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Presentation of the Dean

Dear student:

The Law School of the CEU San Pablo University represents, at the same time, the solvency of the tradition of a Catholic university and the energy of innovation in the education of lawyers. Since its beginning, the oldest private law school in Spain has developed a creative vision of teaching Law and other scientific fields that are integrated into the School, such as Political Science, Criminology and Security, and International Relations. With this perspective, a Master's Degree in Access to the Legal Profession has been developed, in collaboration with prestigious law firms and with the contribution of brilliant legal professionals, and other master's and postgraduate degrees accredited by years of notable results.

Our priority objectives are:

  1. To train lawyers and professionals in an integral sense because responsible professionals are needed, with a formative base and a moral attitude that allows them to contribute to a transformation of the society that makes it fairer and more united.
  2. To promote in students the practical meaning of the knowledge acquired, because it is not enough to transmit in an excellent way the contents of the subjects: from the first moment, the student must perceive the practical transcendence of the knowledge transmitted.
  3. To prepare the student for a global future, because one cannot think today of a top-level professional without being capable of facing a plural context, which is increasingly internationalized and extraordinarily changing, and in which one’s employability and professional success can be found, at times, in relation to very different cultures.

Our excellence is based on these pillars, which have always characterized us. It is not only necessary for the student to acquire knowledge: our main achievement is the contribution to their personal enrichment, encouraging argumentation and academic debate.

That is why we offer students of the Faculty the experience of living in a university community, in which their capacity for critical analysis and proposal of solutions in a global environment is based. This is what the Law School of the CEU San Pablo University represents.

Carlos Pérez del ValleDean of the School of Law

Why Study in the School of Law?


The Law School at the CEU San Pablo University has an excellent academic staff, in all senses: academic, professional and human. It surpasses the academic quality requirements established by law for private universities. More than 80% of the professors hold a PhD degree and of these, more than 75% are accredited by one of the official Quality Agencies. Most of the professors of the School have a research profile, in addition to teaching, working on relevant research lines and projects, among which the national R&D, funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, as well as those co-financed by the CEU San Pablo University itself and other public and private institutions, and adds a considerable number of six-year term research projects. All this is possible thanks to, in addition to the vocation and dedication of the professors, the economic effort of the University.

On the other hand, the Law School also counts with magnificent professionals of law, who contribute not only with theoretical knowledge, but also with legal practice. In short, the aim is that the professors in the School are nourished, in addition to study and research activities, by professional experiences.

In any case, the professors of the CEU San Pablo University Law School is characterized by its rigour and demand, as well as by its humane treatment and spirit of service to the student.


CEU has been training lawyers for more than 75 years. Many of the best professionals in the legal field studied at CEU, which for many years was an affiliated center, before the creation of the CEU San Pablo University, which also has the honor of being the first to be authorized as a private University.

However, the CEU San Pablo University and its Law School do not settle with its experience; in addition, always attentive to society's demands, it is constantly looking to improve its educational programs. Without giving up the best of classical university education, we want students to develop their skills in reasoning and interrelation of knowledge, become familiar with legal concepts, and master principles and criteria for problem solving. We also aim, among other educational aspects, to exercise oral and written expression skills and argumentation techniques, the effective use of new teaching and learning technologies, and a greater contact with reality from the first academic year onwards.


At the Law School we want to link our academic excellence to the training and international projection of our students. For this reason, our educational offer includes a bilingual program both in the Degree of Law and the Degree of Communitarian Law and in the simultaneous Degree of Law and Business Management and Administration. In addition, there are international mobility programs, and in concrete we have more than thirty agreements with universities in Europe and America. Thanks to these agreements, our students have the opportunity to enjoy academic stays abroad, both semestral and annual, for example, through the Erasmus program, with academic recognition of the studies. Among our partner Universities, the following are worth highlighting: Heidelberg, Copenhagen, Sorbonne, Augsburg, Tübingen, etc.

The Law School is the main venue (hosting university) of the most prestigious worldwide competition in the field of Communitarian Law, the European Law Moot Court Competition. This competition is based on the resolution of a practical case of legal nature given by expert lawyers, academics and members of the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Moreover, the School prepares its students for this competition for one year, and for that they have had great success in the last academic years. The students of the Law School have always passed the written phase and reached to the final of the regional phase. It is the only Spanish Law School that has a 100% success rate in this aspect, as it has qualified a team for seven consecutive years (2008/2009 to 2014/2015).


The Law School has achieved a very high rate of employability among its graduate students. For several years, more than 95% of its students have been able to get their first job within two years of completing their studies (according to data from an external audit company). But as important as the quantity is the quality of the positions and professional levels to which our students have been able to access: diplomatic career, public service of the European Union, large international law firms, bodies of the State Administration, etc. Among the most frequent professional opportunities are the following:

  • Free practice as a lawyer and attorney
  • Legal advisor in companies and banking
  • Bodies of the State Administration (State Attorney, diplomat, judge, prosecutor, lawyer of the Courts and the Council of State, notary, etc.)
  • Administrator in European institutions, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, etc.

Facilities and Location

School of Law Avenida del Valle, 21 28003 Madrid Telf. 91 514 04 00
How to arrive Buses: C1 Circular, C2 Circular, 1, 2, 12, 44, 202 Metro: Metropolitano (L6), Guzmán el Bueno (L6-L7) and Islas Filipinas (L7).




D. Carlos Pérez del Valle

Vice Dean of Professors, Research and Graduate Studies
Dr. Dña. Begoña Fernández González

Vice Dean of Students, Teaching and International Development
Dr. Dña. Lucana Estévez Mendoza

Academic Secretary
D. Javier Porras Belarra

Director of the Degree in Law
Dr. Dña. Begoña Fernández González

Coordinator of the Degree in Law and Business Administration and Management
Dra. Dña. Rocío Martín Jiménez

Coordinator of the Degree in Law and Journalism and the Degree in Law and Advertising and Public Relations.
Dr. D. Carlos Pérez Fernández-Turégano

Coordinator of the Degree in Political Science and Administration
Dra. Dña. Ainhoa Uribe Otalora

Director of the Degree in Criminological and Security Sciences Coordinator of the Degree in Law and Criminological and Security Sciences Coordinador del Grado en Derecho y Ciencias Criminológicas y de la Seguridad
Dr. D. Pablo Gallego Rodríguez

Director of the Degree in International Relations and European Union Coordinator of the Degree in Law and International Relations and European Union Coordinator of the Degree in Law with a Communitarian Law Title
Dr. D. Jerónimo Maíllo González-Orús

Secretary to the Dean
Dª María del Prado Casanova

European Law Moot Court

The Law School is the main venue (hosting university) of the most prestigious worldwide competition in the field of Communitarian Law, the European Law Moot Court Competition. This competition is based on the resolution of a practical case of a legal nature given by expert lawyers, academics and members of the Court of Justice of the European Union.

The School prepares its students for this competition for one year. Thanks to this, the students have had great success in the last years.

The students of the Law School have always passed the written phase and reached the final of a regional phase. It is the only Spanish Law School that has a 100% success rate in this aspect, as it has qualified a team for seven consecutive years (2008/2009 to 2014/2015).

The regional finals in which our teams have participated have been held in Lisbon, Boston, Dublin, New York, Istanbul, Lund, Prague and Bremen.

In addition, several of our teachers have been selected as members of the Regional Finals tribunals, as well as holding positions in the ELMC Society, which is in charge of the management of the competition.


Basic Legal Disciplines and Private Law

This Department groups the following Areas: Philosophy of Law and Politics, Roman Law, History of Spanish Law, on one hand; and, on the other hand, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Labor and Social Security Law and Private International Law. These are, therefore, matters of legal foundation and positive law, the latter being typically of the field of private law, which has great doctrinal density.

The meeting of all of them has as one of its aims the promotion of research projects in the field of legal reasoning applied to positive law, comparative law in the field of obligations and contracts with special attention to arbitration, bankruptcy law from a historical-dogmatic perspective and current positive law, legal issues of maximum actuality in the field of labor, etc., adding to the legal perspective the singularly enriching, from a scientific and practical point of view, of political science.

The dynamism of the teaching of the different subjects, fully adapted to the new teaching methods of the Bologna Declaration, has led to the implementation of a work to enhance legal reasoning, balanced with memory, which already prepares the student in the degree for future professional practice by actively addressing the resolution of many practical issues that arise. The student is invited to participate in public debates within the Group itself, in the School and between Universities. As proof of this are the recent national and international awards obtained by our students, which guarantee the success of these initiatives and the in-depth work that is carried out with them on a daily basis.

