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CEU San Pablo University

CEU San Pablo University
Universidad CEU San Pablo
Established 1993
Type Private
Affiliation Catholic
Rector Juan Carlos Domínguez Nafría
Location Madrid,  Spain
Campus Moncloa, Montepríncipe
Website http://www.uspceu.com

CEU San Pablo University (Spanish: Universidad CEU San Pablo) is a private, Catholic university established more than 75 years ago in Madrid and is today one of Spain's most prestigious academic institutions consistently ranked among the top 5 private universities ("El Mundo Ranking"). It is involved in a number of academic exchange programmes with the world's best universities (Columbia, Chicago, Duke, Boston...), work practice schemes and international projects with over 200 higher education institutions in Europe, Latin America, North America and Asia.

It is run by the CEU Foundation.

History

One of the buildings

It was a college of the Complutense University of Madrid until it was segregated in 1993 to be established as an independent university.

References

External links

  • Official website

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