Semester 1: Early September to mid-December
Semester 2: Mid-January to early April
You probably have plenty of questions about your destination. You can find some of the answers in the URJC student guide.View Student Guide
Exchange students are able to stay in accommodation on campus at the Residencia Universitaria José Pérez de Vargas. The virtual housing service Vivienda virtual de la Comunidad de Madrid helps students find housing, or you can also search Housing Anywhere.Explore your accommodation options
Financial Support and Living Costs
Find out your estimated monthly expenses and learn what forms of financial support may be available to you.
As a UK Erasmus student, for the 2021/22 academic year you are entitled to receive an Erasmus Grant. Guidance on funding for students undertaking exchange in the 2022/23 academic year will be added soon.View cost of living information
Madrid's public transport system includes 13 metro lines, more than 170 bus lines and 3 tram lines. The train network is operated by Renfe. A Public Transportation Card is used to pay for journeys on the public transport in Madrid.Find out more about the public transportation card