The University of Vigo is a public university located in the city of Vigo, Galicia, Spain. This University has three campuses and it offers 39 Bachelor degrees, 68 masters degrees and 35 Doctoral degrees to more than 22,000 students. The University offers the students opportunities to develop their skills and enjoy cultural events as well as numerous sports and volunteering activities. The Vigo University counts with numerous volunteering activities of its own as well as with other institutions agreements.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Universidade de Vigo rating is 3.7. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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My experience at the university of Vigo was very educative and adventurous. It stirred me towards studying further in linguistics because of how interestingly vast the course is. I got to read a lot of books which gave me an edge over others in the command of Spanish and EnglishView more
The University of Vigo is, in my opinion, one of the universities with the best study environment in Galicia, among those I have had the opportunity to visit.
The campus called CUVI, or, “the campus on the mountain”, is very pleasant, with a professional-sized football field and an athletics track, as well as a centre with restaurants and other services that can be enjoyed by students.
As my experience was brief, as I only stayed for 6 months, I cannot speak more broadly about the subjects or courses. But all the ones I made were really good. The teachers of the 4 courses I signed up for really knew what they were teaching.
The negative points may have been the difficult locomotion to the campus, as it is too far from the city and a lack of reception for new students/exchange students, which make it difficult to adapt very quickly.
I have been doing a Spanish Language course at the University of Vigo. There are many things about the University that fascinate me a lot. The University has many international students coming from different parts of not only the continent but the world to study there. Also, the professors are really nice and helpful. I never felt away from home because everybody here is so warm and welcoming. I definitely recommend people to study here.
The only problem I faced was with travelling. Well, there are adequate bus services to travel to the University from the city since it is 8 km away, but sometimes it becomes hard. The University has two campuses but mine is the one mentioned above and regardless of the hardships, it’s a really beautiful campus with trees and small lakes and definitely a lot of places for students to hang out.
I am doing a national mobility programme at the University of Vigo, in the Ourense Campus. Lessons and practices have been very useful to follow all the courses and successfully pass the final exams. Plus, the Campus is located between green mountains, typical of the Galicia region in Spain, which creates a very nice and enjoyable atmosphere to spend your studying time.
However, the schedules are very tight and the times should be better managed. In any case, professors are aware of the bad management of them and they give you a lot of eases to attend practices. Plus, they are always willing to help if you had any incompatibilities with the schedule, and are open to giving you advice to study their subject.
I am very happy and grateful with being given the opportunity of living this experience in the University of Vigo.
The University of Vigo is a good place to study, especially in Engineering. The program is very technical and therefore has a good reputation.
In general what is studied is pretty good, the only thing to complain about would be the lack of more practical studies, hours in which they let you investigate how different machines work and so on.
I studied at UVigo through the IESIDE Business School. I have learnt the practical part as well as the theoretical and that allowed me to have a better understanding of the field. I would recommend it.View more
Although it is not a very large university, either in terms of facilities, nor in terms of the number of careers and students, the teaching is effective. They help foster divergent thinking and create workers prepared for the labour market. Dynamic classes. In my case, the degree was as I expected, I like the courses, in general you know a little bit of everything. The bad part is the location, which is very far from the city. However, I would definitely recommend it to a friend.View more
The campus is far from the city and the facilities of the faculty of Philology and translation, poorly maintained. Transportation passes less frequently than is necessary and there are few buses for the number of students going to / from the campus at rush hour.View more