The Universidad Europea is a dynamic institution, aimed at adding value to society and actively contributing to its progress. True to its innovative spirit, it promotes research that is applicable and useful to society and bases its activity on empowering the individual, with an international educational model that is connected to the professional world and offers high quality academics.
This philosophy has made it the top private university in Spain in terms of number of students. Since 1999 it has belonged to the Laureate International Universities network, a leading institution offering higher education to over 950,000 students from all over the world in 29 countries.
23 educational courses, 220 degrees and double degrees, 127 graduate degrees and 5 Doctorate schools, covering all areas of knowledge.
Over 16,000 students. A multicultural environment with 20% of the students coming from 80 different nationalities.
Over 80 programs in a bilingual format, entirely in English or in other languages. Agreements with prestigious international universities.
2 campuses in Madrid (Villaviciosa de Odón and Alcobendas), Valencia and the Canary Islands. Over 25 hectares equipped with the best facilities: 3 university clinics, laboratories, multimedia language center, sports complex, student dormitories, etc.
The Universidad Europea is committed to an academic model based on three pillars:
Employability : The goal of the Universidad Europea's educational model is the employability of its graduates, which is achieved through very practical training that brings students closer to the reality of business. 90% of graduates find employment during the first year after graduation.
Internationality : Students develop their full potential and build up an attractive professional profile in the international market, thanks to the 300 agreements with universities, including the London School of Economics and the University of Berkeley, or the chance to study in one of the 80 programs in a bilingual format, entirely in English or in other languages such as French or Italian.
Empowering the individual : Students receive training based on learning skills and competences that will help them develop as individuals and achieve their career goals anywhere in the world.