Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

 Overview

UNIVERSIDAD REY JUAN CARLOS

   Madrid, Spain

Rey Juan Carlos University is the youngest and most modern of all public universities in Madrid. Since its foundation in 1996, the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos has stood out among Madrid’s public universities for its dynamic and vigorous character. URJC’s main objective is to offer an all-round preparation for its students by combining theoretical teaching with training in laboratories and companies. The university has enrolled more than 40,000 students, including 4,212 international students (11%) from over a hundred countries all over the world.

 Semester Schedule 

Fall Semester:  September-December or January
Spring Semester:  January to May

Course Offerings

Typically students take the equivalent of 12 to 15 credit hours abroad. Check with our office for more information about your specific options.

Students studying Spanish may take courses taught in Spanish along with native speakers. Coursework is limited to one campus only as URJC is composed of five separate campus locations.

A limited variety of coursework taught in English may be available in the following fields below. A working knowledge of the Spanish language is highly suggested in order to study abroad in Spain for a semester. An intensive Spanish language class is offered two weeks prior to the start of each semester.

Check the partner school’s website for additional offerings

 Assisting UCA Professor

Contact this professor for more information on courses and credits.

Dr. Jennifer Parrack, Spanish Assistant Professor

Dr. Jennifer Parrack

Irby 409 • Department of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures, & Cultures

jparrack@uca.edu • (501) 450-5697

Budget

Students should check with Financial Aid Office and the Study Abroad Office for more information regarding the budget.

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