The origin of the University of Seville was the Santa María de Jesús School, founded by archdeacon Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella in the late 1460´s. The five centuries leading to the modern University can be divided into five fundamental stages.
The US boasts one of the widest offerings of degree programmes in Spain:
69 degree/90 Masters
The University of Seville considers research to be the work of creating, developing and updating scientific, technical, artistic and cultural criteria. Research activity is carried out in the heart of the Departments, University Institutes, and Research Centres; and is supported by public and private funding. The University has a strong commitment to socio-economical development of the Seville area, and therefore carries out intense transfer of knowledge and technology to society and its economic fabric.
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Easy information access is available with WIFI networks and the most complete Virtual Platform found in the Spanish University system. Electronic Administration and Virtual Classrooms are already available.
Our Campus consists of more than 30 Centres, 120 Departments, 80,000 m2 of sports facilities certified as Superior Athletics Facilities, Libraries, etc. The US is a collection of modern and complete facilities that are integrated within the city.
Activities involving Culture, Athletics and Sustainable Development add value to your studies.
It has been great so far. Proffesors were experts on the topics covered in the degree and their teaching was exceptional. They tried to arrange as many visits as posible, scheduled lots of lab sessions, made classes interactive and interesting, etc. After the severe COVID-19 outbreak, the University had some struggles when transitioning to telematic teaching methods....
Most of my issues with my experience at the University of Seville stem from the fact that my course was taught entirely in Spanish and I am not a fluent speaker. My expectation was that after having moved to Spain with my family, I would improve my Spanish-speaking skills with language lessons before the first semester started, and then I would be proficient enough to pass...
Very theoretical university. It has potential but it´s quite old-fashioned.