Camilo José Cela University (UCJC) is a private, pluralistic and independent university, founded in the year 2000, with headquarters in Madrid
Our hallmark-approach is underpinned by three aspects: Innovation, interdisciplinarity and an international outlook.
The UCJC offers new fields of study adapted to the new reality of a complex and changing job market and places great importance on the acquisition of skills that enable our students to shine in whichever life-path they choose and in their personal and professional development.
Our main Madrid-Villafranca campus houses our five core disciplines and undergraduate schools: Communications, Education, Health, Law and Business and Architecture and Technology.
Our Open Space concept is designed to offer an on-campus life-experience, with modern, open work spaces for teaching staff and students aiming to foster dialogue, interaction and joint and active learning.
The MediaLab communications lab is fitted with next-generation technology, equipment and facilities and attests to our practical and multidisciplinary approach and our university model of converging cross-curricular fields.
The Madrid-Villafranca campus also has two halls of residence with over 130 places.
The UCJC Graduate School is housed at the Madrid-Almagro building in the heart of the city centre. It is designed as a bridge between university and professional life.
Students participate actively in their own education and complement their learning with a 360º personalised development plan which, for the length of their course, opens the way for them to develop skills and abilities focussed both on the personal and the professional.
This plan includes a tutor/mentor who assesses and accompanies the student throughout the length of their stay at university and makes available services such as voluntary work, paid work and internships and languages, amongst others.