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Universidad Camilo José Cela

Universidad Camilo José Cela
Established 2000
Type Private
President Felipe Segovia Olmo
Dean Rafael Cortés Elvira
Students 4,750
Location Villanueva de la Cañada, Madrid, Spain
Campus Urban
Website http://www.ucjc.edu

Camilo José Cela University (or UCJC) was established in 2000 and it is part of the Educational Institution SEK -Saint Stanislaus Kostka- founded in 1892. UCJC currently offers a wide range of academic qualifications, more than 40 graduate programmes and 50 postgraduate programmes. UCJC also offers other courses aimed at university students and professionals through its special professorships and Institutions.

Camilo José Cela University considers the process of European convergence as an opportunity. There are 12 graduate degrees adapted to the European Area and 10 European Master degrees delivered in partnership with EAE Business School. EAE and UCJC have put together their educational experience and specialised knowledge to design, develop and deliver the master programme adapting their university systems to the new European framework.

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  • Camilo José Cela University Main Website

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