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The Complutense University of Madrid is known to be one of the oldest universities in the world. Its origins go back to 1293, when it was established as Estudio de Escuelas Generales de Alcalá. Its Schools of Philosophy, Spanish Literature, History, Pharmacy, Optometry, Journalism, Psychology, and Sociology hold the top rankings in the country, while the university itself is recognized as the best public institution in Spain.

The campus of the university is located in the center of Madrid, and a distinguishable trait is that it is committed to specialization in five thematic clusters: Global Change and New Energies, Materials for the Future, Agri-Food Industry and Health, and Innovative Medicine and Heritage. This has been done with the goal of achieving scientific and teaching excellence.

Study Program Details
Business Management Degree (International)
For this special international degree program students take the first two years of studies at their home institutions, and the next year and a half at a school abroad, to return home for the last semester. The Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, located in the Somosaguas Campus, offers students: Internships Office, International Relations Office, Library, mentoring program for first-year students, Cycles of Conferences, Training Activities, Conferences Professional Orientation, etc. Some of the courses included are: Economic History, Business Law, Principles of Business Management, Introduction to Economics, Business Mathematics, Business Statistics, Financial Accounting, Principles of Business Financial Management and Microeconomics.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: Spanish  
Degree in Dentistry
The Degree in Dentistry is designed to train students to become professionals with adequate knowledge, skills, attitudes and competencies to serve the health demands of society. Emphasis is not only on diagnosis and treatment, but also prevention and working in an ethical and efficient way. Graduates in the dentistry program will understand the need for life-long learning as well as advances in knowledge and technology when making therapeutic decisions.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: Spanish  
Double Degree In Philosophy (International)
This undergraduate double degree program in Philosophy allows students from la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) to do part of their studies in the Universidad Completense in Madrid and vice-versa. The objective of this course is to train graduates with basic philosophical knowledge of both historical and systematic nature, giving them the capacity to identify, analyze, criticize and improve the ideas that make up the contemporary world. Graduates should be capable of transmitting philosophical knowledge in the different educational and training fields and sectors where they are demanded. Some of the courses include: History of the contemporary world, Political Philosophy I, Philosophical Anthropology I, Fundamental ontology, History of ancient philosophy, Contemporary literature, Basic psychology, Esthetic, Philosophical Anthropology II and Medieval Philosophy's history.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: Spanish  
Law Degree with Specialization in French Law (International)
The Law Degree with a specialization in French Law is the study of both the Spanish and French legal systems. Students spend the first two years at the Complutense in Madrid and the second two years at the Paris I University. The Faculty of Law, located in Madrid’s Moncloa Campus, has all the necessary facilities including the library, European documentation center, amphitheater classrooms, fixed seating classrooms, study rooms, computer rooms, Wi-Fi connection, cafeterias and dining rooms, etc. Some courses included are: Constitutional Law I, Roman Law, Legal Computers, Public Freedoms, Intro to Political Economy, Civil Law I, General Theory of Law, Criminal Law I and Law History.
Level: Undergraduate Bachelors     Location: Madrid     Language of instruction: Spanish, French  

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Type of school

Public University


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Isaac Peral s/n, Madrid, Spain, 28040


Admission Requirements

For all levels students must have at least intermediary Spanish language skills as most courses are taught in Spanish. To access undergraduate degrees students must have finished secondary studies equivalent to the Spanish bachillerato. To access Master’s courses students must have completed a University Degree. To access Doctorate courses students must possess an undergraduate and master’s degree.


Registration fees per credit for undergraduate degrees: First registration is from €21.94 - €26.81, second registration ranges from €41.05 - 49.26, third registration ranges from €82.30 to €98.75 and fourth and successive registrations range from €113.71 - €136.44. Registration fees per credit for master’s degrees: First registration is from €25.52-34.59, second registration is from €42-56.75, third registration is from €91-€122.21 and fourth registration is from €126 to €169.21. Doctorates cost €390 per year for full time and €234 per year for part-time. Complimentary training ranges from €49.84-69.93 where applicable.

Program Duration

The undergraduate degree last 4 years.

Dates and Deadlines

Courses start at the end of September. Classes will be out during all official Spain and Madrid holidays.

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