Welcome to the Madrid-Almagro Campus

We have bolstered our presence in the capital with a large building devoted to our Executive Education area.

The 3,500 building houses some twenty classrooms and a large covered 600 events halls to house different events and activities. 

The building is located in a strategic location and is representative of a classical, yet modern, cosmopolitan Madrid, in a former palazzo built in 1920 by the architect Gustavo Fernández Balbuena. 

In an urban setting with magnificent services and communications, the building is located close to such emblematic plazas as Alonso Martínez, Colón, Rubén Darío, Chamberí and Bilbao. The building formerly housed the British Institute and the Japan Foundation, it is currently outfitted with the ideal structure and resources for a teaching facility.

Opening times: By appointment

Contact: 91 815 31 31 / E-mail: info@ucjc.edu


Practical Information

  C/ Almagro, 5
28013, Madrid, Spain
  91 815 31 31

How to get there
The building can be accessed from different streets: from Calle Sagasta, from Calle Génova and from Glorieta Rubén Darío. Lines 3, 7, 21, 37, N23, N25 y N26.
Lines 3, 7, 21, 37, N23, N25 y N26
Metro: Alonso Martínez (line 4), Rubén Darío (line 5) and Colón (line 10). Cercanías rail: Recoletos station.