Student Residence

Vega University Residential College is a hall of residence that aims to be more than an accommodation solution.

Academic Excellence

We value the investment that both society and our families provide, in order to give us the best living and studying conditions and, for this reason, we all want to make the most out of our capacities and possibilities.

Personal Growth

We believe that being a university student bears a social responsibility, which challenges us to take care of our own growth, not only in academic matters, but also in the realms of culture and character.

Family Environment

We want to live in a place where, like in a family, trust and loyalty shape long-term relationships, seeking a friendly, respectful, and warm exchange between people.


Who is it for?

  • Male university students


  • 12 individual rooms
  • Everyday cleaning



  • Full Catering (4 meals: breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner)
  • Everyday, including weekends and holidays


  • Weekly
  • Includes personal laundry, bed linen and towels


  • Library and study room
  • Computer room


  • Sports, Hiking, outdoor activities
  • Conferences and talks


  • Library, Computer room, Auditorium, Football field, Oratory, Living room, Dining room, etc.

Annual calendar

  • Closed in:
  • - Month of August
  • - The 24th and 25th  of December
  • - Days between Holy Thursday and Easter day


01 - Submit the Application Form

02 - Visit the house with your family

03 - Attend an interview with a Director

04 - Confirm your interest in staying

05 - Wait to be informed of the result

Application Form

Cultural Center

Vega promotes several cultural and sport related activities



  • Talks (History and Law, Art ...)
  • Conferences

Sport and Outdoor Activities

  • Football, Hiking, etc

Helping others

  • Visits to people lonely or in need
  • Volunteer work

Religious Growth

  • Vega offers spiritual formation activities to the residents that wish to have it.
  • The spiritual activities at Vega are entrusted to Opus Dei, a prelature of the Catholic church, whose aim is to encourage people to seek God through their daily work whilst living a fully Christian life.