Catholic University of Uruguay

Montevideo, Uruguay
Empfohlene Studiengänge: IBIS, TM, HM, WMM

About the University

The Universidad Católica del Uruguay was initially founded in 1882 by the first archbishop of Montevideo, Msg. Mariano Soler. Then, in 1985, the University was re opened and its management was entrusted to the Society of Jesus, becoming the first private university of the country. This plural, innovative and open to the world academic community, comprises more than eight thousand graduates from the Schools of Law, Engineering, Social Sciences, Business and Health. A perfect scenario to perform relevant and multidisciplinary research committed to acquiring higher levels of education to meet the requirements of a challenging world. The University offers a comprehensive program for students to develop their own career while moving forward in their own lives.

About the Location

With a population of nearly 2 million, Montevideo is Uruguay's capital and largest city.

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Important  Information for Studying at this Partner University

Language(s) of Instruction: Courses are general in Spanish. The recommended level is B1-B2.

Semester Dates: The academic calendar can be found here.

Course Offerings: Find out more about courses offered for exchange students here.

Costs: There are no additional tuition costs for studying at UCU.  Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.

Exchange Places: 2

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Student Life

Student Housing: Information about student housing can be found here.

Further Information: Learn more about the services available to exchange students here.

Environmental Impact of Studying Abroad

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Heilbronn University is committed to the continuous improvement of environmental performance as a component of sustainable development. For the university, protecting the environment means avoiding risks to people and the environment, continuously reducing resource and energy consumption and minimizing emissions and waste, so that the university makes its contribution to sustainable development.

Learn more about how you can lessen the environmental affects of studying abroad here.