CEU, a private educational group that recently celebrated its 90th anniversary and has 25 teaching centres in 11 cities, more than 40,000 students and around 200 official degrees, has acquired the building of the former Nuevo Parque clinic in Madrid for 17 million euros. The new building, located on Calle Julián Romea in Madrid's Chamberí district, will have more than 9,000 sqm and will expand the University's facilities given the growth in student numbers in recent years.
It will have four floors to accommodate more than 1,000 students in 24 classrooms and multidisciplinary spaces that will be equipped with the most innovative technologies. The project also envisages the additional development of new offices, adapted work areas, an assembly hall and a garage.
Demolition and subsequent development work is scheduled to begin in the first half of 2023, with the aim of starting teaching activity in the academic year 2025- 2026.
In the words of CEU's Director General, Javier Tello Bellosillo, Director General of CEU, "With this new building integrated within CEU's urban campus in Madrid, we seek to bring the University even closer to the centre of large cities with a cutting-edge offer that continues to be committed to quality, innovation and employability".