The University of A Coruña is a Spanish public university, founded in 1989. It is located in the city of A Coruña, Galicia, and operates two main campuses - in A Coruña and nearby Ferrol. Established in 1989, the university departments are divided between two primary campuses. The university is also known with the fact that it is very open to the society and it offers a wide variety of programs – ranging from Economic Analysis and Business Administration through Molecular and Cellular Biology, Law, English Philology and Psychology to Information Technology and Communications and... 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 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.