Dr. Joaquín Goyache Goñi, Rector of the Complutense University of Madrid (in Spanish: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, UCM, >https://www.ucm.es/ ), and Fr. Dr. Jorge Carlos Naranjo Alcaide, Principal of CCST, signed the collaboration agreement between both institutions. On Monday 20th September, Fr. Naranjo, Prof. Dámaso López García, Vice-rector for International Relations and Cooperation, and Prof. José Francisco Gómez Sánchez, Director of the Complutense African School, met to explore concrete activities of collaboration within the framework defined by the agreement in the fields of Computer Science, Nursing, English Language and Literature and Spanish language.
The Complutense University of Madrid is a public university located in Madrid. Founded in Alcalá in 1293, it is one of the oldest operating universities in the world. It is the third largest non-distance European university as it enrolls over 86,000 students.
It is one of the most prestigious Spanish universities and consistently ranks among the top universities in Spain. The agreement expresses the international vocation of CCST and opens great possibilities of development for the College as institution, its staff and the students.