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 and development, and to participate in the Evangelical mission of the Catholic Church in the areas of education and culture.
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.
UCAM Sports Center is the first gym directly managed by the Sports Activities Service of San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia. With these facilities, the UCAM increases and strengthens its ongoing commitment to the sport since its inception.
UCAM is known as the University of Sports. It is the only European university with a professional basketball team in the first national league (ACB League Spain). Furthermore, UCAM competes on a professional level with 20 comparable teams.
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.
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First of all, it's my first international travel so I was, still am though, excited about it. UCAM, honestly is a nice school to study. I particularly love the way the admissions team is structured, and those guys there are always willing to help you, I mean always, and that's pretty cool. Plus the classrooms isn't crowded, which makes it possible for everyone's opinion to...
Laboratories and pensum (programs) can be improved, there have been modifications which reduced the amount of subjects from 50 to 44. Not many students choose Electrical Engineering, so we were a really close small group of students who tried their best to fulfill and learn what we love.
For me this is not "University", it seems more like a "School". Your have many present clases at University, you have homework, and they are very strict, : you have to sign in every course for attendence, you have to attend practical courses 100% if not you fail the whole course. The professors at UCAM are interested in their subjects and good at teaching. If you come from...