Based on my experience so far, teachers at URV are very cooperative and they give quality teaching. Unlike some institutions where it is like to encounter teachers who are sometimes rude and harsh on students, URV has very calm lecturers who respect students so much. They do not only teach, but also motivate their students.View more
I like the placement used for the different laboratories. They use good machines to learn and research. This is very useful for the people who like to work in an investigation. On the other hand, it is possible to do erasmus.View more
I have done both the degree and the master, and my opinion is good, you have a fairly wide range of degrees and more and more types of master are being implemented.
If I had to give a downside it is the cafeteria prices that are very high compared to other cafes around.View more
This university is in the very center of Tarragona and it’s really good because it has a lot of services for the students, the classes, renting a place for the audiovisual stuff, the cafeteria, etc.
Also the teachers are really close to you and they help you so much.View more
It is a great university in a friendly city. The students could have a good relation to ask doubts to the teacher and classmates. The instalations for some departments are quite good depending the degree you choose. I have only been in this university but I think that it is a good one for having a degree or erasmus.View more
URV is a great university. Its medium size enhances the close relation with professors and there are plenty of research opportunities. The facilities are very new and there are a lot of internstional opportunities available.View more
It offers a wide variety of courses. But the teachers are very outdated and with little interest to teach. Although it is a public university the courses are expensive and not reflected the price in the quality of the lessons.View more
I was studying on URV during my exchange semester. It’s quite well organized. The Erasmus students have good support and wide range of activities and events to participate in. The buildings are modern and the University offers wide range of really modern and well-equipped libraries for students located in the campus (called CRAI). Most of the staff is friendly, but what I found not nice, gently speaking, is that some of them in the offices speak to you in catalan and don’t switch to Spanish, even knowing that you are Erasmus student and obviously you don’t understand.View more
As an ADE student at the Terres de l'Ebre campus, I can affirm that the university offers close and familiar treatment, the classes have a total of 20-30, which provides more closeness between the teacher and the student. I love the fact that the teachers know you and can have a more "friendly", are always willing to offer their help. A young university, family and full of professionals.View more
My opinion is quite good, since I suppose that the disorganization among the teachers, the lack of desire of some and similar issues usually happen everywhere. However, I believe that in the Degree of History there are notable deficiencies, such as, for example, subjects with contents that are repeated or others that should be given beforehand; In addition, although it is of history, sometimes it is missed that the subject is related to the history of art or with something more than archeology, for example. At the level of the situation, it is well located, although sometimes it is centralized in terms of activities for the students (especially in the race itself). On the other hand, the facilities are recent; However, sometimes, in relation to aspects such as air conditioning or heating, there are technical problems. The library (CRAI) is well structured and has a fairly prominent bibliography, including spaces for group work, study, as well as a space to talk with vending machines.View more