University Admission
The admission into university, either Spanish or British, is based on the results obtained in the final AS / A Level exams which pupils sit at the end of each of the higher secondary education courses, Year 12 – Year 13.

For those students wanting to go on to university, we will design an ad hoc program for each pupil that will enable them to fulfil the requirements of their choice.

Entrance to Universities in the United Kingdom is done through the UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) system, which allows students to select up to five university courses. The student will be required to write a personal statement and may be called for interview before being made an offer of a place depending on the results of the A’ Level exams that they are taking. The school prepares and tracks the process at every stage and prepares the student for interview.

Entrance to universities in the United States is also possible through the Common Application process although further requirements may be necessary.

Spanish university admissions are based on a common application process for all candidates, regardless of the education systems being studied. University places are allocated depending on candidates’ applications and the final mark on a scale from 0 to 14.