old

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A Certificate proving you have passed the university entrance exam
  • A document proving that you have requested a transfer of your academic record from your home university (for this they need the CEU-UCH Admissions Document)
  • An official copy of your results
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

Mature Students over 40 with job experiences related to the degree they want to study.

If this is the case, you will need to provide us with a written application, to which you should attach your employment history as well as your CV. This way of accessing university is reserved for those who will be at least 40 years old before the 1st October of the academic year in which you wish to enrol.

The Academic Commission of the Faculty to which you are applying will evaluate your application and will inform you of their decision. 

Documents needed (ONLY WHEN ENROLLING)

  • A Certificate from the Academic Commission proving they have accepted your application
  • A copy of your CV and employment history
  • A photocopy of your DNI (if you are Spanish) or of your passport
  • Two passport sized photos
  • A bank details form (available on the Future Student Intranet)
  • If you have Large Family Status, please bring the original and a copy of your card and current Large Family Status book.
  • Residency Regulations and University Administration Regulations. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations as you will be asked to sign a copy of these when enrolling

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Help Service on (+34) 96 136 90 09.

If you are interested in studying at the University CEU Cardenal Herrera, please contact with our partner:

Medicine (All countries excluding Germany, Austria and Switzerland)

Mediglobal partner

GEC LONDON

2 Chelsea Embankment, London
SW3 4LG United Kingdom
Tel: +44-7502790475
Web: www.geclondon.org
Email: admission_uk@gec-group.org

GEC ASIA

10th Floor, No. 107 Section 4 Ren-Ai Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
Tel:+886-2-2752-7500
Fax: +886-2-2752-5100
Web: www.mediglobal.org
Email: admission_asia@gec-group.org

Study for a better future partner

STUDY FOR A BETTER FUTURE

Adr Finl: Box 50, 10601 Raseborg, Finland
Adr Swe: C/O Certivo AB, Klyftvägen 11, 16733 Bromma, Sweden
Adr Spain: Calle Barcas no.2, 2nd floor, (Plaza del Ayuntamiento), 46002 Valencia, Spain 
Tel.: +0046 8 55 92 15 16
Spanish telephone number: +0034 903 11 4246
Email: info@studyforabetterfuture.com
Web: www.studyforabetterfuture.com

Medicine (for Germany, Austria and Switzerland)

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Sertürner Institut
Ostertorwall 12
31785 Hameln, Germany
Tel.: +49(0)5151-60969-1354
Fax: +49(0)5151-60969-1358
Email:team@medizin-studium-ausland.de
Webwww.medizin-studium-ausland.de

Veterinary Medicine

Mediglobal partner

GEC LONDON

2 Chelsea Embankment, London
SW3 4LG United Kingdom
Tel: +44-7502790475
Web: www.geclondon.org
Email: admission_uk@gec-group.org

GEC ASIA

10th Floor, No. 107 Section 4 Ren-Ai Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
Tel:+886-2-2752-7500
Fax: +886-2-2752-5100
Web: www.mediglobal.org
Email: admission_asia@gec-group.org

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Sertürner Institut
Ostertorwall 12
31785 Hameln, Germany
Tel.: +49(0)5151-60969-1354
Fax: +49(0)5151-60969-1358
Email:team@medizin-studium-ausland.de
Webwww.medizin-studium-ausland.de

Study for a better future partner

STUDY FOR A BETTER FUTURE

Adr Finl: Box 50, 10601 Raseborg, Finland
Adr Swe: C/O Certivo AB, Klyftvägen 11, 16733 Bromma, Sweden
Adr Spain: Calle Barcas no.2, 2nd floor, (Plaza del Ayuntamiento), 46002 Valencia, Spain 
Tel.: +0046 8 55 92 15 16
Spanish telephone number: +0034 903 11 4246
Email: info@studyforabetterfuture.com
Web: www.studyforabetterfuture.com

medistart

MediStart GmbH & Co. KG (für Deutschland, Oesterreich, Schweiz)

