The University of Huelva is a relatively young institution, which gained its independence from the University of Seville in 1993. Since then, it has focused on growth, modernization, and research. It is located in Huelva, which is in the south-west corner of Spain. The school offers about 60 different degrees – both undergraduate and postgraduate ones – the areas covered are Business Sciences, including Tourism and New Technologies; Education, which includes both traditional and innovative social programs; Experimental Sciences, which also cover special Environmental courses; a wide... See full description.
The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is a Spanish university located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which is the capital city of Gran Canaria island. The school was established in 1989, as a result of a number of petitions from the people of Gran Canaria. It consists of five campuses: four in Gran Canaria (Tafira, Obelisco, San Cristóbal and Montaña Cardones), and one in the island of Lanzarote, with Tafira being the biggest one. The fields offered within the institution are mainly focused on technical and engineering studies like Civil Engineering, Architecture, and Software... See full description.
The University of Valladolid is over seven hundred years old, and is located in the city of Valladolid – one which has played an important role in the history of Spain. Currently the university is perceived to be one of the leading centers of higher education in the country, offering over 100 degrees, 50 master’s programs, 17 postgraduate ones, and an extensive network of international collaborations, research centers, and a rich architectural heritage.
The International Relations Office at the university is specifically aimed at helping foreign exchange students, providing extensive... See full description.
The University of Vigo is a public university in Spain, established in 1990. The school is located in Galicia, and operates three campuses. The University of Vigo is regarded as the most technical of the universities of Galicia, providing engineering degrees in Mining, Telecommunications, Computer Science and Industrial Engineering. Other well-known centers at the school are the Department of Translation and Linguistics, offering a degree in Translation and Interpreting as well as Private Investigation and Security, Sea Sciences, and Oceanography.