4320 is the approximate number of hours that you will spend in the different lecture halls and training areas during your degree. It might well be more if you opt to do one of the many Dual Degrees we offer or if you take part in some of the extracurricular activities available to you.
Come and spend this time on a modern campus, bristling with activity.
CEU is a not-for-profit foundation - which means that we reinvest all the money we make in improving the facilities of our campus and in giving our students have the best experience possible. The University has invested more than 80 million euros in the Valencia region over the last few years.
Being a university student in Elche is a real privilege.
Elche has a very distinctive urban landscape. It is dotted with palm trees and possesses its own characteristic local cuisine and an appealing lifestyle, with lots of opportunities to enjoy culture and leisure. It’s a city where traditions and modernity are present in equal measure, attracting thousands of visitors every year. Why? Well, Elche is the only city in Spain with three items on UNESCO’s heritage lists.
A welcoming and attractive city right next to the Costa Blanca - the perfect place to study for your degree.10 reasons to discover Elche
Your time at university in Elche won’t just be about going to lectures. University life is full of opportunities to learn and grow both professionally and personally. There are countless possibilities open to you to make the most of your student days – make sure you take full advantage!
Changing the world is about listening, understanding and helping. That’s what our Education students see when they provide paedagogical and psycho-social support to children in Waslala, an area with one of the highest rates of child rape and sexual abuse in the world.
Studying at an international university will enable you to connect with the challenges facing today’s globalized world. A coffee break, group activity, football match and an afternoon in the Library can all become opportunities to grow your knowledge and understanding of what’s going on in the world.
Students from the Mentoring Programme can show you all the ins and outs of being at university in Elche, such as what day-to-day life on your degree is like or how to move about in your new city. This is a great opportunity to hit the ground running and make friends from the very first day.
When she’s not in lectures, Paula Pedrajas loves to indulge in her passion for golf. She has won seven medals representing CEU UCH in regional and national competition. The skill on the green shows how important it is to keep on setting – and achieving – new goals.