University Of Valencia

University of Valencia was founded in 1499 by the Valencian city juries, and acknowledged by the Pope Alexander VI in 1501, the Universitat de València was initially dedicated to the study of Medicine, Humanities, Theology and L

  • Nowadays it is a modern European public University open to almost every branch of    teaching,         research and learning in: 
  • 81 start-up companies located in the scientific park
  • 6 interdisciplinary research structures
  • 92 departments
  • 19 Institutes and Research Centers
  • 18 faculties and schools + Doctoral schools
  • 4 campus
  • University of Valencia is organized in:
  • Education sciences
  • Social, economic and legal sciences
  • Humanities
  • Health Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Experimental sciences 

Students

  • 43.427 undergraduate students (8,15% international students)
  • 5.302 students of official masters (15,45% international students)
  • 4.305 PhD students (20,49% international students)
  • 8.982  other postgraduate
  • 2.040 incoming students in international mobility programs
  • 1.733 university students in other universities in the world (outgoing)

Studies

  • 64 Undergraduate Degrees
  • 116 master's degrees, 2 of them Erasmus Mundus
  • 64 PhD programs, 24 of them with Excellence

Staff

  • 3.300 academic staff & researchers
  • 1.700 technical workers &administrative staff

The Universitat de Valencia extends throughout the city of Valencia and its metropolitan area on three university campuses: the campus linked by Blasco Ibáñez Avenue, the Tarongers campus and the Burjassot-Paterna campus.

  • Underground
  • Tram
  • Bus
  • Bicycle
  • Municipal bicycle
  • Walking
  • Car
  • Moto
  • Train
  • Collaboration Agreement between the University of Valencia and MetroValència (Valencia public         transport)
  • On the web there is a section with information on means of transportation and routes to access         each campus