University of Seville

Welcome to the University of Seville

The University of Seville’s history dates back to 1505. Today, it is the second largest Spanish university and the largest in Andalusia. It has approximately 71,000 students and employs around 4,500 teaching and research staff and almost 2,500 services staff.

The University of Seville is a generalist university, embracing numerous different branches and areas of knowledge. It has has a total of 26 own public Centres, Faculties and Schools, and 6 ascribed private Centres. Although they are private, the University recognises the qualification that they award. Each Centre is responsible for administering its own students, teaching them, organising their courses, and structuring their qualifications.

In total, the University of Seville offers approximately 100 Bachelor’s Degrees, 157 Master’s Degrees and 32 PhD Programmes. Universidad de Sevilla also offers over 150 Qualifications which supplement its official qualifications.  The University’s 130 Departments are home to all of its teaching and research staff, as well as organising teaching and implementing and undertaking research. 

What you need to know about the US

Prepare your departure

You will find here information about the documents you will need to prepare ahead of travelling to Spain, the administrative processes to follow before leaving your home country and some recommendations about how to find accommodation in Seville, among others.  

Settle down in Seville

Here you will find some recommendations to get around Seville, arrange a health insurance if needed or register at the University of Seville. 

Study at the University of Seville

What courses are offered by the University of Seville? What facilities are available for students? Are there any extracurricular activities offered which may be of your interest? What options do I have on campus? Find here all the details you need to excel in your studies at the University of Seville.

Live in Seville

What are the best things to do in Seville?  Are there any student job options? What student associations can I join to make the most of my experience in Seville? Find out all the details here. 

Additional information

Find out where to call in case of emergency, how to find pharmacy or learn about the official holidays in Spain. This section is packed with relevant information that may come handy for you.