UC3M was established by an Act of the Spanish Parliament on 5 May 1989, within the framework of the University Reform Act of 1983. From the outset it was intended to be a relatively small, innovative, public university, providing teaching of the highest quality and focused primarily on research. Our first Chancellor was Professor Gregorio Peces-Barba.
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The Carlos III University of Madrid is a multidisciplinary university that investigates and transfers its knowledge in different areas and sectors that demand the different challenges of research, transfer and market programs, both at the local, state and international levels.
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During your university life, you need to find the accommodation that best suits your needs: shared flats, halls of residence, families... on this page, we provide you with all information regarding the different types of accommodation, so that finding the place for you will be a lot easier.If you choose to study at a university outside of Spain for a period of time, there are companies that manage accommodation from here. They provide a large range of flats in many cities and make the processes easier for you. You can contact Spotahome, Uniplaces or Housing Anywhere.
The UC3M has modern facilities for practicing sports that include a swimming pool, spa, paddle tennis courts, tennis, squash, bouldering, climbing wall, 7-a-side football and beach volleyball fields, indoor cycling and fitness rooms and multipurpose rooms for sports. practice of different activities.
Practicing sports at the University is very easy and comfortable, since travel is avoided and also provides unquestionable health benefits and has even been shown to influence better academic performance. Learn about the sports centers on campus and the possibilities they offer.
A highly demanding university with constant workload. In general, good quality. Especially strong in economics and related fields. Highly valued by (at least) Spanish employers. It doesn't have much of a student life. Campus seems to have been designed with the only purpose of studying (very few "communal" spaces, it's completely forbidden to smoke or drink alcohol within...
Well, the main aspect I did not like about my uni was the lack of learning real life things or solve real life problems in most of the subjects. Although I think that theory is the key to understand how everything works, I also think practise is as important as theory. In fact, last summer I was working in a internship company for three months and I can say with no doubts...
A lot of pressure with exigent programs and teachers. Very high mathematical focus on the Economics degree.
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