Incoming Students

Erasmus and other mobility programs

Welcome to the Computer Science Factulty of Universidad Complutense de Madrid!

Please note that in case you are interested in coming to our school as an Exchange Student, you need to be officially nominated by your Home University, so please contact your local coordinators first for more detailed information on the process.

UCM has established a single e-nomination procedure for all incoming exchange students, via moveonnet. Coordinators must nominate their students using the following link: More information about this process at

Contact Information

In the Faculty of Computer Science, procedures related to mobility (Erasmus or other programs)  are carried out at the Mobility Office:

  • Room 206 A (2nd floor. Administration Area)
  • Business Hours: 10am  to 13pm on weekdays from Monday - Friday. 
  • Phone: +34 91 394 7580
  • E-Mail:

Undergraduate studies

International students may choose course from any of our bachelor progams in Computer Science.  All the information about specific courses, groups and schedules are available in our website.  Here we point you to some useful links:

Master studies

We offer three master's programs:

Language of instruction and requirements

Most of our studies are taught in Spanish, and a valid Spanish language certificate is required to enroll any of those courses (at least B1 CEFR level).

As stated above, one of our 4-Year Bachelor programs in Computer Science Engineering has a specific group where courses are instructed in English. Incoming Master students may also take those courses (special from the final year) upon approval from both the sending institution and the UCM. Additionally, one of our Master programs is entirely taught in English. A valid English language certificate is required (B1 for undergradute, B2 for Master's courses).

Spanish language courses

Each semester, the UCM offers  a free course of the Spanish Language for incoming Erasmus students. More information about these courses can be found in the Centro complutense para la enseñanza del Español website:

You can find a useful list of spanish academic vocabulay in the following website: Academic Spanish Vocabulary.

General Information about Madrid and the UCM