The University of Almería (UAL) is located in the southeast of Spain, in the region of Andalusia. It was founded in 1993 and currently has over 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Despite its recent creation, UAL has been positioned in the highest levels of scientific and academic knowledge in different areas and currently has great prestige both nationally and internationally.
The UAL offers 32 degrees, 40 official masters, 14 doctoral programs and a wide range of further training.
The University of Almería is the third university in Andalusia in scientific and academic production with over 300 scientific research agreements signed with companies, around 10 patents, over 700 published papers and the edition of 3 annual scientific journals
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We also have a large dining room, several cafes, hosting service, bike rental, entertainment and leisure activities, free PCs, WI-FI, etc.
Furthermore, the campus life is as enjoyable as the environment and weather of the province of Almeria. Its location, by the sea, makes the campus a unique environment. But what undoubtedly makes students’ stays really successful is the Andalusian character and lifestyle: friendly, cheerful, enterprising and proud of their homeland and customs.
With regard to sports facilities, we count with different tennis, paddle, football, basketball and volleyball courses. We also have an Olympic indoor pool, fitness center, sauna, spinning room, a fully equipped gym and specialized rooms for other activities requested by students. Vice-Chancellorship of Internationalization. Furthermore, the Sports Service of our University offers students plenty of leisure and free-time activities in contact with nature, such as hiking, rafting, diving, skiing, snowboarding, canoeing, caving and horseback riding, among others.
Furthermore, the University of Almería has been recently appointed as Campus of International Excellence (cei) by the Spanish Ministry of Education, in the following fields of knowledge: Agrifood (ceiA3); Sea Studies (ceiMar), Global Change and Biodiversity (ceiCambio) and Cultural and Natural Heritage (ceiPatrimonio).