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Studying in Spain: Your Visa Guide with the Business and Language College

Full support for your application

Embarking on your academic journey with an undergraduate or postgraduate course at BLC Spain is an exciting step towards your future. We’re dedicated to ensuring that your transition to studying in Spain is as seamless as possible, starting with the visa application process.

For our students, securing a letter of invitation is a critical step in the visa application process. BLC Spain issues this essential document to all international students, confirming your enrollment in our academic programs. This letter is pivotal for your student visa application, outlining the duration and specifics of your study. 

Your visa to live and Study in Spain

Choosing BLC Spain means more than just studying abroad; it means having a comprehensive support system. We streamline all legal and administrative processes, allowing you to concentrate on your studies and the immersive experience of studying and living in Spain.

Move to Spain with a safety net!

Understanding the complexities of relocating, we offer complete support to all students from the start of their journey with us, to the end:

  • Visa Application Assistance: Detailed guidance on the visa application, ensuring you understand each step and requirement.
  • Letter of Invitation: Provision of the official letter required for your visa application.
  • Accommodation and Integration: Advice on accommodation, pre-arrival paperwork, and post-arrival registration, for a smooth transition to Spanish life.
  • Customer Service Excellence: Our dedicated team is always ready to assist with any queries or concerns, ensuring your experience is stress-free.

Who Needs a Visa to Study in Spain?

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss Citizens: If you’re from outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA), or Switzerland, you will likely need a student visa to study in Spain for any period longer than 90 days.

EU/EEA/Swiss Citizens: Citizens from these areas do not need a visa to study in Spain. However, they must register with the local Spanish authorities if they plan to stay longer than three months.

How Long Do Visa Applications Take?

Visa processing times vary by consulate or embassy. It’s best to apply 2-3 months before your intended start date, as processing can range from 15 days to 2-3 months. We advise starting early to ensure your visa is ready for your studies.

Can I apply from Within Spain?

Thanks to recent legislation changes, you can now apply for your first-year visa from within Spain itself. This option is available within the first 60 days of your arrival in Spain.

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About Madrid

Madrid is the perfect mix of modern and traditional. It boasts a dynamic business landscape, rich cultural heritage, and provides diverse networking opportunities in one of the most vibrand capital cities in Europe.

Meet our Team

We're here to help you settle into your new life in Madrid. From visa paperwork to simply finding your way around the city, our community and safety net support team will be with you every step of the way.

About Spanish Immersion

All our undergraduate and postgraduate courses include Spanish Immersion classes that are suitable for any level of Spanish. Accredited by the Instituto Cervantes, the courses feature a well-rounded curriculum of language and culture.
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