Junior Lecturer of Administrative Law.
Rey Juan Carlos University offers undergraduate degrees recognized all over the European Union. The knowledge areas vary from arts and humanities, law and social sciences, engineering and architecture to health sciences and experimental sciences.
Rey Juan Carlos University offers a range of degrees, all adapted to the European Higher Education Area.This includes 64 undergraduate degrees, 44 dual degrees, 6 English-medium degrees, 6 university degrees on-line, 18 diplomas, and 8 engineering degrees, as well as a wide range of official master's (81) and doctoral programs involving both degrees and training (34) in health sciences, experimental sciences and technology, communication sciences, and law and social sciences. Rey Juan Carlos University receives students from over 80 nationalities.
It is a place to develop one's critical thinking whereas at the same time you will acquire academic and professional skills.
Furthermore it is a place to enrich oneself and grow personally and culturally. Studying at the URJC provides you with a learning environment and a "life on campus" which encourage dedication and talent.