On 12 December 1991 the Parliament of Catalonia passed a law creating the University of Girona. This culminated a long historical process riddled with ups and downs that started back in 1446 when Alfons the Magnanimous promulgated the decree founding the Estudi General de Girona.
The bachelor's degree courses are new programmes emerging from the convergence process towards the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and will gradually replacing traditional first and second cycle studies.
The adaptation of EHEA studies will align programme lengths, methods of instruction and assessment in order to promote student mobility and create a system of credit recognition and transfer for all of Europe.
These new programmes are measured in ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits, each of which represents over 25 hours of student work. The degree programmes contain 240 ECTS credits (divided over four years), but studies governed by European Community law may set a higher number of credits. This is the case of the degree in medicine, which is divided into six years of 60 ECTS credits each.
Studies leading to bachelor's degrees are formalised (recognised for academic and professional purposes with fees set, in Catalonia, by the government, the Generalitat) and provide access to university master's degree studies, also official and adjusted to the EHEA.
For more information about the structure of programmes, please go to this page.
Currently, the following bachelor's degrees can be obtained at the University of Girona:
Escola Politècnica Superior (Polytechnic School)
Tel. 972 41 84 20
Agricultural Engineering (newly implemented)
Electrical Engineering (new programme) (*)
Industrial Electronics and Automation
Industrial Engineering Technology (newly implemented) (*)
Engineering (newly implemented) (*)
Escola Universitària d'Infermeria (School of Nursing)
Tel. 972 41 89 14
Facultat de Ciències (Faculty of Science)
Tel. 972 41 87 20
Facultat de Ciències Econòmiques i Empresarials (Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences)
Tel: 972 41 80 02
Administration and Management (newly implemented)
Accounting and Finance (newly implemented)
Economics (newly implemented)
Facultat de Dret (Faculty of Law)
Tel: 972 41 81 20
Political Science and Public Administration
Facultat d´Educació i Psicologia (Faculty of Education and Psychology)
Tel: 972 41 83 20
Primary School Education
Pedagogy (newly implemented) (*)
Social Work (new programme) (*)
Facultat de Lletres (Faculty of Arts)
Tel: 972 41 82 20
Please, click here to have information about subjects:
Geography, Planning and Environmental Management
Language and Literature
Spanish Language and Literature
Facultat de Medicina (Faculty of Medicine)
Tel: 972 41 96 16
Facultat de Turisme (Faculty of Tourism)
Tel: 972 41 97 03
Advertising and Public Relations
Affiliated centres of the UdG in Girona:
Escola de Realització Audiovisual i Multimedia (ERAM)
(School of Audiovisual and Multimedia Production)
Tel: 972 40 22 58
Audiovisual and Multimedia
Escola Universitària de Fisioteràpia Garbí
(Garbí School of Phsysiotherapy)
Tel: 972 40 51 30
Science of Physical Activity and Sport
Affiliated centres of the UdG in Barcelona:
Escola Universitària de Turisme EUHT Sant Pol de Mar (Sant Pol de Mar)
Tel: 93 760 02 12
Escola Universitària de Turisme EUT CETA (Barcelona)
Tel: 93 227 80 90
Escola Universitària de Turisme EUT Euroaula (Barcelona)
Tel: 93 451 03 06
Escola Universitària de Turismo EUT Formàtic Barna (Barcelona)
Tel: 93 215 88 66 00
Escola Universitària de Turisme EUT Mediterrani (Barcelona)
Tel: 93 426 98 22
The MTU - Master’s Technical Unit - promotes master's and doctoral studies. Studies in these units have been adapted to the European Higher Education Area to meet international standards.
The master’s programmes aim to provide students with advanced and specialised or multidisciplinary training to prepare them for academic or professional careers, or provide an initiation to research work.
The official master's are the first courses offered as part of the new configuration of university studies within the EHEA framework. These studies are officially recognised and, depending on the orientation (professional, research or mixed mode), provide access to doctoral studies.
The official master’s programmes offered at the UdG are organised into five main areas: Experimental Sciences and Sustainability; Human and Cultural Sciences; Social, Educational and Health Sciences; Technology; and Tourism, Law and Business.
MTU - Master’s Technical Unit
c/ Maria Aurèlia Capmany, 38
Campus de Montiliv - 17071 Girona
The Fundació UdG is the centre that organises continuous training. The offer includes initiatives of the UdG's own centres, managed by the Foundation, courses and seminars proposed by the Foundation itself, and an a la carte service to meet specific requests from businesses and institutions.
Fundació UdG: Innovació i Formació
Plaça Jordi de Sant Jordi, 1 - 17001 Girona
Tel. 972 210 299 - Fax 972 223 454
THE CENTRES AND THE CAMPUS
University life is centred in the city itself, transforming day-to-day life in a very special way. Although the goal is to locate the University of Girona on two campuses, it currently functions on three campuses located in different areas of Girona.
Barri Vell Campus - (Pl. Sant Domènec)
Les Àligues Building: the Offices of the Rector and vice-Rectors
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Tourism
Faculty of Education and Psychology
Montilivi Campus - (Av. Lluís Santaló s/n)
Faculty of Science
Faculty Business and Economic Sciences
Faculty of Law
Girona Centre Campus - (C/ Emili Grahit, 77)
School of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine