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700
Students enrolled in this school.
15
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

SLU's Madrid Campus dates from a modest study abroad program launched by Raymond L. Sullivant, S.J. in the 1960s. Its success led Father Sullivant to offer classes in conjunction with the University of Comillas and then to establish an independent, permanent program, with its administrative offices and classrooms located between Madrid's Complutense University and the city center, in 1967.

What are the admissions criteria?

Applicants can submit either SAT or ACT scores or an IB. Transcripts are also required, as is a passport copy.  Applicants from non-anglophone countries or high schools must show proof of English proficiency. The deadline for admission is May 31st.

What is student life like?

Madrid, located at the very heart of the Iberian Peninsula, has been the capital of Spain since 1562. It's the third largest city in the European Union, with a population of 3.2 million in the city and 6.4 million in the metropolitan area. SLU-Madrid is located amidst other universities, private homes, and religious houses in Madrid's Chamberí District .Saint Louis University — Madrid's Department of Athletics promotes physical activity and sports in support of the mental, social and physical well-being of the community, as well as values such as teamwork, hard wor,k and commitment .American Footbal, lBaseball/Softbal, lBasketbal, lGol fGym Membershi, pHorseback Ridin, gField Hocke, yLacross, ePaddl, ePicklebal, lPilate, sRugb, yRunning Clu, bScub,  Divin, gSk,i Clu, bSocce, rSquas, hSwimmin, gTenn. sUltimate Frisbe eVolleybal llSLU-Madrid is home to an abundance of clubs and organizations that cater to a wide variety of interests..  Whether sampling delicacies with the gourmet club, distributing meals to people who live on the street,s or exploring your spirituality at an interfaith roundtable, there’s bound to be something for you.

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Housing options.

SLU-Madrid has partnered with Nexo Residencias to provide an extraordinary residential experience for its first-year students. Amenities include bed linen/towel service, internet, and all utilities. Well-furnished double rooms, with ample storage, individual kitchenettes, and bathrooms. The meal plan includes in-house dining as well as lunches served on campus at the Unity (by Sodexo), seven days a week (except for Christmas and Easter Week). Both residences have study rooms, games rooms, gyms, dining rooms (with outdoor terraces), vending areas, laundry service, and parking. The residence halls offer social activities, cultural events, and sports.

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