Study abroad in Madrid, Spain’s historic and artistic capital that never sleeps. Madrid is home to the Prado Museum (the world’s biggest art gallery), Picasso’s most famous painting, Guernica, the beautiful baroque Royal Palace with over 2,800 rooms.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, named after a former king of Spain, offers a dynamic campus of 18,000 students (almost 20% of whom are international) and the largest offering of courses taught in English in Spain. Courses are available in the areas of engineering, business (AACSB accredited), finance, accounting, economics, and political science. Students have access to a wide array of cultural activities, as well as several sports centers. The University also provides first-rate student housing or shared apartments, and organizes many field trips and excursions to surrounding cities and attractions.
UNH Exchange programs are suitable for students with strong leadership skills who want an immersion experience studying with local students, relying on local services with no management or oversight by UNH or other U.S. provider.
Academics: Courses are available in the areas of engineering, business (AACSB accredited), finance, accounting, economics, and political science.
Housing and Meals: UC3M doesn't guarantee on campus accommodation, so students must live off campus. See this link for more information.
Extra-Curricular Activities: UCM3 is a culturally rich campus. Students participate in workshops, outdoor activities and attend sporting events. The university hosts about seventy students associations with different themes and interests and international students are encouraged to join.
Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid: UNH students pay their normal tuition and some fees. UNH currently allow allows federal, state and institutional aid — except work study — to transfer for all UNH Managed, UNH Exchange and UNH Approved programs abroad. You will be able to factor in airfare as an educational cost and consider the cost of living in your host country for your estimated expenses.
In addition, there are study abroad scholarships available! Please visit the Scholarships & Fellowships page for information about UNH and external funding for study abroad.
Travel and Insurance: Students purchase their flight independently. Visit Int’l Polices and Travel Resources section of the UNH Global website for information about International Insurance.
Eligibility: Students need to have a minimum of a 2.75 gpa and meet UNH study away eligibility requirements. Visit the Start section of the UNH Global website for details.
Application Deadlines: A fall and/or spring semester exchange. Submit exchange application in Via by September 25 (for spring study abroad) or March 5 for fall/full academic year.
What next? To find out more details about exchanges, attend a Study Abroad Information Session, held every Tuesday at 12:45PM, locations vary. After you’ve attended an information session and researched the exchange, set up an appointment with Catherine D’Auteuil in myWildcat Success or come to our walk in advising hours.