Jaume I University History
Jaume I University knew as Universitat Jaume I or UJI is a Spanish university situated in Castello de la Plana, Valencia. The university was established in the year 1991 and is named after the founder of Kingdom of Valencia, King Jaume I. The university currently enrolls over 15,000 students.
Jaume I University Programs, Courses and Schools
Jaume I University offers a number of undergraduate degrees in Medicine, Psychology, Computer Engineering, Computational Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Agri-food Engineering, and Rural Management, Chemistry, Video Game Design, Journalism, and Tourism to name a few.
Jaume I University also offers a wide array of research and graduate programs in subjects like Teaching and Acquisition of the English Language in Multilingual Contexts, Ethics and Democracy, History of Visual Art and Culture, Applied Research in Feminist, Gender and Citizenship Studies, ELT, Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling, and Geospatial Technologies.
Jaume I University Campuses
Jaume I University is located in the city of Castello de la Plana in Valencia, Spain. The campus is spread over an area of the 176,000-metre square out of which 13,000-metre square Jardi dels Sentits or the garden of senses occupies the centre with all the buildings and faculties articulated around it.
Jaume I University also offers facilities like libraries, classrooms and lecture halls, eating places, laboratories, computer and internet access, and study spaces in addition to sports facilities, education support unit, and psychological assistance service.
Jaume I University Achievements
Jaume I University ranks 32nd in Spain by El Mundo and 20th in the country according to the study by Ranking Web of Universities. The university also appears at 794th place worldwide in rankings compiled by Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
Jaume I University’s professor of Applied Physics, Juan Bisquert is counted amongst world’s 3000 most cited authors by the Highly Cited Researchers rankings. The university is also highly renowned for its research programs in Chemistry and Material Sciences.
Jaume I University USP
Jaume I University offers numerous study abroad and summer school opportunities through the ERASMUS program. The students are encouraged to study at other higher education institutions in Europe to gain exposure and valuable experience.
Jaume I University has a high acceptance rate and the university also administers grants and scholarships by Ministry of Education and Ministry of Education, Research, Culture and Sports to assist students with tuition fee.
Jaume I University Notable Alumni
Isabel Bonig (Spanish Politician), Glòria Tello Company (Politician), Ricardo Costa Climent (Spanish Politician), and Mohamed Salama Badi (Ambassador and Diplomat).
Jaume I University Application Requirements
Jaume I University Deadlines
Bachelors: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Masters: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Jaume I University Rankings
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