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La Nau Gran is the training programme for seniors offered by the University of Valencia. It has more than 20 years of experience and this academic year it offers eleven different training pathways, of three compulsory courses.

The only access requirement to the programme is reaching 55 years old during the calendar year of enrolment. This year 60 places are available on each pathway, and five places by pathway will be reserved for the retired staff of the University of Valencia (PAS and PDI).

The Universitary Programme La Nau Gran is made up of eleven pathways in the three Campus of the Universitat de València.

Blasco Ibáñez Campus

  • Pathway in History of Art
  • Pathway in History
  • Pathway in Society and Territory
  • Pathway in Philosophy and Humanities
  • Pathway in Psychology
  • Pathway in Language, Literature and Communication
  • Pathway in Health Sciences
  • Pathway in Education

Tarongers Campus

  • Pathway of Social and Economic Sciences
  • Pathway of Law, Political Science and Criminology

Burjassot Campus

  • Pathway in Science and Technology

They present diverse contents distributed among:

  • The basic subjects of each pathway, which guarantee a common basic introduction to the main subjects of the field of knowledge.
  • The optional subjects that allow the students of La Nau Gran to share the classrooms with the students of the official degrees of the University, as well as choosing the most appropriate subjects for their curiosities and interests.
  • An annual lecture.
  • Other courses and activities chosen by each student between the varied offer of Nau Gran en Obert and other services of the University (sports, culture...) recognized as credits of the program.

It is necessary to study and pass all the core subjects (45 credits) as well as 30 optional and free-choice credits within the three academic years to obtain the Nau Gran Diploma in the pathway (75 credits).

Classes begin and end on the dates set for each academic year by the Universitat de València.