University of Zaragoza History
The University of Zaragoza is a public university located in Zaragoza, in the Aragon region of Spain. It was established in the year 1542, it is one of the oldest university in Spain, with a history dating back to the Roman Period.
University of ZaragozaPrograms, Courses, and Schools
The University of Zaragoza offers degree programs, master’s programs and even doctorate programs. The university also offers faculty such as Faculty of Law, University School for Technical Engineering, Polytechnics, and Higher Polytechnics Centre. The University also includes courses in Spanish as Foreign Language. The University also has research centers such as Immunotherapy Cancer Research in Aragon. The University also has 3,911 academic staff, 1,806 administrative staff including 36,492 self-study as well as international participants.
University of Zaragoza Campuses
The University of Zaragoza campuses are located in the Community of Aragon in Spain. The community is formed of 3 provinces: Zaragoza, Huesca, and Teruel.
The Zaragoza campus is divided into five different locations throughout the city. Campus Plaza urban center is that the largest of the 5 locations and is home to a majority of the university schools and departments in Zaragoza. The other four locations, Campus Rio Ebro, EscuelaUniversitaria de Turismo, Plaza de Basilio, and Facultad de Veterinaria host only one to two colleges each.
The Huesca location has a number of colleges including the Polytechnic School, Faculty of Health and Sport Science, Faculty of Humanities and Education, and Faculty of Business and Public Management. Also, the affiliated School of Nursing of San Jorge hospital is located in Huesca.
The Teruel campus is home to the technical school wherever you find computer engineering and similar programs. It is also the location of the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences and the affiliated School of Nursing of the Obispo Polanco hospital.
University of Zaragoza Achievement
University of Zaragoza, Santiago Ramon y Cajal was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1906 and it is widely recognized is the father of modern neuroscience. In 2011, the university had an estimated 3,803 researchers and 8,305 partnering companies.
University of Zaragoza USP
The University of Zaragoza, in 2014 and 2015 university was ranked for Spanish Master Programs. In 2013 the university came 9 in top universities in Spain. The University also provides Scholarship to the students who deserve.
University of Zaragoza Notable Alumni
Gaspar Lax (Spanish philosopher and mathematician), César Alierta (Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Telefónica S.A.), Antonio Mingote (Spanish cartoonist and writer), Manuel Azaña (2nd President of the Second Spanish Republic, served as 55th and 63rd Prime Minister of Spain)
University of Zaragoza Application Requirements
University of Zaragoza Deadlines
Bachelors: Rolling Basis
Masters: Rolling Basis
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.