Presentation of the Rector

Dear Students and Friends:

When beginning a crucial period in your lives, which is the selection of studies and the University where you are going to gain the academic formation, you should make each decision having in mind that it will affect your personal and professional future.

When making that choice you should take into consideration all possible information about University at which you would like to study: its history, reality and possibilities it may give you. And therefore, education is one of the most worthwhile decisions we can make.

Education, not only as field of study, but also integral education which provides professional training. Besides, education which allows to growing as a valuable person who follows rules based on Christian Humanism preached by CEU San Pablo University

The fact is that this integral education is reflected in various grounds: Firstly, in the long experience in higher education field guaranteed for more than 80 years and recognized by the society, as well as in thousands of graduates trained by our University

Secondly, in the prestigious academic staff with the firm professional and investigational experience and with the large teaching capacity. Their experience combines traditions and innovations so that they can do best to educate the students.

Thirdly, in the offer of education that is open to international experience. Our University is the first to give international bilingual grades and maintains a wide offer of student exchanges with prestigious Universities all around the world.

This international experience allows to facing the challenges posed by more and more globalized and competitive world on the national and international level.

Finally, in providing students with a variety of services, which allow them to develop maximally their talents, like Employment Orientation Centre (COIE), Language Centre, as well as a wide range of cultural and sport activities, pastorals and voluntary works

In addition, talent support is one of the distinctive features of our University, which makes an important effort to distinct students who demonstrate a huge dedication in and responsibility for their work by providing them with scholarships and other financial support.

In other words, CEU San Pablo University takes care of integral education of its students and has become a benchmark of higher education. Our pride is to follow this way, to see that our graduates are among the most qualified and recognized entrepreneurs and professionals of our state. Their example is the essence of our University.

For all these reasons, you may be sure that when making such an important decision of choosing a faculty and the University our paths will cross.

Antonio Calvo Bernardino The Dean of CEU San Pablo University


Dentistry Student from France

Camille Arnoux

From the very beginning you feel a certain bond with the professors.

One of this year’s most positive aspects are the professors. As a foreigner on a Spanish course, I really took note of the professors’ interest in me as a student and their particular attention whenever I would ask a question. From the very beginning, you feel a certain bond with the professors, who are real Dentistry professionals and who treat us like future professionals and colleagues. They share their knowledge with us while focusing on practical cases, allowing us to gain knowledge of in-depth notions that can seem rather complex at first glance.
To me, the professor that represents this best is Ana, a professor of Introduction to Dentistry. She teaches us the basics of the dentist profession from the first year by giving us personal examples that she has seen throughout her career. An extra little bonus: she speaks French!

Architecture Student from Mexico

Miguel Angel Martínez Escartín

The values that the CEU pass on to its students build a great foundation for one’s professional life as well as one’s personal life.

At CEU, the professors grant their students very personal and constant attention. The professors and their office hours are very flexible. They are very patient when it comes to explaining things and they offer support when necessary.
The professors are all excellent, but if I had to choose any favorites, I would have to say that they are: Ricardo from the Foundations of Physics I. He is an incredible teacher as well as a kind person who really knows how to explain things; Alejandro, from Introduction to Architecture who, apart from being an excellent professor, also gives you advice on books to read and tips to help you study better; Miguel Acosta from Anthropology who explains this difficult subject in a very clear and concrete way.
The installations are very convenient and they are all adapted to the student’s needs, helping us differentiate between practical and theoretical subjects. This helps you a lot with focusing on what you want to do, and the installations are wide and correspond to their function.

Law student from the United States

Jacqueline Schulkin

Studying in Madrid is brilliant because it is a fantastic city filled with culture, history, entertainment, as well as being very safe.

The professors at the University CEU San Pablo are very competent in their respective courses. They also teach us how to think critically, how to apply theory to practice and how to communicate our ideas with the rest of the group. The professors have humane and ethnic values and they try to pass these on to their students. The classes have a nice atmosphere. There is warmth and companionship; it is a safe environment based on respect.
The University CEU San Pablo grants personalized attention to the students. Every student has its personal tutor, with whom he/she can talk about the formal education or any other doubt he/she is having. The administration staff is always prepared to talk to the students as well.
Studying in Madrid is brilliant because it is a fantastic city filled with culture, history, entertainment, as well as being very safe. Living in the capital of Spain obviously has a global significance. In Madrid you can really appreciate art, the gastronomy and theatre. You will easily find university students who are really enjoying themselves, the nightclubs are great fun, and they generally provide a good environment. Madrid is one of the safest cities in Europe. There are a lot of police officers monitoring the streets ensuring the safety of the people. They are constantly at everyone’s disposal. A mobile app also exists, where it is possible to discretely contact them at any time.   

