Carlos III University of Madrid

The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid is a public university in Madrid, Spain. Its three campuses are located in the municipalities of Leganés, Colmenarejo and Getafe. It is a very well known for the quality of its teaching and academic research, its international orientation and its higher than average study workload. Its name refers to Charles III of Spain.

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http://www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/home
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