Public Law

Our Department is organized in two departmental Sections. The first one is formed by the following areas and teaching units: Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Procedural Law and Financial and Tax Law. The second Section is made up of the following areas and teaching units: Constitutional Law, International Public Law and International Relations and State Ecclesiastical Law. The basic purposes of the Department are twofold: the first is teaching, organizing and giving classes in all the Schools of our University where subjects or courses belonging to the Department are taken.

The second is research. In relation to the latter, the Department, either jointly or through the different areas or teaching units, participates in various research projects both internal and external, national and international. Different conferences and seminars are also held annually for the training of both students and professors who make up the Department.


Since its creation, CEU San Pablo University has tried to promote the research carried out by its professors. In order to make known this important scientific work, the Vice-Rectorate of Research publishes every year a Research Report and a Catalogue of Technological Offer.

The San Pablo CEU University has defined priority lines of research, to which it pays special attention through the constitution and funding of research groups in which the professors of the Law School participates. Furthermore, the School members are part of several Research Projects with public funding.



Presentation of the Dean

“The entire object of true education is to make people not merely do the right things, but enjoy the right things — not merely industrious, but to love industry — not merely learned, but to love knowledge — not merely pure, but to love purity — not merely just, but to hunger and thirst after justice.”

John Ruskin (1819-1900)

Dear friends,

Welcome to the School of Economics and Business of the CEU San Pablo University; a School counting with decades of experience in educating people with a vocation to serve society.

We are committed towards projecting our presence in public life, preparing professionals with values, who can develop their activity in the economic, business and institutional fields with honesty and integrity.

The CEU is comprised of a set of values, quality and professionalism, which shape the profile of our students: optimistic, committed and with joy of life given by God. This is why our motivation and purpose is to from individuals in the broader sense of the word: knowledgeable, skilful as well as with the ability to adapt. In conclusion: an education that aids to excel and flourish in the new digital society.

Our efforts are centred around providing a solid academic formation, as well as training individuals to become employable and internationalised. These goals also comprise the formation and promotion of responsible entrepreneurship and leadership. All this is included in our degrees, simultaneous degrees, leadership programs, entrepreneurship programs, bilingual and international programs, as well as programs of excellence.

The students represent the centre of our personalized educational project, reinforced by the mentors’ and tutors’ labour.

We are proud to count with a team of professors with great teaching and investigation experience motivated towards their work and in perpetual actualization of their knowledge and pedagogic skills, especially those centred around the digital transformation and of course with the invaluable collaboration of the administration and service staff.

The internationalisation of our degrees and students is a great commitment of this School, for which we have exclusive programmes with prestigious universities in the United States of America (Boston University) and agreements with more than 85 well-known universities around the world, with English, French, German, Portuguese and Italian speaking programmes, which allow our students to enjoy semester or annual stays that contribute to their academic and personal development.

On the other hand, the department of professional careers offers a wide range of national as well as international internship offers in companies and institutions, which stimulate the student’s learning as well as ease the entering to the demanding job markets of today.

This is our School: a community of students, teachers and service staff determined to train complete professionals that our society demands to build a better tomorrow.

Welcome to your new academic family.

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Ricardo J. Palomo Dean of the School of Economics and Business

Why Study in the School of Economics and Business?


María Martínez Carrón Business Administration and Law CEU-Boston University.

"My semester at Boston University provided an enriching multicultural education. My favorite class was ‘Innovation, Global Competitiveness and National Economic Development’ with Professor Barry Unger, I enjoyed the debates and presentations. We had a very multicultural class… Working side-by-side on projects was very constructive. I understood the power of empathy on different levels."

Laura Díaz-TorañoLaurea University, Helsinki.

“After four years at the School of Economics, 450 km away from my home in Gijón, I decided to embark on a completely new adventure. An extreme climate, unknown customs and mindset make Finland an attractive destination. The CEU San Pablo University has always been my home during these last four years. Excellent teaching quality, great organization, a wide selection of educational plans, seminars as well as workshops and schedule flexibility are the elements which set apart our university. The main differences between Finland and the CEU San Pablo University lie in the way the courses are planned as the Nordic country tends to prioritize working from home to class attendance.”

Francisco X. Simões MoreiraLisboa

"The Erasmus Program has been an unforgettable experience for me, not only on an academic level, but also on a personal basis, because it is a unique opportunity to leave our natural "habitat" and face life in a different place. In my case, I come from a neighbouring country, Portugal, and I believe that, despite the closeness, on a cultural level the two countries do not share all aspects. In the academic field, I could not have chosen a better university. The School of Economics at the CEU San Pablo University has welcomed me with open arms, from the International Relations staff to the professors, all of whom have always been happy to help me. I take this opportunity to thank this great institution for providing me with one of the best experiences I have ever had in my life".

Paula SerranoHvAmsterdam

"I am living the best year of my life thanks to the CEU San Pablo University and its agreement with the University of Amsterdam. It has brought me much more than I ever imagined in all aspects. Academically it has made me grow and acquire new ideas. This experience has offered me many positive things, I have changed my way of seeing the world, of relating with people, and I have learned to trust in my abilities, since everything I have achieved here has been on my own merits. From my Erasmus I highlight the security that comes from knowing that I have successfully overcome all the barriers and fears that I had in the beginning and realizing that now I also have a different family, formed by all those people from each and every place in the world who have shared with me all the experiences and challenges that living in a foreign country entails".

Sonia ScandolaVerona

"My Erasmus experience at the CEU San Pablo University has been very positive. In Italy I study in a public university, very different especially from the organizational point of view. From the CEU San Pablo University I really like the closeness I have with the professors, they always do their best to make the students participate in class, they ask for feedback and suggestions, and if there is an Erasmus student present, opinions on how the course is taught in their countries, giving the possibility to all the students to know new ways of doing things. The teaching in the CEU San Pablo University is superb. Students are given the possibility to work in groups (very useful for our future at the workplace), students can learn to present in front of their colleagues a topic or a project that they have done and thanks to this the curiosity of students is stimulated by asking them to look for information on various topics related to the themes of the program. The system of continuous evaluation seems to me very efficient and represents a very important aid for the student, who has the possibility of studying most of the program during the semester and having less work at the time of the official exams. The CEU San Pablo University also offers opportunities to do activities outside the university environment: internships, cultural activities or sports, an aspect that sometimes we students value more in Erasmus than the students of the CEU.”

Alejandro Vázquez-GuillénVP Business Development and Sales Tuenti

“Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales por la Universidad CEU San Pablo, Alejandro Vázquez-Guillén nos hablará sobre la importancia que están cobrando las redes sociales como nueva forma de comunicación, especialmente entre los más jóvenes. Su experiencia en el tema le avala: ha trabajado como Director Comercial de Facebook y, actualmente, ocupa el cargo de Director Comercial y de Marketing de Tuenti”. Ver entrevista. Nº14 Alejandro Vázquez-Guillén. Director comercial de Tuenti.

Diego SacidoBoston

“Studying at BU means living in one of the most vibrant cities of North America. Boston is a great city where you feel right at home from the start. I also had the opportunity of meeting incredible people from around the world and learning about new cultures and customs. Overall, I think it is a great learning experience that enriches everyone”.

Miguel A. FernándezBoston

"The BU-CEU program has been an unforgettable experience both on an academic and personal level. I feel glad to have had the opportunity to participate and very satisfied to have made the most of the many experiences and possibilities it offers. All this is due to the great level of preparation and coordination both Universities undertake to make this program the best possible international experience for a university student”.

María Martínez Carrón
Laura Díaz-Toraño
Francisco X. Simões Moreira
Paula Serrano
Sonia Scandola
Alejandro Vázquez-Guillén
Diego Sacido
Miguel A. Fernández


One of the hallmarks of the School of Economics and Business is its strong internationalisation. The qualitative leap has been achieved through exclusive agreements with universities in the United States of America, which have the highest prestige and recognition, according to the main international classifications on university quality. These are leading institutions such as Boston University. There are also many international Erasmus and Bilateral agreements with Universities of high international prestige such as the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, RWTH Aachen in Germany, City University in the United Kingdom or Macao University. Our students, in annual or semestral stays, can enjoy an international experience in any of the more than 70 English, French, German, Portuguese and Italian speaking Universities with which there is an agreement.


