The European University of Madrid is a private university in Madrid, Spain, established in 1995. It currently has 12,500 students, who come from more than 60 countries. The large internationalization of the institution is due to that fact that it is a member of Laureate International Universities. Moreover, the school provides excellent opportunities for studying and work placements abroad. Students are also offered the option to gain dual degrees at universities worldwide, which is only one of the many advantages the institution has. The European university implements new bachelor’s degree programs in many areas, which pay specific attention to developing student-centered teaching methods. In addition, there are master’s and Ph.D. degrees, fully aligned with the constantly developing world environment.
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The Universidad Europea de Madrid offers over 200 degrees in a variety of majors and specializations.
The Universidad Europea de Madrid offers over 100 graduate programs to students and professionals.
Generally, applicants will need a transcript from the University Entrance Exam ,(which includes a personal interview), with a passing grade, an academic record certificate for first and second year of the LOGSE Bachillerato or BUP and university preparation year (COU), school grade records, two passport-sized photos, two photocopies of the applicants official ID, and receipt of payment for entrance exams. Students transferring to Universidad Europea de Madrid must also provide a program of subjects taken and/or enrolled on for the current year and a curriculum stamped by the Secretary's Office of the college. Applicants starting a second degree at Universidad Europea de Madrid will need to provide the general requirements, and a certified original and copy of their academic record or university degree. Students with a passing Vocational Training Degree Certificate or Advanced Career and Technical Education Certificate must provide two passport-sized photographs, two photocopies of their ID and receipt of payment for entrance exams. The admission requirements may vary on the program selected. EU students need to apply for Spanish residence if they intend to stay in Spain for more than three months. Non-EU students need to apply for a student visa.
Although there are no language requirements, admission to a Bachelor's Degree program involves taking an English language test for comprehension.
The cost per credit is 130,24 euros. There is a 130 euro admissions fee for applying to study at the Madrid campus and a 770 euro registration fee. There is also a 1,200,00 reservation fee for this program. Access Test fees: For students, 25 years-old or older, the cost is 250 euros. A face-to-face preparatory course for the entrance exam is available for 1,200 euros. If the applicant takes the preparatory course and Access test, they get a discounted price of 1,375 euros. An Intensive Preparation Course is available for 750 euros. For students, 40 years-old or older, the fee to the Access test is 150 euros. For students, 45 years-old or older, the fee for the Access test is 350 euros. Students in this age range can register for a Preparatory course for 1,050 euros. This fee is reimbursed if the student enrolls in a Bachelor's degree or Higher Level Training Cycle program at the European University of Madrid.
Bachelor programs take 4-5 years and 240-300 credits. Masters take 10 months to complete or 60 ECTS credits.
Most programs start in September or October.
Financial aid via grants and scholarships are available.
There are two student dormitories located near the Madrid campus.