Welcome to Erasmo Residence Hall
Studying in Madrid will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience. The Erasmo Residence Hall is the perfect option if you are looking for accommodation close to your university, with the best atmosphere for studying and making new friends.
It is located on the Cantoblanco campus of the UAM a few meters from the faculties and very well connected with the city centre and other universities by commuter train and bus.
Erasmo Residence Hall is unique due to its strategic location and the options it provides. Two large buildings with over 700 places, providing you with the opportunity to get to know students from Spain and other countries. Without doubt the best way to share experiences and enrich your personal development.
The single and double studios are comfortable functional, fully furnished and equipped with kitchen and bathroom, WiFi etc.
A space for living and studying at your own pace. Enjoy the freedom of a residence hall, open 24 hours a day, all year round.
Erasmo Residence Hall is attached to the following universities and its doors are open to the entire university community.
Welcome to Madrid
Madrid offers a wide variety of cultural, gastronomical and leisure activities which any other city would find hard to beat. If you study in Madrid you must visit the Prado Museum, have tapas in the Latina area on Sundays, enjoy the sunset from the Debod temple and why not enjoy the Madrid night life, including student Thursdays.
Furthermore, if Madrid stands out in any way, it's for its wide range of university studies.
The city's world-class universities attract students from across the globe to carry out their degrees and spend the most unforgettable years of their lives here.
Right in the university environment
The location of the Erasmo Residence Hall is perfect for getting the most out of life while living on one of the largest university campuses in Madrid. Cantoblanco has numerous cultural activities, sports facilities, etc. and wide range of degrees placing the Autonomous University on the world’s top 200 list.
It is found just 15 kilometres north of the city centre and is perfectly connected by train (C-4 line to Puerta del Sol, with a frequency of 5 minutes) and bus: 714 ( Plaza de Castilla-Cantoblanco), 827 (Canillejas-Alcobendas-Cantoblanco-Tres Cantos), 827A (San Sebastián de los Reyes-Alcobendas-Cantoblanco) and 828 ( Campo de las Naciones-Alcobendas-Cantoblanco).
Choose the most comfortable way for you to get around. For further information on timetables, routes, prices, etc. please visit:
Metro de Madrid: www.metromadrid.es
Autobús EMT: www.emtmadrid.es