The School of Economics and Business has as one of its priority objectives the practical training of its students. The market requires skills that students acquire when they have the opportunity to work in a company. To this end, the School has included external mandatory curricular practices in all its degrees. This way, by the time they finish their degrees, all students have already acquired important work experience.

The Department of Professional Careers and within it, Prácticas Moncloa provided and tutored internships to more than 500 students during the 2015-16 academic year, through Framework Agreements with the best public and private entities, greatly surpassing the supply of internships to the demand.

At the same time, Professional Careers organizes activities such as the Employment Forum, Coffee Meetings with different sectors’ companies and with Headhunters, training courses and seminars, such as the presentation of the Curriculum Vitae, or how to face a selection process, etc. in order to accompany and advise students in their search for employment and to do so in the best possible way.


The School counts with professionals with extensive experience in the economic and business field, as well as a large teaching staff with great teaching experience and important research tasks, accredited by several autonomic and national quality agencies, such as ACAP and ANECA.

All students in the School of Economics and Business are assigned a tutor at the beginning of the course, who is responsible for guiding students through their studies, advising them on practical work, and keeping them informed of their academic situation, always with the utmost respect for their personalities and freedom.

Innova Class

The Innova class is a recent initiative of the School of Economics and Business, however promoted and developed by the students themselves. It is innovative in its conception and design and works under the management of the students themselves, constituting the appropriate and closest meeting point for the sharing of innovative projects in the areas of entrepreneurship, business orientation, associationism, debate and reflection, as well as the presentation of ideas and proposals that will result in the professional projection of the students and in their transversal and practical training.

Life at the School

The School is a place of study and training, but above all it is a place of learning and reflection. In addition to the knowledge acquired, the School, which is made up of university students, professors and administrative and service staff, must be active and dynamic, especially when its field is in permanent relation to the reality of the economy and business world. Dynamism, activity and university life are key elements which clearly reflect the energy and enthusiasm transmitted by the students.

Facilities and Location

C/ Julián Romea 23, 28003 Madrid Telf: 91 456 63 00 / 91 514 04 00
Bus: A1, B6, 178, 389, 16, Circular, 2, 202, 44
Metro: L6 and L7
Cercanías Train: C3, C5 y C9


Dr. Don Ricardo J. Palomo Zurdo
Vice-Dean of Teaching, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Promotion
Dra. Dña. Isabel Lima Pinilla
Vice-Dean of Students, International Relations, Administration and Digital Agenda
Dr. D. Manuel María Molina López
Academic Secretary
Dña. Sonia Rodríguez Sánchez
Secretary to the Dean
Dña. Isabel de Valentín-Gamazo Alcalá
Secretaría de Decanato
Dña. Inés Matas Ramos


Bloomberg Training

The School offers Bloomberg training courses throughout the academic year. These aim to cover basic content, such as browsing the platform, but also advanced content, ranging from the analysis of macroeconomic data to that of financial derivatives, including equities and bonds.


Throughout the academic year, the School offers students the possibility of completing their academic training with practical courses in various subjects.


The School of Economics and Business organises Conferences, whose aim is to bring students closer to outstanding speakers from various professional fields in the business world.


Please stay tuned for the Dean's Office's Communications and the information given by the Degree Coordinators.

Professionals in the University

Within the framework of this programme, meetings are held with professionals from business and public administrations in the classrooms of the School. The aim is to provide our students with direct contact with professionals who have important responsibilities in different areas of the job market. These activities are regularly communicated to the students.

Visits to Companies and Institutions

The aim of these visits is to bring the workplace closer to students so that they can get to know first-hand the structure and operation methods of a company and the usual activities that are carried out. In them, they have the opportunity to share a working day with a professional and get to know first-hand the work they do, and the qualifications required.



The Department of Economics is comprised of 35 professors, 90% of whom are accredited PhDs and assigned to three Areas of Knowledge:

  • Applied Economics
  • Fundamentals of Economic Analysis
  • Economic History and Institutions


The Department of Business Economics of the School of Economics and Business of the CEU San Pablo University integrates professors specialized in the following functional areas or teaching subjects: Business Management and Organisation, Business Strategy, Human Resources, Business Ethics, Finance, Financial Market Analysis, Accounting, Accounting Information Analysis, Commercial Management and Direction, Marketing and Market Research.

These subjects are assigned to three Knowledge Areas of the Department:

  • Financial Economics and Accounting (Dr. Ricardo Palomo Zurdo)
  • Marketing and Market Research (Dr. Juan Carlos García Villalobos)
  • Business Organisation (Dr. Cristina Isabel Dopacio)


The Interfaculty Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics is made up of five Knowledge Areas:

  • Statistics and Computer Operations Research.
  • Computer Languages and Systems.
  • Applied Mathematics.
  • Mathematic Didactics.
  • Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business.

The subjects that form part of the Department have a distinct quantitative nature oriented towards the needs of the Schools, in which they are taught.



Presentation of the Dean

Welcome to the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences, a center that represents the essence of what its founder, Ángel Herrera Oria, wanted to offer with his efforts to society: a center in which the most demanding education would serve as the basis for the integral formation of our students to put their being and their knowledge at the service of the common good.

In our tireless search for truth, the fundamental premise of the University, we define ourselves with the following words: pioneers, coherent and committed.

Pioneers because we follow the footsteps of Mr. Ángel Herrera and the group of young people from the ACdP who were not afraid to be ahead of their time when they founded El Debate, the first School of Journalism or the Center for University Studies in 1933, the seed of what we are today. We take up their legacy to be the first in Spain to start a program in Digital Communication, combined with the depth of the Humanities, History and History of Art and to teach Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations from the multiple perspective of complete education, digital transformation and our international vocation. The international vocation that we consolidate with studies both in Spanish and in English, study abroad programs such as the International Bilingual Program (IBP) with UCLA Extension (University of California Los Angeles) and the hosting of hundreds of international students in our classrooms, which allows us to contribute to the expansion of our culture, our heritage and our language beyond our borders.

We continue being pioneers, and we do so with a laboratory for the creation of ideas, The HUB, where History can be transformed into a series or a novel, the Humanities are digitalized, Journalism and Audiovisual Communication fit into a cell phone and Advertising moves in the newest social networks.

We are coherent because we are the guardians of the values that we have received and we are committed not only to safeguard and show them to our students, but to take them beyond our borders in our constant search for internationalization. Today, more than ever, society needs well-trained people who can become the catalyst for change in the world through critical thinking based on Christian humanism.

We are committed because we take up the legacy of our predecessors in our decision to collaborate in the integral education of our students. Our daily work is born from our vocation of service in the task of preparing the young people who will be the future, guiding them in the achievement of the academic skills they need in their professional development and accompanying them in their personal journey. In the end, good people, well prepared and with good criteria, will make society a better place.

María Solano AltabaDean of the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences

Why Study in the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences?


The Faculty has its origin in the School of Journalism of the newspaper El Debate, the first initiative for higher education in communication in Spain, established in 1926 by Ángel Herrera Oria. Along with degrees in History, History of Art and Humanities, we offer degrees in Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, and the pioneer degree in Digital Communication.


We are the only center in Spain where it is possible to study all the degrees in Communication in English together with the possibility to stay and study in an English-speaking University. This international vocation is completed with the programs with Columbia University and Boston University (USA) and with the mobility of our students in European universities (Erasmus+) and the rest of the world (International Agreements).


Theoretical training in the classroom is combined with applied training, given in small groups in the modern facilities of the Audiovisual Center, as well as with internships in companies and public institutions, thanks to more than 1,000 collaboration agreements. We also have our own media: OnCEULab and La Agencia.


The various degrees are taught by more than a hundred professors, most of whom are accredited doctors with a long history of research, and who in many cases combine teaching with professional practice.

Facilities and Location

School of Humanities and Communication Sciences (provisional center during the construction of the new building) Campus in Moncloa Paseo de Juan XXIII, 3, 28040 Madrid E-mail: Telf. 91 456 42 00
Bus A1, B6, 178, 389, 16, Circular, 2, 202, 44
Metro L6 and L7
Cercanías Train: C3, C5 y C9

The Radio and Television studies have two professional radio studios, two television sets with Geevs technology, one of them virtual; two post-production rooms and three classrooms for non-linear editing.

