Thank you for the interest you show our project.

The HousErasmus+ project aims to mappt challenges and solutions in student accommodation for international students and trainees. In a series of four regional conferences we aim to gather all relevant stakeholders in the field: students, higher education insitutions, housing providers and policy makers. The conference will share our latest research and showcase practices in the region. It also aims to be a platform for discussion regarding potential practices that could be scaled-up or implemented as policies to improve the housing situation for international student and trainees. 

Here are all the information you need to know about our conference in Madrid taking place on January 23rd-24th.

  • How to get to Madrid
  • Accommodation
  • Dress code
  • Language of the Conference
  • Reimbursement Rules
  • Agenda and Conference Venue
  • About Madrid



There are several traveling options to Madrid, depending where you come from.

By plane:

The main airport in Madrid is The Madrid-Barajas International Airport.

From there, you can either take the bus or the metro. All the information you need can be found on the airport website here.


Train options are also available for people coming from Spain or nearby countries.



There are 2 different accommodation for the conference for funded participants so please pay attention.

Self-funded participants are welcomed to contact the hotel we already booked and stay there but we were not able to secure preferential rates for you.


FOR University, Housing Providers and Policy-Maker representatives:

You will be staying at the NH ChamberiBretón de los Herreros, 29 28003 Madrid - Spain

The hotel will have your names so just make your way there from the train station or the airport and you can access your room.


FOR Student Representatives:

You will be staying at the UhostelCalle de Sagasta 22,  28004 Madrid

The hostel will have your names so just make your way there from the airport or the train station.



The dress code for the conference is business casual. We care more about your brains than your looks.



The conference will be entirely in English. No translation will be provided.



Travel expenses will be reimbursed within 60 days after the conference upon reception of a filled and signed reimbursement form (2 copies) as well as the originals of the boarding passes and receipts.

We will cover the full transport from your home to the hotel as long as you use public transportation. Taxis will not be reimbursed except if it can be argued there were the only means of transportation available.

You can find the full reimbursement rules here.

And you can find the reimbursement form here.



The agenda of the conference is available here

If you already registered for the conference, we will send it to you by Email.

The Conference will take place at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)

How to get to the venue?

The Conference will take place in the Rectorate building of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, in the Ciudad Universitaria area.

Rectorate of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Building A. Ramiro De Maeztu Street, number 7. Madrid


How to go from the NH Chamberí Hotel to the UPM Rectorate building?

On foot it takes around half an hour:

By metro, it takes around half an hour: Take line 7 from Alonso Cano station to Guzmán el Bueno station; and then walk around 15 minutes. 


How to go from the UHostel to the UPM?

On foot, it takes near 50 minutes, as indicated in the map.

By metro: Take the metro in Alonso Martínez station, line 4, Argüelles direction. Transfer in Argüelles to Line 6 Circular, direction platform 2. Stop in Metropolitano station. Walk around 15 minutes to the Rectorate building.