The Universitat Internacional de Catalunya officially began its academic activities in October 1997. Organic Law 11/1983 on University Reform, (LRU) along with the 26/1984 Parliament of Catalonia Law, established the appropriate legal framework for the establishment of a university with the capacity to award official degree certificates.
A high proportion (40%) of the teaching programme is set aside for practical-based classes. Most of our teachers have professional backgrounds and the university nurtures a very close relationship with business via its work experience programmes.
The UIC's Student Services is in charge of informing and advising university students about how to manage their paperwork and also other extracurricular issues.
Personal advice is meant by the process of student support during the period of training at the University where, through personal student advisor and a climate of freedom and trust between both parties, will prepare the students to be gifted humanly and professionally develop their work satisfactorily in society, rewarding and supportive. In addition, through counseling contributes to training students in skills, abilities, potential, personal and social attitudes and values.
Information about student residences and other types of accommodation and online accommodation search services is provided by the Student Services. The UIC Barcelona provides guidance about the needs and preferences of the interested students. However, the colleges and student residences are autonomous in terms of their organisation: price, number of places, services, activities and admissions, etc.
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Meet the UIC environment and the spaces of our campuses, located in Barcelona and Sant Cugat del Vallès.
Sant Cugat Campus
The sports offer of this university has as main objective to promote, encourage and organize, among the members of the university community, the realization of activities and sport practices that help within the formation of the whole person through the values that sport promotes.
The University Students for Solidarity Service in the UIC was set up on the initiative of students themselves and is the platform based on which volunteering activities are encouraged within the university community.
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