The Antonio de Nebrija Foundation carries out important work in support of the activity of students, alumni, professors, non-teaching staff, researchers and companies and institutions, so that the fruit of their work and their training can contribute to the development of a more dynamic, more just society, with higher levels of knowledge and well-being. The members of the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation are individuals or legal entities that contribute financially to the support of the Foundation and benefit from both the activities carried out and the social advantages derived from their status as members.
The members and associates of the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation are individuals or legal entities that contribute financially or are linked to the support of the Foundation and benefit from both the activities carried out and the social advantages derived from their status as members or associates.
The natural and legal persons, members and associates of the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation are grouped in the Nebrija Club. The Foundation promotes the development of activities of different nature that are organized by the sections of the Nebrija Club, according to their specific interests.
It integrates the current students of the Antonio de Nebrija University and the Hispanic Studies Center and promotes the organization of extracurricular activities through the different cultural and sports clubs that comprise it. To form a cultural or sports club you need a minimum of fifteen members willing to promote activities regarding the same topic.
This section serves as a channel to foster interpersonal relationships, as well as to develop training activities, collaborative projects, academic exchanges, stays abroad, cultural activities and social relations.
It integrates all individuals who wish to participate in the institutional development of the University. Its objective is to maintain a channel of communication between the University and the group integrated here, so that the latter can benefit from all the academic, cultural, social and research activities organized by the Foundation, the University and the Antonio de Nebrija Hispanic Studies Center.
They enjoy the same advantages as the members and associates of the Nebrija Club for alumni or the Nebrija Club for professors and staff, so that, in the same way as these groups, they will enjoy privileged conditions in the continuous training activities: specialized courses and seminars organized by the University.
They can also participate in the activities organized by the different cultural and sports clubs.
The Antonio de Nebrija Foundation wants to highlight the special connection that unites it with a series of companies and institutions with which it maintains a close relationship of collaboration, offering them membership in this Club.
The section of collaborating and sponsoring companies and institutions is thus an instrument that helps to maximize the extension and content of an existing relationship, offering companies and groups a series of privileges and advantages.
Companies and institutions that choose to register as members of the Nebrija Club Foundation for collaborating companies and institutions enjoy the following rights:
The necessary credits for the subject Development of the Participatory and Solidarity Spirit of the Antonio de Nebrija University can be obtained with the active intervention in the activities carried out by these clubs.
Students who have completed the credits corresponding to the subject of DEPYS and would like to continue their activity in any of the Clubs, can do so as members of the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation.
To be an active member of the Nebrija Club and be able to enjoy the advantages offered to this group, you must complete the registration form and send it together with the receipt of payment of the annual fee to [email protected].
Become the volunteer that you’ve always wanted to be. Create activities, participate in projects and tutor programs with different NGOs of the Community of Madrid.
This Club offers the possibility of channeling our students’ solidarity in order to create a more just and humane society through the various volunteer programs that we put at their disposal.
Obtaining credits through volunteering is not just an academic commitment. You are doing social work, in which other people expect your presence, and they are counting on you personally to carry out this project.
In order to be a volunteer at Desarrollo y Asistencia, you must attend an informative talk that is given at Calle de los Artistas, 2. 5º. Metro: Cuatro Caminos.
Our next information session is on:
This program is carried out in collaboration with the Community of Madrid, the Social Services Area of the Madrid City Council, with IMSALUD and other institutions, in coordination with each of them.
Also, with the collaboration of the Montemadrid Foundation and Bankia, La Tercera No Es la Vencida is being carried out, an innovative project that encourages volunteering among the elderly, in a comprehensive process where they learn and undertake actions during this vital stage, while they themselves become evaluation agents of their own performance and of the program in which they work. Thus, the older volunteer becomes a supporting agent (through volunteering), a transforming agent (participating in the evaluation and continuous improvement of the project), and an agent of social change (by promoting their own active aging).
The objectives of this volunteer program are:
The activities carried out are:
The purpose of this volunteer program is to help humanize hospitals through accompaniment, emotional support and empathy, with the sole purpose of being useful to the people we serve.
In the 15 Hospitals in which Nadiesolo collaborates, the following activities are carried out in order to accompany people where necessary.
Since volunteering is constant, it provides the affection that they do not receive from their immediate family, and tries to give them hope for a better future. In addition, they help improve the social and communication skills of the users.
The volunteering tasks are as follows:
At Nadiesolo, with this program we aim to cooperate with the professionals of the nursing homes so that the users receive individualized attention and we can partly alleviate their loneliness in the last phase of their life, as the volunteers represent a that family member or friend they need.
