Jerez is the fifth Andalusian city, with a population exceeding 200,000 inhabitants. It is a city that is characterized by its dynamism and quality of life. He has an industrial tradition which originates in the historic importance of the wine sector, marked by its own quality sign, in an increasingly attractive environment, both for tourism and the realization of congresses, as well as for the introduction of new industries.
The University Campus of Jerez, opened in 2004 and known as the "Assumption Campus", is the result of the localization of two public University centres in Jerez, in the same academic space, since the foundation of the University of Cadiz in 1979. These are the Faculty of Law and the College of Business Studies (this last now converted in Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication). Both centres, however, hold their origins in 1972 (College of Business Studies) and 1973 (Law College).
Located in the University Avenue (previously a stretch of the Avenue of Arcos de la Frontera), the Campus occupies part of the land where previously were found the old artillery barracks of "La Asunción". Nearby are the Municipal Stadium and Sports Complex of Chapín which, together with La Rotonda del "Toro de Troja", are excellent landmarks making it easy to locate.
The new campus has 45,000 m2 of built area, 30,000 m2 of green areas, 700 parking spaces and 4 main buildings: Lecture rooms, Offices and Seminars, the library and Common Services.
The Campus of Jerez is fully dedicated to social and legal studies, and also has a hall for nursing studies. In the year 2005-2006, the Degree in Advertising and Public Relations (second cycle), started being offered. The double degrees; Law Degree and Diploma in Business Studies (six years), as well as the Diplomas in Tourism and Business (four years) are another feature of the training offered in the Jerez Campus.
More information: Website of the Jerez Campus .
In the centres of this campus, the University of Cadiz, offers the following degrees:
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