If you are an international student interested in any of our undergraduate, graduate, technical or PhD programs at Universidad Europea you can download from this page the Admissions Regulations for International Students and the Practical Guides for the cities of Madrid and Valencia.
The Admissions Regulations for International students explains the steps to be followed and the requirements you will need to comply with in order to enroll in any of the Universidad Europea programs (Undergraduate, Graduate, PhD or Technical)
The Practical Guides for International Students include relevant information about living in Madrid and Valencia covering areas such as legal documentation, accommodation, health care, public services, transportation, leisure and other addresses and information of interest that will help you during your arrival process.
For further info or if you wish to start with your admission process, please, contact us through any of the following channels:
Universidad Europea has partnered with Flywire in order to streamline the process of international payments. Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency.
By making your payment with Flywire you can:
Si tienes cualquier duda sobre cómo hacer pagos internacionales:
Admissions and financial aid
find work within 6 months of completing their studies
find work within 12 months of completing their studies
of our students run their own businesses
Why study at Universidad Europea?
Leader in facilities and technology. The 2nd ranking private university in Spain in scientific production. An average of 1 professor per 23 students. Advanced technology applied to learning.Discover our methodology
282 exchange agreements. Programs and internships in more than 40 countries. 70 programs 100% in English or in bilingual formats.Why we are international
100% of our students receive an integrated education. Excellent students program. Development of skills such as problem solving, leadership.We help you grow
90% of our students find work in the first year. 3,000 agreements with companies. 2000 curricular internships a year. 10% outside Spain.High employability