The University of Salamanca is located in Castile y Léon, north-west of Madrid and is the oldest university in Spain. The university is split between six campuses throughout the city of Salamanca and counts 16 faculties, as well as two UNESCO World Heritage sites. The university offers Spanish language courses for non-native speakers. Salamanca is a beautiful city full of culture with a student atmosphere.
Location: Salamanca, Spain
City Population: 213,399
University Population: 30,240
Climate: Salamanca's climate is Continental Mediterranean, with cold winters and hot summers softened by the altitude and dryness throughout the year.
Nearest airport: Salamanca-Matacán Airport