Consider the universities of the three cities recognized as the most student cities: Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.Studying in Barcelona
Studying in Madrid
- In the 90s of the last century, the Catalan capital entered a phase of rapid development. That's why the young universities of this city are in the focus of more attention.
- The Universitat de Barcelona (University of Barcelona) founded in 1450 is one of the oldest. It's one of the 200 best universities in the world and has a wide variety of faculties and programs.
- The UAB (Autonomous University of Barcelona) is one of the youngest universities. According to the rating of the "Young Universities of the World" it occupies the 10th place in the world!
- The Universitat Pompeu Fabra is the youngest on that list. It began its activities in 1990, but it has already surpassed its older counterparts in terms of job placement among graduates, which is 83%.
- The Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya) is the largest in Catalonia and ranks 2nd among Spanish universities.
Studying in Valencia
- The Spanish capital is a place where the children of royal families and the main political figures of the country study in universities. And it affects the level of education in these universities.
- The Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), founded in 1968, is one of the best public universities in the country. Its Faculty of Mathematics is ranked 75th in the world, and the Faculty of Law is considered the best in the country.
- Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) is the most prestigious university in Spain. Cervantes and Calderon de la Baraka studied there, as well as seven Nobel Prize winners!
- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Polytechnic University of Madrid) is the best technical university in Spain. Most of its technical schools are considered the best not only in Spain, but also in Europe.
Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain, and it has everything ahead of it. It has not yet become as popular as Barcelona, and therefore there are no crowds of tourists or exorbitant prices here yet. But it has all the same charms as the Catalan capital: sea beaches within the city, excellent mild climate, developed infrastructure, a rich cultural life.
Universitat de Valencia (University of Valencia) is the oldest university of this city that was opened in 1499 and is the second in Europe in terms of the number of students who come under the international student exchange program Erasmus.