About Jaume I University:
The Universitat Jaume I in Castelló (UJI) is a public higher education and research centre, founded in 1991, which seeks to enhance the social, economic and cultural development of the society that surrounds it through the creation and transmission of knowledge. The UJI is the northernmost university in the Valencian Community and the only one in the province of Castelló. The tremendous development and evolution of the University in recent years has transformed the city of Castelló de la Plana into a dynamic, modern university city, which has made use of the enterprising nature of its inhabitants to spark strong social and economic change spreading to the rest of the province. The UJI currently offers 31 undergraduate degrees, 47 official master’s degrees, 16 UJI-specific master’s degrees and 39 specialisation courses. The University has approximately 14,000 students, a number that means students receive individual attention without problems of overcrowding. This personal feel is also possible because of our location on a single, attractive, modern campus, with spacious green areas and sports facilities. In its short history, it has produced more than 22,000 graduates. Its research output is considerable and it is party to numerous research, development and innovation (R&D&i) contracts.