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The URV in figures

Here we provide you with the institutional and positioning indicators that give a quick and exhaustive vision of the URV’s evolution and current situation. The information is divided into four separate sections: courses, students, research and innovation, and University resources. These sections have been grouped in two large blocks: one contains the information on courses and students, separating the undergraduate from the postgraduate studies, while the other describes research, transfer and scientific production, and the resources that the URV devotes to these activities.

Places offered 3.130
Degrees 59
First option demands 3.680
Official master programmes 53
Doctoral programmes 25
Figures for the academic course 2019-20    •    Source: Rector’s Bureau
Graduate courses
New students 3.140
Students per knowledge area (n. & %)
• Art and Humanities 875 8%
Sciences 860 7%
• Health Sciences 2.624 23%
Social and Legal Sciencies 5.049 44%
• Engineering and Architecture 2.040 18%
Total students enrolled 11.448 100%
URV students in mobility programmes* 593
Students in study period at the URV* 449
Success rate (n. of credits passed / n. of credits registered)* 83,3%
Graduates* 1.928
Postgraduate courses
Postgraduate students 2.791
Foreign postgraduate students (%) 35%
Official master students 1.594
Masters graduates* 851
Students registred in PhD programmes 1.197
Thesis defended* 153
Students in continuous training 4.301
Figures for the academic course 2019-20    •    *Academic course 2018-19   •  Source: Rector’s Bureau
Research & Transfer of knowledge
Competitive financial support obtained (million euros) 17,8
Non competitive financial support obtained (million euros) 7,9
Research institutes and centres  
Scientific production and productivity
Web of Science Papers /SCOPUS 1.399
Excellence areas ESI 10
Figures for the year 2018    •    Source: Rector’s Bureau
Human Resources
Academic Staff (FTE) 1.165,8
Administration staff and services (EJC) 721,5
Economic resources
Annual budget (million euros) 109,2
Materials resources
Total build up area (m2) 167.484
Figures for the year 2019    •    Source: Rector’s Bureau