The University of Alcalá is one of Spain’s oldest universities, founded in 1499. It has an international section, offering degrees in five areas of knowledge: Arts and Humanities, Law and Social Sciences, Sciences, Health Sciences, and Engineering and Architecture. The school receives about 30,000 students, two-thirds of whom are pursuing an undergraduate degree, while more than 9,500 students are enrolled for postgraduate training. The over 200 postgraduate degrees include research masters, taught masters, doctoral programs, and specially designed expert programs, all adapted to the... See full description.
Pompeu Fabra University was established in 1990, as a public university in Barcelona, Spain. It is recognized as one of the best public universities in Spain and in Europe, while also ranking 1st in scientific productivity in Spain in 2009. Currently, the school offers 19 undergraduate degrees, 37 official masters and 9 PhD programs as well as around 60 masters. The UPF has formed its structure around three campuses and three areas of expertise: Social Sciences and Humanities (taught in Ciutadella Campus); Sciences and Information Technologies and Communication (Communication Campus -... See full description.