The Rey Juan Carlos University, a public university founded in the year 1996, has oriented its teaching and research towards seeking interdisciplinary solutions for current problems. This university is among the best universities in Madrid for its excellent and wide range of degree courses on offer and for its international scientific standing.
The Rey Juan Carlos University is located in the Autonomous Community of Madrid. The installations and infrastructures of its campuses in Madrid, Alcorcón, Aranjuez, Fuenlabrada and Móstoles foster both university life and an academic environment oriented towards research, innovation and study.
The URJC offers and wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in all fields of study in order to meet the demands of the productive sector:
The URJC is a university with 43,000 students enrolled in its official degrees and 2,300 professors and lecturers, researchers and administrative personnel. An important part of the student body is made up of international students of different nationalities.
The University has signed about 700 exchange agreements with 72 different countries. 720 foreign students are currently studying at the URJC on ERASMUS or MUNDE Programs, and around 600 of our students are studying on exchange programs in other countries.
The University takes very much into account values such as solidarity, sustainability, efficiency, merit, capacity, transparency and equality.