Technical University of Valencia (UPV)

Technical University of Valencia (UPV) is a public Higher Education Institution actively involved in international cooperation and mobility projects. UPV hosts over 25,000 students and employs over 5,000 people (teaching, research, and administrative staff). It is the first technological university in Spain according to international rankings (e.g. Shanghai Ranking of World Universities) and offers 36 undergraduate programs (plus 21 double degrees), over 80 official Master’s degrees (including 4 Erasmus Mundus Master Courses), and 30 Doctorate programs. In addition, UPV has an extensive catalog of life-long learning courses (over 1.100). UPV has repeatedly ranked amongst the top 5 European Universities in student exchange figures under the Erasmus+ Programme. UPV has experience in the management of European projects and takes part in different actions: Erasmus+, Creative Europe, Horizon2020, etc., and in several international networks, having more than 1.000 international partners from over 90 different countries.
Since 2020 UPV is a partner University in the European University ENHANCE Alliance project which involves 10 of the leading technical universities in Europe. ENHANCE represents a new alliance of research-intensive universities focusing on science and technology, aiming to develop new structures and processes cocreating an innovative ecosystem for teaching in higher education. Common learning goals and outcomes and customized student journeys enhance recognition for short- and long-term mobility, including micro-credentials, to move towards a 100% mobility experience.