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Before arriving at the UB

Accommodation and living in Barcelona

Medical, accidents and repatriation insurance

Legal procedures

Accommodation and living in Barcelona

In order to arrange accommodation for your stay in Barcelona, please contact the Resa Housing Service. 

Adress: Torrent de l'Olla st., 219 - 08012 Barcelona
Phone: (34) 932 389 072 - Fax: (34) 93 228 92 59
Web: http://www.resahousing.com - E-mail: info@resahousing.com
Opening hours: Mon-Thu -> 09:30 - 13:30 and 15:30 - 17:30 // Fri -> 09:00 - 14:00

The Barcelona University Centre (BCU) provides the information you need to know to live and to study in Barcelona: how to get to Barcelona, cost of living, climate, moving about the city or services for the university community. Please visit the BCU website:

Adress: Torrent de l'Olla st., 219 - 08012 Barcelona
Phone: (34) 93 238 90 49 - Fax: (34) 93 228 92 59
Web: www.bcu.cat - E-mail: info@bcu.cat
Opening hours: Mon-Thu -> 09:00 - 14:00 and 15:00 - 17:00 // Fri-> 08:00 - 15:00

Medical, accidents and repatriation Insurance

All international students must take out medical, accident and repatriation, insurance for their stay at the UB.

Medical coverage:

  • Students from countries that are members of the European Economic Area (European Union countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and who are entitled to Social Security benefit in their own country should present their European health insurance card. The form for this card is issued by your country's public health authorities and entitles you to medical care in Spain.
  • Students from countries outside the European Economic Area should establish whether there is a medical agreement between the social security system in their country and in Spain (this is the case for some Latin American countries).  If there is one, you should request the relevant document from the health authorities in your country. This document will entitle you to medical care in Spain.

Accidents and repatriation coverage:

  • All students must prove an insurance that covers accidents and repatriation. It can be taken out at the home country at individual level or by the home institution

In any case, you have the option of purchasing one, with a insurance company has signed an agreement with the UB:  COBERTIS

The Incoming students through the programme Erasmus + placement, must take into account that the required Insurance will also have to include the Professional Liability coverage.

On your arrival at the UB, you will be requested to show a copy of your insurance.

Legal procedures

For information: www.ub.edu/uri/estudiantsNOUB/nie_en.htm