Spanish Property Forsale

Spanish Buyers Guide

Spanish Links Section

Email Buy Spanish

Home Email
Related Links

Language Schools in Spain
Nursery Schools in Spain



Spanish Universaties
I'm moving to Spain and looking to study in Spain - Universities in Spain

If you are looking for a place to continue your studies, particularly if you have been a student of foreign languages, then Spain has a number of universities to enrich your intellect, most often found in the cultural centres of the country.

Malaga University on the Costa de Sol
The objectives of Malaga University and the General Foundation of the University of Malaga are the following: To serve the general interests as the university community. To make agile the transferences to the society of the benefits that the University can report.
Universidad de Málaga
Plaza de El Ejido, s/n
29071 Málaga

Tel: (+34) 952131109
Fax:(+34) 952345678

Web site:

Seville University on the Costa de la Luz


Sevilla University is a `Public Law' institution, endowed with legal capacity, which carries out its functions, in accordance with the current legislation, autonomously, and to which corresponds the responsibility of providing, as a public service, higher education, through study, teaching and research.
Universidad de Sevilla
C/ S. Fernando, 4
41004 Sevilla

Tel: +34 954 551049 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 954 551053 (Int'l Office)


Cadiz University on the Costa de la Luz

Founded on the 30th October 1979, Cadiz University is a growing institution, closely interwoven with the economic and social fabric of the province of Cadiz. Situated in southern Spain, opposite the coast of Africa, the University had 24000 students 1999/2000 academic year, with 1,499 lecturers.
Universidad de Cádiz
Dr. Marañón nº 3
11002 Cádiz

Tel: +34 956 01 5085 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 956 01 5086 (Int'l Office)


Huelva University on the Costa de la Luz

Huelva University is a young institution created in 1993 to serve the needs of students, teachers and researchers. As a public institution, it offers numerous and varied degrees and diplomas adapted to the social-economic and cultural idiosyncratic characteristics of Huelva and its province.
Universidad de Huelva
Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales
Campus de El Carmen – Edif. Marie Curie
21071 – Huelva

Tel: (+34) 959018001
Fax:(+34) 959018080

Web site:

Granada University on the Costa Tropical

The original Granada University, La Madraza, was founded by the Moorish Sultan Yusuf I in 1349. The building was later used as the town hall and is still standing today, close to the cathedral. The modern University owes its origins to the initiative of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, grandson of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella and Ferdinand. In 1531, Pope Clement VII issued a papal bull granting the foundation in Granada of a College of General Studies.
Universidad de Granada
Vicerrectorado de Investigación y Relaciones Internacionales
Hospital Real
Cuesta del Hospicio, s/n
18071 Granada

Tel: +34 958 243013 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 958 243009 (Int'l Office)


Almeria University on the Costa Almeria

The University of Almería is a public university which was founded by the Parliament of Andalusia in 1993 and so in this sense it is a relatively new university that was primariry established to enhance the city as an historical, cultural and educational centre. Currently 29 degrees are available at the University of Almería, counting with 681 professors and 15.020 students.
Universidad de Almería
Carretera Sacramento s/n
La Cañada de San Urbano
04120 Almería

Tel: +34 950 015046
Fax: +34 950 015384


Cartagena University on the Costa Calida

The great tradition of schooling in Cartagena began 100 years ago and still continues nowadays, especially the studies of Technology and Economy. The technology studies of Cartagena where, because of their antiquity, at the start of the development of the Techonology studies in Spain. Actually, the department of mineral engineering is third centre created in Spain and the department of industrial engineering was also on the first centres of its kind in Spain. During their development, they followed different ways until their roads converged and where integrated in the Technical University of Cartagena.
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
C/ San Juan, 4
30202 Cartagena

Tel: +34 968 507687
Fax: +34 968 321432


Murcia University on the Costa Calida

Murcia University was built in 1272, during the reign of Alfonso X, El Sabio. However the university had a tumultuous start and disappeared shortly after its creation. The University of Murcia of today was founded in 1915 and integrated into the Colegio de La Merced which has been transformed into the Law Faculty. There are approximately 34,000 students studying at the University and this number has been increasing due to the popularity of the University´s location and the amount of courses on offer.
Universidad de Murcia
C/ Santo Cristo, 1
30001 Murcia

