Are you ready to take your education to the next level? Look no further than Universidad Europea in Spain, the ultimate destination for international students who want to experience the best that higher education has to offer. As academic advisors at PRODIREKT, we are proud of our long-standing partnership with this world-renowned institution.
PRODIREKT: “What sets Universidad Europea apart from other private universities in Europe is that it places special emphasis on the maturity and autonomy of each student, so that students learn to adapt to an increasingly complex and ever-changing world.”
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Educator – Universidad Europea
Since its inception in 1995, Universidad Europea (European University) has been committed to innovative, integrated, high-quality education. Today, it is holding a leading position in Spanish private higher education; it is the biggest private university in Madrid and one of the top 3 private universities in Spain. Every year Universidad Europea welcomes more than 20,000 students of 110 different nationalities.
Universidad Europea has four campuses at great locations in Spain – two in Madrid, one in Valencia and one on the Canary Islands (Tenerife). International students have the chance to experience the typical Spanish lifestyle in a Mediterranean climate coupled with top academic studies. A list of the branch universities include:
- Universidad Europea de Madrid
- Universidad Europea de Valencia
- Universidad Europea de Canarias
- Real Madrid Graduate School
This University is also noteworthy for its cutting-edge educational resources and state-of-the-art facilities. For example, their main Madrid campus has five teaching buildings, two dormitories for up to 500 people, and an extensive sports complex with swimming pools, gym, athletics track, tennis courts, soccer fields, paddle tennis courts, beach volleyball court, and a sports hall.
With hundreds of officially recognized Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees, the European University has one of the most comprehensive academic offers on the market, incorporating new degree programs every year. The study areas include: Business, Art & Design, Health & Wellbeing, Humanities & Culture, Psychology, Tourism & Hospitality, Media & Communications and Engineering.
All the study programs of the University comply to the European standards SEIS (that identify the same educational protocols in all European universities); the programs are adapted to the Bologna Process and use the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Many classes are in Spanish, but due to the University’s international core and value system, there are also more than 70 bilingual or completely English taught courses.
We should also mention that the University has one of the largest offerings of double degrees.
Internationally Recognized Quality
In addition to being officially recognized by the Ministerio de Universidades, España (Ministry of Universities of Spain), Universidad Europea has many worldwide known accreditations, such as NAAB (National Architectural Accreditation Board), RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architecture), WCPT (World Confederation for Physical Therapy) and ACBS. EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management) has awarded Universidad Europea with the European Seal of Excellence 500+.
In the QS Stars international accreditation rating, the University has obtained a total of four stars out of five. The QS Stars university rating system is the internationally-recognized mark of quality which uses a comprehensive and in-depth framework to rate and compare university performance across a broad range of key criteria.
HyFlex Experiential Learning
Every time we visited European University we were particularly impressed with its modern facilities and classrooms equipped with cutting-edge technology. Not only will you learn from highly qualified teachers, but you will also be in touch with the professional world.
The University’s HyFlex Experiential Learning model integrates face-to-face and virtual classrooms, redesigning the learning space and enabling you to learn by doing, with the guidance of a highly qualified faculty trained in educational technology.
HyFlex Experiential Learning
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million, so we present you with the UE video showing what their innovative training format adapted to the world of work looks like:
Global student mobility
Together with some 80 other universities around the world, Universidad Europea is part of the Laureate International Universities network, the largest global provider for education.
Since the onset of our partnership, the PRODIREKT team noted the growing international emphasis by the University, visible not only through the teaching in English of some courses and programs, but also in the large number of opportunities for international mobility (notably with other universities that are also part of the Laureate Group). The University has more than 300 internship agreements in over 40 countries. Last year 22% of their graduating students had spent a period of study abroad.
In addition, Universidad Europea has over 6,000 agreements with companies, as a result, 90% of its students find a job within 12 months of completing their studies.
In 2006, Real Madrid C.F. and the European University of Madrid created the first University School specialized in sports and in sports related management, health, communications, and leisure/recreation.
The Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea extends beyond the boundaries of sports by training professional leaders in all the disciplines that are associated, one way or another, with this area.
