The King Juan Carlos University (URJC), Madrid, Spain, founded in 1996, is the most modern public university in the Community of Madrid. It currently has more than 44,600 students enrolled, and is the second largest university in the region.
URJC has five campuses: Alcorcón, Aranjuez, Fuenlabrada, Madrid and Móstoles, and sixty-one undergraduate degrees, nine of which are taught and studied in English and nine others are mixed learning (face-to-face and face-to-face online), 81 double degrees and 76 official master's degrees and Pdh programs, and a hundred degrees of own creation from up to five branches of knowledge.
At URJC promotes active cooperation projects with scientific and cultural institutions and companies, since one of our main objectives is to be permeable to our social and productive environment. URJC are
looking for academic excellence so that their students get the best professional possible training.