About Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
We are proud to have a university community which consists of more than 29,000 students, 2,200 professors and 1,150 people dedicated to administration and services. We are even prouder of our extraordinary internationalisation effort which we have carried out over the last few years, currently exceeding more than the 1,100 students which are sent or arrive at the UCLM, with the renewed hope of improving their academic education.
Courses and areas of study
The courses offered are mostly in Spanish. Students will need the equivalent of C1 proficiency to undertake exchange with this partner.
UCLM offers courses from a wide range of schools and faculties. The broad academic discipline categories include:
- Arts and Humanities
- Health Sciences
- Social and Juridical Sciences
- Engineering and Architecture
Information about courses at UCLM can be found in the link above.
UCLM advises English Friendly subjects are subjects taught in Spanish (not in English) but with the assistance of the teacher in English wtih some materials in English and maybe the possibility of taking exams in English. So an exchagne to UCLM is only realistic if you are proficient in Spanish and have a Language Approval Form for Spanish approved by an ANU Spanish Language convenor.
30 ECTS = 24 ANU units
University residence halls. The University of Castilla-La Mancha reserves a limited number of rooms in university residence halls run by the Government of the community of Castilla-La Mancha (JCCM) for students participating in exchange programmes with UCLM. To solicit a spot in one of these residence halls you should contact the UCLM service of International Relations. Be aware that these university residence halls have rules and regulations for peaceful coexistence and for the proper use and respect for the installations. Please refer to "other information" tab for links to their pages.
The costs of studying overseas vary greatly depending on your lifestyle and where you go. Major costs are your return airfare, accommodation and living expenses, which vary from country to country. Living and travel costs range from as little as $2000 in total for short-term international study programs, up to $2000 per month (more in some high-cost countries) for full semester or year programs. Some partner universities also require you to pay for health insurance, orientation or extra-curricular activities, so be aware that extra costs like these might pop up.
For all ANU endorsed programs you continue to pay your fees to ANU, but you are exempt from paying tuition fees to the institution overseas. Often long-term overseas study will not cost much more than studying in Australia and it will give you an experience of a lifetime.
It’s possible to hold more than one scholarship, bursary or grant at a time, so checking out all of the funding opportunities available to you is a good idea.
You may also be able to source some funding through our partner universities – they provide scholarships and grants to encourage you to choose them as your destination.
OS-HELP is a Government loan scheme to assist eligible Australian students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place, who wish to undertake an overseas experience as part of their degree.
Language of instruction
English and Spanish
Restrictions and considerations
Appropriate level of Spanish language ability is required.
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