Forbes has ranked the Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea among the top three business schools in Spain in the MBA category.
Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM)
Studying in Madrid
Madrid is the capital city of Spain and one of Europe’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities. It offers a rich cultural experience, excellent universities, and a high quality of life.
One of the most notable features of Madrid is its stunning architecture, which ranges from historic landmarks like the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum to modern structures like the Four Towers business complex. The city is also famous for its parks and green spaces, including the Retiro Park, which is a popular destination for picnics, jogging, and relaxation.
Living in Madrid is an incredible experience. Madrid has a vibrant social scene that caters to a diverse range of interests, from lively nightclubs and bars to art galleries and museums. It is also a culinary hub, offering a range of traditional Spanish dishes as well as international cuisine. Studying in Madrid can’t be done without experiencing the tapas the city is known for. Head over to Malasaña or the party barrios near La Latina to experience just how the Madrileño students enjoy their tapas and cañas.
University – About UEM
Universidad Europea de Madrid (European University of Madrid), established in 1995, is one of the most international universities in Spain. This institution has an international community of 17,000 students, 83,000 alumni and more than 1,100 professors and staff, making it the largest private university in Madrid.
UEM has renewed its four star rating in the prestigious international university quality accreditation rating QS Stars, increasing its total rating by 95 points compared to 2015. Specifically, the European University of Madrid has obtained the highest score (five stars) in Internationalization, Employability, Teaching, Online Learning and Inclusiveness. UEM is also the first university in Spain to achieve ISO 14001, and the first in the world to receive QualiCert quality certification.
The University has concentrated mainly on its teaching mission and has developed a very strong student-centered focus. PRODIREKT academic advisors particularly like UEM’s mentor scheme whereby each student is assigned an academic staff member to guide him or her through studies as well as career choices and other matters. A training scheme has also been put in place to guide staff in this aspect of their work.
The professional orientation of the University is also very clear in the significant efforts developed by UEM to secure internships for all its students. This has been regarded as a relevant and very positive feature by many of our students, since it helps them greatly not only in their training, but also in the transition to the labor market (which is difficult in Spain). Altogether, this has very positive consequences in the good employability of UEM’s graduates.
UEM operates two campuses on the outskirts of Madrid – the main one at Villaviciosa de Odón, and a newly finished Alcobendas Campus. The Alcobendas campus is situated in an area which is a hub for businesses and entrepreneurship, and is intended to serve as an incubator for graduate students in business.
MADRID – VILLAVICIOSA DE ODÓN CAMPUS
The Villaviciosa campus is located 24 km to the west of the city center in the suburban setting of the large town of Villaviciosa de Odón, Community of Madrid. It is the biggest campus of Universidad Europea, noted for its innovative facilities where students carry out practical assignments and come into contact with the professional world from day one.
The town of Villaviciosa has a population of almost 30,000. It is an amazing place where you will be able to share your university life with students from all over the world. You can travel Villaviciosa-Madrid/Madrid-Villaviciosa by taking the bus 518. The trip will last no more than 25 minutes.
State-of-the-art facilities – the 25-hectare Villaviciosa de Odón campus has five teaching buildings, two dormitories for up to 500 people, and an extensive sports complex with swimming pools, gym, athletics track, tennis courts, soccer fields, paddle tennis courts, beach volleyball court, and a sports hall. Students can also study and complete their training in a comfortable and enriching setting of the extensive Dulce Chacón library.
Address: C. Tajo, s/n, 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid, Spain
MADRID – ALCOBENDAS CAMPUS
Alcobendas Campus is designed to be a unique space where the University is in permanent contact with the professional business world, a key factor in the comprehensive development of the students. This Campus has a space within Universidad Europea called HUB Emprende, dedicated to learning, work, creativity and aiming to promote entrepreneurship.
The campus is located in the city of Alcobendas and measures 13,000 m2. Its four stories house the following: more than 50 classrooms, computer labs, faculty offices, group project rooms for students, tutoring offices, and multi-purpose spaces. The building is fitted with the latest in teaching equipment and computer networks.
