Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - UC3M • Madrid, Spain
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is a renowned, Spanish public university in the Community of Madrid. It was established in 1989 and has been delivering excellent education ever since. It is also constantly ranked among the best 20 universities in the world, according to QS World University Rankings. The university places special value on being an institution that presents its students with a global outlook. In order to do just that, students from near and far are accepted onto one of the many degree programmes offered at UC3M. A broad range of Bachelor's and Master's are therefore delivered completely in English. About 20% of the student body is made up of foreign students who chose Madrid and UC3M as their dream university location. To add to its already international atmosphere, the school decided to take part in the Erasmus student exchange programmes. The university is known to offer outstanding education, especially in the fields of business, particularly economics. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid is not only known for its high academical standards, it also holds the highest admission grade requirement in Madrid for degree programmes, such as business, law, political science, economics and more. Graduates can expect to be best equipped for their future endeavours, as proven by the fact that the university is ranked among the world's top 150 universities in employability (QS World University Rankings, in 2016). The campuses are home to state-of-the-art facilities. UC3M has four campuses that are divided into the Getafe Campus, which hosts the School of Law and Social Sciences and the School of Humanities, Communication and Documentation; the Leganés Campus, which is home to the School of Engineering; as well as the Colmenarejo Campus and Madrid-Puerta de Toledo Campus. The school also offers online courses in addition to their undergraduate and postgraduate courses. At the moment, 13 courses are offered, in a variety of subjects, including structural mechanics, and European paintings.