Technical University of Madrid
History and objectives
It was established in 1972. One of its main objectives is internationalization. It seeks to strengthen relations with other countries (USA, Japan, etc.) and participates actively in international networks.
- General Secretary.
- Management Office.
- Eight Vice-Rectors.
- Campus Sur.
- Campus of Montegancedo.
- Leonardo da Vinci.
- Tempus programme.
- International agreements (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Eslovaquia, Slovenia, Finland, Great Britain, Estonia, France, Greece, The Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Polonia, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden).
- member of ATHENS and Global Engineering Education Exchange GE3, Universia, CGU Network , CAESAR-Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research, IAU-International Association of Universities, SEFI-European Association of Teaching of Engineers, EUA-European University Association, EAIE-European University for International Exchanges, GE4/AE3.
First term from September to February and second term from February to June.
112 departments focused on different subjects:
- Roads, Channel and Ports.
- Topography, Geodesy and Cartography.
- Physics and Sport.
- Higher Education.
- Technological Architecture.
- Public Works.
Graduate (4-5 years)
- Aeronautical Engineering.
- Agricultural Engineering.
- Chemical Engineering.
- Computer Engineering.
- Environmental Sciences.
- Geodesics and Cartography Engineering.
- Geology Engineering.
- Highland Forest Engineering.
- Industrial Automation and Electronics Engineering.
- Industrial Engineering.
- Industrial Operations Engineering.
- Materials Engineering.
- Mining Engineering.
- Naval and Oceanic Engineering.
- Physical Education and Sports.
- Road, Channel and Harbour Engineering.
- Telecommunications Engineering.
Diploma (3 years)
- Aeronautical Engineering: Air Transportation.
- Aeronautical Engineering: Aerospace Equipment and Materials.
- Aeronautical Engineering: Aircraft.
- Aeronautical Engineering: Aircraft Engines.
- Aeronautical Engineering: Airports
- Agricultural Engineering: Agricultural and Food Industries.
- Agricultural Engineering: Agricultural Machinery and Structures.
- Agricultural Engineering: Farm Operations.
- Agricultural Engineering: Fruticulture and Gardening
- Civil Engineering.
- Computer Engineering for Management.
- Forest Engineering.
- Industrial Engineering: Electricity.
- Industrial Engineering: Industrial Chemistry.
- Industrial Engineering: Industrial Electronics.
- Industrial Engineering: Mechanics.
- Mining Engineering: Combustible and Explosive Energy Resources.
- Software Engineering.
- Telecommunications Engineering: Electronic Systems.
- Telecommunications Engineering: Sound and Image.
- Telecommunications Engineering: Telecommunications Systems.
- Telecommunications Engineering: Telematics.