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If you are going to study abroad in Barcelona, it’s necessary to have a special health insurance that covers all the requirements demanded by the administration. Read this section where we inform you about the special conditions needed for the international student insurance.
Spanish student VISA to study abroad in Spain
You need to make an appointment at the Spanish Consulate website. You will find a link on the Student VISA section of the Consulate.
At the appointment date make sure to submit all the required documents. Consulate will inform you on how they will communicate the acceptance or rejection of your VISA. Read here for more details on how to get your Spanish Student VISA.
You can renew your TIE 2 months prior and until 3 months after the date of expiration. The resolution to obtain the renewal might take around 2 weeks, however the administration has three months to answer to the application. Read here what you need to take in consideration before starting all the procedure application for your TIE Renewal.
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