Blanquerna Foundation is part of Ramon Llull University, which is a non-profit institution, based in Barcelona, Spain. The school was established in 1990, and the Physiotherapy department lies within Blanquerna’s Faculty of Health Sciences, which pursues the mission to educate in a personalized and humanistic way its future physiotherapists, nutritionists, and nurses. The faculty is proud to have a good tradition in research, as well as the sound professional recognition of its graduates. The course programs are carefully designed, and very well-updated. Finally, the faculty has... See full description.
The UCV-US Program, Catholic University of Valencia is aimed, mainly, to USA students. They can take a semester or an academic year. The subjects studied are, among others, Spanish language and culture. Apart from the semester, summer y year long programs we offer the opportunity of Volunteer Work, Internships, always aimed at the academic and professional development of the American student.
Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio is a highly respected institution of higher education, based in Madrid, Spain. What truly distinguishes this school is the fact that it is the only Spanish and European educational institution to have received the AENOR global quality certification, as per international regulation UNE-EN ISO 9001. Furthermore, Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio regards itself as a humanist university, basing its philosophy on freedom and independence. The school offers 40 official programs in its schools of Health and Science, Engineering, Social Studies, and Applied Languages.... See full description.
The Antonio de Nebrija University is a private institution, established in 1995, and fully recognized by the Law of the Courts. It is a small university (about 2800 students), ensuring a personal approach, a lot of practical training, and the full integration of new technologies in the education process. Its campuses are located in Madrid – with one location in the center of the city, and another one in a natural park area in the outskirts.
The international programs at the school are dedicated to students, who come from all over the world with the aim to spend part of their academic... See full description.
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 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.
The Universidad Católica de Valencia "San Vicente Mártir" is an institution of higher education located in Valencia. His teaching is founded on the instruction, training and education, based in the Catholic tradition.
The Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia is orientated in the integral educaion of their students, both in the specific knowledge of each degree and personal training, according to the Christian humanism.
Universidad CEU Cardinal Herrera is a private university, situated in Valencia, Spain. The school’s origins go back to the year of 1971, when the first private Law school was opened in Valencia, while in 2001 it was given its current name. Universidad CEU Cardinal Herrera is part of the Foundation CEU-Saint Paul, which is the biggest educational group in Spain. It operates two campuses: in Moncada, a village 12 km from Valencia, and in Elche, a city in Alicante. The University has three Schools: Social Sciences, Experimental Sciences and Technical. In the first, students can learn... See full description.
La Universidad CEU San Pablo is a private institution founded 75 years ago, with about seven thousand students and 890 faculty. The University is oriented in the excellent training of its students, as well as to enhance the values of Christian humanism and culture.
The Complutense University of Madrid is known to be one of the oldest universities in the world. Its origins go back to 1293, when it was established as Estudio de Escuelas Generales de Alcalá. Its Schools of Philosophy, Spanish Literature, History, Pharmacy, Optometry, Journalism, Psychology, and Sociology hold the top rankings in the country, while the university itself is recognized as the best public institution in Spain.
The campus of the university is located in the center of Madrid, and a distinguishable trait is that it is committed to specialization in five thematic clusters:... See full description.
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 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 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.
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 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.
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.
The University of Granada (UGR) is a public university, situated in Granada, Spain, which has been educating students for more than five hundred years (its origins go back to 1531). The two other centers of the institution are located in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The UGR houses 17 faculties, over one hundred departments, and more than ten university institutes responsible for teaching, research, and development and innovation. The school has been known as an extremely popular destination for international students since 1992, when it established its Center for Modern Languages.... See full description.
The University of Jaén is a relatively young public university, located in Jaén, Andalucía, Spain. It was established in 1993, and currently has two additional satellite campuses in Linares and Ubeda. The degrees offered are more than 40 by number, and cover the areas of Humanities and Education, Experimental Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, and Engineering. They are organized into seven faculties, being available both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Furthermore, everyone has the option to pursue a combined degree, while international students are provided... See full description.
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.