Architecture student from Venezuela

Leslie Rios

My entire experience at CEU has been made so easy thanks to the great personalized attention I have received.

Every single one of the professors at CEU shows that teaching is their calling. In every lesson this is clearly reflected in the efforts they put in and the quality we as students receive. And if we add the academic excellence to this attitude, then we honour the reputation of our university. Although I have been at CEU only a short time, I feel deep respect and admiration for my professors.
A university that is as demanding as CEU cannot allow itself to offer a service to its students training that do not generate a good level of education and development. This is why its facilities are the most complete and advanced ones; each of them are adequate for its function and allow us to realize our activities comfortably and correctly.
Why Madrid? Because it is a wonderful city that has all services, good means of transport, a lot of entertainment, great commerce, and most of all, it is a highly cultural city.
My entire process at CEU has been eased greatly thanks to the personalized attention I have received. It is nice to feel that they care for you and that you will always get help when needed.
I have grown up in a catholic frame and my studies took place in a catholic college from preschool. At home, the principles and values of being humane predominated and these were reinforced in high school. I was able to identify with CEU as the university preaches what I have aspired to my whole life.

Dentistry Student from Taiwan

Wilson Wu

I’m grateful to have such an opportunity to study Dentistry in Spain. It’s not just a period of studying abroad, but a chance to broaden my worldview.

Out of all the classes I have taken at CEU University, I appreciated the professor of the Biology course the most. She is not only focused on teaching the students, but she also has a chat with the international students during the break. She tries to understand our academic difficulties or problems with adapting to their new environment in Madrid.
The facilities at the dental practical clinic are fully equipped and highly qualified; all the students can acquire the treatment skills without concern.
Studying abroad is a very special experience for me, I can make friends who lived in foreign countries and I find people in Madrid friendly. For instance, locals are willing to lead the way if tourists are not familiar with the tourist spots.
I’m grateful to have such an opportunity to study Dentistry in Spain. It’s not just a period of studying abroad, but a chance to broaden my worldview, adapt to international conventions and becoming a real international competitive expert.




Humanities and Communication Sciences School Paseo de Juan XXIII, 6, 8 y 10. 28040 Madrid
Law School c/ Avenida del Valle, 21. 28003 Madrid
Economics and Business School c/ Julián Romea, 23. 28003 Madrid

Description of the neighbourhood and its facilities

The Moncloa Campus of the CEU San Pablo University is located in the Moncloa-Aravaca district, in the Northwest of the city. The Moncloa district contains a lot of green areas, Casa de Campo for instance, a park which is considered as the most important green lung of the city. The district gathers three neighborhoods in the central zone: Argüelles, Valdezarza and Ciudad Universitaria.
Besides being surrounded by students in Ciudad Universitaria, you will be able to benefit from the numerous cafes and restaurants that are located in the Moncloa district, including Calle Princesa, one of the principal shopping streets of Madrid.

How to get there (metrolines, buses)


Moncloa (line 3 + 6), Guzmán el Bueno (line 6 + 7), Islas Filipinas (line 7), Metropolitano metro (line 6)


Isaac Peral - Julián Romea (C1), General Ampudia (2), San Fco. de Sales - Andres Mellado (44)

Where to live if you study at the Moncloa Campus

Residencies and student halls

In Madrid you will find any kind of residencies: mixed, female, male, more economic, more expensive, with less or more facilities, with less or more rules… In the following link you will find a list of residencies. We recommend you to take a look at every residency’s websites and evaluate aspects such as the price, if they offer full-board or half board, the daily “in” and “out” times, the cleaning services, the distance from the campus etc. In google maps, you will clearly see the distance from your accommodation to the Schools.

Renting a flat through an agency

Real estate agencies can help you find an individual apartment; in general they do not offer shared flats. The University does not take responsibility in case you would have any problems with the agency, we can only provide you with information about the agencies you can find in the area.
Agencies usually charge one or two months’ rent for their services.

