Universidad de Málaga • Málaga, Spain
Universidad de Málaga (UMA) was founded in 1972. The public university is based in Málaga in Spain. It is a renowned establishment that is consistently ranked among the top Spanish universities. The school offers a wide range of different degree programmes, at undergraduate and master's / doctorate level. Since its founding, the university has constantly been growing and is now home to about 30,000 bachelor and 2,500 master degree students. UMA offers an excellent learning environment, which includes state-of-the-art facilities, as well as highly qualified teachers. UMA has multiple campuses, dedicated to different subjects. Classes, lectures, and workshops take place in 18 different centres throughout the city, and also in Ronda and Antequera. The higher education institution has 65 undergraduate degree options, as well as 64 master degree and 21 doctoral programmes. The university also works closely together with international partners, in order to be able to give its student a truly global outlook. Double degrees are therefore offered in cooperation with academic institutions throughout the world. In addition to taking a degree programme, students also get the opportunity to gain internal qualifications, or to take part in language courses, summer courses and university courses for senior citizens. This shows again, how important integration, inclusion and diversity is to Universidad de Málaga. Prospective students can choose from a variety of courses in different fields of knowledge, including Electrical Engineering, Industrial Electronics Engineering, Architecture, Electronic Systems Engineering, Industrial Organization Engineering (joint degree with the University of Sevilla), as well as Computer Engineering, Health Sciences, Medicine, Psychology, Speech Therapy, Biochemistry, Mathematics, Humanities, and many more. Graduates of UMA are well-equipped with the necessary skills and tools for a successful career, therefore they usually find employment within 6 months after graduating. The university places special value on effective, dynamic and innovative teaching methods.