UEMC CampusThe UEMC is based in Valladolid on a single campus that spreads over 41,000 square meters, with infrastructure that occupies around 15,000 square meters. The campus also offers a large parking area, multi-sports courts and green spaces. It is located in a quiet, recently developed area to the southeast of the city centre, very close to the new hospital, Río Hortega and is well served by public transport links. The UEMC Campus is located on 2 Calle del Padre Julio Chevalier, Valladolid, adjacent to the Carretera de Segovia.
How to get hereThere are several options for getting to The Miguel de Cervantes European University.
SLocation and access
- 41º 37' 35'' N 4º 42' 59'' O
Local bus to uemc
- Línea 4: Duque de la Victoria – Pinar de Jalón
- Línea 14: Pza. de España - Polígono S. Cristóbal
- Línea 6: Delicias – La Victoria
- Línea 9: Parquesol – Estaciones – Delicias – Pol. S. Cristóbal
- Línea 17: Rondilla – Pol. S. Cristóbal
- Línea 19: Pza. de España – La Cistérniga
- Línea H: Pº de Zorrilla 71 – Hosp. Río Hortega
ADOLFO SUAREZ MADRID-BARAJAS AIRPORTThe Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport with four terminals is one of the most important gateways to Spain. In 2014, more than 40 million passengers passed through the airport. For more information about this and other airports in Spain: www.aena.es
There are short distance trains that run on a regular basis from Terminal 4 of the Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport to the RENFE Station in Madrid-Chamartín. It is the most economical and quickest way to get to the station.
At the Chamartín Station, there are high-speed trains (AVANT, ALVIA AND AVE) with a regular service to Valladolid. The timetables and prices can be consulted at: www.renfe.es
The journey Madrid-Valladolid by train takes around 55 minutes.