Since 1998, Fundación Desarrollo y Asistencia has carried out an accompaniment program for people in Nursing Homes. Currently, Nadiesolo is present in 28 Residences.
The objectives of the program are:
Mentoring for a Job consists of the accompaniment and guidance in the active search for employment and insertion in the labor market of homeless people, being individually supported throughout the process by a volunteer mentor who comes from the world of human resources, attending to each of their needs and personal circumstances. The orientation received is complemented by attending group workshops, either with specialized content related to the active search for employment, or with a psycho-social nature that affect the reinforcement of autonomy and personal skills. In addition, if they are effectively incorporated into a job, they are provided with support for keeping the employment and in relation to the social skills necessary in their work environment.
The Program takes place on Fridays, from January to June, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Juan Luis Vives Attention Center, Vicálvaro (Madrid).
Sabadeando Juntos aims to provide a series of educational reinforcements to school children from 8 to 12 years old who are at risk of social exclusion.
The program takes place on a Saturday morning and has a fixed program and structure:
The program is aimed at children under the age of 13 with intellectual disabilities who are students of public and private schools for Special Education. The outings are fortnightly, on Saturday mornings, from 11 am to 1 pm, and there is participation in activities organized by the Foundation.
The activities that take place are:
The Solidarity Shoes program began and was consolidated in 2018, and aims to include homeless people through sports.
Sport is the main stimulus for homeless people who participate in Solidarity Shoes, to maintain their health, both physical and mental, and improve their lives. Running specifically, has become for them another excuse to get together in training sessions and spend time in good company, with motivation, effort and perseverance, to always push themselves a little further.
This association, created by residents of the Las Águilas neighborhood in Latina (Madrid), attempts to alleviate wherever possible the serious assistance and social emergency situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, by distributing food to people in a situation of economic, social or family vulnerability.
At the start of the 2020 summer, we constituted ourselves as an active Group of the Latina district Care Network, opening our food bank, and since our start last March, have helped approximately 500 families and over 1,100 people. Likewise, we have initiated various social actions to support our beneficiaries.
Also, at the beginning of October, we finally established ourselves as a non-profit Solidarity Association, supported solely by volunteering and solidarity donations.
Every week, we supply food and basic necessities to more than 300 families, which means providing a direct assistance response to over 1,100 people.
In addition, we monitor the most vulnerable families, helping them carry out paperwork with the administration, writing up CVs, active job search, courses, etc...
It is the space offered by the university to receive guidance on the process of writing any type of academic or professional text (a summary, a report, a review, a motivation letter, an email, etc.) that students are working on.
The Volunteer Club offers you the possibility of:
More Info: [email protected]
It is made up of people of different nationalities who are connected to the University. Its members organize parties and meetings where an international atmosphere is enjoyed, broadening their knowledge of other cultures and the improvement of languages.
The main objective of the International Club is to promote the linguistic-cultural exchange of both Spanish students and international students. In that sense, different events are promoted and organized throughout the academic year.
Cinema is still a great part of our life. Cinema, beyond being magical entertainment, is also a form of communication; an artistic manifestation capable of reinventing itself over time. In this club we will watch movies and episodes of series, and then talk about them. We will think about the image, we will have meetings with protagonists that, in one way or another, are related to the so-called seventh art. Reflecting on cinema is always fun.
Assembly Hall, Madrid-Princesa Campus.
Afternoons. Approximately every fifteen days. According to the availability of the room.
Knowing that cinema is a perfect learning tool, Nebrija University is committed to hosting a permanent and dynamic CinemaClub. All our screenings are always accompanied by a subsequent debate, in which we can reflect on the different aesthetic, thematic and generic proposals that filmmakers have been shaping over more than a hundred years of history. In this club we view images, but we also think about them; without fear of the different narratives that populate the world, approaching classical cinema, contemporary films and, also, audiovisual disciplines as diverse as short films, video clips and transmedia projects.
Approximately twelve sessions are planned for the 2021/22 academic year, to be held between October and April. In order to obtain the credits, the student will have to attend 80% of the screenings. This year's program is yet to be defined, since the films that will be projected are chosen based on the interests of the students, the professor who coordinates the Club, and the cinematographic and/or social events that take place at the time.
