NEWS | 04/10/2017He explained the project's aims in a conference held at the International University in the Moroccan city.
In front of an audience of 120 guests, including around 100 students, the club's director of Institutional Relations demonstrated the common vision that Real Madrid and Universidad Europea share, in promoting education, research and professional development on a national and international scale. The academic model is designed to give a unique educational experience to each student and the methodology is based on four key pillars: teaching support, technology, international exchanges and professional placements.
Butragueño highlighted the project's international vocation and the importance of Real Madrid, sports and qualifications. The school is present in 12 countries across four continents, has trained over 1400 students over the last year and now 10.000 students have received an education since the project started.