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Universidad Europea de Madrid | Universidad Europea

Universidad Europea de Madrid

An irreplaceable life experience

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Madrid campuses

If you’re a “maker,” Villaviciosa is the place for you, but if you want to found a startup, come to Alcobendas.

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24% international students

Take advantage of the opportunity to collaborate with fellow students from up to 88 different countries.

80

Bilingual or 100% English programs

Stand out and prepare to become an international professional by studying in English, French or Italian.

Objetivo EvAU

From April 26 to May 19, you have an appointment to participate in our #ObjetivoEVAU program.

We want you to give your best, so please join our Evau workshops, where we review this year's news, we give you tips prior to your exams, and you may even participate in our challenges.

APPLY FOR OUR UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS

At Universidad Europea, we adapt to you and that is why we allocate MORE THAN €7 MILLION in scholarships and financial aid, so you don't have to worry while you receive the best education.

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Letter from the Rector

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Elena Gazapo

Rector of Universidad Europea

When I assumed the position of Rector of Universidad Europea, I knew that I was facing a passionate challenge for the institution that I have belonged to for many years. As a result, I am fully committed to making this university achieve the greatest possible success. We are getting closer to this goal every day thanks to the challenges we have already overcome and the daily efforts of our entire community. I am proud to lead this great project. I feel passionately about facing this task with total conviction and an understanding of the immense responsibility I bear working at an institution that is at the cutting edge of academic quality and trains the very best.

Our students receive an education that is open to the world, innovative, international and multicultural. Our campus reflects this dynamic spirit by constantly improving. I am taking on this challenge with the satisfaction of representing an extraordinary academic community with a prestigious faculty which stands out for its excellence.

As an example of our community’s efforts, I would like to highlight that the prestigious international rating agency QS Stars—which rates the quality of educational institutions—has recognised the excellence of our faculty, internationality and the employability of our students by granting us a rating on par with that of Cambridge, Oxford or Harvard.

At Universidad Europea, we understand the needs of the current environment and are superbly positioned to prepare the future professionals of a hyper-connected and constantly transforming society—those individuals that are called upon to lead a world that is immersed in technology and digitalisation. This transformation is only possible in an interdisciplinary environment such as our campus, which allows students to immerse themselves in their chosen profession from the outset.

Conscious of today’s professional demands, our students acquire knowledge and develop skills and values following a hands-on learning academic model in an environment connected to the professional world. In this environment, we prioritise personal and professional skills such as leadership, entrepreneurship, teamwork, creativity and ethical commitment—skills that enhance and enrich our graduates’ profiles and train them to work in a globalised, changing environment.

Precisely because our environment is changing, I argue that the University should become a key tool in driving students toward a future filled with certainty. As required by the challenges of 21st-century society, education is taking shape as a natural component of the life plans of each and every one of us. In this sense, I firmly believe that the University is a unique travel companion.

To achieve this, the entire community is working every day to enable Universidad Europea to continue to grow as an institution that eliminates borders, is inclusive and permeable to social changes, and seeks to train global citizens with a multidisciplinary approach and ethical commitment.

We are fully aware that the world needs committed leaders. I would like to use this letter to thank everybody for their constant efforts that make this possible every day.

Advisory Board
  • Elena Gazapo

Rector of Universidad Europea de Madrid

  • Elena de la Fuente 

General Secretary 

  • Sergio Calvo

Vice-Rector for Students and Intstitutional Relations

  • Eva Icarán

Vice-Rector for Faculty and Research

  • Francisco López Varas

Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of Physical Activity, Sport and Physiotherapy.

  • Alberto Sols

Director of the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design.

  • Daniel Hormigo

Dean of the Faculty of Biomedical and Health Sciences.

  • Manuel López

Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication.

With the latest technology

14000 m2 of facilities

Cutting-edge sports facilities designed for your needs.

2 university residences

Live on-campus in one of the residences housing more than 500 students with full amenities.

Innovation designed for you

Question everything. Complete an internship at the simulated hospital, the wind tunnel or at Europea Media.

Facilities

XR Lab Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

XR Lab

XR Lab—the virtual and augmented reality laboratory applied to learning.

Hospital Simulado en campus de Villaviciosa de Odón

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Simulated Hospital

The Simulated Hospital’s facilities allow health professionals to undergo clinical training using simulation methodology led by accredited instructors.

HPR Lab Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Human Performance Research Lab (HPRLab)

A state-of-the-art space for learning and research.

Túnel de Viento Universidad Europea de Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Wind Tunnel

With this device, students better understand the effects of wind on objects; measuring the forces objects are subjected to, the wind speed and visualizing air current lines.

By Car

Exit 69 on the M-501 road towards Villaviciosa de Odón.

By Bus

  • Line 518. Madrid (Príncipe Pío) - Villaviciosa de Odón. Príncipe Pío Metro Station. Line 6 (circular) 10 and the Ramal metro line.
  • Line 538. Villaviciosa (Universidad) - Boadilla (Pta. de Boadilla).
  • Line 519. Móstoles - Villaviciosa de Odón.
  • Line 510. Alcorcón - Villaviciosa de Odón - El Bosque.
  • Line 567. Majadahonda - Villaviciosa de Odón.

By BusUp:

Everything you need to achieve your dreams

Entrepreneurship HUB

Put your ideas into action in a business project incubator. We believe in you.

Innovation

Much more than just a campus. Our academic model is designed to accelerate your success.

Alcobendas

You will learn in one of the most powerful business centres in Spain, just outside Madrid.

By car:

  • Exit 17 on highway A1

By bus:

  • Line 827. Canillejas - (Avenida de Barajas stop)
  • Line 159. Plaza de Castilla - (Avenida de Barajas stop)
  • Line 9. CC. Alcob. area (Avenida de Barajas rotunda at Avenida de la Vega stop) - does not run on Saturdays and holidays
  • Line 2. Moraleja Av. Metro Station Bruselas - (Avenida de Barajas rotunda at Avenida de la Vega stop) - does not run on Saturdays and holidays
  • Line 10. CC. Alcob. area (Avenida de Barajas rotunda at Avenida de la Vega stop) - circulates on Saturday starting at 9:40 AM
  • Line 11. CC. Alcob. area (Avenida de Barajas rotunda at Avenida de la Vega stop) - circulates on Saturday starting at 9:40 AM

Check shuttle schedules here.