UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia
Is a private university founded in 1996 with a clear mission: to provide students with the knowledge and skills to serve society, to contribute to the further expansion of human knowledge through research as an integral part of the development of man and mankind and to participate in the evangelical mission of the Catholic Church in the areas of education and culture.
UCAM focus on:
The University of Sports in Spain
Following the Anglo-Saxon model, sports is part of UCAM’s DNA, being hailed the Champion of University Competitions for the third consecutive year, with 112 medals (74 gold).
Among UCAM’s top athletes are:
The 21 federated teams sponsored and managed by UCAM include UCAM Murcia CB, a professional basketball team competing in the ACB Liga Endesa. Our sports facilities are led by the UCAM Sports Center a high tech gym accessible to both university students and local communities.
If you want to get in touch with us here at UCAM, you can do it by any of the following:
For more information, visit http://international.ucam.edu/student-life/accommodation.
More information on scholarship, visit http://international.ucam.edu/admission/scholarships
For the Erasmus programme, visit http://international.ucam.edu/internationalrelations/erasmus.
For Student Exchange opportunities, refer to http://international.ucam.edu/internationalrelations/international-partner for the list of UCAM's partner universities worldwide.
Studies in English http://international.ucam.edu/studies
Stuides in Spanish http://www.ucam.edu/estudios
Language School http://international.ucam.edu/language-program
Windy Puspito (Indonesia) - student of MBA
UCAM contributes its best not only with regards to academics, but it also succeeds in creating an atmosphere in which one can feel at home and as part of a big family.
Danilo Costante (Italy) - student of MBA
I’m attending the English taught Master's in Business Administration at UCAM. Originally, I've come here to work in the sector of International Marketing, but when I had the opportunity to combine my job with the university's MBA program I jumped at the chance.
Aasim Sheraz (Pakistan) - student of MBA
I think that studying in a country like Spain is a great learning experience for foreign students - one, that we simply could not attain in our respective home countries. There is no better way to learn about and understand another culture than to be surrounded by it.