Welcome back to our weekly presentation! The RIPEC partner presenting itself today is University of Cádiz.
UCA is a modern university, with approximately 1700 academics and 20.000 graduate, master and doctoral students with 15 faculties located in 4 University Campuses. It counts near to 1700 people between Staff and Professors, 700 non-academic staff, and around 1800 scientists distributed in more than 130 Research Groups. It appears in the Times Higher Education Ranking of the 1000 best universities in the world.
The academic offer encompasses all branches of knowledge: Arts and Humanities, Business, Sciences, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Social and Legal Sciences with a total of 43 Degrees (19 of them double degrees); 56 Official Master Programs (1 Erasmus Mundus) and 19 Doctorate Programs organized around two doctoral schools: EIDEMAR, linked to the Campus of International Excellence of the Sea (CEI · MAR) and EDUCA, which includes the rest of the doctorate offer. The UCA is committed to marine and agro-food specialization through two International Campus of Excellence: it is the coordinator of the Campus of International Excellence of the Sea (CEI · MAR) and participates in the Campus of International Agri-food Excellence (ceiA3).
The UCA is the only Spanish university that offers all the cycles of studies related to the sea, so that its academic offer in this area includes a total of 9 degree degrees, the double degree of CC. of the Sea and Environmental, 17 master’s degrees and 4 doctoral programs attached to the EIDEMAR doctoral school of the Campus of International Excellence of the Sea, with a specific offer supported by 16 research teams from different areas of knowledge. CEIMAR has become an international benchmark of knowledge, experience, teaching and scientific research, in the marine-maritime field, bringing together all disciplines related to the sea from the Sciences, Engineering and Humanities.
The specialized offer is complemented by state-of-the-art or unique technology degrees such as Aerospace Engineering, Biotechnology, Oenology, Cybersecurity, New Materials, Applied Linguistics, Physical Activity and Sports Sciences, or Port and Logistics Management, among others.
The University of Cádiz leads the European University of the Seas (SEA-EU), an alliance of six universities also composed of the University of Western Brittany (France), the University of Kiel (Germany), the University of Gdansk. (Poland), the University of Split (Croatia) and the University of Malta (Malta). SEA-EU has been selected by the European Commission within the first call of the ERASMUS+ KA2 European Universities Initiative. This alliance involves universities with strengths and experience in research, dissemination and education related to the maritime sector.
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