University of Murcia History
The University of Murcia is the main and public university located in Murcia, Spain. It is the largest university in the Region in Murcia. The University of Murcia is the third oldest university in the Kingdom of Spain. It was established in the year 1272 by the King Alfonso X of Castile under the Crown of Castile.
University of MurciaPrograms, Courses, and Schools
The University of Murcia, offers 54 undergraduate programs, 70 master’s program, and 35 doctoral programs. The University also offers lifelong learning activities to the students. The University includes 16 faculties and 5 Schools. The University has more than 2000 academic staff and 800 administrative staff including 30,000 undergraduate students and 1500 postgraduate students.
University of Murcia Campuses
The University of Murcia has two campuses, which is La Merced the main campus in the center of the city and larger Espinardo is the second campus. The third campus is for Medical and Health Studies is located in Cuidad Sanitaria Virgen de la Arrixaca, the new campus had been located in San Javier that hosts the Sports Science faculty.
University of MurciaAchievements
University of Murcia, Prof Pablo Artal receives the 2019 Edgar D. Tillyer Award from OSA. The University of Murcia was also awarded for Video and Multimedia category award for OpenCourseWare Excellence.
The University also came up with the innovation like, The European Commission has launched the EIC (European Innovation Council) as part of the Horizon 2020 Work Program. The EIC is a specific structure for the coordination and promotion of innovation in Europe. In the previous programs of financing of the R&D they had oriented mainly to the R&D, with what the projects generated many patents but few got to materialize in concrete products in the market. The financing for innovation was smaller and, above all, more unstructured, since the calls for innovation in SMEs were in different areas.
University of Murcia USP
The University of Murcia ranked 151 for Position of Europe Teaching in World University Ranking. The University also ranked 7 out of 12 in Global U-Ranking, and 6 out of 8 in teaching and in investigation 9 out of 17 and innovation 16 out 0f 24 in U-Ranking.
University of Murcia Notable Alumni
José Guirao (Spanish cultural manager), Alejandro Casona (Spanish poet), Fernando LópezMiras (Spanish Politician), Ramón Luis Valcárcel (Vice-President of the European Parliament)
University of Murcia Application Requirements
University of Murcia Cost of studies
Tuition Fees: EUR 370
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees
University of Murcia 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.
University of Murcia Rankings
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