The program is varied, it is not closed to any esthetic proposal. As an example, some of the films screened last year were Trainspotting, Videodrome, La lengua de las mariposas, Clímax, Frances Ha, El Chico, La cabina, Senderos de gloria…
Share your passion for activities in nature and outdoors, exchange experiences, participate in our outings and meet people with the same hobby. In addition, our entire program of activities and trips is aligned with the United Nations' (UN) Objectives of the 2030 Agenda for a Sustainable Development of the planet. Come share this unique experience with us and be part of humanity's great common project to combat climate change, support education and the defense of the environment and the sustainable design of our cities.
*Note: This program may be modified or adapted depending on the needs or criteria that the Club organizers deem appropriate.
DO YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN CHAMPIONSHIPS, BE A PART OF A SPORTS SCHOOL OR RECEIVE INFORMATION ABOUT LEISURE ACTIVITIES?Write to [email protected]
|PHYSICAL CONDITIONING||Friday: 19:00-20:00||Sagrados Corazones|
|BADMINTON / PICKLEBALL||Tuesday 19:00-20:00
|MEN'S BASKETBALL||Tuesday: 20:00-21:00
|BASKETBALL 3vs3 – Internal league||Thursday: 19:00-20:00||Sagrados Corazones (Metro: Argüelles)|
|MEN’S FUTSAL||Wednesday: 21:00-22:00
|Canal de Isabel II (Metro: Islas Filipinas)
Sagrados Corazones (Metro: Argüelles)
|WOMEN’S FUTSAL||Tuesday: 19:00-20:00
|Sagrados Corazones (Metro: Argüelles)|
|WOMEN’S FUTSAL (school)||Tuesday 20:00-21:00
|Sagrados Corazones (Metro: Argüelles)|
|FUTSAL – Internal league||Friday: 19:00-23:00||Sagrados Corazones
|FOOTALL 11||Monday: 20:00-21:00
|Campos Rupe Sahagun
(Metro: Antonio Machado)
|FOOTALL 7 – Internal league||Wednesday 10:00-12:00||Canal de Isabel II
(Metro: Guzmán el Bueno)
|PADEL – Internal league||Thursday: 13:00-15:00
|Canal de Isabel II (Metro: Islas Filipinas)|
|PADEL – practice||Thursday: 13:00-15:00
|Canal de Isabel II (Metro: Islas Filipinas)|
|PILATES||Tuesday: 13:30 / 14:15
Tuesday: 17:45 / 18:30 / 19:15
Thursday: 17:45 / 18:30 / 19:15
|Campus de Berzosa (Hoyo de Manzanares)
Edificio Joaquín María López. Aula B102.(Metro: Islas Filipinas)
|Edificio Joaquín María López. Aula B102.
(Metro: Islas Filipinas)
|VOLEIBOL FEMENINO||Monday: 20:00-21:00
|VOLEIBOL FEMENINO (escuela)||Monday: 19:00-20:00
Más info: [email protected]
La Berzosa Campus:
Phone: 91 452 11 01 - Sports Booth
Dehesa de la Villa Campus: Tlfno: 91 452 11 00 – Student Department
Madrid-Princesa Campus: Tlfno: 91 452 11 03 – Student Department
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Through games we will create space to artistic creativity, using our body, our voice and our imagination as a basis, in order to rediscover and enhance our expressive abilities. From improvisation to breathing and relaxation techniques, from speaking to singing, to group disinhibition games that promote personal and other knowledge.
A total of 20 sessions spread over the two semesters:
For any questions you can contact us at:[email protected]
Can you imagine what it is like arriving to a new country to study? At Nebrija University, we have a large number of people who come as international exchanges students. As members of the Buddy Club, our mission will be to make this experience be the best possible for them and facilitate their integration into a new environment, a new country and a new culture..
In order to do this, we will create pairs of “Buddies” formed by a Nebrija student and an international student, with the aim of promoting the linguistic and cultural exchange of both students.
Also, if you are thinking about international mobility, this will be the perfect opportunity to ask your classmates about their universities and countries of origin.
Are you ready to introduce your classmates to life in Spain?
Don't miss this opportunity and become a Buddy!
The program may undergo changes based on sanitary recommendations due to Covid-19, depending on the number of students, weather conditions, or other circumstances.
Become a Buddy by writing to: [email protected]
Training complement with higher academic content associated to the degree.
The design club's objective is for the students to acquire design criteria and culture, display their creativity and be able to develop design projects addressing all the stages entailed therein.
Dehesa de la Villa Campus
The Design Club is a space of the Antonio de Nebrija University dedicated to the organization and celebration of training activities in the field of Design, Creativity, Innovation and Business.
