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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM)

Website: https://www.uam.es/uam/en/inicio

Biographical Info

The Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) is a public university that combines quality teaching, intensive research and high job placement  with a firm social commitment, being a benchmark in these areas, as recognized by various global indicators. In the QS World University Rankings 2023 , the UAM is consolidated among the 220 best universities in the world, thanks to its high academic and employer reputation, as well as its extensive international research network. It is the third best university in Spain and the first in Madrid and is among the 100 most prestigious universities in Europe. The UAM also stands out as a leader in the Teaching and Learning category among the 79 institutions analysed by the Knowledge and Development Foundation ( CYD ) report.

The sustainable and easily accessible UAM campuses offer a complete university experience, as they house all types of services, including libraries, museums and around thirty sports facilities, as well as a wide variety of cultural activities and volunteer and cooperation programs.

The collaboration with the HigherCenter for Scientific Research (CSIC) in one of the first Campuses of International Excellence in our country has allowed it to create a privileged research and teaching environment and be a leader in Nanoscience, Advanced Materials and Life Sciences. In addition, the UAM is part of the Civis alliance, a European Civic University, one of the first pan-European campuses promoted by the European Commission (EC).

The official academic offer of the Autonomous University of Madrid includes 50 undergraduate degrees, 8 double degrees and 87 master’s degrees, as well as 34 doctoral programs and almost a hundred of its own degrees.

Contribution to the UNI-T project

An interdisciplinar team from our university has been colaborating in the UNI-T Work Package 5 “Research cooperation between schools and universities” led by the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) : « Affectivity in Teaching:

Collective & reflective professional development in Physical Education »

 

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Updated 5 months ago.

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