The English Philology Department is part of the School of Humanities at the University of Huelva, which is a young and high quality public Spanish institution, focusing on higher educational programs and academic research activities. The school is located at Huelva, and teaches 60 different degrees, master’s and doctoral programs. The professors from the English Philology Department, all belong to the field of English Philology, and teach at different Schools: School of Humanities, School of Education, School of Business Administration and School of Nursing. The degree in English... See full description.
The Faculty of theology San Vicente Ferrer of Valencia is an educational institution that offers graduate and postgraduate in: degree in Religious Sciences (cycle I) and master's degree in Religious Sciences (cycle II).
The RCU Escorial-Mª Cristina is an Upper Educational Center, which was created in 1892, and since then has been governed by the Augustinian religious order. It is a non-profit institution, aiming to form civic values in the students, who enroll there. The center offers the following official degree programs: the Bachelor of Laws, the Bachelor in Business Administration, and a private Degree in Chiropractic.
The school is located in a very special place, as the campus is part of the amazing monumental architectronic complex of the Royal Monastry of El Escorial, founded by King Phillip... See full description.
The University of Deusto is a Spanish Jesuit university, which grounds were laid in 1886. The school’s two campuses are located in the Basque Country’s major coastal cities: Bilbao and San Sebastian (Spain). It offers a wide range of degrees in various areas of study; all of its new undergraduate degrees have been adapted to the Bologna process, and have already been approved by ANECA (Spanish National Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation). When it comes to graduate studies, the institution offers 64 degrees from 8 specialist areas, 33 of which are official master's degrees... See full description.
The University of Navarra is a private pontifical university, established in 1952 by St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei. The school is located on the southeast border of Pamplona, Spain, but runs four campuses - Pamplona, San Sebastián, Madrid and Barcelona. It awards 27 official degrees, while also administering more than 300 postgraduate programs. It is comprised of 10 schools, 2 superior colleges, 2 university schools, its graduate business school, the International Graduate School of Management, the Superior Institute of Secretarial and Administrative... See full description.
Comillas Pontifical University was founded in 1890 in the town of Comillas, Spain, but moved to Madrid in 1969. It is a private university, and at the same time a catholic institution, run by the Society of Jesus. The university is ranked 5th in Spain for its law degrees, and 4th for its engineering degrees. It is also known for the various exchange programs it offers, as it has developed relationships with over 200 Higher Education Institutions around the world to offer students a variety of internships and international projects.
Comillas University provides undergraduate,... See full description.