University Camilo José Cela (UCJC) took part on 27 and 31 March in the Education Week 2019 of IFEMA-AULA education fair, where it presented its new and flexible learning environments LearningLab and DesignLab that promote collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and communication, with the main objective of allowing students an active role in their learning.
With the opening of these new spaces for all undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, University Camilo José Cela is at the forefront of education in teaching and learning spaces as a fundamental keystone of their educational model. At UCJC methods, technology and space are directly related to education, specialisation and instilling values in students, with the aim of obtaining a comprehensive and global learning experience.
The UCJC stand (3D12, Pavilion 3) showcased its academic offer of International Degrees (Digital Arts, Communications, Business and Technology and Urban Management); Official Degrees (Film, Protocol and Event Management, Criminology, Law, Early Childhood Teaching, Primary Education Teaching, Sciences of Physical Activity and Sports, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Psychology and Transport Sciences and Logistics), Joint Degrees (Law + Criminology, Primary Education + Early Childhood Education Teaching, Primary Education Teaching + Psychology, Early Childhood Teaching + Psychology, Physical Activity and Sports Science + Physiotherapy, Nursing + Physiotherapy and Psychology + Criminology) and Higher Vocational Training (Transport and Logistics, Higher Technical Course in Sports Education and Instruction, Early Childhood Education and International Trade).
Visitors were able immerse themselves in a virtual tour 360 of the UCJC Villafranca Campus with virtual reality goggles. With an immersive visualisation, this interactive navigation allowed visitors to explore spaces such as labs, new learning environments, large outdoor and sports areas, the library or international halls of residence.
Careers guidance and advice
A team of experts was available to visitors to advise them on the most appropriate academic offer according to their personal preferences and interests.
With the motto ‘If you want to do something different, then study something different’ the UCJC sums up its unceasing search for innovative, international and interdisciplinary learning. University Camilo José Cela promotes a way of learning based on collaborative culture, cooperative work, the development of creativity, communication, critical thinking, visual thinking and social and communication skills. The main objective is to prepare students for their professional future and make them grow as people and citizens, in addition to contributing to the improvement of their skills, highlighting their potential and favouring the acquisition of skills.