Students take subjects in English starting in the first year. In the four-year degree program, subjects in English account for 50% of the total. Students whose native language is not Spanish can also take subjects and/or courses at the Institute of Spanish Language and Culture (ILCE) to improve their knowledge of the Spanish language.
Students are encouraged to participate in foreign exchanges with two full semesters of elective subjects. The School organizes two trips to international institutions. The first is to Brussels and the second to New York City. The institutions in these cities make policies that affect the world.
The University encourages student exchange as a means of offering a more comprehensive education. The International Office offers information on scholarships, agreements and activities.