The teaching line aims to complement the training in Design with activities that energize the university space, while allowing the expansion of the relationship between the university and Design professionals. It is a space that carries out its teaching offer by adapting to the current training needs. In the same way, this space draws on the Alumni community for its work, keeping track of the talent that was generated.
The Design Club acts as a platform for students in the different environments and events that are organized in Madrid, together with other student and professional platforms, for the generation of a powerful Design community in Madrid.
For any questions you can contact us at:[email protected]
The Automobile Club was created with the intention of forming a solid group of fans of the motor world in all its aspects, from engineering to mobility, including design, audiovisual creation and motor racing and competition. The club aims to be a meeting place for all those people with a passion for the automobile industry, regardless of the angle from which they enjoy it.
Princesa and Berzosa Campus
The main objective of the Automobile Club is to allow its members to develop their personal and academic interests around their passion for the automobile industry, while acquiring and reinforcing their personal abilities and social interaction in a relaxed, cooperative and fun environment.
In this sense, the club is organized around a series of projects and activities that are complemented by different workshops and training courses.
We will carry out various activities that, from a fun approach, complement both the academic training of the students and the development of the Automobile Club's own projects.
For any questions or queries you can contact us at:[email protected]
The projects of the Automobile Club are based on teams of students who want to put into practice the theoretical knowledge acquired in their different bachelor's degrees. In these projects, students find the opportunity to develop their interests within a team dynamic with common goals. We currently have six different projects underway with which we want to cover a wide range of technologies and modalities within the automotive world.
From the Automobile Club we offer different training courses and workshops. Although the initial offer is always expanded based on the interests of our members, the workshops planned for this academic year are as follows.
It aims to be an active channel through which to explore the latest trends in software, hardware, communications, and in general all the news derived from entrepreneurship and digital convergence.
In the increasingly changing current landscape of New Technologies, the Computer Club of Nebrija University aims to be an active channel through which to explore the latest trends in software, hardware, communications, and in general all the news derived from entrepreneurship and digital convergence. In this way, it is intended to create a common place in which to offer activities related to the field of computing to enrich the academic and professional experience of students.
For any questions you can contact us at:[email protected]
The Nebrija Art Club is a space where its participants have the opportunity to reflect, share and create around their own research and current artistic practice in the university environment. We invite you to be part of this collaborative space and relationship articulated around proposals connected with the university and the community that surrounds us.
The club gathers a series of activities related to the undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, giving it complementary support. These activities are aimed at getting to know the artistic medium better.
The club's activities will take place in the art classroom (room 209) of the Dehesa de la Villa Campus. In addition, there will be visits to spaces and events with the purpose of delving into and getting to know first-hand the current cultural panorama.
Throughout the academic year different sessions will be held where drawing will be practiced from a model. The workshops will take place at the headquarters of the National Dance Company on Paseo de la Chopera, 4 in Madrid. The participants will analyze the forms and the expression using different graphic, digital and pictorial techniques. This in-depth series, distributed in several workshops, will allow us to incorporate the experience of movement to enrich the artistic process. In addition to the drawing of the natural, the student will also work on it as a way of thinking and analyzing the environment, using appropriate the materials.
Given the diversity of techniques and artistic materials to which the current artist can have access, the art club will also hold courses and workshops in which different artistic techniques will be addressed.
The colloquiums are designed to address questions about current artistic practices in terms of the transversality of these with other disciplines. From the projection of several pieces of video art, students will delve into a series of questions: What is art for? Who is reached by contemporary art? What is it to be an artist? What is the role you can play in today's society?
Visits will be an essential part of the club's activities. On the one hand different artists of the cultural scene of the moment will come to visit us throughout the course, and on the other, visits to different spaces and events will take place in order to know the cultural environment that surrounds us.
Virtual activities open up an infinite number of options to explore the world of artistic practices. Several times a month, we will attend, remotely, meetings with cultural agents, we will visit exhibitions and artists' studios, and we will observe work of art online. It is a line of educational activities on contemporary art and thought. During these visits, we will address some approaches to understand current art and to highlight the importance of visual literacy. Visual literacy is the ability to evaluate, apply, and create conceptually based visual representations. These skills include evaluating the advantages of visual representations to create and communicate knowledge, and to propose new ways of articulating ideas. The didactic approach consists of relating the visualization with its contexts, that is, providing the critical attitude and the necessary tools to be able to develop the appropriate visualization formats for specific issues, through the use of movement, shape, rhythm, color and texture within the framework of our environment.
