University of Valencia


The University of Valencia is a public institute founded in 1499. It has three main urban campuses in Valencia city, Targoners, and Burjassot- Paterna, and some other facilities are in the heart of Valencia towns, such as the Botanical Garden, Rectorate, Cerverco Palace, and others.

This university has a total of 18 faculties and schools. Each offers undergraduate, master's, and Ph.D. programs in different departments. The University of Valencia offers studies in basic and experimental sciences, health sciences, engineering sciences, education, humanities, social and legal and economic sciences. This institute also provides a dual international degree program that allows students to study abroad at a partner university.

Courses here are primarily Spanish, but some undergraduate and graduate courses are taught fully or partially in English. Courses offered in English include economics as well as international business management.


It is a prominent educational institute with a student body of around 52,000, of which 8% are international students. The University of Valencia has an academic staff of more than 3,000 professors and teachers.

This university offers its academic staff and students to participate in several international exchange programs. These exchange programs are with foreign universities and other International Cooperation and Development Aid programs. It allows students to study in different universities in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The University of Valencia has partnered with international studies abroad based in Austin, Texas, to bring students from Canada and United States.


Minimal space is available at residence halls affiliated with the University of Valencia. These residences provide accommodation to the university community, promoting cultural and scientific training for its residents. The two main halls owned by the institute are Rector Peset Hall of residence and Damià Bonet Hall.

The Rector Peset Residence Hall of Residence is located in the old and historic area of Valencia city. It has a capacity for 179 students and 70 researchers. This place provides cultural and scientific training to its residents and hosts several exhibitions and diverse cultural and academic activities. Here residents are facilitated by 2 libraries, 4 television rooms, a computer room, gym, music and rehearsal room, 2 dining halls, and a cafeteria.

Damià Bonet Hall of Residence is located on Taronger Campus. It has a capacity of 440 students. In these residences, you have an option for fully furnished single and double apartments with a kitchen, bathroom, and internet connection. These residences include study rooms, a cafeteria, gym, common rooms, laundry, and parking.


  • By QS World Ranking, the University of Valencia ranks 571-580.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Valencia is ranked between 401-500.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank the University of Valencia at 212.


University of Valencia
Av. de Blasco Ibáñez, 13, 46010 València, Valencia, Spain

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