The Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, known as UAM is a Spanish public university, founded in 1968. The school is located in Cantoblanco, a rural area in the northern outskirts of Madrid, and it is considered to be one of Spain’s most reputable institutions of higher education. The Faculty of Law within the school is known to be the best in the country. Other faculties and schools, granting undergraduate and graduate degrees include the Faculty of Philosophy and Liberal Arts; the Faculty of Economical Science and Business Management; Sciences; Medicine; Psychology; Superior Polytechnic... See full description.
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.
The University of Cádiz is a public university in Spain, known for its medicine and marine sciences curricula. Its founding goes back to 1979. The school is situated in Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain, but there are three more satellite campuses that it operates: Bahía de Algeciras Campus; Jerez de la Frontera Campus; and Campus of Puerto Real. The school grants, bachelor’s, master’s degrees, PhDs, as well as courses of continuous training and professional degree courses. Some of the schools within the university are these of Modern Languages, Health, Engineering, Labor Relations, Legal... See full description.
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 Universidad de Murcia, or University of Murcia, is the primary university in the city of Murcia in Spain. Home to nearly 40,000 students, it is the largest university in the Region de Murcia. After the University of Salamanca (established in 1218) and the University of Valladolid (1241), the University of Murcia is the oldest university in Spain; it was founded in the year 1272 AD by King Alfonso X of Castile, under the crown of the same name.
Although its origins date back to the late 13th century, the present-day University of Murcia was founded in 1915. Today, as it nears its... See full description.
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.
The Universidad del País Vasco is the only public university in the Basque Country, in Northern Spain. It has campuses over the three provinces of the autonomous community: the Biscay Campus (in Leioa, Bilbao, Portugalete and Barakaldo, the Gipuzkoa Campus (in San Sebastián and Eibar), and the Álava Campus (in Vitoria-Gasteiz). It is the main research institution in the Basque Country, carrying out 90% of the basic research performed in that territory and taking full advantage of the excellent industrial environment that the region boasts. The University offers roughly 80 degree... See full description.
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.