Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)
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|Student population||Medium (1,001 to 10,000)|
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Valencia Campus has more extension and offers more services. Are attended almost all grades offered by the university and includes almost all pupils. Castellón campus and Elche campus are two locations to help the educational task although they hardly offer educational services. For example, dentistry students are based in the Moncada campus, while medical students will be studying in Castellon de la Plana.
All the main facilities, such as the Central library and International Office, are located nearby. The campus is very well connected to Valencia city centre. It is also close to some of the privately run student accommodation residences. The University's brand new Central Library is a 5, 000 square meter building with a capacity for up to 700 students. Its learning facilities include several computer laboratories, 12 group study rooms and 7 research rooms. Audiovisual and Internet reference points are available in the Periodical and Media Libraries.
Manises Airport is located just 8 km outside the city centre and can be reached by a direct metro link. The city is connected to 19 other Spanish cities, and up to 34 European and 2 intercontinental, Istanbul and Moscow, cities. Within the city, Metro Valencia runs fairly regular services with trains approximately every 15 minutes and every 10 minutes at peak times. To get to the University take line 1 (the yellow line) in the direction of Seminari-CEU or Bétera. For the Faculty of Social, Legal and Communication Sciences (Alfara II) and the Technical School (Alfara I) disembark at the metro stops Moncada-Alfara or Seminari-CEU.
UCH-CEU assists international students to find the best option for accommodation. The University itself does not have University residences but it has agreements with residences in order to offer international students the best prices. If students are going to study an international degree, they can purchase the hospitality package, which includes accommodation services such as the first night of your arrival in a hotel) and assistance to find accommodation. The cost of living for students in Valencia is approximately €600 per month. Here is a rough overview of costs: