The Catholic University of Ávila was founded on August 24, 1996 under the tutelage of the Bishopric of Ávila and thanks to the commitment of the main social and business forces of the city. The University's priority is to achieve the highest quality both in teaching and in the services it offers to its students, and in the work of its members. It is structured in two campuses in the city of Ávila.
Pretend a modern and agile education, adapted to the social and labour demands of today's world, and to the intellectual concerns of each student. It combines both classroom and online training, thus facilitating access to knowledge from anywhere in the world. All students have a platform that allows them to access live classes. They also have manuals and complementary material.
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The university has classrooms equipped with the latest technologies to develop classes interactively. It also has workshops and laboratories for physiotherapy, a mechanical engineering degree and a hospital simulation classroom for in-person nursing students and health studies. It also has a chapel, reprographics service, conference rooms, library and recreational and catering areas. The fields on Calle Canteros have large green areas.
The Catholic University of Ávila does not have accommodation for students but it does have an agreement with university residences in the city where you can stay and enjoy all the comforts.
Both campuses have a library equipped with a study area, and a study area. For both reference and loan publications. Has 617 paper books and 1949 electronic books. It also has journals, databases and in-house publications.
Yes, all classes have a digital whiteboard, wifi connection and specific classrooms equipped with computers and network connection. At all times the students and staff of the University have the support of qualified technicians who resolve any incidents that may arise in the development of the classes.
Hospitals and health centers are located off campus but are well communicated for travel by car and public transportation. There is a health center 20 minutes walk from the University.
One of the aims of the Catholic University of Ávila is to contribute to its environment and help the province's sports institutions. There are already more than 30 clubs in which the University is collaborating, granting scholarships and aid to study in Ucavila.
The university has a University Extension group that has a choir, a theatre group, organises reading clubs and various volunteer activities in which every student can participate.
The programmes of the Catholic University of Ávila (UCAVILA) are officially accredited by national accreditation agency ACSUCYL Spain.