Our teams of advisors are here to help you with any queries you may have, whether you are a prospective student, a family member or a member of staff at a school. They can advise you about university study and provide a range of resources and initiatives which will be of great use to you as you decide your future.

Advice for students and their families

Not sure what to study? Not sure what degree is right for you?

Not sure what to study? Not sure what degree is right for you?

Use our Degree Advisor app and get the information you need about the right degree for you, the best industries to work in, and the personal and professional skills which employers value the most.

Would you like get a better idea of the degree for you?

Would you like get a better idea of the degree for you?

If you’re still one or two years away from university, then you could try out our Pre-University Campus initiative. You could spend three days at the University, attending talks and taking part in workshops covering a range of disciplines. The aim is for you to be aware of all of the options available to you, as the university stage of your life draws nearer.
The target audience are those in their final year of compulsory secondary education or their first year of pre-university studies or vocational training (typically 15-17 year-olds). 27th, 28th and 29th June.

¿A punto de entrar en la universidad?

Are you starting university in the autumn? Are you and your family still wondering which university is the best one for you?

The CEU Cardenal Herrera University holds open days for prospective students and their families at several times throughout the year, with both in-person and online events. We want students and their family members to be able to see and experience our facilities at first hand and to meet our lecturers and current students.
Open Days

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What if I can’t make the scheduled dates?

Speak to our personal advisors and they can help you set up a personal interview on the day that suits you best. This could be a video call, or you could come in and combine the interview with an in-person tour of the campus.
Campus Tour

Advice for schools

Presentation of study programmes & themed talks

The University’s advisors can travel to schools (or set up an online event if this is preferable) to give a presentation about the University, and talk about requirements for applications, the admissions process, the degrees available, possible credit recognition for those undertaking vocational training, the facilities, the University services, etc. A complete briefing session can be provided which is tailored to the specific needs of each school or training centre. In addition, our advisors work with lecturers at the University to organize a wide range of activities throughout the year, which aim to provide students with insights into certain programmes (such as in the health sciences, law, marketing, communication, design, etc.) We can, of course, also organize activities with parents’ associations at the schools.

In the case of schools from outside Spain, our team can provide its services in different languages, adapting the activities as far as is possible to the needs and schedule of the school concerned.

A day in the life at the University

It’s very important for students to become familiar with the place where they will study their degree. For this reason, schools can request a visit to the University’s facilities throughout the year and the tour can be customised to the specific needs of each school.

Train your skills

At the University, we undertake a wide range of innovative educational projects, with which we seek to encourage values and activities such as solidarity, social service, entrepreneurship, and research. Schools and training centres of all types take part in these initiatives which seek to give young people a taste of university life.


This initiative, which brings the University and schools together, seeks to provide a service to society through innovation. The fifth edition of the UNI2 project encourages schools to research how to prevent addiction to technology and improve interpersonal relationships.

Registration for teams: week beginning on 25th October 2021.
Training session: Friday, 29th October 2021.
Semifinal: Friday, 1st April 2022
Final: Friday, 13th May 2022.
Target audience: those in their final year of compulsory secondary education, or their first year of pre-university studies or vocational training (typically 15-17 year-olds).

Business Game

This is a team competition using Pearson's business simulator. This software provides a virtual environment in which each team can manage a company and its products over a five-year period.

Deadline for team registration: 30th November 2021.
Training session: Friday, 14th January 2022.
Final: Friday, 18th February 2022.

Legal Olympiad

This initiative aims to introduce pre-university students to the legal world and the Law degree, by exploring a case study.

Deadline for team registration: 15th November 2021
Training session: Friday, 10th December 2021.
Final: Friday, 8th April 2022


The CEU Cardenal Herrera University participates in the Small World Initiative (SWI), an international citizen science project launched by Yale University in the USA. The project began in schools in 2017-18 and its goal is to involve students at university and those still in school in the search for new antibiotics which naturally exist in the wild.

Registration: last week of November 2021.

Marketing Experience

The University, in partnership with PANAMA JACK, has undertaken a collaborative project in recent years aimed at those studying Economics in their first year of pre-university studies, which gives them a real experience in the field of marketing.

Deadline for team registration: 15th October 2021.
Training session: Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th October 2021
Final: Tuesday, 10th May 2022


For more than 15 years, the CEU Cardenal Herrera University has organized Orienta, an annual meeting with career guidance counsellors working in secondary education. The issues discussed in previous editions include: linking career guidance with employability, the role of families in education, smart use of the internet, multiple intelligences, gifted students, and positive psychology. Numerous experts in psychology, education and career guidance in schools have participated in these meetings, such as Victor Küppers, Javier Urra, Gregorio Luri, Antonio Gil, Bernabé Tierno, Pedro García Aguado and Sonia Cervantes.

Elche: 4th February 2022
Valencia: coming soon



We have a presence at different educational fairs to promote the University. These include:

Unitour Alicante: Monday, 25th October 2022. Location: ADDA Auditorium, Alicante
Unitour Palma de Mallorca: Monday, 8th November 2021. Location: Palacio de Congresos
Unitour Castellón: Tuesday, 18th January 2022. Location: Auditorio y Palacio de Congresos
Unitour Valencia: Wednesday, 19th January 2022. Location: Hotel SH Valencia Palace

For more information about our activities and career guidance resources, contact a member of our team directly. If your school is based outside Spain, please contact one of our international admissions advisors for schools.

Zulema Muñoz Picó

Zulema Muñoz Picó
Campus Valencia
Tel. 961369000 ext. 61010

Sandra Macián Villanova

Sandra Macián Villanova
Campus Valencia
Tel. 961369000 ext. 61011

 Victoria Malea Ochoa

Victoria Malea Ochoa
Campus Valencia
Telf. 961369000

Marian Estrada Fernández

Marian Estrada Fernández
Campus Elche
Tel. 965426486 ext. 68021

María Benita Pérez Parreño

María Benita Pérez Parreño
International schools (Rest of the World)

Guadalupe García Sorribes

Guadalupe García Sorribes
International schools (Latin America)