1. Welcome to the University of Zaragoza!
We want to welcome you to the University of Zaragoza!
Although founded in 1542, the University of Zaragoza
(with its 35.000 students spread among the different
campuses in the provinces of Zaragoza, Huesca
and Teruel) has not lost the beat of the times.
Meeting point of an increasingly multicultural
population with science and research, this institution
wants to remain open to a constantly widening
and evolving world.
Academic staff at the University of
Zaragoza are highly specialised and have a broad research
and teaching experience. Not only in Spanish as a Foreign
Language, but also in fields as interesting to international
students as Spanish Literature, Geography, Archaeology,
Cinema, History, Biocomputation and Physics of Complex
Research Group), Aragón Institute for Engineering
Homogeneous Catalysis Research Institute (IUCH)
among many others.
Zaragoza is, above all, its friendly
and welcoming people. We encourage you to visit the University
of Zaragoza –and the city– so that you can
explore the Zaragoza experience.
2. What can I study at the University of Zaragoza?
Almost everything you are interested
in… as long as you speak Spanish. The offer of subjects
taught in English is not very wide at the moment. But
if you are interested in these subjects, click
here. If you want to explore the rest of the subjects
offered, you have to look for them in the respective Centres
For more information, click here.
If you don’t speak Spanish yet,
we can offer you our Spanish courses – also as Summer
Courses. Please click here
and find useful information.
If you are coming within an exchange
programme, do please refer to the web page of the Faculty/
School your Institution has an agreement with.
3. Any special offers for international students?
Yes, of course:
if you register for 21 credits (210 hours) of the
Spanish Culture and Literature Courses
other offered course) now you will get a free 90-hour
intensive Spanish Course in September (or an equivalent
discount for other Spanish courses). And now, under
the new regulation for “Short Term Study Abroad
Programmes”, the University of Zaragoza will
be able to offer certain subjects as partial courses.
4. Who will help me on my first day at the University
Almost every Centre organizes
welcome and orientating meetings for international
students. Depending on the Centre, this meetings
can be organized by former exchange students or
by the Vice dean for International Relations. The
most advisable thing to do, is to click and look
if –and when- the Faculty
you have chosen offers any special activities.
5. What about the fees?
Fees are mandatory and non-refundable
(except on exceptional cases). The fee depends on the
number of Credit Units (UoC) registered. As a Visiting
Student you can take partial studies (courses) of first,
second or third cycle level. For third cycle (PhD) a degree
is required. The available subjects, their accompanying
activities and their access requirements will be set yearly
by the different departments and published on the corresponding
web site. These are the official registration prices for
visiting students for the academic year 2007-08, but they
will be lower next year:
Official Registration Prices for
Visiting Students 2007-2008
Cost per credit in First or
Second Cycle Studies
Cost per credit in Third Cycle
/ Practice Degree 1 *
/ Practice Degree 2 **
/ Practice Degree 3 ***
/ Practice Degree 4 ****
/ Practice Degree 5 *****
/ Practice Degree 6 ******
** Food Technology, Biochemistry,
Chemistry, Geology, Dietetics and Nutrition, Veterinary
Science, Physical and Sporting Activity Sciences
*** Computer Science Engineering,
Telecommunication Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial
Engineering, Technical Industrial Engineering, Industrial
Electronics, Industrial Chemistry, Electricity, Mechanics,
Technical Engineering in Industrial Design, Diploma in
Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Speciality (Machine
Construction), Systems Engineering, Diploma in Agricultural
Engineering, Mechanics, Public Works Engineering, Technical
Engineer in Management Computing, Technical Engineering
in Telecomunications (Electronic Systems)
**** Degree in Physics, Diploma in Optics and Optometry.
***** Diploma in Statistics,
Diploma in Library Management and Documentation, Diploma
in Occupational Therapy, Pre-school Educcation, Teacher,
Physical Education Teacher, Foreign Language Primary Teacher,
Special Education Teacher, Primary Teacher, Musical Education
Teacher, Audition and Language, Degree in Educational
Psychology, Mathematics (Degree).
****** English Philology,
French Philology, Hispanic Philology, Classical Philology,
Geography, History, History of Art, Philosophy (Degrees),
Diploma in Tourism, Degree in Economics, Degree in Business
Administration and Management, Degree in Law, Joint Program:
Management and Business Administration / Law, Diploma
in Business Science, Diploma in Social Work, Degree in
Humanities, Diploma in Labour Relations, Diploma in Public
Management and Administration.
6. Housing and Residential Life
Once at your destination, it is not
very difficult to find a flat to share with other students,
and most of the Spanish students chose this kind of accommodation.
Depending on the kind of flat (with or without heating,
lift, nice location, age of the building…) the average
monthly price for a room is between € 150 and €
300. We can help you with your search by clicking here.
A full flat can cost between € 500 and € 700
a month. Lodging in Huesca or Teruel is a little cheaper.
You can also live in
a Hall of Residence (Colegio Mayor Universitario),
and it is a nice way of meeting people.
Zaragoza: There are two Residence halls
on the main Campus (Campus de San Francisco). Click
the links below, if you want to know about the prices:
Pedro Cerbuna (250 rooms) (see picture)
Santa Isabel (192 rooms)
- Residencia Juvenil Baltasar Gracián (168
double rooms) Contact here.
There are more private residence halls. For more information,
send an email to: email@example.com
or click here
(only Spanish version, sorry).
If you are ERASMUS Student, you can apply
If you need a map, click here.
