Complutense University of Madrid is the largest university in Spain. UCM offers 292 official titles and 158 own degrees. During the 2015-2016 academic year the University recorded an enrolment of about 85,000 students.

In the last year the Faculty of Education had around 5,000 students and 350 teachers. Complutense currently has inter-institutional agreements with many universities around the world. The Faculty of Education offers four degrees: Infant Education Teacher Training, Primary Education Teacher Training, Social Teacher Training, and Pedagogy. In addition, the Faculty also offers many Masters in Education and Doctorates.

The staff involved in AduLeT project has good skills in development and use of Web 2.0 tools applied to learning and cooperative learning tools.

Main added values for the project:
  • UCM brings great experience, being one of the oldest universities in Europe (1499)
  • Teacher training with a focus on modern methodologies and the use of ICT
  • Long tradition of participating in international projects, both in Europe and South America