Study in the heart of Murcia at UCAM
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 and to contribute to the further expansion of human knowledge through research as an integral part of the development of mankind.
UCAM focuses on:
- Person to Person, Face to Face
- Learning in Action
- More than Knowledge - Values
- Open and Global
Your Future with UCAM
UCAM empowers students to develop their own real-world skills. The campus’ top class infrastructure, its labs and studios, allied with practical learning components will prepare students to put their 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. UCAM has established more than fifty research groups in close collaboration with enterprises such as, Coca Cola, DANONE, Vodafone and Siemens, providing some students the opportunity to contribute academically. UCAM values a combination of theoretical and practical learning methods, which dramatically influence student's future success within the global workforce.
The Elite of Sports: The University of Sports in Spain
Following the Anglo-Saxon model, sports is part of UCAM’s DNA, being hailed the Champion of University Competitions for the third consecutive year, with 112 medals (74 gold).
Among UCAM’s top athletes are:
- Olympic medalists like Mireia Belmonte and David Cal
- World Champions such as Melanie Costa.
The 21 federated teams sponsored and managed by UCAM include UCAM Murcia CB, a professional basketball team competing in the ACB Liga Endesa. Our sports facilities are led by the UCAM Sports Center a high tech gym accessible to both university students and local communities.
Murcia's lifestyle, your lifestyle
UCAM’s Campus de Los Jeronimos is centrally located in Murcia, the capital city of the southeastern region of Spain. Students will enjoy the weather of the Mediterranean and the natural beauty of the beaches of Costa Cálida, surrounded by the mountains and fields of the Huerta de Europa. The heritage of Spanish culture, known for flamenco, tapas, and fiesta, is reflected in Murcia’s people: welcoming, warm, enthusiastic and sociable. As a midsize region (1.5 million inhabitants), Murcia is full of artistic and social dynamics with especially affordable living costs, a safe environment and modern infrastructure.
UCAM / Universidad Catolica De Murcia is in the Top 10 Countries to Study Abroad
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