Study for a Semester
In order to be admitted to the University, you should meet the following entry requirements:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be in, at least, the second year of your studies
- 3.0 GPA or better (on a 4.0 scale) and in good standing at home college or university
- Prior coursework related to intended studies at the Universidad de Montevideo
- To attend courses taught in Spanish, a B2 or C1 level from the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR) is required. You can attend the Spanish Language Courses for foreigners.
Pre-arrival support starts after students will receive the letter of acceptance by email. Next, the Office of International Relations makes sure students receive, also by email, an updated student guide package and academic calendar, followed by a schedule of courses offered during the semester. Once the student receives the schedule, the University offers academic counseling so that students can choose courses that best match their interests and needs.
As part of pre-arrival support, the Office of International Relations organizes a two-day orientation program at the beginning of each semester, designed to help new international students settle in by introducing them to the University and to Montevideo. Another day trip takes place early in the semester to encourage students to get to know each other and discover a town outside of Montevideo.