Camilo José Cela University
Camilo José Cela University (Universidad Camilo José Cela – UCJC), located in Madrid (Spain), is one of the youngest and fastest-growing private universities in Spain and Europe. Founded in 2000 as part of SEK Education Group, UCJC embraces a liberal arts and sciences applied approach to HE. UCJC’s learning model rests on three pillars: innovation, internationality and interdisciplinarity and fosters its strategic axes of entrepreneurship, digital transformation and social innovation. The Hive programme is the practical embodiment of this model. This cross-disciplinary course is taken in parallel with undergraduate degrees, and touches upon the fields of health and wellbeing, communications, social commitment, entrepreneurship, digital culture and humanities.
Camilo José Cela University offers face-to-face teaching at six different campuses: five in Madrid, including HM Hospitals, and one in Valencia, the floating campus Cervantes Saavedra (training ship/schooner). UCJC’s four schools (Education, Health Sciences, Technology and Science, and Communications and Humanities) offer bachelor’s degrees, postgraduate degrees, expert courses, specialist courses and professional training through higher degree training cycles. Furthermore, the International Doctoral School includes studies in educational sciences, health sciences and legal and economic sciences.