Nebrija Universidad

By | December 15, 2022

MADRID, SPAIN

Brief information

The private Nebrija Universidad in Madrid, founded in 1995, is one of the top ten universities in Spain in the national rankings and has only 4000 students, which ensures very individual support. In addition, the teacher-to-student ratio is only 15:1. Check usvsukenglish for more universities.

The degree programs offered to international students are mostly in Spanish, but some are also in English, and are in areas such as Hispanic Studies, Applied Languages, Business Administration and Management, Law, Advertising, and a few others.

You usually study together with local Spanish students and thus get to know everyday life, language and culture directly. In addition, everyone has access to the university facilities on campus.

There is a sports club and an international club that promotes cultural exchange among students of different nationalities. If you want to improve your language skills, you can join the Exchange Club, where you can engage in conversation with other students. Many activities are offered for free time, including excursions to interesting places in Madrid or sporting events. In addition, international students receive support with settling in.

  • Nebrija University website

University facts

Year of foundation: 1995

University Type: Private University

Number of students: total 5000, international 500

Accreditations:

Academic year:

The academic year at Nebrija Universidad is divided into two semesters. Summer sessions are also offered.

Study programs

  • Academic gap year
  • semester abroad
  • bachelor’s degree
  • language courses

International students are offered the opportunity to study for one or two semesters at Nebrija Universidad as part of the International Semester Program. You can choose between two different semester programs:

In the so-called Integrated Programs, the international students study side by side with their Spanish fellow students. You can choose Spanish or English language courses. The programs “Social Sciences”, “Polytechnic School”, “Communication Sciences” and “Arts and Letters” are offered. Within the chosen program, students can combine courses from different subject areas: The Social Sciences program, for example, includes courses from the areas of Business, International Relations, Law, Psychology and Tourism.

The university also offers a “Hispanic Studies Programme”. Program participants take various courses in the fields of language, conversation, culture and literature. The courses are offered at different levels, so that both language beginners and native speakers can find what they are looking for. The Hispanic Studies Program takes place on the Madrid-Princesa campus.

Participants in the “Hispanic Studies Programme” also have the option of taking the “Spanish Plus” variant. You then have the opportunity to take English-language courses from subjects such as Business and Marketing, Art and Architecture,Culture and History, International Relations, European Studies, Literature or Gender Studies in addition to Hispanic Studies courses.

The majority of the regular courses at Nebrija Universidad are taught in Spanish. The range of English-language courses varies from semester to semester and can vary in size. On request we will be happy to inform you about the current courses.

It is also possible to take part in a preparatory language course before the start of the semester.

  • Semester program of the Nebrija Universidad
  • Semester program of Nebrija Universidad (Hispanic Studies)

Fees

  • Case (Hispanic Studies) 2022

Tuition

EUR 4625.00

  • Fall (Integrated Programmes) 2022

Tuition

EUR 4625.00

The tuition fees include participation in five courses per semester. Those who wish can also take part in more than five courses within one semester. EUR 839 will then be due for each additional course selected.

  • Tuition fees at Nebrija Universidad

Financing options

Among other things, students can apply for foreign BAföG to finance a semester abroad at Nebrija Universidad. In addition to a subsidy for tuition fees of up to EUR 4,600, the foreign BAföG also includes support for living, travel and health insurance costs if an individual entitlement to support exists.

Requirements

Applicants for the semester program at the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija must have a high school diploma.

In order to take part in Spanish-language specialist courses within the Integrated Programmes, applicants must be able to demonstrate Spanish language skills at B2 level. It is possible to take a test before the start of the semester in Madrid, which will determine admission to the Spanish-language university courses.

Study Abroad students do not need to submit an official language certificate to take English-language courses as part of the Integrated Programs. However, knowledge of English at level B2 is recommended for successful participation in the course.

No minimum level of Spanish is required for the Hispanic Studies Program.

If the knowledge of Spanish is not sufficient, the English university courses as well as the courses from the language courses offered by the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija can be selected. Another option is to take a language preparatory course before the start of the semester.

The language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:

Undergraduate
CEFR B2 level
  • Nebrija Universidad application requirements

Degrees/Courses

Degrees/Courses in Spanish – Undergraduate

  • Administration and Dirección de Empresas
  • Architecture
  • Artes Escénicas
  • Bella’s Artes
  • Communication Audiovisual
  • derecho
  • Diseno Industrial
  • Education Primary with Mencion en Lengua Extranjera: Inglés
  • Estudios Hispanicos
  • Ingeniería / Ingeniería del Automóvil
  • Lenguas modernas
  • periodismo
  • Publicidad / Relaciones Públicas
  • International Relations
  • tourism

Degrees/Courses in English – Undergraduate

  • Advertising / Public Relations
  • Architecture
  • Audio-Visual Communications
  • business administration
  • Engineering
  • fine arts
  • Industrial style
  • International Relations
  • journalism
  • Law
  • Modern Languages
  • performing arts
  • Primary School Bilingual Education
  • Spanish Language and Culture Studies
  • Tourism

Campus

The Nebrija Universidad has two campus locations in Madrid: the Dehesa de la Villa campus, which is located in the middle of a park in the university district, and the Madrid-Princesa campus, close to the city centre. Courses from areas such as Social Sciences, Languages, Fine Arts, Engineering and the courses of the Centro de Estudios Hispánicos are offered here.

Campus de la Berzosa is located in a park-like setting just outside of town. Students can complete programs there in the areas of business administration and management, law, journalism or international relations, among others.

  • Nebrija Universidad campus map

Housing

Nebrija Universidad ‘s Housing Services assist international students in finding suitable housing.

The following accommodation options are available:

  • student residence
  • Private apartments / hotels
  • guest families

The university city of Madrid

Madrid is not only the capital of Spain, but also the country’s transport hub: Milestone zero is on the “Puerta del Sol” square, and this is where all the country’s main roads start, like a spider’s web.

With around 3.1 million inhabitants, Madrid is the third largest city in the European Union after London and Berlin, and the climate is continental – very hot summers and fairly cold winters; there are no temperate periods of temperature. The Spaniards call this “Sol o Sombra”, sun or shadow.

As a cosmopolitan city, Madrid naturally offers something for every taste. For visitors interested in culture, three of the most important museums in the world are located in the so-called museum triangle on the Paseo del Prado, only a few hundred meters apart: Museo del Prado, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and Museo de Arte Thyssen-Bornemisza. To relax you can, for example, retire to the city park of Madrid, the Retiro Park. It is not the largest, but it is certainly the most beautiful city park.

But the city has a lot to offer, especially for night owls. There’s something going on every night, but don’t forget that restaurants and tapas bars don’t open until 8 or 9pm. But you can simply celebrate until the next morning because many facilities are open very late. The bars in the Arguelles and Moncloa districts are particularly popular with students and other young people.

Nebrija Universidad