Information for Incoming Students

Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso

Academic Year 2022-2023

Basic information

  • Official Name:  Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso
  • Erasmus Code: E MADRID188
  • Address:  C/Jerte, 10 – 28005 Madrid
  • Phone Number: +34 91 364 40 10
  • Website: www.sandamaso.es

Academic Calendar

  • Fall Semester: October – February
  • Spring Semester: February – June

Grading System 

In Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso students are assessed either by written or oral exams or by papers.  The credit system is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) in which one ECTS equals a workload of 25 hours.

UESD Grading System


9 – 10

7 – 8.9

5 – 6.9

0 – 4.9

UESD Literature

Matrícula de Honor (Honors)

Sobresaliente (Excellent)

Notable (Very good)

Aprobado (Good)

Suspenso (Fail)

Our University

Classic Languages

Language Requirements

    • Teaching Language: Spanish
    • Language Requirements: The minimum expected level required to attend classes is a B2
    • Intensive Spanish Courses: September

    Click to get a description of each level.


    Contact internacional.oiri@sandamaso.es in the first instance to express your wish to be admitted as an Erasmus+ student

    Applications from incoming students must reach our institution by:

    • Fall Semester: 15th June
    • Spring Semester: 31st October

    Incoming Students Application Form

    Download our application form and send it to internacional.oiri@sandamaso.es.


    Please note that the deadline for incoming students for the Fall semester or the whole academic year is June 15th, 2022. 

    For those students coming in the Spring semester the deadline is October 31st, 2022.

    Documentation required

    In order to enroll in Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso you must submit the following documentation:

    If you already have a University Degree please bring the original diploma

    If you do not have a University Degree please bring your original document of access to the university in your local country.  Find some examples below:

    Italia: La Maturitá

    France: Baccalauréat

    Poland: Swiadectwo Djorzalosci Technikum

    Suiza: Diploma de Maturité

    Alemania: Allgemeine Hochschulreife (Abitur)

    3 copies of your ID or Passport

    3 ID photographs


    All students must have a health insurance and a civil liability insurance. 

    We highly recommend that they come with the European Health Insurance Card (for European students)


    Practical Information


    If you don’t have a place where to stay yet, we recommend aluni.net, a website for students where you can find furnished rooms in shared flats.



    Check out Inlife – San Damaso for the best apartments, flats and rooms.  UESD incoming students have a discount in this platform, ask for it at internacional.oiri@sandamaso.com.  In case you have any queries, you can contact directly with an agent specialized on our students at: housing.sandamaso@inlifehousing.com

    Living costs

    Madrid is considered an average city in terms of living costs.  As an example, the Public Transport Card costs around 25€/month.