International students require particular attention in their academic and personal integration in the life of the university. This is very relevant in view of any institution’s ambition to increase its international attractiveness, and UEM does a very good job in that respect by putting strong emphasis on its campus life. In addition to organizing workshops, talks and conferences, the University conducts cultural, sports, educational, cooperative and leisure activities.
We particularly like UEM’s Student Clubs. The clubs are created and managed by and for the students themselves. See how you can meet new friends, as well as learn and develop skills through participating in these dynamic, fun and, above all, student-led clubs:
Residence XIOR Picasso-Velázquez
The residence is located within the University Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón and has two halls with a capacity of 510 places. The XIOR Picasso-Velázquez residence student residence offers ensuite single and double rooms, with magnificent views of the gardens, exclusive dining rooms and free access to all the sports facilities on campus.
Take advantage of the impressive communal areas (study room, cinema, co-working space, games rooms), as well as an auditorium theatre for rehearsals and free musical activities.
Meal times are adapted to the university’s academic schedule. Students can eat in other dining halls on campus with the same provider if their class schedule requires it.
You will feel like a hotel guest here. Room cleaning service, including weekly change of bed and bath linen, is provided. Not to mention the free high-speed WiFi to facilitate your studies.
The CCTV and 24-hour reception team offers the security and comfort that students require.
Facilities and Services:
- 4 categories of rooms overlooking a garden setting (single and double)
- Individual bathrooms
- Modern dining room and cafeteria
- Air-conditioning and heating
- Common study rooms
- Cinema, study, work, TV and game rooms
- Auditorium theater
- High-speed Wi-Fi broadband Internet access
- Personal access card
- Laundry facilities
- Free printing service (up to 30 pages per day)
- Relax by UEM’s lake and the largest man-made waterfall in Madrid
- Fitness center, swimming pool and all-inclusive sports complex
Monthly rental cost: € 1180-1850
Access here a virtual tour of this accommodation.
Address: Campus Universitario de Villaviciosa de Odón, C/Tajo, s/n 28670-Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid)
Apartments and Rooms
The two campuses of the European University of Madrid are far from the center of the capital.
VILLAVICIOSA DE ODÓN CAMPUS – When looking for rooms and apartments for students near the main campus of Villaviciosa you can choose to live in that town, although you may want to choose neighborhoods in Madrid that are well connected with the university.
If you do not have a car or motorcycle, the best option is to look for a room in the areas near Príncipe Pío, as well as the southern part of Argüelles, as it has good communications by bus. The bus line 518 runs the Principe Pio-Villaviciosa de Odón route. This area is one of the most demanded to find student housing. It would also be a good choice to stay in areas of Moncloa or Puerta del Angel, since transport options on underground Line 6 link with Principe Pio station in 10 minutes.
ALCOBENDAS CAMPUS – Alcobendas is a town of about 100,000 inhabitants, located in the northeast of Madrid. It has many residential areas, so it can also be a good idea to look for accommodation there. If you prefer to live in Madrid, but do not want to spend much time commuting, then we recommend to look for accommodation in the northern neighborhoods, such as Fuencarral or Tetuan.
The average cost of living is difficult to calculate, but we have listed some figures that may help you:
- Renting a room in Madrid can cost from €350 to €700 per month, while studios are between €800 and €1,500 per month, depending on the area.
- Utilities (water, electricity and gas) vary according to the time of year (in the summer you may use air conditioning, and in the winter heating), but roughly speaking, utilities are around €150 per month.
- The monthly shopping basket (groceries, etc.) could be around €200.
- If you are under the age of 26, the monthly transport card costs 20 euros.
- Mobile tariffs can vary between €20 and €50 per month, while home internet is around 50 euros per month.
Universidad Europea de Valencia (UEV)
Studying in Valencia
Valencia is the third biggest city in Spain (over 800.000 inhabitants), located on its eastern coast. This Mediterranean city is a popular destination for students and young professionals due to its nice climate, beautiful beaches, excellent universities, affordable cost of living, and vibrant social scene.
Apart from its academic offerings, Valencia is known for its thriving arts and cultural scene. The city is famous for its stunning architecture, including the City of Arts and Sciences, a futuristic complex that includes an opera house, science museum, and planetarium. Valencia is also home to several museums, galleries, and cultural centers, as well as numerous festivals and events throughout the year.
