FAQs - Admission
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- How long can I study in Madrid?
- What majors can I study in Madrid?
- What classes can I take in Madrid?
- How do I apply to Madrid?
- What’s the minimum score for admission to Madrid?
- Is Suffolk Madrid test optional?
- Do international students need to submit SAT or ACT?
- Do you offer scholarships to study in Madrid?
- What are the housing options in Madrid?
- What’s the residence hall like in Madrid?
- What’s a homestay family like?
- What’s campus life like in Madrid?
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Q: What are the admission requirements for freshmen and transfer applicants to the bachelor's degree program?
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A: You can check your online admission portal to see what documents have been received, and which ones are still pending. Once your file is complete, it will be evaluated by the admission review committee. Early-Action admission decisions are sent by December 20; Regular Admission decisions are released periodically thereafter.