Autonomous University of Madrid
The Autonomous University of Madrid is one of the top universities of Spain and commonly known by its Spanish initials UAM or as "la Autónoma". UAM is a Spanish public university established in 1968. The university's main campus has been located in Cantoblanco, a rural area in the northern outskirts of Madrid. Throughout its history, UAM has been one of Spain's most prominent higher education institutions.
The university is divided into eight faculties and superior schools that support and coordinate most of the university's academic and administrative activity: Faculty of Philosophy and Liberal Arts, Law, Economical Science and Business Management, Sciences, Medicine, Faculty of Psychology, Teacher Training and Education and the Engineering School.
About 36000 students study here. Among them 2300 are foreign students.
- David Camacho