The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is a Spanish university located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which is the capital city of Gran Canaria island. The school was established in 1989, as a result of a number of petitions from the people of Gran Canaria. It consists of five campuses: four in Gran Canaria (Tafira, Obelisco, San Cristóbal and Montaña Cardones), and one in the island of Lanzarote, with Tafira being the biggest one. The fields offered within the institution are mainly focused on technical and engineering studies like Civil Engineering, Architecture, and Software... See full description.
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.
The University of Málaga was created in 1972, and it acts as a public institution in Málaga, Spain, aiming to promote exceptional research and teaching within the European Higher Education Area. It stresses on the employment-oriented programs that are offered as well as the internationalization efforts the school has been making. Undergraduate programs are provided along with specialized teaching and postgraduate study such as PhDs, official Master's Degrees, internal studies, specialization courses, Spanish language for foreigners, summer courses and all kinds of scientific and... 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 University of Oviedo celebrated its 400th birthday in 2008, which makes it one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Spain, and it is also the only public university in the region of Asturias. The school has teaching campuses and research centers in Oviedo, Gijón and Mieres. It offers undergraduate, doctorate degrees, university masters, Spanish courses for foreigners, Foreign Language Courses, as well as adult programs. These cover the fields of Arts and Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences and Law, and Engineering and Architecture. The university also... See full description.
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.
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.
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 Vic is a relatively young Spanish university – it was established in 1997 with the purpose to play an essential role in the European and world educational world. The institution is strongly committed to its Catalan roots, and all students who do not know the language are offered free courses throughout the duration of their studies. The school has also developed a community service program, contributing to the regional environment in which it operates. As far as the programs offered are concerned, UVic offers European Higher Education Area (EHEA) Degrees, Master's... See full description.
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.
The University of Zaragoza is a Spanish public university, which history dates back to 1542, and is therefore considered to be one of the oldest universities in the world. It is situated in Zaragoza, which is a city in the Aragon region of Spain. However, the school has widened its realm of operation by opening teaching campuses and research centers in Huesca, Teruel, and Zaragoza. It is composed of 22 faculties and ranks among the best public universities in Europe, and is actually the only public university in the region it operates. The institution grants First and Second Level... 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 Universidad del País Vasco is a publicly-run institution of higher education, which purpose is the promotion and execution of knowledge and research. It operates three campuses, located in the Basque Country – in Vitoria-Gasteiz (administrative capital of the autonomous community), Bilbao (the biggest city in the region) and San Sebastian. 45,000 students follow a program within the 31 faculties and schools, 35% of whom study their curriculum in Basque. Therefore, the university is a truly bilingual community, aiming to also develop tuition in English and French. The university... See full description.
The European University of Madrid is a private university in Madrid, Spain, established in 1995. It currently has 12,500 students, who come from more than 60 countries. The large internationalization of the institution is due to that fact that it is a member of Laureate International Universities. Moreover, the school provides excellent opportunities for studying and work placements abroad. Students are also offered the option to gain dual degrees at universities worldwide, which is only one of the many advantages the institution has. The European university implements new bachelor’s... 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.
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.
The University of Valencia is an institution of higher learning, based in the Spanish city of Valencia. It is one of the oldest surviving universities in Spain (founded in 1499), and the oldest in the Valencian Community. Most of all, the school is perceived to be one of Spain's leading academic institutions.
The University of Valencia operates three campuses: The Burjassot Campus, where the colleges of Biology, Pharmacy, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and the School of Engineering are housed. The Blasco Ibañez Campus, where are the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Philosophy and... See full description.
The International University of Catalunya is an institution of higher learning, which started its operations in 1997. The school offers University degrees, master and postgraduate degrees, PhDs, and International Programs in a variety of fields. As of the 2008-2009 academic year, it made all study programs compliant with the regulations established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). This meant imparting all bachelor and diploma courses as formal degree programs. It also introduced new courses, such as the Degree in Medicine, The Degree in Publicity and Public Relations, and The... See full description.
Ramon Llull University is a non-profit private university, which was established in 1990 with the aim to promote personal as well as professional growth. The school is situated in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and is formed by 7 faculties, and the following schools and colleges: ESADE (Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas); La Salle Engineering and Architecture; Blanquerna Foundation; Philosophy Faculty (including philosophy and humanities); Pere Tarrés University School of Social Studies; Ebro Observatory Research Institute; University Institute of Mental Health;... See full description.
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.