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The students can visit the CSSS throughout the year.
At CSSS we have full-time diploma, undergraduates, graduates and PhD. Many of our courses encompass several subjects, with some options available in several courses where the subjects overlap. This offers much greater flexibility than more narrowly focused courses elsewhere. List of all the courses available can be found Courses.
The application form must be filled online from our webpage. Once you submitted your application you will be asked supplementary documents to complete the admission process.
The intakes are on June, September and February and deadline accordingly are 15 May, 15 August and 15 January. Slightly earlier deadline affects the overseas students who need visa to study in Spain.
• Explain the reasons for choosing to course • Demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment to chosen course • Describe the future associating the pursued course • Why CSSS and Barcelona?
Yes, you can however you have to explain the gap year activities.
Everyone with a realistic chance of being offered a place is invited to attend an interview. So, if you apply, it is likely that you will be invited by CSSS for an admissions interview.
Every application is assed carefully by Admission Coordinator considering all the information provided before making any decisions.
Work experience isn’t expected or required. However, it helps to demonstrates your commitment to your intend course choice if you have any.
Any application to study any other college would need dedicated support from the chosen college course director or academic tutor.
We do have a system of admitting students from other colleges/universities.
It is possible for students to reapply to CSSS either following year and you are strongly advised to request feedback on your original application.
Information regarding the qualification can be found on our webpage Entry Requirements.
There are different course and level for tuition fees. Available in Tuition Fees.
The cost of living in Barcelona is comparable low and affordable in all Europe for the overseas or international students.
Yes, CSSS offers financial support to needy and deserving students. For more information please see Grants.
Is it very important that your English language skills must be good enough for you to take your academic course in CSSS. If English is not your first language, you must take specific English language exam or take online English test with CSSS.
Yes, CSSS have the language department that runs different languages.
This depends on your personal life style. Normally the students spend 500-600 euros every month
Its best to have a local bank account and CSSS will help to open the bank account.
For Non-EU and internationals students they must apply for the student’s visa.
Students usually go home at the end of the fall semester in December and at the end of the academic year in August.
Barcelona WiFi is a service from the local council that enables you to connect to the internet through WiFi hotspots in various municipal amenities and public access points. You can find a list of WiFi stations at www.bcn.cat/barcelonawifi/.
The website of the Generalitat has information about the 100 or so consulates in the city: afersexteriors.gencat.cat/.
Every big city has its risks. While there’s no need to be paranoid, it is a clever idea to stay safe. Here’s a guide to what to look out for and what to do in case you need help: a. If you use public transport, be sure to keep an eye on your personal belongings, especially your phone and money. b. If you travel by car, take the appropriate safety measures. Note that everyone in the car needs to wear a seat belt, and it’s best not to stop for strangers. Try to park in well-lit locations where there are other people about. c. Avoid showing your cash in public and, if possible, carry a small amount. d. In any crowded place, you might want to strap your bag and/or camera across your front, rather than your back. It’s also important to use a secure closure, such as locks, zips, etc., ensuring that it's always properly closed. e. In restaurants and bars, ask for the price of food and drinks to avoid surprises when paying. f. You may come across people who will try to divert your attention with various excuses (saying you have stains on your clothes, selling flowers, asking for your signature, etc.). Do your best to avoid them, as they could be pickpockets. g. You may also find people in the street seeking your participation in forms of gambling games that appear easy to win. Remember that these people run their games ‘professionally’, with the aim of earning money through dishonest means. Such activity is illegal and prosecuted by the police as fraud. h. On the beaches respect the colored flags indicating whether it's safe to swim. If you’re going alone to the beach and planning to swim, it’s best not to leave valuables unattended, and, in general, you should only take with you what you really need. i. Some important phone numbers: Emergencies: 112 (see below) Fire brigade: 080 Health emergencies: 061 Local police (Guàrdia Urbana): 092 Duty courts: 93 567 31 40 Duty pharmacies: 93 481 00 60 Call 112 If you’re the victim of a crime, ask for help from a police officer or call 112. This number works for all emergency services, including ambulances and the fire brigade. It’s free, works 24/7 and you can even call using your mobile from places where you can’t get a signal with your provider (so long as another company can; you can get a signal everywhere in Barcelona except a few spots underground). Operators can help you in English, French and German as well as Catalan and Spanish. If you prefer, there are two pass you can download, ‘112 accessible’ and ‘My 112’, for accessing the service – your phone will then use geolocation to identify your position so the respondent can find you. Both apps are free, useful and easy to use. For details, contact info@bcu.cat.