University of Girona

Girona, Spain
The University of Girona is a public institution devoted to excellence in teaching and research and to participating in the progress and development of society through the creation, transmission, dissemination and criticism of knowledge related to the sciences, technology, the humanities, the social sciences and the arts.



The University of Girona is Heir to the so-Called General Survey Which Was created in 1446 by Alphonse the Magnanimous, whoa Granted Girona the privilege of awarding degrees in grammar, rhetoric, philosophy and theology, law and medicine. This academic initiative Was entrusted to the Church and municipal trustees, goal classes did not begin Officially until 1572.


The faculties and schools of the University of Girona are the centers responsible for the organization of teaching and the processes that lead to the obtaining of official titles. Currently offer over forty degrees covering the five main areas of knowledge: Science, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Technical.


The university research institutes are units engaged in scientific and technical research or artistic creation. Provide technical advice on the scope of their powers and can organize and develop programs and doctoral studies and graduate.

Research Institutes
  • Institute of European and Comparative Private Law
  • Catalan Institute of Language and Culture
  • Institute of the Environment
  • Institute of Computational Chemistry and catalysis
  • Institute of Educational Research
  • Higher Institute of Tourism Studies (INSETUR)
  • Institute of Historical Research
  • Quality of Life Research Institute
  • Institute of Food and Agricultural Technology
  • Institute of Aquatic Ecology
  • Institute of Informatics and Applications


Student services

The Service of Academic Management and Students (SGAE) in charge of coordinating the processes specific to the academic and also the assessment and management procedures as a general access to university grants , charging tuition amounts and shipments of qualifications.

ICT services

The Information Technology Service is the unit in charge of applying ICT (information and communications technology) so that the University achieve its objectives and tasks, managing basic ICT infrastructure developing applications, machining information systems and deploying user computer systems for teaching, research and management, which we support.

Medical services

The Office of Occupational Health is a service for all employees of the University of Girona which aims to carry out the necessary preventive measures to ensure adequate protection of the health and safety of workers, advising and assisting the University management, workers and their representatives and specialized representative bodies.

Student Life

Campus life

The schools are located on three campuses: the Old Town Centre and Montilivi, offering a perfect setting for the integral development of our students, thanks to the wide range of complementary services that offers the University of Girona.