How to get to Campus
Train is the most convenient way of getting to campus. There are two different companies that reach the UAB: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC) and RENFE.
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Line S2: from Barcelona to Sabadell; station: Universitat Autònoma.
Line S6: from Barcelona to Universitat Autònoma; station: Universitat Autònoma.
In Barcelona, these trains stop at Pl. Catalunya, Provença, Gràcia, Muntaner and Sarrià. The complete journey from Barcelona takes about 40 minutes. Trains depart approximately every 10 minutes during peak hours. A 2-zone ticket is required to reach the campus. Upon arrival, you will need to validate the ticket to exit the station. You can check the timetables and fares on the FGC website.
Once you reach the Autònoma Station, follow the crowd going downstairs. You will cross a bridge and bear left around a corner into a large plaza (Plaça Cívica). On the far side of the plaza, you will go down a wooden ramp and look for Building B, Facultat d´Economia i Empresa. Once there, look for the Department d´Economia i Història Econòmica.
Line R7: from Sant Andreu Arenal to Cerdanyola Universitat; station: Cerdanyola Universitat.
From Barcelona center (Plaça Catalunya RENFE Station) take any train (lines R3, R4, R7 and R12) to Sant Andreu Arenal. There change to line R7 and continue until Cerdanyola Universitat. The complete journey takes about 25 minutes. Trains depart approximately every 30 minutes. A 2-zone ticket is required to reach the campus. You will also need the ticket to exit the station upon arrival. You can check the timetables and fares on the Gencat RENFE website.
Once you reach the Cerdanyola Universitat Autònoma Station, there is a free shuttle bus (lines 1 and 3) connecting the station and the campus. To get to the department, get off at the second bus stop and cross the Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres to find the Facultat d´Economia i Empresa, which is where the Department d´Economia i Història Econòmica is located.