We would like to thank all of our 2017 University Partners for their generous support for the 29th Annual EAIE Conference.
There are many reasons to choose the University of Almeria. More than 13,000 students in Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctorate programmes enjoy every day its unique campus in front of the Mediterranean sea, the modern facilities and equipment, the highly-skilled teaching staff and its offer of language courses. Welcome!
The University of Cadiz, located in southern Europe, is made up of four campuses where a quality academic offer is provided for over 20,000 students. Its international cooperation strategy prioritises Europe, Latin America, North Africa and the post-soviet region. It also leads the International Sea Campus of Excellence (Ceimar).
The University of Córdoba (UCO) is a public higher education institution located in the south of Spain. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in health sciences, natural and experimental sciences, humanities, social and law sciences and engineering. UCO coordinates the Agrifood Campus of International Excellence.
The University of Granada is ranked second in Spain. A leading research university with a 500-year tradition of excellence in a wide range of disciplines and campuses in the World Heritage city of Granada and the north-African towns of Ceuta and Melilla, it offers an exciting international and multicultural experience.
Located in southwestern Spain, the University of Huelva is a vibrant and modern university which offers over 13,000 students a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees. True to its motto, “Sapere aude” (dare to know), it also hosts several research groups and institutes in different fields of study.
University of Jaén, the cradle of the olive tree, is located in south-eastern Spain. It hosts over 16,000 students, with increasing numbers – 650 for both inbound and outbound – of exchange students from 55 different countries. Modern facilities and a close rapport with students have earned it the distinction of "Excellent" (9.4/10, StudyPortals, 2016).
The University of Málaga (UMA), founded in 1972, offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes – 58 Bachelor’s, 53 Master’s degrees and 21 Doctoral programmes – taught in 18 schools. Our commitment to scientific development, innovation and mobility has made the UMA a cosmopolitan institution involved in high-level national and international research projects.
Founded in the 16th century, the University of Seville is one of the top-ranked universities in the world, with a student body of over 60,000. The University of Seville is well known for its vital science and technology research, with a special commitment and focus on regional growth.
UNIA is a public university with 20 years of history which has consolidated itself in the areas of postgraduate teaching, technological and pedagogical innovation and cultural promotion. It is strongly committed to international cooperation, especially in Latin America and the Maghreb, and collaborates closely with other Andalusian universities.
Pablo de Olavide University, one of Spain’s youngest public universities, offers over 30 undergraduate degrees and a number of award-winning graduate programmes. It is ranked among the top three in research productivity in Spain and prides itself on its innovative teaching practices, its student diversity and its global outlook.