Information of the institution

Offer of flats and rooms for rent

The offers of flats are available weekly. They include specifications on rooms, price, location within the city, extras and the person to contact. A list of Rooms for Rent is available and is updated every Thursday or Friday. It includes specifications on the characteristics of the flat, heating, sharing, required sex, etc...

Schedule: from 12:00-2:00 pm


THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY functions as a support unit for teaching and research. It comprises all of the bibliographic, documentary and audiovisual collections acquired by the University’s institutes and services, those acquired as bequests, donations and exchanges, and those purchased for the University by other entities.

Useful Information for Foreign Students and Visiting Lecturers

University Information Centre is located at:

Information and Services Building

c/ Pedro Cerbuna, 12
50009 Zaragoza

(34) 976761001 - 976761002

Fax.: (34) 976761003

The Community of Aragon is one of the seventeen autonomous communities comprising the Spanish state, and includes the provinces of Huesca, Teruel and Zaragoza, with a total of 739 municipalities (202 in Huesca, 236 in Teruel, and 291 in Zaragoza).

This former upper-level school existing in Zaragoza since the 12th century, created and financed by the local church, a modest study of arts which taught grammar and philosophy and granted the diploma of “bachiller” was raised to the category of "universitas magistrorum", in the style of the University of Paris, at the request of the Prince Fernando el Catolico, at that time King of Sicily, by the authority of Pope Sixtus IV on December 13th 1474, being ratified by the same Pope on December 1s

Like other institutions of the past and of other nations, the University of Zaragoza did not suddenly arise, but rather had its beginnings in what were known as the Ecclesiastical Schools. In the city these were later known as the School of Zaragoza, whose guiding spirit in the 7th century was the Bishop Braulio (which is the reason why in modern times he was made the patron saint of our University). Later, references from 1335 indicate there was a School of Arts (known as liberal arts, since the classics included in the "trivium and "quadrivium" were taught there.

The University of Zaragoza is the main centre of technological innovation in the Ebro Valley and has great prestige among the group of both Spanish and European universities it has relations with.

Through the Vice-Rectorship for International Relations, the University of Zaragoza participates in various exchange programmes, collaborating with universities and research centres from Europe, Latin America and the USA, thereby strengthening its international standing.


How to enrol

You can enrol at the university institution where you will be studying or from home, in both cases using the self-enrolment system by internet.

You can obtain the following documents from the Reception Booth at your institution: class schedule and examination dates.

Read the information posters at the institution or get additional information from the institution’s Reception Booth.

University Entrance Exams for Enrolment 2013/14 Academic year

Student from High School Degree, European Union Systems, etc. Students that gain access due to being over 25 or 45
June exam period 11th to 13th June 2013

Over 25

8th-9th March 2013

Royal Decree 309/2005, of 18 March, which modifies Royal Decree 285/2004, of 20 February, which regulates the conditions of recognising and validating foreign higher education degrees and studies (BOE, of 19 March).



I. Recognition of Foreign Higher Education Degrees as equivalent to Spanish Degrees and Courses: