The city of Madrid has much to offer students in the form of vibrant culture, art, architecture and night life. At Universidad Europea de Madrid, courses are taught in English and offered in: Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Business Management, Communications, Finance, International Relations, Journalism and Marketing. You can view the list of available courses online. Our recommendation is that you search for courses using the option to search by the language in which the course is taught, rather than the degree program or name of the subject. Please visit UEM's international student website for details about Spanish Language courses.UEM offers accommodations in suburbs outside Madrid (Villaviciosa de Odon and La Moraleja). Students are also able to look for shared apartments, studio apartments, and homestays. Take a look at the "Useful Information for International Students" site to see information about life in Madrid, housing (Alojamiento), the Spanish Education System, and cost of living. Students are responsible for purchasing their own meals while studying at UEM andcan expect to spend approximately 250â‚¬/ month when shopping at the supermarket.
Payable to your Kent State Bursarâ€™s Account: Per Semester