URJC is the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. The young university was founded in 1996 and is one of the eight universities in the Community of Madrid. If you're studying at URJC, you can count on innovative and forward-thinking teaching methods that will prepare you for the future - its motto does translate to "Not new things, but in a new way" after all. URJC is spread out over four different campuses outside Madrid's centre: Móstoles, Alcorcón, Vicálvaro, and Fuenlabrada. Each campus is home to one or more of the universities schools, but you can usually count on all your classes being at the same campus. To get to URJC's main campus in Móstoles, from the centre of Madrid, you can take the C5 train from Atocha station. It takes about 45min to get there. Alternatively, if you're living nearby you can get the 522 or the 526 bus, or the 12 line to the URJC station. Photo Credits: Ángel Serrano Sánchez de León
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Living in Madrid is an incredible experience. Madrid is the best place in the country to savour all that Spanish cuisine has to offer, as well so many other local traditions. Here, you will always have something new to do, as Madrid is one of Europe’s most vibrant cities.
Madrid is home to one of the world’s most famous museums – the Museo del Prado. However, there are plenty more landmarks and museums to see. Whenever you want to party, the city will be ready for it! Studying in Madrid can’t be done without experiencing the tapas the city is known for. Head over to Malasaña or the party barrios near La Latina to experience just how the Madrileño students enjoy their tapas and cañas.
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