The students of the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences have a free service of loan of equipment and reservation of facilities to carry out the practical work of the courses, the degrees’ final works (TFG) and their particular projects.

More information: The YouToube channel of the Audiovisual Center


Students of the School of Humanities at USPCEU can learn how to work in a real advertising agency from the very beginning. At The Agency there are real clients and assignments and students make ads that are published. From the first day you learn to work and have fun with your work; to be creative, to innovate and to work in a team. Our students know first-hand the daily work that professionals in the sector do, from creativity and planning to event organization.


It is the first university digital multimedia platform created in Spain, made by students. It is an initiative of the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences of the CEU San Pablo University. The project was promoted with the idea of offering students the opportunity to put into practice the theoretical knowledge they acquire in the classroom. The innovative aspect of the proposal is based on creating the conditions for students to combine the practice of traditional journalism with the knowledge of the technological tools that characterize the new communication landscape.

It is a training proposal for future professionals that has no lucrative purpose. The page has no advertising and does not receive income from any private company beyond the contributions of the University itself. The platform provides information on current events, culture, leisure, sports, etc., aimed particularly at the university public. The innovativeness of the project has aroused the interest of some media.

Visit OnCEULab.


From the beginning of their studies, our students have access to the latest professional photographic equipment - digital reflex cameras, medium format cameras, studio lighting, computer programs, etc. - and to different spaces where they can receive training in this area: set, digital classroom, editing room and conventional laboratory. There is also a free service of equipment loan and reservation of laboratory facilities so that our students can prepare their own work.


CEUMEDIA is a cultural project which aims to cover the big media through the Internet. The aim is to create high quality audiovisual products and propose a new way of understanding communication.


Dr. Dª María Solano Altaba

Dr. D. Emiliano Blasco Doñamayor
Dr. Dª Pilar García Pinacho

Academic Secretary
Dr. Dª María Teresa Cid Vázquez

Dean's Office
Ms.ª Pilar Herrera de Eusebio

Secretary of the Vice-Dean's Office
Ms.ª Susana Hernández Cambronero


Dr. D. Natalia Pérez Velasco

Audiovisual Communication
Dr. D. Javier Figuero Espadas

Digital Communication
Dr. Dª María Sánchez Martínez

Advertising and Public Relations
Dr. Dª Mónica Viñarás Abad

Dr. D. Ángel Arias Urrutia

History and Art History
Dr. Dª María Saavedra Inaraja


Mr. Cosme Ojeda Puig


Dr. Teresa Torrecillas Lacave
Secretary: Dr. D. Fernando Jiménez González

Audiovisual Communication and Advertising
Dr. Miguel Ángel de Santiago Mateos
Secretary: Dr. D. Roberto Carlos Gozalo García

Dr. Luis Eugenio Togores Sánchez
Secretary: Dra. Dª María Rodríguez Velasco



The Department of Journalism is made up of 31 professors, most of whom hold PhDs in three areas of knowledge: Journalism, Spanish Language, and Librarianship and Documentation. In addition, there are three emeritus professors of recognized prestige.

This Department was founded in the 1995/1996 academic year and from the beginning it has had professors combining teaching with professional practice in various media, such as the director of the ABC newspaper, Bieito Rubido; the editorialist of El País, Jorge Marirrodriga, or the director of Innovation of Vocento, Borja Bergareche. In terms of research, the Department's professors have sixteen recognized six-year term projects and participate in various research projects, both in R+D groups granted in public calls, and in research groups financed internally or in collaboration with other institutions. In addition, the professors of the Department belong as members of the Editorial Boards or assessors of ten scientific journals, and are members of professional and research associations, such as AE-IC, ECREA, SEP, AIRP, AEHC, etc.

Furthermore, the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences is part of the Spanish Association of Universities with Information and Communication Degrees (ATIC).


Founded in the 1995/1996 academic year, the Department of Audiovisual Communication and Advertising is made up of a faculty of more than fifty professors, most of whom are accredited doctors, many of whom combine academic and professional activity in the field of communication. The specific subjects of the Degrees in Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations and Digital Communication depend on this department and its professors are responsible for teaching the different subjects that make up the area of knowledge: cinema, institutional communication, creativity, design, photography, digital communication, marketing, new technologies, advertising, radio, public relations, television, etc.

Moreover, from the research point of view, the members of the teaching staff participate in different research projects with external and internal funding, they integrate the research groups ICOIDI (Communication through image and design), INCIRTV (media convergence) and the Communication Observatory of Corporate Social Responsibility (Ocare); and also participate in the Communication Trends Center of the University. The department also manages the SAI CARTV (Radio and Television Laboratories of the Audiovisual Center), which, like the other Research Support Services of the University, offers specialized facilities and materials to facilitate research activities.

In addition, many of the department’s professors are members of national and international professional and research associations such as the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, ACOP, AE-IC, ANIGP-TV, APM-FAPE, ASOCREA, CEC, DIRCOM, ECREA, ICA, SEP, Signis, DIMAD, etc.

Finally, the School of Humanities and Communication Sciences is part of the Spanish Association of Universities with Information and Communication Degrees (ATIC).


The Department of Humanities has three sections: History and History of Art; Literature and Thought and Languages. It currently has 85 professors, 60% of whom have a doctorate and are accredited, totaling up to 36 six-year and 157 five-year term research projects. The Department teaches in all the schools of our University, participating in its bilingual and international programs.

The teaching experience of the professors is complemented by solid research work reflected in the participation of the members of the Department in numerous research projects, both internally and externally, funded and in collaboration with other institutions. The academic excellence of the professors is also guaranteed by their numerous scientific publications and by their participation in national and international conferences, often resulting from stays in Spanish and foreign universities and research centers.



Presentation of the Dean

Dear Student,

The CEU San Pablo University has been teaching Pharmacy since 1973, first as a University College, and since 1993 as a Private University. The School of Pharmacy has diversified its academic offer since then, responding to the real need for new professional profiles. We teach Human Nutrition and Dietetics since 1999, Optics and Optometry since 2000, and since the academic year 2011-2012 we also offer the degree in Biotechnology.

Our School was a pioneer in the implementation of simultaneous degrees through an organization that optimizes the effort of the brightest students. Last year we offered for the first time in Spain an innovative and interdisciplinary educational proposal, the simultaneous degree in Pharmacy and Business Administration.

Seven years ago, we started a bilingual program in Pharmacy, with specialization in clinical trials, and in collaboration with the University of Chicago. This program was expanded two years ago with the incorporation of the offerings in Pharmacy and Bilingual Biotechnology. Most recently we have added a new program in Biotechnology, oriented to the management of biotechnology companies, which includes, as a novelty, an internship in companies of the sector in the United States.

With our degrees in Nutrition and Optics adapted to professionals, we are combining efforts to offer continuous, semi-presential training, adapted to professional practice and of an official nature. Our offer is completed with official postgraduate and doctorate programs. It is worth highlighting the beginning of the Doctorate Program in Health Science and Technology, within the CEU International Doctorate School (CEINDO). A program that has been possible thanks to the excellent research potential of this School.

The research groups work in 20 laboratories and carry out a remarkable work of knowledge generation. The funding of these groups (competitive projects from public and private organizations and contracts with the industry) amounted to €1,300,000 euros during the last academic year, with a scientific productivity that is reflected in the more than one hundred articles that the different groups publish each year in international journals of the JCR.

Our graduates are recognized in all professional fields, as evidenced by the high rate of employability of our graduates, corroborated by numerous testimonials and excellent results in national tests such as the FIR (No. 1 in 2013).

In short, teamwork and coordination of all human resources that constitute the essence of this school, be it professors, students or administration and services staff, allows the proper development of all activities involved in educative and investigative tasks.

Beatriz de Pascual-Teresa FernándezDean of the School of Pharmacy

Why Study in the School of Pharmacy?

The academic offer that we propose to our future students has been built through the experience of years of pedagogical innovation and adaptation to the new demands of society. Therefore, our Degrees, Simultaneous Degrees, and Bilingual Degrees, which respond to a global world, follow the criteria of the European Higher Education Area.

We also offer the possibility of completing the studies through master’s and doctorate programs.

These are relevant aspects in our School:


The CEU San Pablo University links its academic excellence to a clearly international vision in the formation of its students. This international dimension is reflected in the offer of Bilingual Degrees, International Mobility, International Internships, Summer University, Visiting Professors and other activities, all of them oriented to provide the student with an international academic experience that enables him/her to integrate into a global society.