Valencia’s location on the Mediterranean coast provides easy access to a range of outdoor activities, such as water sports, hiking, and cycling.
The city is also famous for its delicious cuisine, including the famous paella dish, which originated in Valencia.
All of this establishes Valencia as a multicultural center, providing students with everything they need to begin their university and professional life.
University – About UEV
Study at an urban innovation campus in the heart of Valencia, and put your knowledge into practice in the dental clinic, nursing care room, crime laboratory or the translation booths, among many other modern facilities.
The Universidad Europea de Valencia (UEV), also known as the European University of Valencia, was established in 2008. The 10,000 m2 campus is located in the eastern part of Valencia, near the beaches and the City of Arts and Sciences.
It is modern and well-equipped, with state-of-the-art facilities that include dental simulation labs, multipurpose health sciences laboratories, simultaneous translation labs, mock courtrooms, and much more, allowing students to carry out their academic training in an environment comparable to that which they will find in their future career.
The campus also has a range of extracurricular activities and student clubs that cater to diverse interests, from sports to culture and entrepreneurship.
UEV offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields, including business, engineering, biomedicine and health, communications, criminology, and law.
One of the main strengths of the European University of Valencia is that offers young people the opportunity to train at the hands of active professionals from leading companies in the sector and with an eminently practical methodology.
It also has a strong focus on internationalization, with programs that include international internships, study abroad opportunities, and courses taught in English.
Living at residence halls gives you the opportunity to meet other students from Spain and abroad and to get to know other cultures, and is undoubtedly the best way to share and enjoy enriching personal experiences.
Colegio Mayor La Concepción
The residence Colegio Mayor La Concepción is located at Avenida de Suecia 23, just a five-minute walk from the Universidad Europea de Valencia Campus. It is also very close to the Ciutat Vella, one of the most emblematic areas of Valencia, as well as to Malvarrosa Beach and the promenade. It will take you only 15 minutes by public transport to get to the City of Arts and Sciences.
The residence provides modern double and individual studios with air-conditioning, private bathroom, fully-equipped kitchen and free WiFi connection in all of its facilities. It also has a gym, terrace, games room and living area.
Approximate monthly rates for full academic year stay: the minimum and obligatory duration will be 9,5 months (with entry on 1/09 or 15/09):
Single studio €1,040
Twin studio with 1 bathroom €845
Twin studio with 2 bathrooms €935
What is included:
- Half board from Monday to Friday (breakfast & lunch), except on university holidays
- Water, electricity and air conditioning consumptions
- Weekly room cleaning service (exc. kitchen) + a quick clean of the bathroom.
- Weekly change towels and sheets
- Internet connection up to 30 mb/s (6 devices)
- Use of the common areas
- VAT (10%)
Optional: Full board from Monday to Friday: €119/monthly
Address: Av. de Suecia, 23, 46010 Valencia
Collegiate Marina Real
The new Collegiate Marina Real residence is situated at Calle Francesc Cubells, 7, just ten minutes from the Universidad Europea de Valencia Campus. This accommodation boasts individual air-conditioned studios, with a private bathroom, fully equipped kitchen with everything you could possibly need, a large desk, broadband Internet connection and TV.
There are two types of rooms: private studios with a full kitchen and bathroom, and two-person studios with a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom.
As for the services, the following are all included: maintenance services, 24/7 reception, outdoor swimming pool, gym, cinema room, study room and library, residents’ lounge, games room, private lounge, interior landscaped patio, two covered solarium terraces, music room, bicycle parking, self-service laundry, a packed schedule of activities and events, etc.
Monthly prices (for full year bookings):
Studio (single rooms) with kitchen:
- standard – from €800/month
- superior – from €845/month
- premium – from €955/month
Twin studios with kitchen – from €555/month
Address: C/ de Francesc Cubells, 7, 46011 Valencia
Apartments and Rooms
If you are coming to Valencia and you still don’t have housing you will need a few days to find something. We recommend that you stay in one of the city’s hostels while you look for a suitable accommodation. Normally hostels will require a minimum 2-night stay and we suggest that you don’t delay choosing a flat for more than 4 or 5 days, because if you wait longer some of the flats that you saw may already be rented by the time you decide to take them.
