Camilo José Cela University the first university of the 21st century, bases its educational offering on three transversal axes: entrepreneurship, digitisation and social innovation. This educational model rests on three pillars: innovation, internationality and interdisciplinarity, with The Hive (La Colmena) programme as an embodiment of the model’s practical approach.

Its four schools (Education, Health, Technology and Science, and Communications and Humanities) offer, in addition to the 18 degrees and 8 joint degrees, a large number of postgraduate degrees.

The International Doctoral School includes studies in Educational Sciences, Health Sciences and Legal and Economic SciencesUCJC has two campuses:

  • The Villafranca Campus, in the north western area of Madrid and just 20 minutes from the city centre, spans over 140,000m2 and is designed to offer students a on campus experience. It has modern facilities, laboratories, international student halls residence and the UCJC Sports Club, a unique sports club that houses the High Performance Sports Academy.
  • The Almagro Campus, in the heart of the city of Madrid, houses the UCJC Graduate School and serves as a link between higher education and the professional world. Housed in a historic building from 1920 it is a stone’s throw away from Madrid’s economic, business and cultural centre.