The University of Lleida was the first university in Catalonia and the whole Crown of Aragon (Spain). It was founded between 1297 and 1301, and is located in the town of Lleida. It is known to be strongly committed to new technological innovations, while also providing some unique services. It has created a practical training session program, an Employment Service, and a Psychological Care Service. The university has libraries on each of its campuses, too.
The school offers degrees and certificates, which are divided into cycles. A diploma or a technical engineering certificate is awarded for the short-cycle degrees, which usually last for three years, while the long-cycle degrees consist of two cycles. Upon completion, students are granted a university degree or a degree in advanced engineering. Currently, the school is implementing new degrees that comply with the guidelines of the European Space for Higher Education.
- Labor Relations
- Engineering Science
- Hospitality, Leisure, Tourism and Travel
- Human Studies and Services
- Social Work
- Athletics and exercise science
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