Postal address:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Phone numbers:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72
 
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Postal address:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Phone numbers:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72
 
Directory

Experimental Economics Laboratory

Maps and Public Transport

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Living on Madrid

Madrid, strategically located at the geographical centre of the Iberian Peninsula, is the cEstatua de Velázquiezapital of Spain. With a population of 3.2 million, Madrid is one of the most populated cities of the European Union – only Berlín and London are more populated – and one of the most important financial and business centers. Madrid is also an international cultural reference, with some the world's greatest museums (like the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza or the Reina Sofía) and a rich activity in all artistic fields. All this, combined with the momentum of a society that is dynamic and open, and at the same time warm and welcoming, has turned this metropolis into one of the western world's great capitals


You can find more information on the following links:

esMADRID.com In this section you can find everything you need to prepare your visit to our city. Information on museums, monuments, accommodations, food, tourist information ..., a review of the concepts that define Madrid.

Madrid! y Comunidad de Madrid: Official webpage of the City of Madrid and the Community of Madrid where you will find useful information regarding administrative pMadridrocedures, health, environment, ...

Ministry of Education: Information about the Spanish education system (universities, scholarships and grants, recognition of qualifications, ...)

Transport in Madrid

Weather in Spain

QDQ: Telephone companies, individuals, services, leisure and other relevant information.


Madrid, strategically located at the geographical centre of the Iberian Peninsula, is the cEstatua de Velázquiezapital of Spain. With a population of 3.2 million, Madrid is one of the most populated cities of the European Union – only Berlín and London are more populated – and one of the most important financial and business centers. Madrid is also an international cultural reference, with some the world's greatest museums (like the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza or the Reina Sofía) and a rich activity in all artistic fields. All this, combined with the momentum of a society that is dynamic and open, and at the same time warm and welcoming, has turned this metropolis into one of the western world's great capitals


You can find more information on the following links:

esMADRID.com In this section you can find everything you need to prepare your visit to our city. Information on museums, monuments, accommodations, food, tourist information ..., a review of the concepts that define Madrid.

Madrid! y Comunidad de Madrid: Official webpage of the City of Madrid and the Community of Madrid where you will find useful information regarding administrative pMadridrocedures, health, environment, ...

Ministry of Education: Information about the Spanish education system (universities, scholarships and grants, recognition of qualifications, ...)

Transport in Madrid

Weather in Spain

QDQ: Telephone companies, individuals, services, leisure and other relevant information.

The University Carlos III
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Patio InteriorThe Universidad Carlos III de Madrid was established in 1989 with a commitment to bring to the south of Madrid a center of excellence in teaching and research. Its main campuses are located in (the Faculty of Social Sciences Law, and the Faculty of Humanities) y Leganés (The Polytechnic School).


The Carlos III faculty, 1900 people fully committed to their teaching and research activities, many of whom earned their doctorates from top U.S. and European universities, is one of the youngest in Spain. The proportion of these faculty highest receiving positive evaluations of their research from the Spanish Ministry of Education is the highest in Spain, and it is among the top three universities in Spain in the number of articles published in JCR international journals, doctoral theses, and research projects per faculty. The Universidad Carlos III received 35 million Euros in public and private funding in 2009.


This faculty, together with a highly professional and motivated staff, guarantees the quality a the studies offered by the Universidad Carlos III: 20 undergraduate degrees, 13 of which are taught in English or are bilingual programs, with a student enrolment of more that 17 thousand students; 63 master programs that enroll three thousand students; and 18 Ph.D. programs, all of which have been certified as high quality programs by the Spanish government, with more than five hundred students.


Patio InteriorThe Universidad Carlos III de Madrid was established in 1989 with a commitment to bring to the south of Madrid a center of excellence in teaching and research. Its main campuses are located in (the Faculty of Social Sciences Law, and the Faculty of Humanities) y Leganés (The Polytechnic School).


The Carlos III faculty, 1900 people fully committed to their teaching and research activities, many of whom earned their doctorates from top U.S. and European universities, is one of the youngest in Spain. The proportion of these faculty highest receiving positive evaluations of their research from the Spanish Ministry of Education is the highest in Spain, and it is among the top three universities in Spain in the number of articles published in JCR international journals, doctoral theses, and research projects per faculty. The Universidad Carlos III received 35 million Euros in public and private funding in 2009.


This faculty, together with a highly professional and motivated staff, guarantees the quality a the studies offered by the Universidad Carlos III: 20 undergraduate degrees, 13 of which are taught in English or are bilingual programs, with a student enrolment of more that 17 thousand students; 63 master programs that enroll three thousand students; and 18 Ph.D. programs, all of which have been certified as high quality programs by the Spanish government, with more than five hundred students.