The University of Cordoba
The University of Cordoba (UCO) was granted charter in 1972, although its roots lie in Universidad Libre 1870. This young, mid-sized university (19,500 students, 1400 teachers, 700 staff) is a dynamic institution successfully adapted to the current demands for excellence in teaching and proven scientific expertise.
Three different campuses gather the UCO academic offer in Humanities, Legal & Social Sciences, Science & Technology, and Health Sciences. The UCO coordinates 5 Andalusian universities within the Agrifood Campus of International Excellence (ceiA3), aimed at finding answers to agricultural challenges of 21st century and to put at the disposal of society the scientific work of 200 research groups.