UCA inaugurates the University Residence 17 December 2018

A recently restored building with an investment of almost 5 million euros, currently accommodating 60 students from a wide variety of nationalities who study in different campuses

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The University of Cadiz inaugurated the new UCA University Residence in the Campus of Cadiz, in a completely renovated building. The Rector of UCA Eduardo González Mazo and Vice-Presidents of Students and Infrastructures and Heritage, Concha Valero and José María Mariscal, respectively, and the Director of the Residence, Enrique García Luque, presided over the event. , which also brought together UCA teachers and students, past and present, as well as authorities and socio-cultural agents of the city.

This restoration work represented an investment of 4,816,029.90 euros in order to have a building with 90 rooms for students and 9 for visiting professors, researchers, etc. Of these, 75 are individual (3 adapted for people with disabilities) and 12 are double (3 double-superior and 9 standard double rooms, including one adapted). In addition, the building also houses complete common areas, including a refectory, a library-study room, a recreation room, a multisport track outside (table football, basketball, volleyball and tennis), a hall fitness, conference room and underground parking with access from the avenue with 35 parking spaces. It incorporates solar panels and a heating auxiliary system to be energetically self-sufficient.

This 2018/19 course, it welcomes a total of 60 students, 28 women and 32 men, from a wide variety of destinations in the province, Andalusia and Spain, as well as France, Cuba, China and Russia. This is a group of young people studying licenses and masters in the Campuses of Cadiz, Puerto Real and Jerez.