Students from Western Europe do not require a visa to enter Spain. US citizens with ordinary passports, valid for a minimum of 6 months, who wish to stay in Spain for tourist or business purposes for up to 90 days DO NOT NEED A VISA.
Citizens of the following countries, with an ordinary passport, valid for a minimum of 3 months, who wish to stay in Spain for tourist or business purposes for up to 90 days DO NOT NEED A VISA:
ANDORRA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, BRUNEI, CANADA, THE CHECH REPUBLIC, REPUBLIC OF SLOVAKIA, COLOMBIA, SOUTH KOREA, COSTA RICA, CHILE, CYPRUS, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, ESTONIA, GUATEMALA, HOLLY SEE, HONDURAS, HUNGARY, ICELAND, ISRAEL, JAPAN, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, MALAYSIA, MALTA, MEXICO, MONACO, NICARAGUA, NORWAY, NEW ZEALAND, PANAMA, PARAGUAY, POLAND, REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA, SAN MARINO, SEYCHELLES, SINGAPORE, SWITZERLAND, URUGUAY, VENEZUELA, and citizens of THE EUROPEAN UNION.
However, it is the responsibility of the student's parents/guardians to contact their local embassy (or other appropriate office) in good time in order to obtain any visas/entry documents required for visiting Spain. In cases where a visa is refused, please send us a copy of the visa refusal letter from the Embassy or Consulate. Our normal cancellation charges apply if notification of a failed visa application is received less than 40 days before the course begins. If the visa refusal letter is received more than 40 days before the course begins, a full refund will be given less non-refundable items and bank and payment processing charges, if any.
to find Spanish Embassy or Consulate in your country and get more information about the visa regulations.
If visa is required, an official certificate of enrollment (invitation letter) will be issued after the full payment has been received.
Please also be aware of your country's requirements on the laws regarding unaccompanied children travelling abroad. A consent document or letter may have to be produced upon departure to prove that the child has the permission of the parents or guardian to travel.
To ensure that individual junior students travelling alone, and small groups of juniors travelling without a group leader, are not held up at the Immigration, we will issue a letter of confirmation to be shown upon arrival.
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