The Blog for New UCJC Students has interviewed Sergio López, former University Camilo José Cela student on the Degree in Physiotherapy, to help students who are still unsure what and where to study.

What was the best thing about these degree years?

The great friends I made, both classmates and teachers. All the things I have learned, things I can apply now in my job, the great fun I had in class, there were many great things about my degree to tell the truth.

Give us three words that sum up your experience at UCJC

Learning, happiness and friends.

What do you currently do?

I am a physiotherapist and sports therapist at a physiotherapy clinic in Madrid, for the Spanish women’s 7-aside rugby team and I work with a rugby team from Barcelona.

How do you combine such a demanding and varied schedule with studies and exams?

I have to travel and go on training retreats many times a year for work and it’s hard, but anything can be done with sufficient effort.

Added to this the university has always helped me anyway it can, as part of the University Sports Plan, making everything easier. My teachers also did all they could, making everything easier.

Read the full interview here.