¿Te encanta ir al gimnasio y mantenerte en forma? No hay problema! La Universidad de Alcalá de Henares tiene un CIUDAD DEPORTIVA! yes! Ciudad! no solo un gimnasio, sino que también tiene: Pabellón “Rector Gala”, con 5 salas multifuncionales Campo de Voley/Futbol/Balonmano Playa Aula Hípica 14 Pistas de Padel de hierba artificial Pista de atletismo Rocódromo 2 Pistas Polideportivas Exteriores 5 Pistas de Tenis (3 de hierba artificial) Campos de Fútbol 7 y Fútbol 11 de hierba artificial Gabinete de Fisioterapia Sauna Pabellón Polideportivo Tenis de Mesa Fútbol Sala Baloncesto Badminton Voley Sala Multiusos http://www1.uah.es/deportes/instalaciones/hora_tarifa.shtm Si aun no estás convencida … Continue reading Preparadas, listas, ya!!!! Deporte en Alcalá! Claro que si!
A few things to consider: Unlocking American Cell Phones If you really like your American cell phone (just the phone itself), you can get it unlocked before coming here (usually by calling your cell phone service provider and having them give you an unlock code) and just buy a Spanish SIM card. They go for about 9 euros. It’ll work just the same as a pay-as-you-go phone. Pay-as-you-go cell phone Our students have found that the cheapest and most effective way to keep in touch is to buy a pay-as-you-go cell phone in Spain. Please note that most past students … Continue reading ¿Telefono movil? Spain y WhatsApp!
The experience can be the highlight of a college career, but minor financial details can cause major headaches while you’re abroad. 1. Understand the fees. Watch out for these two kinds of fees when you use a debit card in a foreign country: Foreign transaction fee A percentage of the total transaction amount for purchases or withdrawals Typically 1% to 3% International ATM fee A flat fee charged by your bank for each third-party ATM transaction Typically $2 to $5 — in addition to any third-party fees Note that you can find some credit cards with no foreign transaction fees … Continue reading Dinero, dinero, dinero
The following page has all the information you need regarding how/when and where to apply for a U.S. passport. https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports.html It takes between 6 to 8 weeks to get your passport. Plan ahead! and the fees are $150 (normal), $250 (expedited) You will need a birth certificate to apply for your passport. In case you want to practice your Spanish while at it… https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/spanish.html If you are traveling to Spain for less than three months there is no need for a visa. If you are going to be in Spain for an entire semester you will need a student … Continue reading Passport application process
Print and complete the following application package. https://www.dropbox.com/s/rmbphuwbfu4r7f6/Application%20Form%20Summer%2017%20-%20Alcala.docx?dl=0 Once completed, bring it to my office in the lower level of Edens Library. Continue reading CC Solicitud/Application
Last Friday we visited Burgos, a beautiful city, in the North of Castilla Leon. We learnt a lot about history, art and architecture. We definitively spent a lot of time looking at the astonishing domes. Here you have a brief … Continue reading Visita a Burgos: Architectural treasures
The Chocolate Moose has really good ice cream. So good that we waited that line (50 min) to get some. Totally worth it!! Continue reading Al rico, rico helado