The School of Pharmacy has laboratories, both for teaching and research, equipped with the most modern equipment. Likewise, it has a series of Support Services for research, both basic and clinical in the School and in the Hospitals, with the most advanced technologies.

The more than 70 teaching and research laboratories are equipped with modern tools: X-Ray, Mass Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Scanning Electronic Microscopy, Herbarium, Radiobiology Unit, Cell Culture Unit, Molecular Biology Laboratory, Biostatistics Unit, Animal Unit, Metabolism and Body Composition Unit, Food Technology Pilot Plant, Sensory Analysis Laboratory, Pharmacology and Experimental Toxicology Unit, Optometry and Contactology Office.

The School of Pharmacy also has 24 seminar rooms and 5 computer rooms.

Also, the Language Center of the CEU San Pablo University has a language laboratory in the School of Pharmacy.


The CEU San Pablo University, concerned about the professional future of its students, has the Center for Employment Guidance and Information (COIE). It was created with the aim of offering professional practices in the best companies and institutions in Spain and the rest of Europe, promoting the integration of its students into the labor market and guiding them through conferences on professional opportunities, training courses for job searches, the Entrepreneurs' Club, as well as the Occupational Observatory.

In fact, the students graduated from the School show a rate of 98.4% of labour insertion, with 21.8% being the insertion through the COIE.


The School of Pharmacy is a clear example of the University’s commitment to research.

The School of Pharmacy constitutes in a Research Center widely recognized for its excellence< and tradition, consolidated in the Spanish university scene as an innovative center thanks to a training project where the academic objectives are strongly interrelated: quality teaching, personalized attention to students and research excellence.

Research in our School ranges from the laboratory to clinical practice and the different lines of research have competitive public and private funding.

In current projects financed by pharmaceutical, chemical and food companies, a type of applied research is generally developed, whose results are valued in the short or medium term. Many of these large companies sponsor research initiation awards for students through the signature of Research Chairs. In addition, they offer places for our students to do internships during their studies.

The involvement of students in research activities is achieved through the offer of the Bachelor Thesis course, which is a unique opportunity through which students can gain experience in research methodology.

The University is not aimed at training only researchers, but the experience of facing current scientific problems or those of technological significance, induces a process of professional maturation before the completion of studies that is essential in their final phases.


The School of Pharmacy not only transmits knowledge and skills, seeking academic excellence and the best professional training of its students, but also their comprehensive education. The aim is to develop in the student a spirit of improvement, which is questioned with audacity but with responsibility.

For this development the student has the services of Religious, Volunteer, Sports and Cultural Activities.

Facilities and Location

The School of Pharmacy has laboratories, both for teaching and research, equipped with the most modern equipment. Likewise, it has a series of Support Services for research, both basic and clinical in the School and in the Hospitals, with the most advanced technology.

The School of Pharmacy also has 24 seminar rooms and 5 computer rooms.

The different buildings that combine the School of Pharmacy are located in the Montepríncipe Urbanization.

Campus in Montepríncipe Urbanización Montepríncipe 28925 Alcorcón Madrid, Spain Telf. 91.372.47.00
Bus: Línea 571, Línea 573, Línea 574
Metro Ligero Montepríncipe Station of the Line 3 of the Metro Ligero de Madrid
Car Exit 36 or exit 38 the service road or Boadilla del Monte road (M-511). Urbanization Montepríncipe.


School Secretary
Dr. D. Benito Garzón Sánchez

Dean's Office Secretary
Ms. Rosa Niño Lima



The practical classes take place in the laboratories or in the five computer rooms of the School.

In the higher courses, the students, in addition to carrying out practices in the laboratories of the School, move to engage in practices in other prestigious centers with which they have established the corresponding agreements. Likewise, the University offers students the Employment Guidance and Information Center, which facilitates their insertion in the labor market.

In the last academic year, 28% of the students of the Pharmacy degree did their supervised practice in Hospital Pharmacy and 10% did it outside the Community of Madrid and abroad thanks to the SICUE and ERASMUS+ mobility programs.


The School of Pharmacy has laboratories, both for teaching and research, equipped with the most modern equipment. It also has a series of Support Services for research, both basic and clinical in the School and in the Hospitals, with the most advanced technologies.

The more than 70 teaching and research laboratories are equipped with modern equipment: X-Ray, Mass Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Scanning Electronic Microscopy, Herbarium, Radiobiology Unit, Cell Culture Unit, Molecular Biology Laboratory, Biostatistics Unit, Animal Unit, Metabolism and Body Composition Unit, Food Technology Pilot Plant, Sensory Analysis Laboratory, Pharmacology and Experimental Toxicology Unit, Optometry and Contactology Office.


As soon as a student enrolls at the CEU San Pablo University, a tutor is assigned. The tutor's mission is to help the student improve his academic performance, to facilitate his participation in university life and his integral formation. The tutorial function is a dynamic element of the academic, personal and professional training process of the student, not only from the traditional field of academic advice but also from the orientation and personalized guidance of the training process and future employment.

In addition, each course of each degree has a Course Coordinator and a Coordinator of Studies. All of them, with the help of Student Attention Service, will guide the student in each situation that may arise.


In addition to public transport, there is a CEU-USP bus service, with several daily departures from Avenida de Séneca, 2 (Ciudad Universitaria) and from Plaza de Castilla:

CEU-USP bus service


The Research Seminars are a series of Conferences and Workshops (in Spanish and English) organized by the School of Pharmacy that allow students to acquire knowledge in different areas, and therefore complement the study program according to the professional interest of the student, as well as consolidate their skills in the English language.

Responsible: Nuria del Olmo Izquierdo



The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, lead by Professor Dr. Ana María Ramos González, is made up of 56 professors and the following areas of knowledge belong to it: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Edaphology and Agricultural Chemistry, Applied Physics, Chemical Engineering, Optics, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.


The Department of Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences, directed by Professor Dr. Gregorio Varela Moreiras, is made up of 54 professors and includes the following areas of knowledge: Botany, Ecology, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Plant Physiology, Immunology, Microbiology, Nutrition and Bromatology, Parasitology and Pharmaceutical Technology and Development.


The School of Pharmacy of the CEU San Pablo University is a Research Center widely recognized for its excellence and tradition, consolidated in the Spanish university scene as an innovative center thanks to a training project, whose academic objectives are strongly interrelated: quality teaching, personalized attention to the student, and research of excellence.

There are currently 126 active Research Projects with a budget of €7,000,000 euros. We also have 49 Scholarships for the training of research personnel. Of our staff 119 Researchers have been favorably evaluated by the CNEAI with a total of 132 recognized research sections.



Presentation of the Dean

Dear Student:

The School of Medicine offers degrees in Nursing, Physiotherapy, Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology, and Genetics In addition, the degrees of Dentistry and Physiotherapy are taught in English. Always under the hallmark of closeness between professor and student, tradition and innovation, and a personalized attention that makes us one of the most prestigious medical schools in the country.

We are a School that generates knowledge (research), transmits knowledge (teaching) and applies knowledge (assistance).

With a wide range of academic experience behind us, we are based on the basic principles of Christian humanism and, in this sense, our motto is E pluribus unum (out of many, one). Therefore, professors, students, administration and service staff form a group of enthusiastic people. To our future students, we also offer an excellent team of experienced professors, committed to teaching and research. With them, we carefully plan all our courses with attention to detail and rigour: theoretical classes, practices, exams, tutorials, bachelor’s thesis, specific scientific meetings for students...

In addition, we have excellent facilities at the Montepríncipe campus: classrooms, laboratories, dissection rooms, computer rooms, libraries, language laboratories and the latest technologies available (academic management portals, campus-wide wi-fi network, advanced laboratory equipment, etc.). We also have an active high quality university internship service that allows our students to put into practice for the first time the knowledge acquired in the different facilities that HM Hospitales has (HM Universitario Madrid, HM Universitario Montepríncipe, HM Universitario Puerta del Sur, HM Universitario Sanchinarro, HM Universitario Torrelodones and HM Universitario Nuevo Belén), in the Centro Integral Oncológico Clara Campal. Likewise, in the Clínica Universitaria Odontológica CEU-HM, in primary care centers in the community of Madrid, in addition to prestigious specialized clinics. The efficient management of all this is achieved thanks to our administration and services staff, who carry out a silent and effective work, providing our teachers and students with a day to day absolute teaching performance. The students also have personalized attention through academic, clinical and research tutors, which allow them to maintain an individualized training throughout their university career. In addition to technical and scientific training, the faculty offers a wide variety of cultural, sports and humanistic training to all students, thus adapting to the new health reality: multidisciplinary units, new specialties, leading diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, etc.