Medizin-Studienplaetze ohne NC & Wartezeit
Neuer Wall 50
D-20354 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)40 41343660 
Fax: +49 (0)40 41343661
Info-Hotline in Deutschland (FreeCall): 0800-7070410
Info-Hotline für Oesterreich & Schweiz: +494041343660
Emailinfo@medistart.de
Webwww.medistart.de
Academic Advisor: Adrian Kaiser, MediStart-Studienplatzberater

A start future

A STAR FUTURE

A Star Future Ltd
London Office
79 College Road
Harrow. HA1 1BD
Webhttp://www.astarfuture.co.uk 
Email: info@astarfuture.co.uk
Tel.: +44 (0)20 3586 4025

Dentistry

Mediglobal partner

GEC LONDON

2 Chelsea Embankment, London
SW3 4LG United Kingdom
Tel: +44-7502790475
Web: www.geclondon.org
Email: admission_uk@gec-group.org

GEC ASIA

10th Floor, No. 107 Section 4 Ren-Ai Road, Taipei City, Taiwan
Tel:+886-2-2752-7500
Fax: +886-2-2752-5100
Web: www.mediglobal.org
Email: admission_asia@gec-group.org

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Medizinstudium im Ausland (MSA)

Sertürner Institut
Ostertorwall 12
31785 Hameln, Germany
Tel.: +49(0)5151-60969-1354
Fax: +49(0)5151-60969-1358
Email:team@medizin-studium-ausland.de
Webwww.medizin-studium-ausland.de

Study for a better future partner

STUDY FOR A BETTER FUTURE

Adr Finl: Box 50, 10601 Raseborg, Finland
Adr Swe: C/O Certivo AB, Klyftvägen 11, 16733 Bromma, Sweden
Adr Spain: Calle Barcas no.2, 2nd floor, (Plaza del Ayuntamiento), 46002 Valencia, Spain 
Tel.: +0046 8 55 92 15 16
Spanish telephone number: +0034 903 11 4246
Email: info@studyforabetterfuture.com
Web: www.studyforabetterfuture.com

medistart

MediStart GmbH & Co. KG (für Deutschland, Oesterreich, Schweiz)

Medizin-Studienplaetze ohne NC & Wartezeit
Neuer Wall 50
D-20354 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)40 41343660 
Fax: +49 (0)40 41343661
Info-Hotline in Deutschland (FreeCall): 0800-7070410
Info-Hotline für Oesterreich & Schweiz: +494041343660
Emailinfo@medistart.de
Webwww.medistart.de
Academic Advisor: Adrian Kaiser, MediStart-Studienplatzberater

Other degrees

All agencies mentioned above work also for other degrees.

Complete list of agents:

CEU-UCH Administrative and Financial Regulations for Student Reigistering for the First Time or 1st Year on Bilingual Courses in 2016-2017

Academic Fee
First Time or 1st Year on Bilingual Courses in 2016/17
PDF

Hospitality Service

The services included in the Hospitality Package are offered to international students for the payment of the International Fee and are intended to help them get settled upon their arrival. Once the reservation of place has been paid, students will have access to these services through the Hospitality App, so that they can make use of them at any moment they wish to. The Hospitality Package includes:

