Universidad Europea de Madrid
Located in a suburb of Madrid, Spain, Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) is an international and innovative university that offers a wide range of officially recognized undergraduate and graduate academic programs. Its faculty of professors are highly qualifed and have extensive teaching, professional and research experience that enrich the theoretical and practical education of UEM's students. Reduced class sizes allow for constant, direct contact with professors, as well as the possibility of taking full advantage of the hands-on facilities available to each degree program. The curricula is tailored to meet the needs of the job market with a predominantly practical approach (more than 50% of all credits are practice related). This holistic and international approach aims to ensure students' employability and professional success in any country around the world.
Every year UEM welcomes more than 2,000 students and professors from all over the world, which makes campus life a wonderfully diverse cultural experience. UEM completes this education with a range of activities and options outside the classroom, designed to give students a healthy experience of university life, with links to culture and social responsibility. Exhibitions, events, research clubs, music, dance and theater groups, sports competition are just a few of the many activities happening every day at the University.
Madrid is one of the liveliest European capitals with the most sports, artistic and cultural activities. 365 days a year,it offers its citizens and thousands of tourists a wide range of options, including exhibitions, major sporting events, concerts, outdoor events and shows, not to mention its famous pavement cafés and tapas bars. History, tradition, the avant-garde and legendary works of art all form part of this bustling metropolis. Day and night, it is a safe city that invites you to stroll around its streets and its fabulous parks, and to enjoy one of the most varied cuisines in the world. Also well-known for its friendly and hospitable people, Madrid is not only a gateway to Europe but a meeting point for three continents.
As a designated exchange partner of UEM, tuition fees for Coastal students are based on CCU In-State Tuition rates, and students are able to study abroad for a full year or a semester.
|Universidad Europea de Madrid: Quick Facts|
|Location:||Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid, Spain|
|Student Population:||12,500 students|
|Who can Apply:||Business undergraduate students (Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors)|
|Academic Requirements:||Minimum 3.0 GPA required for admission|
|Courses Taught in English:||
There are a number of courses taught in English. For more information, please see the following: UEM Int'l Student Handbook and Programs Taught in English
|Tuition:||Exchange Students Pay $4,895 (CCU In-State 2014 Rate)|
There are 2 student dormatories on campus. Students stay in dorm rooms, whThe dorms guarantee the comfort and well-being necessary for students while studying, in addition to offering a university atmosphere that is as relaxing as it is enriching. Each of the dorm rooms, single or double, are equipped with everything students need: bathrooms, air-conditioning, wireless Internet connection, phones, and a study area. Within the facilities there is a library, study rooms, dining rooms, a cafeteria, a theater, a computer lab, television rooms and movie rooms.
|Projected Budget:||See UEM Budget|
|Additional Information:||Visit University’s website|
- Study Abroad Handbook 2013
- CNN: Studying abroad could give you an edge in the job market
- Follow the Discussion:
The New York Times Opinion Page:
A Year Abroad or a Year Wasted?
- What are the results of study abroad?
Voices from the 100000 Strong in the
Ms. Lori Patterson, M.P.S.
Study Abroad Advisor
Singleton Building 119
- UEM website
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Applications for Fall 2014 study abroad should be submitted to OIPS before March 14, 2014. To learn more about the application process, click here.