From the undergraduate stage, students receive theoretical and practical training in basic and clinical medical research, which will allow them to be future researchers while practicing translational medicine. The fact that a large number of faculty members are integrated into the different divisions of our Institute in Applied Molecular Medicine (IMMA) undoubtedly facilitates this research facet. On the other hand, the Master and PhD programs, oriented to the specialization of the students, constitute a unique opportunity to approach research in a high quality environment, accredited by ANECA, and allow the student to maximize his/her opportunities in the labor market. The adaptation of our faculty to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), makes the necessary convergence and integration with other European universities a reality. With many of them, we also have agreements that allow the exchange of students and professors.

Also, our students can benefit from our international vocation with our mobility agreements with different universities, both in Europe and in the rest of the world.

The undeniable value of everything mentioned so far is completed with the reinforcement of the classic values: teamwork, harmony, eagerness, respect for others, constancy, rigor, prudence, trust, coherence, effort and patience. Our goal is to make our students competent professionals, seriously committed to building a more humane and friendly society. To this end, we work so that our graduates attend to the future patients, in addition to solid theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and competences, with a large dose of humanity. We are convinced that we can train you as a competent professional, committed to society, who helps to improve the quality of life of our fellow men and women, sometimes healing, often relieving and always comforting.

On behalf of all the components, I give you the most sincere welcome to the School of Medicine of the CEU San Pablo University.

Tomás Chivato PérezDean of the School of Medicine

Why Study in the School of Medicine?


The clinical education of the degrees of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing are taught in high quality hospital centers, accredited for clinical teaching: the university centers of HM Hospitales, such as HM Universitario-Montepríncipe, near the campus, and HM Universitario Sanchinarro. At the same time, the clinical teaching of Dentistry is given in the University Dental Clinic (CEU-HM), located in Calle Arapiles, 8 (Madrid). In addition, from the third year onwards, clinical practices are also carried out in dental offices and care services of HM Hospitals and other subsidized clinics. On the other hand, the clinical teachings of Psychology and Physiotherapy are given in the specific services of specialized centers and in the university hospitals of the faculty.


Teaching and research are two inseparable realities at our University. The study of new pedagogical methods and techniques and the constant participation in national and international research programs make our professors excellent educators and professionals.


At CEU San Pablo University we are strongly committed to research, one of the main axes of our project of excellence and search for talent.

The School has infrastructure for research, basic and clinical, development and technological innovation, both on the university campus and in its care centers, equipped with modern facilities.

Furthermore, we have the Institute of Applied Molecular Medicine, where we combine clinical and basic research through 10 interdisciplinary programs in various medical-surgical specialties, which we carry out with the international collaboration of other universities and numerous biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.


The School of Medicine offers individualized attention to each student, so that at all times he or she has the support of the professors to face the challenges that the studies of each degree present daily during the academic year with planning and security. All of this is aimed at having our students work autonomously, but not independently, in a continuous and sustained manner, so that the graduates of our School have not only acquired solid knowledge, but also skills and abilities that are vital for the working world, such as the ability to be critical, to work in groups, to solve problems and make decisions, to plan work and time, or to adapt to new situations, environments and people.


The School of Medicine links its academic excellence to the international outlook of our students. This international dimension has been established through the signing of more than 30 international agreements with numerous universities and biomedical research centers around the world, which in turn allow students to benefit from international mobility through exchanges, international internships and summer universities, all of which are aimed at providing students with an international academic experience that will enable them to integrate into a multicultural society.


Montepríncipe Campus Urbanización Montepríncipe 28925 Alcorcón Madrid, España Telf. 91.372.47.00
Buses: Lines 571, 573 and 574 EU USP's own bus service, with several daily departures from Avenida de Seneca, 2 (Ciudad Universitaria) and from Plaza de Castilla:
Metro L3
Car Exit 36 or exit 38 by vía de servicio, or Carretera de Boadilla del Monte (M-511), km. 5,300. Urbanización Montepríncipe.


Dr. Tomás Chivato Pérez

Vice-Dean of Faculty
Dr. José Manuel Pozuelo González

Vice-Dean of Academic Affairs
Dr. Blanca Fernández Jiménez

Vice-Dean of Hospitals
Dr. José Barberán López

Vice-Dean of Research
Dra. María Marta Escribese Alonso

Director of the Institute of Applied Molecular Medicine (IMMA)
Dr. Domingo Barber Hernandez

Academic Secretary
Dr. Arancha Rodríguez de Gortázar Alonso-Villalobos

Grupo HM Hospitals

The clinical teaching of the degrees of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing are taught in high quality hospitals, accredited for clinical teaching: the university centers of HM Hospitals, such as HM Universitario-Montepríncipe, near the campus of the faculty, and HM Universitario Sanchinarro.

The clinical teaching of Dentistry is given in the University Dental Clinic (CEU-HM), located in Calle Arapiles, 8 (Madrid). In addition, from the third year onwards, clinical practice is also carried out in dental offices and care services of HM Hospitals and other subsidized clinics.

The clinical teachings of Psychology and Physiotherapy are given in the specific services of specialized centers and in the university hospitals of the School.


In the School of Medicine we have laboratories for both teaching and research, equipped with the most modern equipment. In addition, we offer our students clinical and basic support services for research, both in the school itself and in the hospitals associated with it, providing in this way the possibility, for our students, to work with the most advanced technology.


Since 2003 as School of Medicine of the CEU San Pablo University located in the Montepríncipe Campus and developed in the university hospitals of the School, belonging to the Grupo-Hospital of Madrid: Madrid Plaza Conde Suchil, Montepríncipe, Norte-Sanchinarro, Torrelodones and the Centro Integral Oncológico Clara Campal.


All Grupo HM Hospitals have Research and Development Laboratories that support the groups and clinical research projects currently underway.


The students have at their disposal Classrooms in the University Hospitals of the Grupo HM where the classes corresponding to the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th courses are taught in addition to the clinical sessions.


The School of Medicine has modern laboratories of Surgical Anatomy in the MED Building of the Monteprincipe Campus, equipped with the most modern audiovisual resources to facilitate learning.


In order to achieve the preclinical research projects, the School of Medicine has a stabulary at the Monteprincipe Campus.


It is a Research Center in Translational Medicine in which clinical and basic research are articulated and whose objective is to transfer to clinical medicine our advances in knowledge of the new molecular mechanisms involved in physiological and physiopathological processes. This Institute carries out research and technological development activities of interest to hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry, which will later serve as a technological platform for the creation of new business initiatives in the biomedical sector. The School of Medicine has infrastructure for research, basic and clinical, development and technological innovation, both on the university campus and in their care centers, equipped with modern equipment.

International Agreements

The School of Medicine has international agreements with the following universities:

  • Universidad Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Universität Regensburg
  • Fundación HA Barceló - Facultad de Medicina
  • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Argentina (UCA)
  • Medical University of Graz
  • Université de Liège
  • Haute École Léonard de Vinci-Institut de l'Enseigment
  • FMABC Brasil
  • Medical University Plovdiv
  • Universidad Católica del Maule
  • Universidad del Desarrollo de Chile
  • Universidad de los Andes
  • Universidad Santo Tomás de Santiago de Chile
  • "Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine"
  • IFSI Group hospitalier Paris - Saint Joseph
  • Institut de Formation IFPEK
  • Université Bordeaux Segalen (Université de Bordeaux )
  • Université Catholique de Lille
  • Université Catholique de Lyon
  • Université de Paris-Sud
  • Laurea University of Applied Sciences
  • LUMSA Università di Roma
  • Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano
  • Universitá degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
  • Universitá degli Studi di Firenze
  • Università degli studi di Salerno
  • Università degli Studi di Siena
  • Università di Roma "Tor Vergata"
  • Universitá degli Studi dell'Aquila
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
  • Universidad de Guanajuato
  • Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
  • Medical University of Bialystok
  • Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal
  • Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Oporto)
  • Universidade do Porto - Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar
  • Universidad Fernando Pessoa
  • Universidade Nova de Lisboa
  • Charles University in prague
  • Charles University (Plzen)
  • Kristianstad University



As soon as a student enrolls at the CEU San Pablo University, a tutor is assigned. The tutor's mission is to help the students improve their academic performance, to facilitate their participation in university life and their integral formation. The tutorial function is a dynamic element of the academic, personal and professional training process of the student, not only from the traditional field of academic advice but also from the orientation and personalized guidance of the training process and future employment.