Presentation

  • Accommodation services. Via the Hospitality Service we can help you to find your future accommodation, by showing you the range of deals available through our partners, and by assisting you in booking a visit for the flats that appeal to you. The list of offers includes both shared flats and dormitories, but also individual apartments can be found. The offers available are located around our campus or in the center of Valencia, depending on your preferences.
  • Mobile phone. You will be provided with a Spanish sim card upon arrival, which will allow you to call and to surf the internet for your first two months here. With this sim card, you can use up till 60 SMS, 1.2 GB internet and 60 minutes of calls per month. Furthermore, free calls can be made and free texts can be sent to all users from the same provider. You can apply for the sim card through the Hospitality Application, thereby indicating the date on which you want it to be activated. It should be noted that, to be able to use this SIM card, it is necessary that your phone is SIM lock free.
  • Opening a bank account in Spain. With the Hospitality Package you are offered the possibility to open a free bank account at Santander bank, which is the biggest bank in Spain and has an office located on our campus. Having a Spanish bank account enables you to take care of your payments in Spain (such as the payment of the tuition fee and the rent) and provides you with a Spanish debit card. You can apply for the bank account via the Hospitality Application. Once we have set a date, the Hospitality Office will accompany you for a visit to the bank to assist you in signing the contract.
  • Managing the academic documentation. To be enrolled in a Spanish university, international students must obtain a document that proves they have successfully completed their secondary education. This document is known as Credencial for European students (and from other countries with an agreement), and as Homologation for the rest. As we are aware that arranging the necessary paperwork in a foreign country can be a difficult process, we will assist you by informing you about the required documents, make the application on your behalf and pay for the required fees.
  • Managing the residence documents. We will help you to organize the documentation you will need to legalize your stay in Spain. The NIE (also known as 'Número de Identificación de Extranjeros), is an identification number for foreigners that reside in Spain. Without this number, you will not be able to arrange all of your activities during your stay in Spain: it is needed to close a contract for your WIFI, to pay for your water- and electricity bills, and is also often required to make certain purchases. As obtaining a NIE number can take a lot of time and effort, the Hospitality Service will help you to collect your documents and will make an appointment for you at the police station.
  • Pick up service and accommodation for the first night: You will be able to book a taxi that will pick you up from the airport or station at the day of your arrival and that will bring you to a hotel, where you will be able to spend a free night in a hotel for up to three persons. You will be able to select the desired date via the Hospitality Application.
  • Language courses. After your admission, you will have access to an online platform where you can improve your Spanish (or other preferred language if Spanish is your first language). You also have the possibility to attend a Spanish course during the summer period, organized at various levels to enable each student to start at their own pace. Additionally, you are able to participate in Spanish courses throughout the year. 
  • Transportation. We will provide you with a Móbilis card that enables you to use bus, metro and tram during your first days in Valencia.
  • Touristic information and culture. When arriving to our University, you will be given various brochures and tourist information that will help you to explore and get to know the city and your new surroundings. During the first weeks at the University we also organize various leisure activities that will help you integrate into the Spanish culture.
  • Optional medical insurance. You will be given the option to choose for a private insurance with ADESLAS, which offers comprehensive health coverage in Spain, for the duration of 1 year. The cost of this assurance is € 400 for a period of 12 months. You can request for the ADESLAS health insurance via the Hospitality Application.

Contact

If you have any questions, or you would like to have more information concerning our Hospitality Services, please feel free to contact us via:

  • E-mail: hospitality@uchceu.es
  • Telephone: +34 96 136 90 06
    Or pass by our Hospitality Office: Monday-Thursday from 10h00 to 14h00 and from 15h30 to 17h00; Friday from 10h00 to 14h00

If you are looking for general information about University CEU Cardenal Herrera, we invite you to join our Social Media channels:

International Air connections to Valencia

living in Valencia (SPAIN)

Manises Airport is located just 8 km outside the city centre and can be reached by a direct metro link. The city is connected to 19 other Spanish cities, and up to 34 European and 2 intercontinental, Istanbul and Moscow, cities.

An extensive motorway network links Valencia with all major destinations within Spain and Europe.

In terms of railways, the new AVE high speed train link covers the 391 km between Valencia and Madrid in 1 hour and 35 minutes, and links Valencia with Sevilla and Malaga in 4 and Cordoba in 3 hours. The new Joaquin Sorolla long-distance train terminal handles some 15 high-speed trains per day. The new station is well connected to both Estación del Norte, the local network terminal, and to the port and airport. The Euromed service, which connects with Barcelona, and the Alvia also stops at the new station.

The Mediterranean is another gateway to arrive to the city, traveling on one of the many cruise ships that dock and depart from the Royal Juan Carlos I Marina.

Valencia is a favourite destination for Erasmus students

Spain remains the favourite destination for European students for participating in the Erasmus exchange programme and it is also the country that sends the most students to other Member States.

During the 2011/2012 academic year, Spain received 39,300 Erasmus students, 15.5% of the total. 

Beach Valencia (SPAIN)
City of arts and sciences

The city of Valencia publishes a guide of the local resources for international students. The local government invites our students to a presentation of this guide in digital format and online.