Since you would probably want to live near the European University in shared apartments, we recommend these places/areas for your stay: Avinguda Blasco Ibañez, Avinguda Ramon Llull, Plaza Honduras, etc. These areas have all the necessities near your home, such as groceries, restaurants, cafes, etc.
Another common place to stay is in the Benimaclet area. This neighborhood is also close to the university but with cheaper flats. It is also well connected with the city through the tramline.
If you enjoy the beach, then the Cabanyal neighborhood is a great option. Like the others, it’s close to the university. With easy access to the beach you can really have a great time with your friends.
In 2023 a typical room in a student residence in Valencia averages around €600-700/month.
Real Madrid Graduate School
Do you dream of working in something you’re truly passionate about? Study at the only graduate school associated with Real Madrid. “Train your dreams!”
The Real Madrid Graduate School – Universidad Europea, was founded in 2006 with the aim of training future professional leaders with hopes of working in the sports industry. Today, it is a pioneering Postgraduate School worldwide, centering its teaching methodology around the fields of management, sport and health that Real Madrid has been developing for the internal management of its club.
The School was created with a strong international component, just like the two institutions that back it. On one side there is Real Madrid Football Club, which took a Spanish company and made it into a leading international force; on the other is Universidad Europea de Madrid, a member of Laureate International Universities, a world leader in advanced education.
With the goal of providing practical education, the graduate programs are taught in state-of-the-art facilities: the Real Madrid facilities at its brand new Sports City and Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, as well as Universidad Europea de Madrid’s campuses in Alcobendas (Madrid) and Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid).
Each Master course also has a co-director who is a senior executive of Real Madrid, which adds a great value to the school’s students.
During the Master you’ll have the chance to visit the Real Madrid City, the biggest sports complex ever build by a football club. Students of some master degrees will also enjoy practice sessions together with the club’s professionals, masterclasses with the club executives, or the professional internships.
The studies include two (optional) international trips and visits to NBA, NHL or NFL in New York, Chelsea FC or Wimbledon in London, Ajax in Netherlands, Bayern in Munich, FC Porto or SL Benfica in Portugal, Rome Olympic Stadium in Italy, and many more. You’ll be able to choose your international experience among the school’s offer, meeting executives from the most renowned sport institutions worldwide.
We have prepared a comprehensive review of the prestigious Real Madrid Graduate School here. In addition, PRODIREKT’s friendly and professional academic advisors are always here to answer your questions and support you.
Programs – Prices & Dates
Universidad Europea uses a semester system for both full-degree students and semester abroad students studying to receive credit towards their home degree system. The semester system is equivalent in course load and duration to a three-trimester system. Students can start their studies in January or September.
Entrance Examinations/Registration Fee
Entrance Examinations Fee for campus-based programs at the Madrid campus cost €150. By paying this fee, you confirm that you are participating in the University’s admissions process. This fee will not be refunded under any circumstance. Entrance examinations are free at the Valencia Campus, except for special process degrees, which cost €95.
Students who apply through PRODIREKT do not pay the €150 Registration Fee.
Study Place Reservation Fee
The study place reservation fee represents the student’s confirmation of their place acceptance and their wish to continue with the procedures to enroll at the University. This fee is part of the total tuition and must be paid prior to enrollment. The fee to reserve a place depends on the degree chosen; please see the Academic Fees/Pricelist below for more information.
Tuition Fees vary depending on the program/degree you choose. The tuition fee at Universidad Europea ranges from 9,240 euros to 31,400 euros per year for international students.
In recognition of our strengthened partnership with Universidad Europea, we are glad to announce that the following promotion has been agreed: A 20% discount for the selected undergraduate programs (Bachelor’s degree) and a 30% discount for Postgraduate degrees on the amount charged to reserve a space (Study Place Reservation Fee) in the 1st year of the program for first-time students who enroll for the 2023/2024 school year between 1st May and 15st May 2023.
Our academic advisors will be happy to confirm whether your desired study program is eligible for the above stated promotion.
Undergraduate Programs Academic Fees
Master’s Degrees Academic Fees
Universidad Europea has one of the broadest scholarship and financial aid programs.
In order to apply for the scholarship, you must have paid the reservation fee in advance and submit the scholarship application form.
You also need to attach the following documentation to your application:
- Declaration of income of the household
- Academic Certificate from your completed Baccalaureate studies.
PRODIREKT academic advisors can help you obtain and review all the information about the different scholarships and grants that might be available at the time of your application.
We have outlined below the main steps for you to take to become part of Universidad Europea’s student community. For help with the admissions process, we recommend you consult our experienced academic advisors.
1. Educational Qualification: High School/Secondary School diploma for undergraduate degrees, or higher education diploma (at least Bachelor’s Degree) for Master’s programs.
Legalization of Qualifications
In some cases, the documents issued overseas must be legalized and translated into Spanish for them to be considered when carrying out administrative procedures.
These countries do not require any type of legalization:
- Members of the European Union and United Kingdom
- Signatories of the Agreement on the European Economic Area: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, Switzerland through a bilateral agreement with the European Union.
Require apostille but not legalization – the countries that have signed the Hague Convention, except for countries belonging to the European Union and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
Require legalization via diplomatic channels – the remaining countries.
2. Language test
English language test:
This test must be taken by all students who come from countries whose official language is not English, except for those who have opted to study degrees where the language of instruction is not English.
Spanish language test:
This test must be taken by students who wish to study their degree in Spanish and whose mother tongue is not Spanish, or by students who wish to study their degree in a language other than Spanish but who need evidence of a certain level of Spanish in order to carry out their studies, or by students who wish to study a degree which requires a certain level of Spanish according to regulations.
3. Interview/Cover Letter
The candidate will answer a series of motivational questions, which will be assessed by a member of the corresponding faculty as part of the admissions process.
How to Apply
Before applying, please check the above Admission Requirements.
As its long term partner and internationally accredited academic advisor, the PRODIREKT education group has a unique opportunity to represent Universidad Europea (European University) globally. When applying through PRODIREKT you are not only getting expert advice and guidance, but you also enjoy special privileges that might include:
- scholarships offered only to PRODIREKT students and our International Ambassadors;
- special discounts;
- enrollment advantages – students who apply through PRODIREKT do not pay the €150 Registration Fee;
- reservation priority for campus and home stay accommodation;
- less strict cancellation policy;
- admissions interview preparation;
- visa application assistance;
- travel arrangements.
The enrollment process is straightforward and is as follows:
Filling out PRODIREKT Application and Terms & Conditions (T&C) forms:
Please note that filling out the PRODIREKT Application Form and Terms & Conditions does not secure a place on the program, nor does it mean you are under obligation to attend this program. It is simply the first step in the application process, so that we can give you precise information and check availability on the program. A contract is signed directly with the college, and a place is confirmed after Study Place Reservation Fee is settled.
Sending to email@example.com the following documents:
- PRODIREKT Application Form,
- PRODIREKT Terms & Conditions,
- Photocopy of the student’s passport,
- The student’s most recent passport size photograph,
- Resume/CV (professional biography) in English, and
- Copy of the student’s High School/Secondary Education Diploma/Bachelor’s or Master’s Diploma (depending on the program you want to enroll in).
As internationally accredited academic advisors and representatives of Universidad Europea, it is our responsibility to review your documentation and evaluate the admission requirements to ensure you are eligible to apply for the program. To that end, you should also expect to have a video interview with one of our senior advisors.
We will schedule a Skype/Viber/Zoom interview with you, so that we can make a final assessment of your English level and determine if the program is right for you.
If we conclude that you are eligible to apply for the program, PRODIREKT advisors will help you submit your Universidad Europea application online and upload electronic copies of your documents to support your application. We will also check with the college if the program you desire to enroll is open (currently accepting applications).
It is important that you submit a complete application with all required documentation to ensure timely processing of your application by the college. Official educational documents are required in order to be considered for admission. Official translations of transcripts and/or proof of graduation must bear the seal or stamp of the notary/official translator.
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