Admissions process

At ENAE Business School, we look for students who share our mission and institutional values. We are looking for recent graduates, who are motivated and dynamic, who have an entrepreneurial spirit, who believe in teamwork and who have excellent academic and professional track records.

Your application will be immeasurably improved by a detailed explanation not only of your academic and professional record but also your career aspirations and the motivating factors which have driven you to wish to study an ENAE programme. They will help our admissions committee correctly evaluate your application.

Admissions process

Additional documentation

Together with your application, you need to provide the following documentation:

  • A Motivation letter.
  • Your CV
  • Academic records issued by the universities you studied at
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • GMAT score certificate or the results of the ENAE Business School entry test
Why study a Master's Degree at ENAE Business School?

ENAE Business School aims to stand out through its pursuit of excellence in different areas of business management. It offers an excellent program to help students receive professional training and development. It is the leading business school in Murcia and it is among the best in the world according to the Forbes 2022 ranking. It has active professionals and entrepreneurs with teaching experience, as well as University of Murcia professors providing specialized postgraduate education in the form of Master's programs, executive programs, and professional courses. Over 13,000 students have passed through our classrooms in the University Campus of Murcia over the past 30 years, focused on the training of executives and postgraduates.

What are the admission requirements for a Master's Degree at ENAE?

To start the admission process, the applicant must first apply for the Master's program of their interest. The admission committee will then conduct a document review to assess the candidate's eligibility, where the candidate must present their personal and professional documentation, including their ID, passport, grades, diploma, etc. The applicant will then take an admission test that evaluates various competencies, such as their ability to analyze and make critical decisions. After that, the candidate will be invited for a personal interview (if residing in Spain) or a video conference (for international candidates). The applicant will then be evaluated and ENAE will inform them of their status in the selection process, followed by the payment of the reservation fee within the specified period.


When should I start the admission process?

You should start the admission process as soon as possible since the number of places in these programs is limited. The admission committee starts allocating places from January to August. If you wait until the last minute, all the spots may be taken. You do not need to wait until you have all the required supporting documents to submit your online application. Keep in mind that the admission process is lengthy and has several steps that are not entirely under your control. These include gathering the necessary documentation (academic record, university certificate, etc.), proving your proficiency in English or Spanish depending on the language of instruction, applying for a visa (if applicable), and finding accommodation in Murcia. ENAE can help you with finding and booking accommodation, as well as any other requested services.


When is the deadline for applications?

Since we have a rolling admission process, please check the specific application deadlines to determine when you should complete your application and when you will receive a decision. The earlier you apply, the better. You do not need to wait until you have all the required supporting documents to submit your online application.


How do I start the admission process?

The admission process starts when you submit your application, which is free of charge. The steps you need to follow are:


  1. Submit your application form online or through an agent.
  2. Send the required documentation (scanned copies will be accepted during the admission process, and original copies will be requested later).
  3. Participate in a personal interview (if selected).
  4. Receive a decision. If you are accepted, you must pay a €300 booking fee to secure your place.
When and how will I know if I have been accepted?

After you have submitted your online application form, required documents, and completed your official interview, the admission committee will evaluate your application. You will be informed of their final decision within approximately 2 weeks.

What should I do if I am admitted?

If you are admitted, your acceptance letter will include instructions on how to pay the deposit to secure your place. If you are applying through an agent, he/she will advise you on every step.

What should I do if I submitted my online application but forgot to include something?

You should contact the International Office at international@enae.com to let them know. 


What should I do if I am unable to send some required admission documentation until September?

If you are in your final year of university, it's understandable that you won't be able to send an official copy of your degree until close to the program's start date. This won't affect the admission process, but you must submit your degree certificate as soon as you have it.

Can I apply for two programs at the same time?

Yes, you can, but you should not submit two separate applications. Instead, submit your application for your preferred program and indicate your second choice.


What qualifications do I need to enroll in ENAE's Master's programs?

Before beginning an ENAE program, you must have earned an undergraduate degree that allows you to pursue postgraduate studies in your home country. If you do not possess the required qualifications, your application will be deemed null and any degree you receive will be canceled.


For more information on this admission requirement, please visit the following link.

Is professional experience required for acceptance?

No, professional experience is not a requirement for admission, but it is a valuable condition when studying at the Master's level in management.


Can I apply for internships while enrolled in any of the Master's programs?

Yes, you can apply for internships through ENAE Business School's Professional Careers department. The department promotes and facilitates internships for students, both within Spanish companies and at internationally recognized companies of high prestige, which collaborate in the training and development of future professionals. All our programmes include an internship placement

What is the language of instruction for the official master's programs at ENAE Business School?

The programs are taught entirely in English or Spanish, and the student can choose the language in which they wish to study.


Are there any financial assistance options available for the Master's programs?

Yes, we offer academic merit and need-based grants that you can apply for. Your appointed agent may also be able to provide information on scholarships that you might be eligible for. To learn more about available financial assistance options, please speak to your agent or request their contact information. You can also visit the scholarship section of our website by clicking here.

When do classes start for the Official Master's Programs in Management?

Classes start at the end of September, 29.09.2023. You will receive an academic calendar once you are enrolled. Please confirm the dates with the Programme Management before booking any flights.


What is the difference between the Live Class, On-Site, and Blended modalities?

The Live Class modality is 100% interactive, with synchronous live training. You can attend classes from home or the office and interact with the teacher and your classmates as if you were in the classroom. On the other hand, the Blended modality uses videoconferences for following the master's program, and has in-person classes during the 2-3 weeks of the on-site phase in Murcia. Finally, the On-Site modality, as the name suggests, has in-person classes twice a week, usually on weekends, on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.


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