+34 918003584

+34914450390 / +34 649579446


Furthermore, some offices help students find an apartment or a room in a shared flat. These agencies act as an intermediary between landlords and the tenants. You sign a contract with the agency and pay the rent directly to them.
Normally, you will share a flat with other students, in other words, there is a shared kitchen, bathroom and living room but you will have a private room. Agencies usually charge one month’s rent for their services.

Uniplaces is the global brand for student accommodation. Use the promo code USPCEU to get 25% off of the service fee.

+34 91 837 10 68

Moncloa Office: +34 91 543 20 31


Also, you can look for an individual or a shared flat on the EL IDEALISTA website. It is an excellent way to find accommodation by area or price and by looking at pictures…


Urbanización Montepríncipe – 28925 Alcorcón


School of Medicine

School of Pharmacy

University Polytechnic School

Description of the neighbourhood and its facilities

The Montepríncipe Campus is situated 35 minutes from the city centre of Madrid. Montepríncipe is a residential zone with housing estates and is situated close to the mountain range.

How to get there (metrolines, buses, CEU transport)

Public transport

You will find the Montepríncipe station on line ML 3 of Metro Ligero Oeste which you can take from Colonia Jardín (line 10). The fee corresponds to the B1 Zone. You can also take the buses 571, 573 and 574.

University transport

Students enrolled at the University can take a free university bus which departs from Plaza de Castilla (on the corner of Avenida de Asturias) at 7:45 and 13:35 or from Moncloa (Moncloa bus station and Plaza Marqués de Comillas) at the same time. The bus leaves from Montepríncipe at 14:30 and 20:30 in the direction of Plaza Castilla and at 14:30, 18:30 and 20:30 in the direction of Moncloa.

Where to live if you study at the Montepríncipe Campus

There are no ideal residencies for students in Montepríncipe and usually students decide to live in the center of Madrid.
However, if you prefer to live close to the Montepríncipe campus, you can take a look at the options in the following link:

University life


Alongside teaching CEU San Pablo offers to its students the possibility of participating in a range of different activity programmes related to the world of culture: theatre, music, cinema, an introduction to the Opera, debate forums, personal creativity contests and many more. Our offers will enrich your life at university as well as complement to your academic life, while you have fun and make your time at the University unforgettable.
On our website you will find a wide range of classes and workshops available to our students. These workshops are held throughout the year (October till May). However Cultural Activity Services also organise a large number of conferences, seminars, film screenings etc. which are announced in the “Agenda” section (on the homepage of the University) and in the “Destacadas” section on the Cultural Activities webpage.
Watch the video on the university’s cultural activities.

To contact the Cultural activities Service:

Campus Moncloa

Carmen Cabrera

Campus Montepríncipe

Mª Paz Lorenzo

Sports Activities

With the Sports Services we try our best to promote the practice of multiple activities amongst our students. We offer the chance to those who already practice a sport to continue their passion here. We organise in-club competitions as well as participate in Madrid’s inter-university and national competitions, - which is a great success as 1 of 3 students at our University plays a sport.

  • Internal Leagues: Chess, basketball, indoor women’s football and men’s football, golf, paddle tennis, tennis and table tennis.
  • Sports schools. If you are not fond of competing, you have the chance to practice a sport with the simple motive of having fun: paddle tennis, tennis, aerobics, Pilates, LBT, fitness, personal training or join the running club.

If you love to train and compete with the elite of national university sports, if you want to feel the colours of your university, and you want to represent it in national events, you will also be given that opportunity! Become part of the university’s basketball, indoor football, football, women’s 7 football, golf, rugby, volleyball and beach volleyball teams.

Additionally the University also offers nature excursions, offering you the possibility to enjoy something different. The activities we organise are weekend adventure trips, ski trips, trips to the woods, canoeing, rafting, hydro speeding and canyoning.

To contact the Sport Service

Campus Moncloa

Campus Montepríncipe

Volunteering – Development Cooperation

During your time at University, we at CEU San Pablo invite you to help groups of those who are less fortunate through our Volunteering and International Cooperation Service.

During this course you will be able to participate in activities helping children at risk of social exclusion, elderly people who are lonely or sick, sick or handicapped people, the homeless and immigrants.