Likewise, each course of each degree has the Course Coordinator and the Coordinator of Studies, all of whom with the help of Student Attention Service will guide the student in each situation that may arise.


In addition to the public transport, there is a CEU-USP bus service, with several daily departures from Avenida de Seneca, 2 (Ciudad Universitaria) and from Plaza de Castilla:

Bus service




Prof. Isabel Sánchez-Vera Gómez-Trelles


Prof. María Cruz Sádaba Argaiz

In the studies of Medicine, in the first and second courses, the knowledge of the different branches of science is promoted in relation to the bases and techniques of habitual use in Medicine. The practice laboratories serve to acquire the necessary skills and the critical analysis of the results, providing a more realistic view of the aspects developed in the theoretical classes.



Dr. Francisco Xavier Santos Heredero


Dr. Alicia de la Cuerda López

The student is integrated in one of our University Hospitals from the third year, developing the theoretical and practical teaching, guided by his personal tutor (in the clinical practices), without forgetting the obligatory passage by the necessary specialties.



Prof. Juan Carpio Jovani


Guillermo Charneco Salguero

Throughout four years, the student of the Nursing Degree receives a complete human, scientific, technical and clinical formation, according to the requirements of the European Union. Our University therefore directs its efforts so that the work developed by our students is easily recognizable and comparable in terms of level, quality and training to that of all the states of the European Union.



Prof. Carmen Martínez Cepa


Prof. Ángel Luis Rodríguez Fernández

The Degree in Physiotherapy is a modern degree, with a great demand. The CEU San Pablo University, in order to adapt the student's training to the future working reality, offers students a Study Plan that includes a wide range of practical activities, developed both in the Grupo HM Hospitals and in numerous specialized clinics, with which it has collaboration agreements.



Prof. Manuel Díaz Lanciego


Prof. Caridad Margarita Arias Macías

The First Cycle includes the basic core subjects that underpin scientific knowledge. In the Second Cycle (three years) the specific subjects that constitute the current field of Dentistry are studied, with a ratio of theory to practice of 1 to 2. These practices are carried out in the University Odontological Clinic CEU-HM, in the laboratories and Odontological Cabinets of simulated practices of the School, in the Cabinets of the Hospitals of the Grupo HM.



Dr. Pedro Luis Nieto del Rincón


Prof. Gabriel Dávalos Picazo

The top priority of the Psychology Department of the San Pablo CEU University is to train Graduates in Psychology who, with a complete humanistic training, have the maximum guarantee to access in the best conditions to the exercise of their profession as psychologists. The Study Plan includes a wide range of practical activities, developed both in the Grupo HM Hospitals and in numerous specialized centers, with which we have collaboration agreements.




Dear future student:

If you are reading this, it is probably because you are passionate about Architecture or Engineering and wish to work in one of these professions in the future. In the current economic-professional circumstances, you should know that, when you graduate, practising these professions is going to mean, in most cases, working with teams of international architects and engineers on projects that are going to be developed, in many cases, in very diverse geographical and cultural areas of the world.

Therefore, it is very important that you ensure that the education you receive prepares you adequately for a progressive and irreversible professional internationalisation. You should also ensure that this education is of the highest quality, in order to compete in the best possible conditions in a globalised professional market.

In the case of Architecture, the education given to passionate architects revolves around a study program in which the student may freely chose the language in which they wish to study. In resonance with this, students with outstanding academic records and English language requirements may complete part of their studies in foreign universities in an international extension of these. You should also know that our architecture studies have been positively evaluated by the National Architectural Accrediting Board or NAAD of the United States.

Together with the Architecture Degree, which is available completely in English and offers the full skill set required to be a qualified architect without the need to enrol in an enabling master, we offer a new Interior Design Degree specifically tailored for architects who wish to complement their academic formation with other studies. In addition to these, we offer to the Architecture division other study courses such as those regarding Digital Fabrication (in collaboration with the MIT) and those regarding Sustainability and Energy Efficiency (in collaboration with the Spanish Green Building Council).

As far as Telecommunications Engineering is concerned, we would like to place our educational emphasis on achieving a generalist training in the ICT sector that contemplates, in addition to the technical aspects, a decisive orientation towards innovation processes, entrepreneurship and business. This Degree is followed by a master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering (MUIT: Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering).

Since the 2013/2014 academic year, we have been committed to training Biomedical Engineers, engineering professionals oriented towards the application of analysis and design methodologies in the bio-sanitary field. We are starting this effort with a bachelor’s degree, which will be followed by a master's degree. As a differential element, we consider involving students, from the beginning of their studies, in training activities directly related to research, as we believe that these professionals are natural applied research leaders in a large part of the biomedical field. Logically, the professional we aim to train is oriented towards international and globalised markets, which is why the programme we have designed is bilingual.

We also offer, since the 2013/2014 academic year, a Double Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. With this unique offer in the Spanish university market, we seek to satisfy the student who wishes to train professionally, and simultaneously, in the field of ICT and Bioengineering.

Finally, we include in our offer, from the 2014/2015 academic year onwards, a new Degree in Information Systems Engineering, which can be studied simultaneously, at the Montepríncipe Campus, with Business Administration and Management or with Telecommunications Systems Engineering. Information systems are the technological support for the economic activity of companies, whether they are SMEs or large multinationals. The Information Systems Engineer is in charge of designing these systems. Starting from the 2015/2016 academic year, this degree can be combined with the Telecommunications Systems Engineering degree; with this double degree, students acquire a premium training in the area of ICT, without competition in the market.

I hope to see you soon at the Institute of Technology.

David J. SantosDirector of the Institute of Technology


An active School

The Institute of Technology organises a multitude of valuable activities as a fundamental part of its academic excellence programme. To this end, master classes are organised with guest professors and architects of great national and international recognition such as Rafael Moneo, John Barton (Stanford University) or Charles Waldheim, from Harvard University, as well as joint studies with universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, visits and study trips to countries in Europe, Asia and America, competitions and other complementary activities that complete the education acquired in the classrooms.


At the Institute we believe that academic education should be guided and focused by personal and academic tutors, something of fundamental importance to ensure the correct educational development of a student.

Given the importance of both figures, the resources that the Institute allocates to tutoring are significant; the average professor commits to tutoring approximately 50% of his/her yearly educational working hours.

Innovation and Quality of the Faculty
Awarded students

Students at the Institute have received numerous awards from independent university institutions, organisations and companies. For example, only in specific competitions for final projects of Architecture, 16 Architecture students have been awarded prizes, both in national and international calls. The ratio between awarded students and graduates is extraordinarily high.

Final Project

In order to obtain the degree, each student must prove their ability by producing and presenting a final project similar to those they may encounter in their professional life, combining the different disciplines learned in the courses of the degree.

Students who are enrolled in Final Project Course of the Architecture degree have a specific workshop dedicated to them. It is organized to simulate a professional office, where students have working resources (computer equipment, scanners, plotters, library, etc.) and where they meet with their tutors to discuss their work.

The number of tutors in the workshop in the areas of project knowledge, structures, installations, construction and city planning is 28 (the approximate ratio is 1 tutor for every 4.5 students).

The Institute allocates numerous resources to the Final Project phase, since it is in this area that students must integrate all the knowledge acquired in their studies and demonstrate their aptitude for professional performance in a final exercise. The Institute constantly evaluates the quality of the degree's final phase, as it a reliable way to measure the quality with which the overall degree is taught.

Tailored Teaching

The student requires a balanced training in all Architecture disciplines: technical, humanistic and design. Each one of them requires its own system of work and learning, and in our Institute the adaptation of each student to them is pursued. We achieve this requirement, since the groups never exceed 45/50 students, and the teachers can offer individual assistance when required. All subjects entail the possibility to tutoring. Many technical subjects also offer specific practice programmes.

In subjects that have a workshop structure (technical drawing, first years’ computer graphics labs, project workshops and city planning workshops based upon those previously coursed, construction workshops and final years’ structures and facilities) each group has two professors simultaneously, an aspect that encourages to the debate and generate a critical view from the students, which is something that the Institute considers a fundamental teaching tool.

