Queen Letizia Marked 50th year of Complutense University of Madrid’s Faculty of Information Sciences


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Queen Letizia presided over the commemorative act of the “50th anniversary of the creation of the Faculty of Information Sciences” of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), a pioneering Faculty and a benchmark in university training in Communication in Spain since 1971.

Queen Letizia presided over the commemorative act of the "50th anniversary of the creation of the Faculty of Information Sciences"
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The Faculty of Information Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid is the oldest in Spain in university communication training, with 300 professors and more than 5,000 students. Created in 1971. In 2018, the Faculty of Information Sciences became the centre with the largest number of students at Complutense University.

Queen Letizia chose a blue denim look for Madrid University visit
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It teaches degrees in Journalism, Audiovisual Communication and Advertising and Public Relations, both in Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees, with 9 official master’s degrees and 12 own degrees. A whole generation has passed through its classrooms with more than 60,000 professionals trained in the institution throughout its history.

Queen Letizia marked Madrid University's 50th Anniversary in Madrid
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Various activities have been carried out and planned to mark the 50th century i.e. the Faculty’s visual identity has been renewed, the recognition of outstanding professionals as illustrious alumni, the development of the 50th Anniversary Alumni Meetings, the presentation of the new Museum of the Faculty or the putting into circulation of a commemorative National Lottery ticket.

Queen Letizia honoured University alumni's at Madrid University
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Today’s event began with the projection of commemorative video and interpretation of “Out of Africa” by the symphonic quartet of the UCM, directed by Mr José Sanchís. The event also recognized illustrious UCM alumni: Pepa Bueno, Alex Grijelmo,Fernando León de Aranoa, José Antonio Llorente, Mónica Moro, Fernando Rodríguez Varona and Vicente Vallés.

The University honoured the Queen at the event with the UCM Student of honour and presented the accrediting diploma-medal to Doña Letizia.
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The University honoured the Queen at the event with the UCM Student of honour and presented the accrediting diploma-medal to Doña Letizia. Next, Letizia visited the 50th-anniversary exhibition and exhibition of the photojournalist Marisa Flórez and signed in the Book of Honor.

The day concluded with Queen meeting students and staff.

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Moving to Queen Letizia Style –  Letizia was wearing her Hugo Boss Caddli Stretch Dress that she first wore in July 2018.

Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Caddli Dress
Hugo Boss Caddli Dress
Queen Letizia Hugo Boss Caddli Dress
Hugo Boss Caddli Dress

The vintage-inspired dress in indigo stretch denim by BOSS Women’s wear is cut to a slim fit features authentic details including a rounded shirt collar, twin chest pockets and a front-stitched placket, playful bell cuffs, decorative buttons at the cuff and a detachable ribbon belt for a vivid pop of colour.

Queen Letizia wore Magrit Croc-Effect Pumps
Magrit Croc-Effect Pumps

Letizia paired the dress with red Magrit shoes.

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She was wearing gold hoops and

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Signature Ring
Karen Hallam Signature Ring

Karen Hallam ring.

Queen Letizia is celebrating her 49th birthday
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On Wednesday, Queen Letizia is celebrating her 49th birthday. She does not have any activity scheduled for the day so it will be a private time with family. This is the first time Princess Leonor, Letizia’s eldest child will not with her as she is in Wales for her 2 yeas IB program. We wish her a very Happy Birthday!


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