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Universidad CEU Fernando III will be the fourth CEU University

Universidad CEU Fernando III will be the fourth university of the largest private educational institution in Spain and will expand its current university offerings in Andalusia with degrees in business and technical, legal, education and, in a second phase, health and life. This new educational project in Seville is committed to an intelligent and dual university model that connects the science, technology and business triangle with innovation applied to strategic sectors for Andalusia, with a clear international dimension, European vocation and service to the common good. It will also be oriented towards employability and talent retention.

After its approval, Universidad CEU Fernando III will be initially launched in Seville -at the CEU University Campus-, with subsequent development throughout the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. The degrees offered will be: Business Administration and Management, Law, Primary Education, Early Childhood Education, Physical Activity and Sports Sciences, International Relations, Marketing and Commercial Management, Business Intelligence, Information Systems Engineering and Telecommunications Systems Engineering, as well as simultaneous degrees, postgraduate and doctoral programs in these same areas of knowledge. Subsequently, he will also expand his studies in the area of health and life.

Fourth CEU University

CEU in Spain currently has Universidad CEU San Pablo (Madrid), Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera (Valencia) and Universidad CEU Abat Oliba (Barcelona), in addition to its university centres in Vigo and Seville. The educational institution – which this year celebrates its 90th anniversary – also has 10 schools, 4 vocational training centres, 7 doctoral and postgraduate centres, as well as 10 research institutes and 2 senior universities. The institution has over 4,000 employees, 230,000 alumni and over 40,000 students in its 25 educational centres in 11 Spanish cities.

The new University, taking advantage of the full CEU potential, its national and international presence and the teaching, research and knowledge transfer experience of its universities, research institutes and its CEU International PhD School (CEINDO), is designed to provide high added value to the Andalusian University System as a whole. The first course is scheduled to begin in September 2024, welcoming its first students.