RE Grid Integration, Univ. of Zaragoza

The University of Zaragoza has been a member of EUREC since 2002 and has extensive experience in teaching and researching renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability, thanks to the participation in different research institutes for bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

EMRE is taught at The School of Engineering, and Architecture enjoys high prestige for its training of engineering professionals. Their degrees are widely recognised and highly valued in the national and international labour market. The level of graduate employment is impressive.

About 6,000 students are currently studying in the School of Engineering and Architecture for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, and there are about 300 postgraduate and doctoral students.

The surrounding Campus has various research institutes, technology centres and business incubation centres. These provide an attractive focal point for development and training, an excellent study environment, excellent relationships with colleagues and contact with the worlds of business and research.

Information for International Students (University of Zaragoza)

Get to know us (University of Zaragoza. Aragon. Spain)

Practical Information


The city of Zaragoza is the capital of Aragon and an important communications hub with around 698,000 inhabitants.

It is linked to Madrid (306 km) and Barcelona (312 km) by high-speed train. At the same distance are Valencia (309 km), Bilbao (303 km) and somewhat further away Toulouse, in France (425 km).

More information about the city:

Teaching methods

Teaching will be based on lectures, laboratories, conferences, tutorials and visits given through all the subjects.

Sessions will be scheduled from Monday to Friday.

Students must select between the following subjects to complete the 30 ECTS of the specialisation programme:

Information about objectives, contents and evaluation activities can be obtained by clicking the links above. It is highly recommended to send a proposal with the selected subjects to


The University of Zaragoza provides help in finding students’ accommodation through links on their website:

The city council’s youth services website has a good classified ads section to look for a room in a shared apartment. Choose the category “Buscar Alojamientos”.-

It is advisable to look for accommodation near the tram line since it communicates directly with the Campus where the classes are taught.

International students

International students can visit the online guide for international students on

Spanish courses

The University of Zaragoza organises Spanish as a foreign language courses throughout the year.

Further information can be found at: 

Health insurance
Students from the European Union must ask for the E-128 form that gives them access to medical help and social security.
Students from countries outside the European Union or from those that do not have agreements with Spain must have private insurance, as well as those not covered by Social Security in their country.
Contact details

For academic information: María Paz Comech,

For mobility issues: International office,