The University of Castilla-La Mancha was created by law on June 30th, 1982 through the union of different university centres into a single institution. The UCLM began its first academic year in 1985.
The range of educational opportunities for students wishing to complete their education abroad also includes firmly established programmes such as Erasmus studies and Erasmus Practices or Leonardo. Said programmes made the mobility of some 700 students and over 70 professors in the year 2009 alone possible.
The UCLM is an open gateway to educational quality, the promotion of research culture, the design of future policies; in other words, the University’s acquired commitment to the society of Castilla-La Mancha.
The Employment Centre for Orientation and Information (CIPE) is a specialized service of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, dependent on the Vice-Chancellor of Students, whose primary mission is to help youths having graduated to enter the job market.
For the university student, CIPE is an instrument to help them seek employment. For companies and institutions, it acts as a consulting service which provides orientation and support in the recruitment process of qualified young university students with great potential.
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The UCLM library is a resource center for learning, teaching, research and activities related to the running and management of the University as a whole. It is organized into 4 general libraries and 11 core libraries.
The University of Castilla–La Mancha is located at four Campuses: Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo and even extends to Almadén and Talavera de la Reina.
At present, we are working to place our University in a relevant position at a national and international level, aims we will achieve with the collective support and unanimous commitment of the university community.
Generally speaking, this university’s sports activities program is divided into two great blocks: on the one hand, competitions (the Rector Trophy); and on the other hand, recreation, training and fitness. Soccer, basketball, tennis, badminton, squash, archery, judo, track and field, fitness, skiing, golf, fencing, aerobics and fishing are only a few of the countless activities you can do at our University. There is also the opportunity to get the UCLM Sports Card, with interesting advantages for students.
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