Times Higher Education includes UCAM in the ranking of the world’s best universities. The World University Rankings especially highlights the internationalisation capacity of the University. UCAM was Canonically erected in 1996 in accordance with article 3.3. of the Apostolic Constitution Ex Corde Ecclesiae of Pope John Paul II of August 15, 1990. UCAM was founded with a clear mission: to train students with knowledge and skills to serve society, to contribute to the further expansion of human knowledge through research as an integral part of the development of mankind and to participate in the evangelical mission of the Catholic Church in the areas of education and culture.
An insight to UCAM
It is one of the Spanish universities with the greatest number of programmes taught in English and the one that offers the highest number of degrees in this language in the Region of Murcia. The latest report from the Knowledge and Development Foundation (Fundación Conocimiento y Desarrollo, CYD) highlights its range of bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes taught in English, which make it an academic centre of great interest to students from the various autonomous communities and other countries.
Brittany Université has the pleasure to announce that we have partnered up with VERN’ University of Applied Sciences.
Brittany Université and VERN’ University of Applied Sciences are now offering Dual Awards for
1. Master of Business Administration (MBA) and
2. Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).
We look forward to welcoming international students to Brittany Université and VERN’ University of Applied Sciences Dual Award programs.
An insight to VERN’
VERN’ was founded in 1990 as the first private business college in Croatia. Its educational activities started in 1994 as a one-year program. With the blessing of the former Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Croatia VERN’ University of Applied Sciences was established in 2000 and in 2007 it became the first Croatian business university of applied sciences. In the following years of 2009 and 2011 VERN’ University merged with Zagreb School of Management as well as the School of Journalism, which enabled it to develop into an integrated, innovative, European university. As a result of a successful cooperation with the town of Vis, in 2012 VERN’ opened VERN’ Island School on the island of Vis, one of the most unique and well-preserved Mediterranean islands. With further mergers including the Polytechnic School of Zagreb and Kairos College in Zagreb, VERN’ continues to grow (expand its program) and maintain its position as the leading University of Applied Sciences in Croatia.