All the legal paperwork
Don't forget your visa! Not everybody needs one, but you might depending on where you are going to study and where you are from. Make sure your passport will not expire soon! Here is information that will help you.
Do I need a visa to travel to Spain?
- The citizens of the countries belonging to the European Union do not need a visa to enter all countries that are part of the European Union.
- Citizens of many countries (United States, Brazil, Japan, Korea, etc.) can enter Spain for up to 90 days without a visa. If you plan to stay longer, you must apply for a Student Visa (type D) before traveling to Spain.
- Students traveling to Spain from other countries should inform themselves about the requirements to obtain a visa at their nearest Spanish embassy or consulate.
- For those students who do need a visa, once the student has paid for their program, Enforex will send out, free of charge and to any student who asks for them, the confirmation of the student's Spanish program and the invoice for the total cost of the program (course and accommodation).
Do I need a visa to travel to Latin America?
You may need a visa depending on the country you are traveling to, your nationality, and the time you will be studying in the country. Check with the website of the destination country or consult with your embassy.
Where can I find out the location of the embassy or consulate of my destination country?
The website for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain (Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España) shows a complete list with the address of consulates and embassies in the different Spanish cities.
What happens if I enroll in a course and then I do not get my visa?
Students who require any type of student visa for their course and have to cancel their course due to visa problems, must send an original, certified official embassy document. Once we have reviewed the documentation you sent us, we have a return policy for these cases, which you can consult by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org