University of Navarra
|Living cost||USD 1,121 per month|
|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
The EU Barcelona campus is easily accessible, with state of the art facilities and avant-garde buildings. Classroom facilities are equipped with the latest technology to support the learning process and encourage a high level of computer literacy. These include:
With access to the online libraries Proquest and myilibrary.com, all students can benefit from a vast amount of e-resources in addition to the comprehensive collection of books available books at the campus library. The Student Board also organizes a plethora of social, sporting, charity and cultural events, providing an enriching campus experience for EU Barcelona students.
Transport system in Barcelona is efficient and well-connected. Underground trains, buses, trams and suburban trains can all be accessed with the same ticket and is well-integrated to help you move around most places in the city in about 25 minutes. Barcelona also has a dedicated bike lane network spanning 200km and is Europe's top hub for low-cost flights, providing a wide range of transport options for various purposes.
EU Barcelona has partnerships with student residences in various parts of the city, ranging from a five-minute walk to campus to a 30-minute travelling distance to campus via public transport. Depending on the room type, rental rate may range from €650 to €1,500.
Another option for student accommodation is to rent a private apartment. The minimum rental period is usually one year, although some agencies will accept short-term rentals. Students are typically required to pay a deposit of two months, which will be returned to them at the end of the rental period if the place is kept in good condition. Studios/flats start from €650 and bills are generally not included.
Sharing an apartment is a popular choice in Spain. It is a much cheaper option compared to private rentals, usually costing €300-€500 per month.