University of Alcalá

About The University of Alcalá

University of Alcalá (Universidad de Alcalá) is a public university northeast of Madrid in Spain. Renowned in the Spanish-speaking world for its annual presentation of the highly prestigious Cervantes Prize, the University currently enrolls over 28,000 students, nearly 10,000 of whom are following master's courses and other postgraduate degrees. The university has over 2,600 professors, lecturers and researchers across 24 departments. 

The University is proud of its modern and efficient administration but also steeped in history, one of the university's campuses was from mediaeval times by the Complutense University of Madrid, before it was relocated from Alcalá to Madrid in 1836. 
Role in AToM project:
  • monitor progress, manage deadlines and develop reporting procedures
  • develop subject-specific content for the AToM module for the Master's in Telecommunication Engineering 
  • evaluate the project and publish the outcomes. 
Master's in Telecommunication Engineering (MEng)
at the University of Alcalá:
  • Course lasts 18 months
  • Taught in Spanish and English
  • Application deadline: July 2017 
Go to AToM module

Find us

Address: University of Alcalá, Pza. San Diego, 28801 - Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain.
Phone: +34 91 885 40 00

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