In 1948, it began its journey in the town of Griñón as a teacher training center. In 1970 it moved its headquarters to its current location in Aravaca (Madrid), and since 1978, its degrees have been attached to the Autonomous University of Madrid, through which it grants approved and official university degrees. To its traditional offer of degrees universities in the different specialties of Teaching, it is progressively adding others such as Social Education and Occupational Therapy, as well as Postgraduate training. In the 2002-2003 academic year, it incorporated second cycle studies in Psychopedagogy and thus obtained its current category of Higher Center for University Studies. Currently, for the development of three large areas of knowledge: Educational Sciences, Health Sciences and another of Management and Technology, has its accumulated experience and institutional presence on the five continents. The knowledge and its extensive training journey have allowed the Higher Center to be attentive to what knowledge to teach and how to teach it. The methodological renewal is continuous and constantly investigates and experiments with new ways to promote more effective, lasting and valid learning for future situations that students will encounter. Among its hallmarks is its Christian inspiration, within a proposal free, current and accepting of the faith-culture dialogue and the contrast of social values, where humanistic and scientifically rigorous training is provided, contextualized and open to the future. Dedicated to university education for more than 60 years, it is part of an international network with 350 years of experience, presence in 82 countries, 73 Universities and Business Schools and one million students.