Nebrija University, Madrid, Spain

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Alumnos matriculados

Students enrolled in Nebrija University in the academic year 2020/2021
[Publication date: september 2021]

Communication Channels

Student representation

The Nebrija University Student Council is the highest representative body of the students. It coordinates and channels the representation of students and is an independent body from any other interest that is not the defense of the rights and interests of the University's students. The Student Council is made up of the group delegates and subdelegates, the representatives of students in the different departments.

General Delegate of Students. The General Delegate is elected by students through universal, free, direct and secret suffrage.

Council of Delegates of the University:

  • President: Alejandra Moreno García
  • Vice president: Guillermo Nicolás Pérez-Toril Villanueva
School of Languages and Education
  • School of Languages and Education:
    Delegate: Joshua Miguel Hermosa Orille
  • Modern languages:
    Delegate: Joshua Miguel Hermosa Orille
  • Primary education:
    Delegate: Alejandro Benítez de León
  • Early Childhood Education:
    Delegate: Alba Pintos Pérez
School of Communication and Arts
  • School of Communication and Arts:
    Delegate: Jordina Portolés Serrano
  • Audiovisual Communication:
    Delegate: Jordina Portolés Serrano
  • Advertising and PR:
    Delegate: Jaime Gallifa de Luna
  • Journalism:
    Delegate: Manuel Calvo Murillo
  • Marketing:
    Delegate: Rafael García García
  • Performing arts:
    Delegate: Pauline Schneider
  • Corporate communication:
    Delegate: Patricia González González
  • Fine arts:
    Delegate: Sara Fernández Amat
  • Digital and Multimedia Design:
    Delegate: Carlos Díaz Siguero
  • Fashion design:
    Delegate: Dmitry Glazkov
School of Social Sciences
  • School of Social Sciences:
    Delegate: Alejandra Moreno García
  • Creation, Administration and Management of Companies:
    Delegate: Mª Luisa Charlie Martínez
  • Law:
    Delegate: Alejandra Moreno García
  • Economics and International Business:
    Delegate: Marina García Céspedes
  • International relations:
    Delegate: Luisa Lafuente Pelegay
  • Tourism:
    Delegate: Alejandra Moreno García
  • Security:
    Delegate: Teresa Cayón Ariza
Higher Polytechnic School
  • Higher Polytechnic School:
    Delegate: Nicolás Pérez-Toril Villanueva
  • Mechanical Engineering:
    Delegate: Nicolás Pérez-Toril Villanueva
  • Computer Engineering:
    Delegate: Javier Yebel de Blas Fernández
  • Industrial Technologies:
    Delegate: Laura Alonso Sancha
  • Automotive Engineering:
    Delegate: Esteban Oiz Urtega
  • Fundamentals of Architecture:
    Delegate: Isabel Trujillo Barroso
  • Industrial design:
    Delegate: Lucía Plaza Martínez
  • Interior design:
    Delegate: Diana-Ioana Opris
School of Life and Nature Sciences
  • School of Life and Nature Sciences:
    Delegate: Iván Ruiz Díez-Madroñero
  • Sciences of Physical Activity and Sports:
    Delegate: Felipe Ignacio Yáñez Gómez
  • Psychology:
    Delegate: Iván Ruiz Diez-Madroñero
  • Nursing:
    Delegate: Carla Torres Ramírez
  • Physiotherapy:
    Delegate: David Flores Balseiro
  • Biomedical Engineering:
    Delegate: Camila Almudena Martín Hernández

Tutorial program

Nebrija University considers the tutorial action as a basic component of the teaching activity. Every professor of the university collaborates in the tutorial action, independently of the fact that each group of students has an assigned tutor, part of our educational task is made up by the tutorial action, in addition to attending to each student’s characteristics.

The tutors coordinate the work of the team of teachers that serves the same group of students, favoring a coherent educational practice and a globalizing approach to it.

Among the actions that a tutor must perform, we can highlight the coordination of the evaluation process of the students, facilitate their integration and encourage their participation in university activities, orient and advise the students about their educational possibilities, inform, if necessary, parents, professors and students of the group, everything that concerns them in relation to teaching activities and academic performance, channel their problems and concerns, facilitate educational cooperation between professors and students' families.


The Student Service Center has the main mission to support and help the student during his/her university life, dealing with topics as varied as advising the student in non-academic management of university life, revitalization of the Council of Delegates, scholarships, clubs and extracurricular activities.

This Center, which is present at all the Nebrija campuses, is focused on creating and making improvements in the University services, trying to achieve a better and more competitive institution every year. In addition, it is responsible for centralizing the different steps that students must take to solve certain problems that sometimes affect several Departments and thus expedite their resolution.

Professional orientation

The Professional Careers Department is responsible for developing a link between the needs and interests of students and the demand for students/professionals from companies and institutions through the Nebrija Professional Program.

It has complete knowledge of the academic and professional profile of each and every one of the students, which allows adapting the needs of each of the collaborating companies to the training needs and professional interests of each participant.


The Antonio de Nebrija Foundation and Nebrija University have a broad program of scholarships or grants for study and research, to promote the acquisition and generation of academic and professional knowledge for all those people and groups that require institutional support.
[ Consult the scholarship section ]


Seats offered degree studies Nebrija University Seats offered postdegree studies Nebrija University [ Postgraduate admission process ]