Universities Spain

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Universidad de Málaga  
The objectives of Malaga University and the General Foundation of the University of Malaga are the following: To serve the general interests as the university community. To make agile the transferences to the society of the benefits that the University can report.

Universidad de Sevilla  
Sevilla University is a `Public Law' institution, endowed with legal capacity, which carries out its functions, in accordance with the current legislation, autonomously, and to which corresponds the responsibility of providing, as a public service, higher education, through study, teaching and research.

Universidad de Cádiz  
Founded on the 30th October 1979, Cadiz University is a growing institution, closely interwoven with the economic and social fabric of the province of Cadiz. Situated in southern Spain, opposite the coast of Africa, the University had 24000 students 1999/2000 academic year, with 1,499 lecturers.

Universidad de Huelva  
Huelva University is a young institution created in 1993 to serve the needs of students, teachers and researchers. As a public institution, it offers numerous and varied degrees and diplomas adapted to the social-economic and cultural idiosyncratic characteristics of Huelva and its province.

Universidad de Granada  
The original Granada University, La Madraza, was founded by the Moorish Sultan Yusuf I in 1349. The building was later used as the town hall and is still standing today, close to the cathedral. The modern University owes its origins to the initiative of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, grandson of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella and Ferdinand. In 1531, Pope Clement VII issued a papal bull granting the foundation in Granada of a College of General Studies.

Universidad de Almería  
The University of Almería is a public university which was founded by the Parliament of Andalusia in 1993 and so in this sense it is a relatively new university that was primarily established to enhance the city as an historical, cultural and educational centre. Currently 29 degrees are available at the University of Almería, counting with 681 professors and 15.020 students.

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena  
The great tradition of schooling in Cartagena began 100 years ago and still continues nowadays, especially the studies of Technology and Economy. The technology studies of Cartagena where, because of their antiquity, at the start of the development of the Technology studies in Spain. Actually, the department of mineral engineering is third centre created in Spain and the department of industrial engineering was also on the first centres of its kind in Spain. During their development, they followed different ways until their roads converged and where integrated in the Technical University of Cartagena

Universidad de Murcia  
Murcia University was built in 1272, during the reign of Alfonso X, El Sabio. However the university had a tumultuous start and disappeared shortly after its creation. The University of Murcia of today was founded in 1915 and integrated into the Colegio de La Merced which has been transformed into the Law Faculty. There are approximately 34,000 students studying at the University and this number has been increasing due to the popularity of the University's location and the amount of courses on offer.

Universidad Miguel Hernández  
The University Miguel Hernández of Elche is a public university that is run by Jesús Rodriguez Marín. He aims to continue the history of the university and continue its drive to attain the best education possible for its students. The university is very clear in that it has a determined intention of offering teaching and investigation of the highest quality. Their goals are very specific to the university itself and are linked to its spirit.


Universidad de València  
Valencia University in situated in Valencia, the capital of the Valencian region is a coastal town brimming with students. Students come from far and wide to study at this university because it is surrounded by great beaches and good weather, giving it a thoroughly Mediterranean atmosphere. However, the beaches are not the only attraction to this city as it also has historical roots as the city itself was founded as long ago as 137 A.C.

Universidad de Alicante  
Alicante University is situated in the region of Valencia, is a modern university in contrast to its ancient counterparts in Spain and was founded in 1979. However, it was built on the foundations of a previous institution, the University of Orihuela which was created in 1545. Therefore, the university in its surroundings is not only an impressive educational institution but also a popular cultural centre in Alicante.

Universitat Rovira i Virgili  
Tarragona University, Rovira i Virgili, is the public university of the southern regions of Catalonia, with campuses in Tarragona, Reus and Vilaseca. The university tradition in the region dates back to the 16th century. In 1991, several centres merged to form a new university that bears the name of Antoni Rovira i Virgili, former president of the Parliament of Catalonia.

Universitat de Girona  
Girona University was established in 1991 in accordance with the Establishment Act approved by the Parliament of Catalonia on the basis of the initiative begun in 1968 which was manifested in the establishment of technical, science, humanities and social sciences studies. The students of the UdG (more than 13,500 in the academic year 2000-1) are organised through their representative body, the Students’ Council.

Universitat de Barcelona  
The University of Barcelona (UB) was founded in 1450. The present central building was inaugurated in 1871. Today the university has four campuses, in different parts of the city. The UB is the oldest and largest of the six universities in Barcelona, and of the ten in Catalonia. It has 76.000 students --more than half of the total student population of Catalonia-- and is the second largest in terms of students number in Spain.