By the way, meals can be included in
the price (in Cerbuna, for example, but not in Santa Isabel),
and not all rooms are single rooms. If you are sharing
a flat and you do not like cooking, you can eat at the
cafeterias in the Faculties. Most of them offer full meals
for more or less 4,- euros. All around the Campus you
can find relatively cheap restaurants. A meal for €
7 is not difficult to find.
You can also live with a family or share
a flat with an elder person: this last option is becoming
very popular and students who have already tried it, are
very positive about the experience.
7. When to Apply for Admissions. Admission procedures
8. How to enrol
You can enrol at your University Centre
(Faculty, School, etc.). The address is shown on the back
cover of your Enrolment Guide. Or from home (on line).
In both cases please use the self-enrolment system. You
can obtain the following documents from the Reception
Booth at your Centre: Guide, teaching schedules and examination
Read the information posters at the
institution or get additional information from the institution’s
Prior Appointment: To enrol you must
have an appointment. You will receive it at home, informing
you of the day and hour you should go to your centre for
enrolment. You will also receive this information at the
email address you gave the University. Click here.
If you wish to enrol in February, you
should clearly indicate it on the enrolment sheet (you
will find it under the Forms Section), as well as the
email address to which the prior appointment for that
enrolment period should be sent.
Remember, you will not be able to enrol
without a previous appointment.
If you want to know about the different
types of registration (enrolment periods, enrolment in
first year courses for the first time, enrolment in first
year courses for students repeating courses, enrolment
in all other courses, automated enrolment, incompatible
courses), click here.
If you are a EU citizen, you have passed
an exam that grants access to university studes in your
country and you want to study at the University of Zaragoza,
you just need a credential issued by the UNED (Universidad
Nacional de Educación a Distancia). More information
(Acceso Unión Europea).
If you are a non-EU citizen you have
1) You can take the national Spanish university entrance
exam (Examen de Selectividad) at the U.N.E.D. More information
2) If you already are a university
student in your country, please get in touch with the
faculty/college/school you want to study in to ask about
9. Any cultural or sports offers?
|Yes, of course.There is
a wide offer on all campuses. You can take actively
part on them and play theatre,
play in our orchestra,
or join the chorus.
|Please click here
for further information.
If you are looking for challenging activities,
The rugby team always needs new players. You can also
learn flamenco, capoeira… it is a nice way to
meet Spanish people.
There is also a cultural life besides
the University. If you want to see more, click the links
10. What if I have a problem?
You can always ask for help at our services.
The University of Zaragoza helps you with legal
and psychological assistance. And you can always ask
the International Relations
Office for help.
11. What should I know before coming to Spain?
* If you are EU citizen: countries of
the European Union (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Netherlands, Ireland,
Italy, Luxemburg, Portugal, United Kingdom, Sweden, Lithuania,
Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Cyprus and Malta), citizens of the rest
of the countries belonging to the European Economical
Space Agreement (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
and citizens of the Swiss Confederation, you should know,
- you need a valid passport or an identity
card. They must be valid and include the nationality of
- the citizens of the European Union have
the right to enter, leave, circulate and remain freely
in Spain as long as they have previously fulfilled the
- they may apply to any activity, both as
freelance and as hired employee, under the same conditions
as Spanish citizens (except for some jobs at the Public
- if you want to carry out official studies,
the valid identity card or passport will be enough.
For faqs, click here
(there is an English
* If you are not a citizen of a EU country
or another country belonging to the European Economical
Space Agreement, you need the corresponding visa. You
have to apply for the visa before coming to Spain. You
can do it at a Spanish Consular Office, located in your
country of origin or residence, at least two months before
starting your journey.
* Looking for the nearest Spanish
- … you must have been officially accepted by any
official Spanish teaching or research institution, in
order to study or to carry out non-paid research or teaching
tasks. The time schedule to follow (not shorter than three
months) must be specified as well as the detailed plan
for studies, research or teaching.
- … you must have guaranteed the necessary economical
resources to cover the cost of your studies, your stay
and the return to your country.
- … the stay permit depends on the studies duration
and periodicity. The fact of cancelling or finishing the
studies makes the permit non-valid.
- …the stay permit validity might be limited to
the duration of studies, research or training terms. If
they last more than twelve months, it will be renovated
- … if you are in Spain with the aim of studying,
you are not authorized to undertake any paid activity
neither on your own account nor for somebody else. You
can be allowed to have a part-time job (or a job with
a limited duration). There is only one exception: as an
international student, you can be hired as working staff
for the public administration (as long as it does not
affect the continuation of your studies).
* Mandatory Student Insurance: In any
case, students must be fully insured for illness and accident.
All international students must purchase the medical insurance
required. An exemption can be made for those already holding
an insurance policy, which meets all criteria set forth
by the host institution. This exemption must be made prior
We know the admission/application process
can be challenging… especially when you are living
abroad. But we are committed to assisting you and making
the process move as smoothly as possible. Please, let
us help you!
Campus de San Francisco
Universidad de Zaragoza.
C/ Pedro Cerbuna, 12.
Mondey-Friday: From 9 h. to 14 h.
From 15th May to 30th June and from 1st September to 15th
October also opened from 17 to 19 h.
During the inscription days also Saturdays from 10 to
Campus Río Ebro (Actur)
Universidad de Zaragoza. Edificio Ada Byron. (Conserjería)
C/ María de Luna, 3.
Secretaría Campus de Teruel
Campus Universitario deTeruel
C/ Ciudad Escolar, s/n
454003 Teruel (España)