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The University of Valencia

The University of Valencia, founded in 1499, is a higher education institution with corroborated teaching and researching experience with more than 90 departments assigned to 18 centres, 19 research institutes and more than 5,000 people, both teaching and administrative and services staff.

The University of Valencia (Universitat de València as official name) is one of the oldest and biggest universities of Spain. Currently, it has an approximate amount of 55,000 students (45,000 undergraduate and 10,000 postgraduate).

It is a public and modern university which, with its great teaching, researching and technological potential, offers services of quality and is committed to the innovation and special link with industries and institutions by means of the combining execution of advanced research projects and internships in order to favour the job-placement of its graduates.

The University of Valencia offers a complete range of studies in nearly all the scientific fields: arts and humanities, engineerings, health sciences, sciences and social sciences. It includes 67 undergraduate studies, 76 postgraduate programmes, 80 official master's degrees and 100 doctorates.

The teaching teams of the Postgraduate Official Programmes consist of outstanding researchers of the University of Valencia. More information in postgraduate.

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