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Agricultural Engineering Schools in Spain




Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ-CIHEAM)

Zaragoza, Spain
The Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza was accredited in 1969, since when it is one of the four Mediterranean Agronomic Institutes of the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies. The school creates and offers advanced courses for professionals, postgraduate specialization courses and Master of Science programs. Furthermore, it promotes and coordinates cooperative research programs as well as other various cooperation activities. The school is divided into five main functional areas: plant production, animal production, environment, agro-food marketing,... See full description.

Universidad Católica de Avila

Avila, Spain
The institution was founded in 1996, and is located in Avila, Castilla y Leon, Spain. It is a Catholic university, which currently teaches dual and single degrees in its faculties of Arts and Sciences and Social Sciences and Law. These programs have been adapted to the European Higher Education Area, and being taught in Spanish, the school has recently introduced intensive Spanish courses for foreign students It is worth saying that the university has developed a very good relationship both with business and its social environment, which means it offers excellent support to students for... See full description.

Universidad de Almería

Almería, Spain
The University of Almeria is a public university, which was created in 1993. It is situated in Almeria, Spain - on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the school has more than 12000 students, 600 of which pursue doctorate degrees. It is composed of seven faculties: Education Science College; Faculty of Health Sciences; Economics and Business Studies College; Experimental Science College; College of Law; College of Humanities; College of Psychology, a School of Engineering, and a Labour Relations School, which is an affiliated center. UAL participates in various mobility programs,... See full description.

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

Ciudad Real, Spain
The University of Castilla-La Mancha is a public university in Spain, offering courses in the cities of Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Toledo, Almadén, Talavera de la Reina, and Puertollano. All of these are decentralized, although Ciudad Real is considered to be the headquarters. The school was established in 1982, and now houses faculties of Medicine, Economic and Business Sciences, Law and Humanities; schools of Agronomical Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Nursing, Teacher Training and Employment Relations, as well as Chemical Sciences, Arts, the... See full description.

Universidad de Extremadura, Campus Badajoz

Badajoz, Spain
The University of Extremadura is a public Spanish university, located in Extremadura. It was established in 1973, and today has about 22,000 students enrolled. The University has campuses in Badajoz, Cáceres, Mérida and Plasencia – all cities with rich historical background. The UEx aims to continually attract international students, who wish to explore Spanish language and literature. It also strives to keep and strengthen the connections established with institutions from Latin America. The university is divided into 17 centers, within which various degree courses are grouped and... See full description.

Universidad de La Laguna, Pabellón de Gobierno

La Laguna, Spain
The University of San Fernando de La Laguna, also known as the ULL is an institution of higher learning, which history dates back to 1701. The school is located in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, on the island of Tenerife, acting as the oldest university in the Canary Islands. It has four campuses: Central, Anchieta, Guajara, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The university offers 56 official undergraduate and graduate degrees divided in 28 licenciaturas (this is a four or five year degree offered in Spanish universities); 16 diplomas – these are three-year degrees; a technical degree in... See full description.

Universidad de León, Pabellón de Gobierno

León, Spain
The University of León is a Spanish public university, established in 1979, when it segregated from the University of Oviedo. The school has campuses in León and Ponferrada, where 37 undergraduate and 18 graduate degrees are offered. These range from the classical Philology to more innovative options like the International Business Degree, part of which is taught in English. Furthermore, the school offers joint degrees with universities from other countries; i.e. the Renewable Energy Master or Master Business Studies, shared with three other European universities. Overall, the... See full description.

Universidad de Salamanca

Salamanca, Spain
The University of Salamanca is a Spanish institution of higher learning, established back in 1134 as a "General School of the Kingdom"; it is the oldest university in Spain and the fourth oldest European university in operation. The school is located in the town of Salamanca, which is west of Madrid and close to Portugal. The University of Salamanca is the first institution in Europe to be named ‘a university’, and still has many advantages that distinguish it from other schools: it is very well known for its Spanish courses for non-native speakers, attracting over two thousand... See full description.

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela, Spain
The Royal University of Santiago de Compostela – USC is a Spanish public university, founded in 1495. The school is located in the city of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, operating a second campus in Lugo, Galicia. Degrees cover a wide range of subject areas, which are organized into 19 faculties: Biology, Chemistry, Communication Sciences; Economics and Business Administration; Education Sciences; Geography and History; Law; Mathematics; Medicine and Dentistry; Pharmacy; Philology, Philosophy, Physics, Social Science, Psychology, Veterinary Medicine, Engineering, Labour... See full description.

Universidad de Sevilla

Seville, Spain
The University of Seville is a well-renown European university, based in Seville, Spain. It was established in 1505, and the building where it operates dates back to the 15th century when the Catholic Monarchs recovered the area from the Moors. The school has a student body of over 50,000, 25 centers, and is proud with its commitment to modernization, research, new information technologies, and Technology Transfer. One of the most important objectives the university follows is this of internationalization, which is supported by multi-lingual double degrees and a vigorous student mobility... See full description.

Universidad de Valladolid, Servicio de Relaciones Internacionales

Valladolid, Spain
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.

Universidad de Vigo

Vigo, Spain
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.

Universidad Miguel Hernández

Elche, Spain
The Miguel Hernández University is a Spanish University, founded in 1997 and located in the province of Alicante. The International Relations Office within the university was formed with the aim to support and promote the internationalization of the institution. The office’s main functions are to manage certain mobility programs for students, professors and administrative staff. These programs include LLP/Erasmus for students, professors and administrative staff – including study programs, placements, teaching activities, etc. UHM Destino program for students and professors – study... See full description.

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena - UPCT

Cartagena, Spain
The Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT) is the youngest technical university in Spain, being founded in the year of 1998. Still, Engineering and Business Studies have established a strong tradition at the university, as many of its schools exist since the beginning of last century. Besides, the school aims to promote its exchange programs, receiving students both from Europe and Latin American countries. Many PhD students from the latter choose UPCT to continue their careers or do research. The school offers degree studies and official master studies in its schools of... See full description.

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Madrid, Spain
The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid was founded in 1971 through the merger of different Technical Schools of Engineering and Architecture. The institution ranks as the top technical university in Spain with the majority of its Engineering Schools considered among the best in Europe. Furthermore, the UPM is part of the TIME network, which groups fifty engineering schools throughout Europe. The university consists of the schools of Architecture, Naval Engineering, Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering, Forestry Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Agricultural Engineering,... See full description.

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

Valencia, Spain
The Polytechnic University of Valencia opened its doors in 1968, as the Higher Polytechnic School of Valencia, and became a university in 1971. Still, it is worth noting that some of its schools are more than 100 years old. The institution is situated in Valencia, consisting of four campuses and 14 schools and faculties. It has a clear focus on science and technology, but also offers programs in the fields of business and management, fine arts, computer science, geodesy, cartography, enology, telecommunications engineering, industrial engineering, agricultural engineering, and so on. The... See full description.

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Tarragona, Spain
The Rovira i Virgili University was created from the existing universities of Reus and Tarragona in 1991, and was assigned to the University of Barcelona. The school is situated in the city of Tarragona, Catalonia, and perceives ‘European harmonization’ as the key aim it pursues. 12,000 students are educated in the areas of Experimental Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and various technical degrees. Together with the undergraduate, master’s and postgraduate degrees offered, the university provides a wide range of continuous learning courses - more than 80... See full description.

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