The sub-direction of University Extension is currently in charge of the following activities:

  • To promote cooperation aids for student mobility at the national level (Program Sicue/Séneca), European (Sócrates/Erasmus Program) and with other countries.

  • To promote agreements with enterprises and institutions of agriculture and the food sector with the objective of making it possible to execute internships and Master’s thesis.

  • To coordinate cultural activities that come both from the UPM and ETSIA as activities managed and promoted by Cultural Associations.

  • To coordinate activities of different cultural and sport associations.

  • To promote and manage scholarship awards and assistance to students.

Dª. Mª. Carmen González Chamorro,

Phone Number: (+34) 91 336 58 06




Student associations represent the most dynamic element of the culture, leisure time and sports of the University. They are the ideal environment for the students to develop personal relationships, creative skills and enjoy many activities that are organized both within and outside its departments. Currently, the Polytechnic University of Madrid has about two hundred student associations corresponding to its schools and faculties.  It become one of the Universities in Spain with the largest number of these organizations.  

Students can find the list of associations, and detailed information about each, on the University website. All associations have the support of the UPM. We encourage all candidates to participate in the development of a more active and participative society.

Cultural and sport activities

The UPM also offers a Cultural Programming with 24 cultural activities, including: classical music with an announcement of 15 concerts, 7 of which are framed in the Symphony Cycle and are presented at the National Auditorium. The remaining 8 concerts are in the educational Cycle of Music in their Centers. 

ETSIA Culture Activities
ETSIA Sport Activities

Information about SPORT activities


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