The University of Girona’s Faculty of Sciences is based in the Montilivi university campus. The faculty occupies a building boasting an area approximately 9,500 m2, of which about 2,000 m2 of net floor area are allocated to educational spaces for teaching its bachelor's-, master's and doctoral-degree studies.
The faculty stands opposite the Lear Building-Common Lecture Theatre. A further 3,000 m2 of net floor space for teaching, of which the faculty uses some 1,000 m2 in addition to the 1,424 m² extension where most of the Biology Department (LEAR) was located.
There are a total of 14 classrooms for educational activity. Ten classrooms for groups of over 80 students and another 4 for smaller groups. All equipped with PCs, projectors, screens, audio, video cameras and internet connections. There are also 4 IT classrooms equipped with 24 computers and a video projector and mobile IT classroom that has an electric cabinet and mobile with 16 Netbooks with WiFi connections.
The Faculty has also a bachelor's degree room, a main hall and a conference hall, with seating for 40, 150 and 120 persons respectively. There are also several meeting rooms and dining areas for teaching staff and students alike. Students have several areas at their disposal for individual and/or group work, notably a multi-purpose 90 m2 room for studying and meetings. The proximity of the Campus Library building guarantees an optimal space for studying and fonds.
The centre has a cafeteria with menu and canteen service as well as a outdoor picnic space. Thanks to its proximity to the students’ residence and sports services, its good public transport connections and cycle lanes and its surroundings, the centre offers students an ideal environment for enjoying a full university experience.
All the centres and faculties at the University of Girona have a self-protection plan that includes a whole set of actions and measures aimed at preventing and controlling risk to people and property, and providing an adequate response to possible emergency situations, as well as guaranteeing the incorporation of such situations into the public civil protection system. The Faculty of Science self-protection plan was most recently updated in April 2021 .
We provide the details of the Faculty of Sciences’ spaces below