Data and impact

The figures that define the University of Girona demonstrate the power of the institution and the consolidation of an academic project, of research and knowledge transfer that has a clear impact on the social fabric. The data on the university’s evolution and present tell us about its objective impact and its appraisal in the rankings.  

Campus and structures

  • 161,496m2 built surface area
  • 3campuses
  • 9faculties and schools
  • 1School of Doctoral Studies
  • 8affiliated centres
  • 24departments
  • 12own research institutes
  • 3research institutes it participates in
  • 3CERCA Programme research centres
  • 34chairs

Budget

  • €91,552,185Budget 2017
  • € 94,192,807Budget 2018
  • € 52,333,996Basic funding from the Generalitat budgeted in 2017
  • € 53,079,072Basic funding from the Generalitat budgeted in 2018

University community

  • 15,399UdG students
  • 1,207teaching and research staff
  • 573administrative and service staff

Teaching

Bachelor's degrees

  • 44bachelor's degrees
  • 12dual bachelor's degrees
  • 3double international degrees
  • 10,164undergraduates – own centres
  • 3,433undergraduates – affiliated centres
  • 1,673degree holders – own centres
  • 577degree holders – affiliated centres

Master’s degrees

  • 25university master’s degrees
  • 15inter-university master’s degrees
  • 12double international master’s degree agreements
  • 999university master’s degree students
  • 595university master’s degree holders

Doctorate

  • 14 doctoral programmes
  • 803doctorate degree students
  • 101doctoral theses read (2017-2018)

Ongoing education

  • 45university master’s degrees
  • 665specific master’s degree students
  • 2,542students enrolled on ongoing education activities

Other education programmes

  • 116students enrolled on the Over-50s education programme

Research

Projects and funding

  • 175active research projects in 2017
  • 60SGR research groups (2017-2018)

Results

  • 56research books (2017)
  • 233book chapters (2017)
  • 870ISI-indexed articles
  • 201pre-doctoral recruits (2017)
  • 68doctoral theses read at the UdG (2017)
  • 33international doctoral theses

Technological transfer

  • 6TECNIO groups (2017)
  • 1patents
  • 2graduate patents
  • 8technology-based companies the UdG has a stake in (up to 2016)