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya  
The Catalunya University Faculty of Experimental Sciences and Technology occupies this campus and the following studies are offered: Diploma in Engineering in Agricultural and Food Industries, Engineering in Farming-Stockbreeding, and Engineering in Horticulture, Fruit-growing and Gardening. The university today is a very popular destination for both Spanish and foreign students who wish to pursue studies in Spain.

Barcelona Business School  
As a young and dynamic international business school, we are dedicated to educating and training students in a unique cross-cultural environment, offering an international business and management education at the undergraduate (Associate, Bachelor) and graduate (Master) level, in English.

University of Navarra  
The University was founded in 1952 by St Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, who summarized the mission of the University with the following words: "The University of Navarra strives to make present in all its activities the awareness of the idea that work is a testimony of the supremacy of the human being over the material world, a means of personal development, a bond between people and a fundamental way of contributing to the progress of humankind".

Bircham International University  
Bircham International University is an independent provider of adult degree programs leading to a distance education university degree at professional, undergraduate and graduate levels through sound updated curricula and an innovative distance learning method of instruction. Bircham International University commitment is to fulfill the needs of the adult professional student. BIU online university courses and each distance learning university degree is simultaneously registered in the USA , the European Union & the Commonwealth. A BIU online university degree can therefore be issued and legalized in any of these countries.

Technical University of Catalonia  
The Technical University of Barcelona, as it was called then, was at first made up of the Schools of Industrial Engineering of Barcelona and Terrassa, the School of Architecture of Barcelona and a number of research institutes. The same year, 1971, also saw the creation of the School of Telecommunications Engineering. However, the first true antecedent of our university was even earlier with the foundation of the Higher Technical Institute (Institut Politècnic Superior) in 1968. This Institute grouped together the state technical schools already in existence in Barcelona. These schools had a great tradition and their origin can be traced back in some cases to the mid-19th century.

Barcelona University Spanish Courses  
The Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) is a public university owned by the Spanish State. The University was founded in 1968 and is the second biggest public university in Barcelona with more than 50.000 students. The Study Spanish language course programme for foreigners at the Autonomous University of Barcelona is located in the historic building Casa Convalescència, which is situated in the city centre, close to the Gaudi Cathedral Sagrada Família. The school is in an art nouveau building, and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

The University of Malaga is a relatively new university in contrast to many of its ancient counterparts in Spain. It dates back to the 1960´s and was formed due to the large social demand made by the citizens of the city. The protagonists that fought for the foundation of this university were important members of the city who were intent on forming a centre for higher education here. These members have been collectively named as the Association of the Friends of the University of Malaga, the University of Malaga itself was finally established in 1968 by a decree that confirmed its establishment on August 18, 1972.

University of Santiago & Lugo  
University of Santiago de Compostela is a historic institution that projects itself to the future and beyond its frontiers, always attentive to the different demands of society, where it stands as an important academic frame of reference and where it develops its academic, research work. Centuries of history give the University an special capacity to merge the experience, security and confidence with present and future challenges.

University of Valladolid  
Located in a typically liberal city, at the beginning of the 19th century the University of Valladolid began to witnes an increase in student numbers to an extent where they first reached an area of regional and then national influence, thus overcoming the economic and social lethargy that had been rife throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The first half of the 20th century saw constant progress, with the addition of centres for Law and Medicine, the Arts Faculty in 1917 and the Science Faculty in 1945.

University of Lleida  
The main aim of the University of Lleida, apart from research, is the integral training of the student with quality services. This means that, as well as scientific learning, we offer many and varied possibilities to harmonise your studies with other learning, cultural or leisure activities. This is possible because we have services and personnel at our disposition which, year after year, strive to adapt to the demands and needs of a rapidly-changing society.

Technological Campus of the University of Navarra  
To give people a university education, which is highly demanding intellectually, steering them towards the application of science to concrete technical developments (for they are engineering students). Furthermore, given that TECNUN is a corporate work of Opus Dei, the education it provides has a wider scope in that it endeavours to create an atmosphere in which students can realize their full human and Christian potential.

University of Glasgow Blog  
The main aim of this blog is to give prospective students a little insight into what life is like at the University of Glasgow from a student’s point of view - that student being me. I’m currently 5 weeks into my first year, so I can definitely remember how scary it was first starting university, so I’m hoping my blog will make any prospective students feel a wee bit more at ease if they know roughly what goes on in the course of first year.

University of valencia  
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