The Camilo José Cela University has been highlighted in the latest rankings specialized in education published by the newspaper El Mundo and Forbes magazine, where the UCJC stands out both for its educational model and its degrees and for its campus facilities.
El Mundo’s special ’50 Careers’ is a reference guide for the Spanish press that lists the 50 degrees most in demand by students, arranged alphabetically, and the five most suitable universities to take them. On this occasion, the Camilo José Cela University has been included for its Master’s Degree in Primary Education, of which the newspaper highlights that “it includes complementary titles such as the International Baccalaureate certificates and the Ecclesiastical Declaration of Academic Competence.”
The Master’s Degree in Primary Education at the Camilo José Cela University allows its students to develop this profession in any of the more than 3,500 schools belonging to the International Baccalaureate Organization in the world.
Forbes magazine, for its part, has included Camilo José Cela University in its Special University and Business Schools. In it he explains the educational model of the UCJC, emphasizing the three pillars on which it is based, interdisciplinarity, innovation and internationalization. In addition, it highlights its high employability of its students at the end of their studies, stating that “70% of its undergraduate students work for others and the percentage rises to 85% in master’s degrees.”