Rey Juan Carlos University is the first in the community of Madrid in terms of employability, ranking seventh in Spain among the 47 presential public universities in our country. This is confirmed by the social security affiliation indicators for university graduates published on November 20 by the Ministry of Universities, which show that the URJC has an affiliation rate 10 percentage points above the average for Spanish public universities one year after completing its degrees, while also heading the list in the second and fourth year after completing studies. This shows the impact of our university on society, since this leadership is present in all areas of knowledge and proves the quality and involvement of teachers, the existence of curricula adapted to social needs and the collaboration with the different actors in the university’s environment.

Last Friday, November 24, the newspaper El Independiente published an article on this matter, which you can read here.