The activities will take place on Wednesday afternoons in the places indicated in the program. However, due to the current situation, the dates and times of the activities are provisional. If you have any questions, please write to [email protected].OCTOBER
Create an additional space and moment for experiential work, where FCC students develop pre-professional activities related to their studies and the different profiles that are required.
Princesa Campus (Nebrija MediaLab Space- Set- Radio Studio)
Platform for media and communication and arts projects, where student carry out pre-professional activities related to their studies and the different profiles that are required.
Students will have five laboratories at their disposal with different activities, among which they will have to actively participate in at least four:
Communicating effectively allows us to achieve goals that could previously seem impossible: from presenting ourselves to a large audience, presenting a paper in class, conducting an interview, to negotiating and resolving conflicts.
Debate is a very useful tool to learn to communicate like a true expert. By debating you can achieve a comprehensive knowledge of communication skills.
Sessions from 10h to 13h on Saturdays (two sessions per month)
Actively participating in the Debate Club will allow you:
Participation and involvement in the Debate Club will be carried out through the following channels:
Director of the Bachelor's Degree in Law (online modality) at Nebrija University. Geraldine debated for five years in the national debate circuit, and became the national debate champion. For over six years, Geraldine has been responsible for the training of the longest-running pre-university league in Spain, Versus, providing communication and debate training to various centers throughout Spain.
World Public Speaking Champion (2018), World Public Speaking Runner-up (2017), Second Best Speaker in the World (2017), and World Debate Semifinalist (2016). He graduated in Audiovisual Communication, with studies in Political Science and Administration, and has a Master's Degree in Business Administration. Iván is a professor of public speaking and debate at various institutions and Director of Communication and Marketing at Xoia Software Development.
Psychologist and Master's degree in HR. Currently, he coordinates cultural evolution and transformation projects in Navantia. He participated for over 10 years as a speaker, team captain and judge in dozens of debating tournaments in Spain and Europe.
Bachelor's Degree in Law, and Master's Degree in Image Consulting and Political Communication. He has been a professor of communication and international oratory at both the school and university levels. He has written several articles in various media and directs the podcast "Tú También Comunicas." He is currently presidential advisor in the Alicante Provincial Council.
He began his journey in the world of public speaking at the age of 15, winning his first debate tournament at the school level. In the following years, he participated in different debate competitions at the national level, and ended his stage as a pre-university debater by winning the VERSUS League in 2016 (a tournament organized by Nebrija University). In the following four years, he decided to dedicate himself to training and leading debate teams, and lead them in debate competitions throughout Spain. Ramón is a student at Nebrija University, currently in his last year in the Bachelor's Degree in Audiovisual Communication, where he has already released two feature films and plans to found his own film production company.
This club organizes discussions with professionals from various sectors, practical workshops and seminars, it promotes the study of the viability of business projects proposed by the club members, and even their implementation with the support of colleagues and the Foundation itself.
The Club's objective is to instill, in the students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, the importance of entrepreneurial activity. Promoting in them the spirit, values and competences that this activity provides as a way of professional and personal development, and improvement of society in general.
The activity of this Club is structured in four fundamental blocks:
The ultimate goal is that all our students can generate a business idea (new or innovation on something existing) and shape it and debug it during their stay at the University, so that at the end of their studies they have a viable business and entrepreneurship plan.
Through all these activities, the student becomes familiar with the generation, debugging and development of viable and profitable business ideas. All this is intended for the student of the Entrepreneurs Club to take an experiential tour of the entrepreneurial phenomenon: understanding the ecosystem, its operation, the risks and rewards, the existing financing mechanisms, the planning of a business plan and validation of the idea, etc.
It organizes academic and recreational activities that promote the Culture of Defense, framed in the areas of International Relations, Law, Security, Conflicts and Risks.
For several years, the Spanish State has had the task of promoting a culture of National Security that favors the active involvement of society in its preservation and guarantee, as an essential requirement for the enjoyment of the residents' freedom, justice, welfare, progress and rights.
Starting from this premise, defense is an essential element of the State to guarantee the safety and well-being of Spain and the Spaniards. Therefore, knowledge of the current risks and threats to security, and of the instruments necessary to guarantee defense is crucial for Spanish society to know, value and identify its history and the solidarity and effective effort through which the various groups in the country, both public and private, safeguard national interests.
The Club was created as an academic space to promote the Culture of Defense among young people, always under a practical perspective
Club regulations establish that students must attend at least 70% of the activities in order to obtain the 2 ECTS credits during that year. For each activity, attendance will be monitored.