Cost of life

The cost of living for students in Valencia is approximately €600 per month. Here is a rough overview of living costs:

  • Accommodation in shared flat (monthly): €200-300
  • Food (monthly): €150
  • Books (yearly): €90
  • Clothing (yearly): €240
  • Transport pass (monthly): €53.80
  • Pocket money (monthly): €100
  • Cinema ticket: €7
  • Bus ticket : €1.50
  • Single journey metro ticket: €2.10
  • Taxi journey: €6

Weather in Valencia

Valencia has one of the mildest climates in Europe. It is characterized by a mild, typically Mediterranean climate, with an average annual temperature above 17ºC. Summers are warm and winters are very mild (during the winter months the temperature rarely falls below 10°C).

Rainfall is minimal and in the classic Mediterranean pattern, higher rainfalls in autumn, late winter and early spring.

The months of July and August can be very hot, especially in the windy west. At this time we recommend to wear hats and suncream.

Accommodation

CEU-UCH assists international students to find the best option for accommodation.

The University itself does not have University residences but we have agreements with residences in order to offer our international students the best prices.

If you are going to study an international degree, you can purchase the hospitality package, which includes accommodation services such as the first night of your arrival in a hotel) and assistance to find accommodation.

Transport

Metro Valencia runs fairly regular services with trains approximately every 15 minutes and every 10 minutes at peak times. To get to the University take line 1 (the yellow line) in the direction of Seminari-CEU or Bétera. For the Faculty of Social, Legal and Communication Sciences (Alfara II) and the Technical School (Alfara I) disembark at the metro stops Moncada-Alfara or Seminari-CEU

Health Insurance

European Health Insurance Card - EHIC

It is compulsory that all EU students have the European Health Insurance Card.

The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is a free card that gives you access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 27 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

If you are an international student, you can add insurance to the hospitality package for your first 12 months in Spain. The additional costs amount to 400€.

Course Enquiry - Before you apply

What courses do you offer for international students?

You can also find our full offer of postgraduate courses taught in Spanish here.

How do I apply for a degree?

You can access our admission form by following this link.

Is there a deadline to apply?

As soon as possible if you want to be sure there are still places available.

There are already specific deadlines for the Degree in “Fisioterapia” (taught in Spanish) as well as the Degree in “Vétérinaire” (bilingual).

The deadline for the Degree in “Medicina” (taught in Spanish) will be published in February 2017 on our website.

I want to study Medicine; do I have to take an exam?

 Yes, our agency partners will give you all the information.

Are there minimum grades required for studying at CEU-UCH?

If you wish to study Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Medicine, yes:

  • For Medicine, you will need to have achieved at least 70% in your most recent qualifications, depending on what the highest mark you can achieve is.
  • For Dentistry, it is 66%.
  • In case you want to study the bilingual Veterinary Medicine Degree in English/Spanish, you need a minimum mark of 65%.

For the rest of the degrees, candidates must be in possession of a High School Diploma (or studying in last year), whose grades will be decisive in the final admission.

If you wish to study Veterinary Medicine in French, a preparation year in Sciences is a plus.

What documents do you need to apply?

  • Scanned Passport or ID
  • Scanned academic documents (only one pdf file).
  • Scanned Photography (ID format).

For further information on the documentation needed, follow this link.

Are there prospectuses available?

We do not provide paper copies of our prospectuses. All the information about our degrees is available at:

Where can I obtain information on the admission process?

You can have more information about the information process by checking our infographic, attending our webinars and following us on Social Media:

How can I contact other future students?

We are not allowed to give you contacts because of the Data Protection Act but you can find them in the Freshmen Facebook group. 

During the course prior to your arrival we will organize virtual hangouts were you will be able to meet other future students.

Registration

I'm trying to register but the degree is not available. What can I do?

Please contact our International Relations Office:

Where can I check my application status and details?

You can check all this information via your future student intranet. The username is the ID document you used to register and you will receive your password once you finish the on-line application form.

I have a problem logging into my future student intranet.  How do I proceed?

You have to send an E-mail explaining your problem to: informatica_ceu@uchceu.es

I am unable to upload my documents. What should I do?

