Saint Louis University-Madrid (University of St. Louis, Madrid) is a European branch of the famous and prestigious University of St. Louis (USA), founded in 1818 and over the centuries of its work the glory of an educational institution providing exceptional education. The university regularly ranks high in the ratings of the best research and academic institutions of the country and the world.
Initially, the Madrid campus conducted special training programs for students from St. Louis: their popularity was so high that in 1967 a permanent office was opened. Soon after this, Spanish entrants began to enter, the list of available courses was expanded, and a library was opened. In 1990, the first campus was completed and opened, which then expanded, and in 2017 the university solemnly celebrated its 50th anniversary. Today, around 600 students from more than 65 countries study here. The university offers several types of training:
Students can either complete their studies in Madrid (16 specialties), or after 1-2-3-4 courses, transfer to the main office and get a diploma in the USA (more than 80 specialties!). The great advantage is that the transition process is carried out without loss of time and credit units.