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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Are you interested in having an immersive international student experience at a top ranking university in Madrid, Spain? Have you studied Spanish for at least 4 semesters? This program will give you the opportunity to take courses both in English and Spanish at a beautiful campus just a few miles outside of Madrid!
The University Carlos III Madrid is located just outside of Madrid, and is an easy and fast train ride. It has more of the feel of a U.S. campus with a mixture of old and new buildings as well as a cafeteria and student housing nearby. It is a relatively young campus since it was founded in the 1980s.
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The language prerequisite is 4 semesters, completed by the start of the program.
The program at UC3Madrid is taught in Spanish, but there are a few courses available in English. To see a selection of the courses, click here
Courses in this program are Transfer Credit.
Students have the option to choose between student residential living (Colegios) or sharing an apartment with other students. However, it is important to note that most university residences give priority to students staying for the full year. If you are only going for a semester, it would be best to consider other types of housing. The International Education Office at UC3M website has a link to various types of housing (also below) but students are responsible for securing their own housing. Neither their office nor our office can intervene in the decision of the Colegios/Student Residences. Students can live with local Spanish students or other international students.
For important information about reserving the student residences, click here
. For information on housing options, click here
. The second link on this page will take you to a number of other possibilities beyond the Colegios/Student residences.
Review the Budget Sheet posted above for detailed information on costs and fees. Costs vary per term and are subject to change.
Tuition and fees for the exchange program is equal to UNC’s rate, based on NC residency status, and will be charged to the participant’s UNC student account. Review the Budget Sheet for additional Cashier Billed Expenses and Out-of-Pocket Costs. The Study Abroad Office strongly encourages students to budget carefully for their time abroad.
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A NOTE ABOUT PASSPORTS AND VISAS: It is strongly recommended that students have in their possession by the application deadline a valid passport with an expiration date no earlier than 6 months after the program end date. Due to visa regulations, students should consult their Study Abroad Advisor before making international travel plans prior to the program start date. Students accepted into this program will need to travel to a Spanish consulate here in the United States, with passport in hand, to obtain a visa permitting them to study in Spain.
Follow these steps to apply for this program:
- Complete the required UNC application by clicking “Apply Now” at the top of the page. If you have not done so already, create a profile to start your application.
- The Study Abroad Office will review applications and nominate qualified students to the host institution.
- Nominated students are required to complete an application for the host institution. Follow instructions provided by the Study Abroad Advisor and make note of all deadlines.
For information on requesting ARS accommodations (academic, health, and mobility concerns) for a study abroad program, contact the Advisor for Access
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