Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain
Location: Established in 1995, Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) is one of the most prestigious universities in Spain with three campuses: two located in Madrid and one in Valencia.
To provide our students with a holistic education, shaping leaders and professionals prepared to respond to the demands of a global world, who will add value to their professional fields and contribute to social progress with their entrepreneurial spirit and ethical values. To generate and transfer knowledge through applied research, contributing in the same way to social progress and positioning ourselves at the cutting edge of intellectual and scientific development.
Student Population: More than 14,000
Tuition fees: $4,895 (2012-2013) In-State Tuition Rate)
Accommodations Cost: (2012-2013) On-Campus Housing $1,600 per month. Off-Campus Housing $400 - $900 (estimated)
The student is responsible for finding his/her own accommodations. Nevertheless, below are some of the different accommodation alternatives available.
- UEM Accommodation Portal: www.alojamientosuem.es
- Autonomous Community of Madrid: http://www.emes.es/VivirenMadrid/Alojamientoestudiantes/tabid/219/Default.aspx and www.madrid.org/inforjoven
Qualifications: GPA of 3.0 will be required for admission
Courses Taught in English: See attached UEM Courses
Courses previously approved: See attached?
For more information about the univeristy, see attached International Student Guide here. UEM Student Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Upon arrival in country, are students met at the airport or do students need to find their own way to campus?
It is your responsibility to arrange your travel to Aberdeen. Detailed information on traveling to UEM can be found at the following website: http://www.uem.es/en/how-to-get-there/campus-villaviciosa-de-odon
Once at the university, what can students expect in the way of an orientation?
There is a week-long orientation. You will be notified of the particular details prior to arrival in-country.
Once on campus, do students need to register for their courses or are they automatically enrolled in the courses previously submitted on their initial application? If they need to register, what must they do?
All students must visit the International Office before the beginning of classes to do the final registration and to receive their schedule and student ID.
How to Apply? Applications for August 2013 entry should reach us before April 15, 2013; applications for January 2014 should reach us before October 15, 2013. Any applications received after these dates may be considered at the University's discretion. To begin application, click here. Exchange Application Once completed, submit application to the Office of International Programs and Services, SNGL 119, and pay the $175 application fee.