How many students are there?


In the 2020-21 academic year, some 175 students.

In the 2021-22 academic year about 350 students began their studies in ETSII degrees.

In the 2021-22 academic year there are a total 2000 students approx.





Video game congress organized by the VirtualSoul student association, in which attendees can learn from professionals in the video game industry. As a result of a series of talks that cover all areas of video game development (game concept, game design, development, 2D/3D design, ...) those interested can expand their knowledge.



This conference, organized by the students of the Degree in Cybersecurity Engineering of the Rey Juan Carlos University, is free and non-profit. The central theme is cybersecurity, which is addressed from different points of view through talks and workshops. The first edition was held in January 2019 with a great reception (close to 200 attendees), so it will be repeated annually, always in the first weeks of the second academic semester.

The target audience of the HackONs are students of degrees related to technology, but also professors, researchers and professionals. For this reason, all the activities included in the agenda are informative and/or technical in nature (the content cannot be commercial in any case), trying to cover all the topics of interest to the attending public with a program that is as diverse as possible. For more information, you can consult the websites of the HackOn and the first edition videos.


IP day

From the areas of Statistics and Operational Research of the Department of Computer Science, Computer Architecture, Computer Languages ​​and Systems and Applied Mathematics, of the Department of Science and Engineering of Materials and Electronic Technology, in collaboration with the Mathematics delegation of the ETSII, the National Association of Mathematics Students (ANEM) and the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society (RSME), organize a session of seminars, presentations, workshops and competitions on the occasion of the celebration of IP Day, joining many of the celebrations nationals that will be that day. These sessions will be focused on introducing students to the world of mathematics, from a professional and informative point of view. The event takes place on March 14 of each year at the Móstoles campus of the URJC. The objective is to change the thinking that mathematics only has teaching or research opportunities.  

The original idea came from Larry Shaw, an American physicist who in 1988 came up with the idea of ​​celebrating the day of the number π on March 14. The US Congress in 2009 officially declared this day, March 14, to be International π Day. Since then, every year more and more people join to celebrate this day, with π as host, to prepare and enjoy mathematics.

Final Degree Project

  • The registration of the TFG can be done at any time because the call is continuous, although it is recommended to do it at the beginning of the course.
  • There is no ordinary or extraordinary call because it is a continuous call. Therefore, the defense can be made at any time during the course until the established deadline.
  • In the 2021-22 academic year, the term ends on July 20, 2022.
  • Regulations TFGs ETSII (Approved by the School Board on 03/11/2023)
  • URJC regulations for the Final Degree Project.
  • Access to the URJC TFGs Platform

External internships and job offers

External internships (for students)

Students have to carry out external internships as part of their training.

ETSII external internship coordinators

Job offers (for graduates)

ETSII graduates can receive job offers at the Employment exchange of the URJC.