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Why to study it at the University of Valencia?

The University of Valencia (officially Universitat de València-Estudi General, in Valencian language), founded in 1499 under the name of Estudi General (General Study), is one of the most important and eldest universities in Spain. It is a public university, teaching and research oriented in almost every knowledge areas. It is among the four better universities in Spain according to the accreditation system developed by the University of Shanghái Jiao Tong.
It is divided into three main campuses: Blasco Ibáñez, Tarongers and Burjassot, having in addition several extensions, delegations, affiliated centres and model locations, such as the historical building of La Nau, the Botanical Garden or the Palau de Cerveró. It has Wi-Fi in all its facilities, e-mail services for all the students, laboratories, Languages school and sports facilities.
The University of Valencia is among the four most outstanding universities in Spain in the field of R&D&I, having 18 University Institutes (three of them are joint centres with the Spanish Research Council). The Science Park of the University of Valencia must be highlighted, in which there are research groups together with the technological business incubator, and spin-off companies of the university itself and another that are external.

 
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