In the summer we invite you to join us at our camps for children with Down’s Syndrome or people with a mental or physical disability.

You will also be able to participate in international volunteering activities in Peru, Benin, Angola and Sierra Leone. Furthermore, the Volunteering Service organises campaigns for blood donation with the Red Cross, collecting school supplies, clothes, mobile phones, computers, food etc. They also organise solidarity markets at Christmas to collect gifts for those who are most in need.

To contact the Volunteering and International Cooperation Service

Campus Moncloa

Campus Montepríncipe

Pastoral Activities

Our Pastoral Service organises activities in our campuses in Moncloa and Montepríncipe, such as daily Masses, Eucharistic adoration, the Sacrament of Confession and morning prayers. If you are interested you can also take part in the dialogue and communication group for young people. They meet every Tuesday at our campus church, or you can join the Newman Group.

The Pastoral Service also invites you to participate in other activities that they organise: pilgrimages, experiencing God workshops and spiritual exercises (in Advent,Lent..) We also organise talks, debates and conferences to motivate Faith-Culture dialogue.

To contact the Pastoral Service


Isaac Peral, 58/ 28040 Madrid

Tel: 91 453 95 67 (Ext.:5818), fax: 91 535 19 98

Psychological Centre

Our Psychological Centre is a service that offers help and guidance free of charge to the students of CEU San Pablo.

You can visit it when you are experiencing situations you feel are difficult to cope with on your own.

  • When you are going through a situation that is causing you problems or discomfort in your daily life.
  • When you are feeling bad and you cannot find the source of your discomfort or suffering.
  • When you are facing problems that are not being resolved with the passing of time.
  • When something goes wrong with your studies, and you do not know what it is or how to deal with it.

You are welcome to talk to us about personal issues (anxiety, fears, difficulties adapting, etc.), relationship issues (family, friends, colleagues, partners, etc.) academic issues (concentration, exam anxiety, habits and techniques, etc.), course issues (dissatisfaction with your degree choice, etc.) or any other issue you may want to talk about.

We will, through confidential conversations, help you understand what is happening to you and how you will overcome it.

To Contact the Psychological Center

Campus Moncloa y Argüelles

Julián Romea, 20 – planta baja.
Tl.91 5140437 – 91 5140400 ext.5615
Wednesday 9:30- 14:00 h. and 15:00 - 17:30h. Friday 9:30- 13:30 h.
In charge of the Service: Maite Gutiérrez Duque 


Campus Montepríncipe

Edificio de la Escuela Politécnica Superior - Despacho 211.
Teléf.: 91 372 40 31 Ext. 4976
Monday 9:15- 14:30 h. and 15:00 - 17:30h.
In charge of the service: Maite Gutiérrez Duque

Health Centre

We have a Health Centre at each of our campuses. Whenever you feel unwell or you have hurt yourself, you can visit the Health Centre. Additionally your enrollment at our University provides you with student insurance, which covers accidents that you may have within the University and on your daily journey to and from the University.

Contacto Gabinete Medico

To contact the Health Center

C/Julián Romea, 18
28003 Madrid
Tel.: 91-514 04 00
Dña María Jesús Navas Batisse

Campus Montepríncipe

Urbanización Montepríncipe
28925 Alcorcón Madrid
Tel.: 91-715 15 69
Fax: 91-351 04 75
Dña. Mª Luisa Barber Baldó


Our cafeterias on each campus have very affordable menu prices. The cafeterias also function as student meeting points. There you can have coffee, soft drinks, sandwiches and snacks. The lunch menu consists of a starter, a main course, a drink and a dessert or coffee. And it is well within a student’s budget.


The libraries integrated in CEUNET, the network of libraries belonging to the CEU San Pablo University Foundation are committed to serving the University Community.

Its aim is to offer its users the material and human resources which support access to information and the development of critical thinking. In support of this they provide you with: study spaces, collections and services ranging from interlibrary loans to research rooms, from basic subject bibliography to highly specialised collections, such as the Beethoven collection, from historical archives to a modern media library.

Additionally the library runs two reading clubs that are very popular amongst students; The Crime Fiction Book Club and the Poetry Reading Club.

Language Center


Spanish Course

Collaborations with cultural institutes

Official Examinations