You have to upload only one PDF file containing all academic documents. If there are documents missing, please send them to:

I'm not able to log back and complete my application.

In case you have problems logging into your future student intranet, please send a message to: informatica_ceu@uchceu.es

After you have applied

How can I track my application?

You can track your application via your future student intranet.

My application has been confirmed, what should I do next?

You have to make sure you have submitted all your documents and your next step is the interview.

Am I eligible for a scholarship or bursary offer?

Our university does not offer international scholarships but has created a program of assistantships for first-year international students. All the information regarding this and other actions will be published on our website and our Facebook group.

Admission Interview

Do I have to come to the university to carry out the interview?

No, you can do the interview on Skype. But if you prefer, you can make an appointment to carry it out face-to-face.

If you are applying for Médicine Véterinaire or Fisioterapia, you will need to wait for a few weeks: If you are pre-selected, you will be informed of the interview dates.

Can I choose the day and time?

Yes, you will be able to choose from a list of available dates.

Is it necessary to pass an interview?

Yes, you have to pass an admission interview.

How can I prepare the interview?

You can check out our Download Centre, where you will find an infographic as well as a Q&A with some useful tips.

Will the interview be carried out in Spanish?

It will be carried out in the language of instruction of the course you have chosen. 

I have applied via an Agency; do I need to pass the interview?

Yes, you still have to pass the interview.

Payment

How much do I have to pay?

The academic fees for the upcoming year are published in January and can vary up to a 5% of the previous year fees.

You can find here the fees for the academic year 2016/17

How do I pay my fees?

  • The first payment (Place reservation and Hospitality package) can be settled by credit card or bank transfer.
    If you are in Spain, you can also order a direct payment at the Banco Santander.
  • For the monthly payments you have two options:
    • You can settle them from an account in a different country.
    • You can set a direct debit from an account that you would have previously opened in Spain.

What is the Hospitality Package and why should I pay for it?

The Hospitality Package covers a wide range of services for first-year international students. 

The Hospitality Package is mandatory for all the international students who live outside Spain, regardless of the degree they have chosen.

The payment is not applicable to students with a Spanish DNI, Spanish passport or NIE (obtained at least one year before their application to study in our university).

For all questions regarding please contact our Hospitality team at hospitality@uchceu.es

Can I get a letter confirming I have paid my registration fees?

You will receive an email as soon as the university registers your payment. Then, your status will change in your intranet. If you need an invoice, you can ask for it at admonalumnos@uchceu.es

I forgot to pay the place reservation and now the deadline is over. Can I still pay?

Your application has been dismissed. Please contact:

We will only be able to reactivate your application if there are places available.

Can I have an extension to the deadline for place reservation?

No, you have to settle the payment before the deadline; otherwise your application will be dismissed.

Open Day

What is an Open Day?

An Open Day is a certain day appointed by the university in which visitors are welcome to attend several presentations and visit our facilities. And the most important of all: they can meet our staff, get first-hand information and start getting familiar with our university. Participation in our Open Days is free.

When will the next Open Day take place?

Several International Open Days will be taking place throughout the academic year, so you will have different opportunities to visit our facilities and get all the information you may request.

Choose the day that best suits you and get in touch with our team to book your place as soon as possible!

  • Open Day 27th of January
  • Open Day 10th of March 
  • Open Day 12th of May 
  • Open Day 16th of June 

Application withdrawal

I no longer wish to continue with my application.  How do I arrange this?

You have to let us know by mail:

How do I obtain a refund of fees?

It is only possible if your application is not meeting the academic requirements or if your visa application has been denied. If you can no longer study this year in the University CEU Cardenal Herrera for medical reasons, we'll keep your place reservation for the next year. Send your document to: withdrawals@uchceu.es

How long does it take to process a refund?

Once your withdrawal application is complete it may take up to one month.

Social Media

In which Social Media is present the University?

Assistantship opportunities

University CEU Cardenal Herrera offers a part-time assistantship for a period of 8 months (or more) from 1st of November 2016 to 30th of May 2017.

Reporting to the Rectorate, successful candidates will work 15 hours/week supporting the Communications, Admission, Hospitality and Integration teams.

