We have 40 Masters Degrees in Madrid, Spain

Discipline

All Disciplines

Location

Spain Madrid

Institution

All Institutions

Qualification

All Qualifications

Study Type

All Study Types

Start Term

All Start Terms

Online only

Masters Degrees in Madrid, Spain

We have 40 Masters Degrees in Madrid, Spain

Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain, situated in the province of the same name in the geographical centre of the country. Home to some of Spain’s most significant monuments and heritage sites, Madrid is also an important university centre with nearly 300,000 resident students.

What’s it like to study a Masters in Madrid?

Much of Madrid’s history has been shaped by its place at the heart of Spanish political life, having been the home of the Spanish monarchy before later becoming the constitutionally-appointed state capital and seat of the modern Spanish parliament (the Cortes Generales).

As a Masters student you’ll live and study in one of Europe’s most important capital cities. Attractions include some of Spain’s best museums, palaces and art galleries, housing artefacts associated with the Spanish monarchy as well as Madrid’s many other famous historical residents (including the painters Francisco Goya and Pablo Picasso as well as the author Miguel de Cervantes). The Prado Museum in Madrid is widely considered to be one of the world’s finest art galleries, while the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía has an outstanding collection of Spanish modern art.

Madrid’s nightlife is legendary, offering a beguiling mix of cosy cocktail bars, flamenco clubs and nightclubs that are open well into the early hours. As you’d expect, the tapas scene in Madrid is also excellent.

Madrid is one of Europe’s most significant sporting centres and is home to two of the most successful football clubs in the world: Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid, who have a long and bitter rivalry.

Universities in Madrid

Madrid’s many universities befit its national importance and have a long history of internationally renowned research and teaching. The oldest is the Complutense University of Madrid, founded in 1293 and consistently ranked as the best university in Spain and a world top 250 institution.

Other universities in the Spanish capital include the Technical University of Madrid, which has its roots in a number of 18th-century schools of Engineering and Architecture and is ranked as one of the best European institutions in these subject areas.

Madrid’s more modern universities also offer well-respected postgraduate programmes – the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, for example, has been ranked as Spain’s top provider of Masters and PhD courses in a range of disciplines.

Careers in Madrid

Madrid is a significant European financial centre, hosting major offices of several international banks and the headquarters of the Bank of Spain. Important industries in Madrid include aerospace, pharmaceuticals and ICT.

Read more
Showing results to of 40