UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia is a private university founded in 1996 with a clear mission: to provide students with the knowledge and skills to serve society, to contribute to the further expansion of human knowledge through research as an integral part of the development of man and mankind, and to participate in the evangelical mission of the Catholic Church in education.
UCAM students can count on personalized attention that fits their needs. UCAM staff value personal relationships in the learning context. This is why each student is given a personal tutor and class sizes are deliberately kept small. The variety of the academic programs on offer, constantly adapted to the real needs of society and recognized by the European Higher Education Area, reflects this core guideline: each student is a reason for UCAM to continue its work of striving for perfection.UCAM’s formation is integral, comprehensive and provides opportunities for the human development through volunteering activities, congresses, seminars, research projects and religious services.
UCAM has a special environment both culturally and historically. Its main campus is located around the XVIII century Jerónimos Monastery (National Monument) where infrastructures, labs, and research rooms provide UCAM’s students with excellent facilities to combine theoretical knowledge with practical implementation.
The Catholic University of Saint Anthony empowers students to develop their own real-world skills. The campus’ top class infrastructure, its labs, and studios allied with the practical subjects will get students ready to put the acquired knowledge into action.Students have to complete an internship in a public or private institution where they will receive a taste of their future field of expertise. For the more academic profiles, UCAM provides more than 50 research groups that work in close collaboration with enterprises such as Coca Cola, Danone, Vodafone or Siemens.
The study rooms are spaces equipped with tables and chairs specially designed for the work or study of the students. It have good lighting and plenty of space to help these tasks. By attending UCAM’s courses on-campus, students have the opportunity to live in Spain, specifically in Murcia, where international students are particularly welcomed.Despite the high quality of life offered by the Region of Murcia, the cost of living is not too high. Here is a rough estimation of some basic elements related to accommodation, meals, entertainment, among others so you can prepare your expenditures before you arrive in Murcia.
UCAM has created a housing database, available to all international students, as well as members of the educational community, to facilitate their search for housing. International Admissions Staff will assist you to find the right accommodation to suit your needs.You can see all active housing offers and requests and it will present the best options according to your criteria. All this information is available free in our Students Information Service (SIE)
The mission of the Library of the UCAM is to facilitate access and dissemination of the information resources and documentation in any medium, print or electronic, by providing its users with the bibliographic information necessary for the researcher. The Library is involved with the quality, excellence and committed to continuous improvement of its services.
The Catholic University of Saint Anthony empowers students to develop their own real-world skills. The campus’ top class infrastructure, its labs and studios allied with the practical subjects will get students ready to put the acquired knowledge into action.
Students have to complete an internship in a public or private institution where they will receive a taste of their future field of expertise. For the more academic profiles UCAM provides more than 50 research groups that work in close collaboration with enterprises such as Coca Cola, Danone, Vodafone or Siemens.
The Palacio Municipal de Deportes of Murcia is a sports hall used mainly for basketball and football. The site serves as headquarters for the UCAM Murcia basketball team and football team El Pozo Murcia. It has a total capacity of 7454 spectators (6026 to 1428 stands in fixed and mobile stands), extendable to around 9,000 extra tiered. It was designed by architect Miguel Angel Beloqui and built in 1994.
UCAM is accredited by ANECA (National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain) as well as by the Ministry of Education with regards to 17 of its undergraduate degrees. The University also offers more than thirty official Master Degrees and Doctoral Studies.
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