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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.
Share the campus with other young people from more than 70 countries - just like you, they come here both to study for a degree and to live life to the full at university.
For many years now, Valencia has been seen as one of the top destinations for European students. As the Spanish city with the highest percentage of international students, the capital of the Comunitat Valenciana is the perfect place for those who are looking for somewhere Mediterranean, contemporary and slightly Bohemian.
By choosing a university in Valencia, you are also choosing a safe city with a great history and one of the best climates in Europe, and you’ll be less than two hours away from one of Europe’s great capitals.
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Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, Senegal, Mali, Kenya, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, Nepal and Spain itself are just some of the countries where you can have a truly unforgettable experience with CEU. You can make a contribution to improve society in these places by volunteering for one of the University’s solidarity programmes.
Being able to design a university which truly represents you is the very essence of the World Ambassador Student Board – WASB. In this innovative CEU organization, students are the ambassadors of the countries they are from and they ensure that the people of their nationality have a voice: they communicate your needs to the University so that we can build a truly international and cross-cultural campus together.
Students from the Mentoring Programme can show you all the ins and outs of being at university in Valencia, such as what day-to-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.
At the University’s multi-sport pitches and courts, you can take part in your favourite sport. You can make friends with people who share the same passion for sport as you and you can set yourself targets to get better and better.
Not only can you play with and against your friends, but you can also compete more widely by taking part in regional and national university sports competitions. A perfect example is Jorge Illarramendi, who has won seven medals representing CEU UCH in regional and national competitions.