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GastroLaw: Gastronomy and the Law

Accommodation and useful information

1. Accomodation

The University of Deusto has set different accommodation options for Deusto Summer School attendees. A wide range of choices is available to suit every budget, from our Residence Hall to high standard private flats in the city centre, to hostels, hotels, etc.

IMPORTANT: Deusto’s Residence Hall (Colegio Mayor) will not be available between 7th-14th July.

All information regarding accommodation options

2. Visa

International students from outside the European Union must apply for a visa in order to enter Spain. Depending on the duration of your stay, there are two different options:

    • 180 days or less: the student will not have access to a legal Spanish residence permit.
    • More than 180 days (long-stay visa): the student will be able to apply a legal Spanish residence permit.

Visa Procedure

Once you have been granted admission to your programme, you should immediately contact the Spanish Embassy in your country to find out the requirements for obtaining a Student Visa.

More information about consulates 

Please note that it may take several weeks or even months to obtain your visa. You are therefore advised to contact the embassy as soon as possible and inform them of your date of departure, if you have already purchased your ticket.

3. Insurance

As an international student, you will not have access to Spanish Public Health System. Thus, all international students will be required to purchase a private insurance, prior to your travelling, in order to attend our Deusto Summer School courses.

Please bear in mind that it may also be a requirement for you to get a Spanish visa.

The University of Deusto offers an specifically designed policy to cover our students’ needs during their stay in Bilbao. For further information on this, please contact seguros@deusto.es

4. Welcome Guide

Check our Welcome Guide in the following link.


Welcome guide

 

Accommodation and useful information

1. Accomodation

The University of Deusto has set different accommodation options for Deusto Summer School attendees. A wide range of choices is available to suit every budget, from our Residence Hall to high standard private flats in the city centre, to hostels, hotels, etc.

IMPORTANT: Deusto’s Residence Hall (Colegio Mayor) will not be available between 7th-14th July.

All information regarding accommodation options

2. Visa

International students from outside the European Union must apply for a visa in order to enter Spain. Depending on the duration of your stay, there are two different options:

    • 180 days or less: the student will not have access to a legal Spanish residence permit.
    • More than 180 days (long-stay visa): the student will be able to apply a legal Spanish residence permit.

Visa Procedure

Once you have been granted admission to your programme, you should immediately contact the Spanish Embassy in your country to find out the requirements for obtaining a Student Visa.

More information about consulates 

Please note that it may take several weeks or even months to obtain your visa. You are therefore advised to contact the embassy as soon as possible and inform them of your date of departure, if you have already purchased your ticket.

3. Insurance

As an international student, you will not have access to Spanish Public Health System. Thus, all international students will be required to purchase a private insurance, prior to your travelling, in order to attend our Deusto Summer School courses.

Please bear in mind that it may also be a requirement for you to get a Spanish visa.

The University of Deusto offers an specifically designed policy to cover our students’ needs during their stay in Bilbao. For further information on this, please contact seguros@deusto.es

4. Welcome Guide

Check our Welcome Guide in the following link.


Welcome guide