Work Area

The selected candidates will play an essential role when communicating with prospective and admitted students:

  • To interact with the current, former students, and staff members of the university in order to generate joint work dynamics.
  • To strengthen the sense of belonging and motivation of the students of the University.
  • To promote the communication about the activities of the Vice Rectorate to the other University services in order to make the external diffusion easier.
  • To carry out the research of the external web media in which the presence of the University is necessary.
  • To make presentations in different formats (PPT, Prezi ... ) about the activities developed by the Vice Rectorates.
  • To inform about the activities of the Vice Rectorate of Students and University Affairs.
  • To inform about the activities of the Faculty.
  • To inform about the activities of the degree.
  • To inform about the activities of the Hospitality Service.
  • To inform about the activities and important communications of the University.
  • To promote the attendance to integration activities.
  • To develop and suggest integration activities between national and international students.
  • Peer mentoring.
  • Social Media: University life Instagram Photos; posting in the Campus Life blog; Empower Social Network.
  • All interns will participate in the SnapCEU! Project, in which they will curate the university’s official Snapchat account during a short period of time.
  • Participation in PR events: Open Days; webinars, blog posts and videos to tell their story; guided visits of the University.
  • Encourage participation in contests.

The successful candidates will work both on-campus and on-line to provide insight on what it is like to be a part of the University CEU Cardenal Herrera’s community. They will have the opportunity to support the University's presence on various Social Media profiles and web properties. They will be asked to share their experiences and involvement as University CEU Cardenal Herrera students to prospective and newly admitted students.

Assistantship opportunities

  • Assistantship 001 - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Assistantship 002 - Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Assistantship 003 - Technical School of Design, Architecture and Engineering
  • Assistantship 004 - Faculty of Arts and Communication
  • Assistantship 005 - Campus of Elche
  • Assistantship 006 - Vice Rectorate for Students and University Life
  • Assistantship 007 - Vice Rectorate for International Relations
  • Assistantship 008 – Student Help Desk

Desired Profile

  • Students currently enrolled in any of the university's international degrees.
  • Fluent in English language and a second language, preferably French or Italian.
  • Preferably good knowledge of Spanish, both spoken and written.
  • Proactive and flexible with excellent communication skills.
  • High degree of attention to details and deadlines.
  • Good computer skills and interest in Social Media and blogs.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office tools, Google and Social Media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat)
  • Interest in photography.
  • Knowledge of university-related procedures will be an asset.

Remuneration

University CEU Cardenal Herrera will offer a remuneration of 255 euros per month as well as other benefits such as free participation in certain activities.

Applying

Please read the terms and procedures before submitting your application.

When applying for the assistantship,the form must be filled in so that the options appear in order of preference; this form in duplicate and the rest of documents must be sent to scholarships@uchceu.es, before July 15th 2016. The list of successful applicants will be released on July 22nd 2016.

Requested documents
  • Application forms in duplicate, orderly filled out and signed.
  • CV with photograph.
  • Short text in which the student explains his/her motivation for applying for the internship, emphasizing the personal qualities that, in his/her opinion, make him/her the suitable candidate.
  • Any other merit the candidate considers an advantage, in relation to the internship.
  • Other documents (for example, NIE, a portfolio, or reference letters)
  • Documentation related to the Socio-economic family situation.
  • Applicants may be requested for a Skype interview.

Webinars

Were you unable to attend our past Webinars? We make it easy for you! Just click on the webinar you would like to watch again:

You can also access our past webinars in French and Spanish.

And remember that you will get up-to-date information in our Facebook groups in EnglishFrench or Spanish

Q&A

Guides

The Information Guide
for International Students
2015/2016
PDF

Tutorials

Presentation of International Relations Office

Overview of the different services offered vy the International Relations Office to international students (Welcome Days - September 7th, 2015

Admission

How to fill the admission form

This content will be available soon

Hospitality

How to obtain the "Homologation"

How to obtain the "Credencial"

Documents and Calendars

Calendars

Academic Calendar
2015/16
PDF

Academic Fee

Academic Fee
2016/17
PDF

Rules

This content will be available soon