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UC3M among the ten Spanish universities with the highest employability

Forbes List 2023


The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is among the ten Spanish universities with the highest employability, according to the Forbes 2023 List. This ranking lists the universities with the highest employment rates among their students.

La UC3M, entre las diez universidades españolas con mayor empleabilidad

The university education system in Spain is evolving towards a more practical educational model with updated degrees that accelerate young people's access to the job market. This is what Forbes magazine's latest ranking analyses, in which UC3M is ranked as the seventh Spanish university with the highest employability rate. In first place is the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Polytechnic University of Madrid) (UPM), followed by the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio (Alfonso X el Sabio University) (UAX) and the Universidad Pública de Navarra (Public University of Navarre) (UPNA).

UC3M excels due to the agreements it has with more than 3,000 companies and institutions for undergraduate and postgraduate students to carry out professional internships. In total, it offers 38 undergraduate degrees and 13 double degrees, and its educational model is based on continuous development, which gives greater prominence to the students' efforts, their involvement in classes and the preparation of work, exercises and internships.

Forbes is a magazine founded in the United States that publishes lists related to the field of business and finance every year. The latest published list is the one that brings together the ten Spanish universities achieving the highest employment among their graduates.

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