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Lodging & Costs

Comfortable dormitory-style accommodations are available within walking distance of the university at excellent prices, at nebrija.com/residencias. Telephone and free internet service are included.
  • Individual room (with breakfast)
    • 34 Euros (daily)
    • 221 Euros (weekly)

To reserve your dorm room, please contact: residencias@nebrija.es

Every year many students also enjoy the experience of renting an apartment, either individually or in small groups. Numerous furnished rental apartments of different sizes and price levels are available through various agencies, including:

Students are expected to exercise due diligence in their search for apartments. Through the use of mapquest.com students also should make sure they understand the apartment's location in relation to our host university, to insure that the apartment under consideration is within walking distance or an easy subway ride. Some of the more popular neighborhoods include Chamberi, Malasana, Chueca, La Latina, Palacio Real, Plaza de Espana. Our university, where most classes will be held, is Universidad Pontificia Comillas, located at Alberto Aguilera 23, in the Arguelles district of Madrid. Nearby subway stops include Arguelles, Moncloa, San Bernardo, and Ventura Rodriguez.

For general housing questions, please feel free to contact the Program Director, Prof. Alberto R. Coll, at 312-362-5663 or acoll@depaul.edu

Program Costs

Enrolled students should expect to spend approximately the following for the program:

Tuition (5 credit hours) ...................... $4,900
Health Insurance fee ...................... $50
Lodging and meals (approx.) ...................... $2,200 - $2,400
Airfare (approx.) ...................... $1,300 - $1,500​​
Books ...................... $300
Program fee ...................... TBD
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Total Cost ...................... $9,050 - $9,450

Students are responsible for purchasing their own books. The above costs do not include the cost of additional excursions students may wish to take.

Travel to Madrid

Airfare: Students must arrange and purchase air transportation between the U.S. and Madrid. DePaul staff will forward information about agencies that specialize in student travel to interested participants.

Passports: Every participant must have a valid passport. U.S. citizens with valid passports do not need visas to enter any member state of the European Union.

Insurance and Liability: DePaul University is not responsible for personal injury or illness or for the loss or damage of property that may occur during the program. Program participants should visit their physician before departure to ensure appropriate immunizations.

Persons With Disabilities: Disabled persons should contact the program director to discuss any special needs.

Travel Advisories: Applicants will be notified of any relevant U.S. State Department travel advisories.