Social Sciences and Communication Sciences; Architecture, Engineering and Design; Physical Activity and Sports Sciences; Biomedical and Health Sciences
The five research centres focus on research at a national and international level.
Excellence in research is part of Universidad Europea’s commitment to society. We undertake research with the purpose of generating transferable knowledge that contributes to social progress and development.
Through the Research and Doctorate School, Universidad Europea leads and encourages the participation of professors and students in research projects. This approach empowers professors to incorporate the most up-to-date knowledge and new advances from their own research and the wider scientific community into their teaching.
We aim to achieve excellence by prioritising lines of research that allow us to combine our extensive efforts and by channeling our resources into seeking synergies between research teams. We use the highest standards of scientific rigour and quality to develop applied research that is useful, relevant, visible, multidisciplinary and international. Finally, we incorporate this research into our teaching so that our students are completely up to date with the most cutting-edge scientific advances in their field.
Universidad Europea de Madrid signed and sent to the European Commission in March 2020 the declaration of commitment to the principles of the “Charter for European Researchers” and the “Code of conduct for the recruitment of researchers”.
The HRS4R strategy is a tool launched by the European Commission to support universities and research institutions and organisations that finance research in the application of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, which are intended to contribute to the development of an attractive European labour market for researchers.
The letter and the code of conduct are Commission recommendations to the Member States that are invited to apply them voluntarily:
The quality seal awarded by the European Commission "HR Excellence in Research" identifies the institutions that create and support the existence of a stimulating and favourable environment for research work.
More than 500 organisations, 100 of them Spanish, have received the HR Excellence in Research seal.
Universidad Europea de Madrid welcomes and supports the recommendations of the European Commission containing the "European Charter for Researchers" and the "Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers". It also undertakes, in accordance with its internal policies, to develop its human resources strategy, adhering to the recommendations and principles set forth in the Charter and the Code and to guarantee transparency, accessibility, equity and the search for excellence. in hiring researchers.
Fundación ASISA and the Universidad Europea, as part of their Chair, have opened once again the calling for applications to their research competitive funding, aiming to launch actions in R+D+i in the Biomedical Science and Healthcare areas. For this reason, funding will be granted to projects in these areas with a high level of excellence in research.