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Monday, June 10, 2024 at 15:01 p.m.

The URJC is the one that attracts the most foreign students from the Community of Madrid

The URJC is the one that attracts the most foreign students from the Community of Madrid The URJC is the one that attracts the most foreign students from the Community of Madrid

The latest edition of the U-Ranking, an index prepared by the BBVA Foundation, records significant increases for the Rey Juan Carlos University in aspects such as international mobility or the PDI/Students ratio.

Raul Garcia Hemonnet

Good news for the international image of the Rey Juan Carlos University. According to the U-Ranking of the BBVA Foundation, the URJC is the university in the Community of Madrid that attracts the most foreign students.

Continuing at the regional level, the University occupies a relevant position in the indicators of 'Cut-off grade' (73,83 points) and 'Permanence rate' (79,61 points), in which it ranks as the third university in the Community of Madrid.

On the other hand, and taking into account all Spanish universities, the URJC improves positions in aspects such as international mobility or the PDI/Students ratio with increases of 6,47 and 7,05 points respectively compared to the previous edition.

As indicated by Diana Benito, Deputy Vice-Rector for Strategy, “the cut-off grade and the retention rate are two key indicators that reflect the quality, reputation and attractiveness of a university. These results suggest that it is doing a good job of attracting good domestic students, improving the quality of education, and keeping our students enrolled. All this results, without a doubt, in a "positive contagion effect" at the international level."

A new ranking that endorses the good work of the university community to make a better university every day