Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is a public institution that is well known in the Spanish and international academic worlds thanks to its high research quality, its entrepreneurship, its constant search for teaching excellence as well as its strong social commitment. Its international renown is strengthened by a large number of exchange and training programmes with universities from all over the world, involving students, professors and non-teaching staff.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid offers a wide variety of graduate and postgraduate studies, highly prestigious degrees among them. Innovative teaching and quality research are its trademarks. Its transparent and efficient management is devoted to serve its users.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid was established in 1968. Currently, it has two campuses: Cantoblanco and Madrid. Cantoblanco campus has a total area of 22.252.000 m2 and a garden area of 120.000 m2. Given its location in the vicinity of the mountains, it is a privileged environment. The Faculty of Medicine is located in the city centre, near Ciudad Sanitaria La Paz.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid is organized into seven colleges and a technical high school, as well as seven attached university schools and six hospitals.
Together with Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científcas (CSIC or “High Council for Scientific Research”), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid has been awarded the International Excellence Campus distinction, which is granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education.
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