CEU San Pablo University - Multidisciplinary Higher Education
For more than 80 years CEU San Pablo University has been dedicated to helping students on their way to successful future professions. The school offers an extensive range of bachelor's degrees, double bachelor's degrees and postgraduate study programs in Spanish and English, in many subject areas such as Economics and Business, Communication and Humanities, Architecture, Engineering and Health Science.
The university has a strong international environment, populated by students from more than 70 different countries. The open, cosmopolitan and cultural vibe of Madrid, make the capital of Spain a popular study abroad choice for students from all over the world.
With a strong emphasis on employability, the university offers competitive internship programs, having agreements in place with more than 7,000 companies and institutions, both nationally and internationally.
A multitude of international mobility programs are also available for students, professors and researchers. The university has collaborations with the most prestigious universities in the United States of America, including Columbia University, Boston University, The University of Chicago and Fordham University.
CEU San Pablo University is committed to the power of learning and improvement, and offers a number of scholarship opportunities.
Madrid offers many accommodation options. Lots of students choose to rent a room in a shared flat, but you can also live at a student´s residence or rent a flat on your own.
IN GENERAL, HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO RENT A FLAT IN MADRID?
This will depend on the area you choose and the kind of flat you are looking for. A room in a shared flat close to the Moncloa Campus usually costs between 400 to 600 euros a month. A flat on your own would cost you much more.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO FIND ACCOMMODATION?
It doesn’t usually take long as there are a lot of flats and rooms available. We recommend you budget to stay at a hotel or hostel for the first week or so of your stay so that you have time to look around, compare what’s on offer and, above, see the options for yourself.
WHICH PART OF MADRID IS MOST RECOMMENDABLE FOR LIVING IN?
Although Madrid city is varied enormously and every district has its own personality, it is true there are some areas it might be better to avoid. The best advice is to look for a flat in an area where lots of other students live, as this means you will probably have the services you will need for your university life. It is also important to check how you can get to the University easily and/or quickly. The Metro is the safest and fastest form of public transport.
Typical student districts: Moncloa, Argüelles and Chamberí.
City centre districts: Universidad, La Latina, Justicia, etc. Prices tend to be higher and the apartments smaller in these areas. The streets are always busy and lots of events going on, bars, etc. The advantages are that these areas are well communicated and you can find many of the services you need only a few minutes’ walk away.
Areas to avoid: Lavapiés and Sol. These areas typically receive lots of tourists all year round and it may be difficult to find the peace and quiet you will need to study.
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