Complementary Education in the Access Course

It is considered essential to consolidate and, if necessary, refresh the knowledge acquired by new students from their last high school years. To this end, preparatory courses are organised during the first weeks of the studies. Similarly, tutoring is complemented with extra courses in some subjects, dedicated to students who need additional support during the course.

The Institute’s Summer School organises specific bilingual courses aimed at students entering the University, introducing them to the study of Architecture.


There is also a programme for technological pre-university students, developed among the CEU group schools of Madrid, consisting in a series of seminars on innovative technological subjects aimed at high school students. All these activities are of an eminently practical and applied nature and seek to stimulate high school students towards technological disciplines.

The Adaptation of the Faculty to the EHEA

The teaching staff of the Institute has been progressively trained and adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) since the 2001 academic year, when the renewed plan began to be implemented. In addition to establishing in the different subjects the obligation to evaluate the student continuously, introducing specific practice programmes, incorporating in a decisive way the new technologies to teaching, or to plan the teaching methodologies, the teaching staff has been trained within the Plato programme, in collaboration with Harvard University, in new techniques for the structuring of the teaching in the classrooms and the improvement of the students' performance, stimulating (especially in the theoretical filed, where this tradition did not exist previously) the use of methods for the development of directed classes (case method).


Our Institute's professors have initiated research projects that are being opened up to student participation. In Architecture, lines of research related to accessibility, sustainable urban development, building material properties and their application to building structures and the energy assessment of buildings are being promoted.

At the moment, the Institute has laboratories for building materials and procedures, structures and facilities. A research project has been developed regarding the integral design of efficient systems and buildings (BALI).

The Institute participates in the AEI Cerámica (Innovative Business Group of the Structural Ceramics Industrial Sector), a cluster in which companies from the sector, universities and research centres participate.


Montepríncipe Campus Urbanización Montepríncipe 28925 Alcorcón. Madrid
Buses 571, 573, 574
Metro Ligero L3
Educational Areas

The Institute is a total of 35,000 m2 in size and counts with the following specific facilities for architecture students:

  • 1 assembly hall (525 seats). 2 conference rooms (2x144 seats) and 1 main hall (288 seats)
  • 24 theoretical classrooms (25 to 60 seats each), 6 of which can be converted into 2 triple-capacity classrooms.
  • 1 classroom (180 seats) and 2 workshops (2x50 seats) for evaluation and exams.
  • Computer graphics laboratories (2x30 fixed places) with resources for learning computer tools for CAD, GIS and digital image processing.
  • Classrooms for natural drawing (50 seats, maximum capacity) and analysis of architectural forms (85 seats, maximum capacity) for the drawing of architectural models, with an archive and correction area.
  • 6 workshops for architectural projects (6x40 seats), with an archive and corrections area.
  • Laboratories for research and teaching of building materials and construction procedures (26 places), equipped with machinery for materials testing.
  • 1 laboratory for building structure research and teaching (32 places), with testing machinery (60t traction-compression machine, 50t testing portal), and structural models for teaching in civil and building engineering.
  • 1 laboratory for research and teaching of building facilities (16 places).
  • Final Project workshop (80 seats), dedicated exclusively to the work of students in the Final Project phase of the Architecture studies, with an area for work criticism and correction, printing, plotting and scanning area, work archives, storage and lockers area, and specific computer equipment (10 seats)
  • 1 model workshop (50 places) with specific machinery and laser cutting machines, equipped to ease the work of students in projects, urban planning or construction.
  • 1 computer room with free access (40 fixed posts, 20 additional high-capacity connections) to facilitate printing and plotting their work, equipped with colour and B/W plotters and printers (8 plotters, 2 large-format plotters, 8 high-definition printers and other printing media), cameras and scanners (3 scanners, 1 large-format scanner, 2 scanners of other formats), licences for specific programmes for calculating, drawing and manipulating images, databases, high-capacity data lines, etc.
Study Areas

4 areas prepared for the student's independent work (about 320 seats for independent work, not counting the library and Final Project workshop). The Institute considers it a priority to offer the student a comfortable environment for independent work throughout the opening hours of the centre.


Studying seats (free access): 267

Multimedia rooms: 6

Opacs consultation: 3

Services: Acquisitions, Digital Library, Documentary Information Centre (interlibrary lending), Media Library, Lending Service, Researchers' Room, Training of Users


School Director
David Santos Mejía

Architecture Division Director
Federico de Isidro Gordejuela

Architecture and Design Department Director
Pablo Campos Calvo-Sotelo

Architecture and Design Department Secretary
Eduardo de la Peña

Information Technologies Department Director
José Manuel Vázquez Sierra

Information Technologies Department Secretary
Víctor López Millán

Information Technologies Secretary
Concepción Pérez Gutiérrez

Sub-Management of Academic Resources Organization
Marta López Gorría

Secretaries of the Directorate
Esther Fernández Escarramán
Santiago Pariente Castellanos



In addition to public transport there is a CEU-USP bus service, with several daily departures from Avenida de Séneca, 2 (Ciudad Universitaria) and from Plaza de Castilla:

Bus service


The Institute offers students a broad range of activities, in parallel with their studies. These activities are also open to students from other schools or faculties and to the general public. The school gives great importance to this type of complementary training, which it believes is necessary for the integral formation of the university student.



The Department of Architecture and Design includes the professors who teach the Degree in Architecture and the future Degrees in Design and Civil Engineering.

The Degree in Architecture trains students in technical and humanistic subjects typical of the architecture profession. It enables the student to exercise the design activity that makes it possible to generate appropriate spaces according to each specific need, visually communicate information, facts, ideas and values useful to mankind, as well as for the full solution of constructive, urban and graphic design problems. These disciplines involve processing and expressing social, cultural, perceptive, aesthetic, technological and environmental factors in terms of form.

The department has active research groups with various lines of research, including 'Landscape Architecture'; 'Thermo-structural analysis of various construction materials at high temperatures'; 'History of Architecture and Urbanism and life cycle analysis of construction materials’.

In order to complement the education in several Architecture courses, two independent programmes have been designed: The Digital Manufacturing Workshop and Energy Efficiency and Construction Sustainability. With these programmes it is possible to deepen in theoretical and practical knowledge of subjects of the degree that are included in the study plan but can be further developed.


The Institute’s Information Technology Department has been educating Telecommunications Engineers and Computer Engineers since 2000. Under the new model established for Higher Education (Bologna Declaration) these professionals begin their academic training through a Degree; in our case, through the Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering and the Degree in Information Systems Engineering. These degrees are complemented by a Master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering (qualifying for the regulated profession of Telecommunications Engineer) and a Master’s degree in Information Systems Engineering (not yet implemented). In addition, we have started training Biomedical Engineers through our Degree in Biomedical Engineering, which is bilingual, and whose objective is to train engineering professionals specialised in the application of analysis and design methodologies characteristic of Information and Communication Technologies in the bio-sanitary field. This ambitious project, which will be completed in the future with a University Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering, focused on educating researchers of this field, also enjoys participation from the Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine of the CEU San Pablo University.

For students with greater educational ambitions, we have designed three double itineraries, through which it is possible to study two degrees simultaneously. These itineraries consist of one more academic year than the single degree programmes (5 years in total), and count with an increased workload throughout the academic year in comparison with the single degree. They clearly imply an extra effort from the student, but we believe that the double degree graduates will acquire a premium profile for the labour market.

Although, as we said above, all Institute’s graduates receive education with a marked emphasis on innovation, entrepreneurship and business, in the case of graduates from the Engineering Division, this emphasis is complemented by specific training in the so-called "soft skills", since we cannot conceive of engineering practice without a practical mastery of these skills.

Finally, in addition to strictly academic training, in the Engineering Division we provide "in-company" training for companies, through "full-custom" programmes, adapted to the specific needs of our clients.


The research activity of the members of both departments (the Departments of Architecture and Design and Information Technologies) is very diverse, based on the participation in research projects of the CEU San Pablo University itself and other official institutions, carried out in collaboration with multidisciplinary and interuniversity teams.


The Architecture programme of the Institute of the CEU San Pablo University has successfully passed the verification process by the NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board) of the United States. This accreditation is labelled as International Certification when it is granted to universities outside the United States. This grants architects with degrees from our Institute the necessary qualifications to register as architects in most states of the United States of America, with the same professional rights as architects with American degrees from other NAAB-accredited schools.