General Information: Tel: +34 968 364222
Tel: +34 968 363620/ 968 363621 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 968 363603/ 968 363506 (Int'l Office)


Elche University on the Costa Blanca

The University Miguel Hernández of Elche is a public university that is run by Jesús Rodriguez Marín. He aims to continue the history of the university and continue its drive to attain the best education possible for its students. The university is very clear in that it has a determined intention of offering teaching and investigation of the highest quality. Their goals are very specific to the university itself and are linked to its spirit.
Universidad Miguel Hernández
Campus Elche - Edf. La Galia
Avda. del Ferrocarril, s/n - 03202
Elche (Alicante)

Tel: +34 96 665 8717/ 96 665 8681
Fax: +34 96 665 8715/ 96 665 8632


Valencia University on the Costa Blanca

Valencia University in situated in Valencia, the capital of the Valencian region is a coastal town brimming with students. Students come from far and wide to study at this university because it is surrounded by great beaches and good weather, giving it a thoroughly mediterranean atmosphere. However, the beaches are not the only attraction to this city as it also has historical roots as the city itself was founded as long ago as 137 A.C.
Universidad de València
Antiga Senda Senent, 11
46071 València

Tel: +34 96 386 44 98 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 96 386 41 17 (Int'l Office)


Alicante University on the Costa Blanca

Alicante University is situated in the region of Valencia, is a modern university in contrast to its ancient counterparts in Spain and was founded in 1979. However, it was built on the foundations of a previous institution, the University of Orihuela which was created in 1545. Therefore, the university in its surroundings is not only an impressive eductional institution but also a popular cultural centre in Alicante.
Universidad de Alicante
Carretera San Vicente del Raspeig s/n
03690 San Vicente del Raspeig

Tel: +34 96 590 3400
Fax: +34 96 590 3464


Tarragona University on the Costa Dorada

Tarragona University, Rovira i Virgili, is the public university of the southern regions of Catalonia, with campuses in Tarragona, Reus and Vilaseca. The university tradition in the region dates back to the 16th century. In 1991, several centres merged to form a new university that bears the name of Antoni Rovira i Virgili, former president of the Parliament of Catalonia.
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
C / Escorxador, s/n
43003 Tarragona

Tel: +34 97 755 8000/ +34 902 337 878
Fax: +34 97 755 8022/ +34 97 755 8258


Girona University on the Costa Brava

Girona University was established in 1991 in accordance with the Establishment Act approved by the Parliament of Catalonia on the basis of the initiative begun in 1968 which was manifested in the establishment of technical, science, humanities and social sciences studies. The students of the UdG (more than 13,500 in the academic year 2000-1) are organised through their representative body, the Students’ Council.
Universitat de Girona, 2003
Pl. Sant Domènec, 3
17071 Girona

Tel: +34 972 41 80 03
Fax: +34 972 41 80 31

Barcelona University on the Costa Brava

The University of Barcelona (UB) was founded in 1450. The present central buiding was inaugurated in 1871. Today the university has four campuses, in different parts of the city. The UB is the oldest and largest of the six universities in Barcelona, and of the ten in Catalonia. It has 76.000 students --more than half of the total student population of Catalonia-- and is the second largest in terms of students number in Spain.
Universitat de Barcelona,
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585
08007 Barcelona

Tel: +34 93 4021709 (Int'l Office)
Fax: +34 93 4035387 (Int'l Office)


Catalunya University on the Costa Brava

The Catalunya University Faculty of Experimental Sciences and Technology occupies this campus and the following studies are offered: Diploma in Engineering in Agricultural and Food Industries, Engineering in Farming-Stockbreeding, and Engineering in Horticulture, Fruit-growing and Gardening. The university today is a very popular destination for both Spanish and foreign students who wish to persue studies in Spain.
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
C/ Inmaculada, 22
08017 Barcelona

Tel: +34 932 541800
Fax: +34 934 187673

Introduction First Steps to Buying Where to Buy Finding the Right Home Buying a Townhouse Buying a Villa New and Resale Finance Foreign Currency Mortgages Legal Matters Insurances The Cost of Property
Copyright ©2006