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Rey Juan Carlos University
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Motto "Non nova, sed nove"
Established 1996
Type Public
Rector Prof. Pedro Gonz√°lez Trevijano
Students 17228
Location Madrid, Móstoles,Alcorcón and Fuenlabrada, Madrid, Spain
Campus urban
Affiliations CRUE, CRUMA
Website http://www.urjc.es

The Rey Juan Carlos University (Spanish: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, URJC) is a public university located in Madrid (Spain), whose name refers to king Juan Carlos I of Spain. It was created in 1996 and has the Latin motto Non nova, sed nove ("Not new things, but in a new way"). Its headquarters are located in Móstoles, where the Rectorate is, although URJC is divided in four campus:

  • Institute of Experimental Sciences and Technology in M√≥stoles (since 1998).
  • Faculty of Health Sciences in Alcorc√≥n (since 1998).
  • Faculty of Law and Social Sciences in Vic√°lvaro (Madrid) (since 1998).
  • Faculty of Communication Sciences, School of Tourism and Technical School of Telecommunication Engineering in Fuenlabrada (since 2000).

It also has three associated centres:

  • Institute of Commercial Management and Marketing in Somosaguas (Madrid).
  • ESERP Institute in Madrid.
  • Centre of Research and Teaching, located in the so-called Nuncio's Palace in Aranjuez.
URJC Rectorate Building
URJC Building located in Manuel Becerra Square in Madrid
1st Department Building, Móstoles Campus
2nd Department Building, Móstoles Campus
2nd Classroom Building (right) and 2nd Laboratory Building (left), Móstoles Campus

The catalogue of studies of this university comprises: Computer Science, Chemical engineering, Environmental Science, Odontology, Infirmary, Physiotherapy, Audiovisual Communication, Telecommunications, Tourism, Journalism, Law, Economy, among others.

The Rey Juan Carlos University organizes its summer courses in Aranjuez.

This university has a corporate directory (http://gente.urjc.es) which facilitates and promotes the communication within the university scope.

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