According to Article 6.5 of the Organic Law on OU universities, Private Universities will be organized in such a way as to ensure, through the participation of the University Community, that they effectively respect constitutional principles and guarantee the principle of academic freedom shown in the freedom of teaching, research and study, and will be governed by the LOU and other applicable state or regional regulations, their Law of Recognition and their own Organizational and Operational Regulations, which will include the rulings arising from Article 2.2 of the LOU on the independence of universities, and the nature of the University itself, if applicable.
Universidad Europea de Madrid’s Diversity Policy is based on respecting, complying with and defending current Spanish legislation.
This policy aims to establish the procedure to allows all professors and administrative staff of Universidad Europea de Madrid to make any type of appeal, complaint or suggestion to reinforce our commitment to the welfare of the Professionals and our goal of continuous improvement
The Credits Policy of Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) is guided by the Mission1 and Vision2 established by the institution as set out on its website. In the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) are extended as a measure of academic assessment of the subjects in all official European university studies.