CEU Cardinal Herrera University

CEU Cardenal Herrera University (in Spanish: Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera) is a private university located in the Valencian Community, Spain. It is part of the CEU Foundation, being the first private school of Law ever founded in Valencia. It has been associated to the University of Valencia and Polytechnic University of Valencia since the early 1970s but the university gained its current name in 1999.[1]

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CEU Cardenal Herrera University
Seal of CEU Cardenal Herrera University
Former names
Centro Universitario San Pablo affiliated to the University of Valencia, University of Alicante and to the Polytechnic University of Valencia (1969–1999)
Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera (1999–)[1]
TypePrivate
Established1970[2][3]
ChancellorVicente Navarro de Luján
Academic staff
1,222
Students9,250
Undergraduates8,198
Postgraduates1,052
Location,
Spain
CampusValencia, Castellón and Elche
NewspaperEl Rotativo
AffiliationsCEU Foundation
EHEA
Erasmus Programme
Karolinska Institutet
Websitewww.uchceu.es

The university has five faculties:

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Faculty of Law, Business and Political Science
  • Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences
  • Technical School of Design, Architecture and Engineering (ESET)

CEU UCH offers degrees in English (Bachelor's degrees in architecture, veterinary medicine, dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, nursing studies[4] and Gastronomy and Culinary Management), in French (Médecine Vétérinaire) and in Spanish. It boasts three modern campuses in Alfara del Patriarca (12 km from Valencia), Elche (Alicante) and Castellón. CEU UCH currently provides high-quality teaching to over 9,250 students from all over the world, with 35% of its students being international.

International rankings place CEU UCH at the top of the 23 Spanish private universities, rankings like Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) placed CEU UCH the second Spanish private university, after the University of Navarra, in terms of research in 2013.[5][6] In 2014 U-Multirank, a new global university ranking financed by the EU which assesses the performance of more than 850 higher education institutions worldwide, placed CEU-UCH as the tenth European university in agreement to regional involvement, scientific productivity and international orientation.[7][8] THE World University Rankings 2021 and 2022 have included CEU among the best universities in the world.[9]

History Edit

It is run by the San Pablo CEU University Foundation which is the biggest private educational group in Spain, which includes two other universities (CEU San Pablo University in Madrid and CEU Abat Oliva University in Barcelona), as well as many primary and secondary schools. It has been associated to the University of Valencia since the early 1970s. The history of CEU UCH dates back to 1971, when the first private school of Law was founded in Valencia. The university gained its current name in 1999. The Foundation inaugurated its work in Valencia in 1971 and in Elche in 1994. The Generalitat Valenciana approved the law of the creation of the now University CEU Cardenal Herrera, which has been functioning since the 2000–2001 year. Now almost 10,000 students from around the world study in the university, with 35% of the student community being international.

 
European Higher Education Area

The University Cardenal Herrera takes part in the Program of Academic Excellence and the Organization of the Knowledge "Platon" of the San Pablo CEU Foundation has started in collaboration with Harvard University and it belongs to the system of European Higher Education Area. The aim of "Platon" is the strengthening of the system of tutorships for the students and the teacher who accompanies to the implementation of a system of continuous assessment.[10][11]

Schools and faculties Edit

CEU Cardenal Herrera University has five faculties:

Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences:

  • Degrees in Journalism, Advertising, Audiovisual Communication, Sports, and Education
 
ESET Technical School of Engineering

ESET Technical School of Engineering:

  • Degrees in Architecture and Industrial Design

Faculty of Law, Business and Political Science:

  • Degrees in Law, Political Science, Marketing, and Business Administration

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine:

  • Degree in Veterinary Medicine

Faculty of Health Sciences:

  • Degrees in Physiotherapy, Nursing, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Medicine

University Masters Edit

 
One of the views from Faculty of Health Sciences in Moncada

Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences :

  • Master in Communication and Digital Branding
  • Master's Degree in Creative Advertising and Branding
  • European master's degree in Public Relations MARPA
  • Master's Degree in Teacher Education Secondary Education and High School

Faculty of Law, Business and Political Science

  • Master's Degree in Equal Opportunities Agents (online training)
  • Master's Degree in Marketing
  • Master in Finance (with access to a PhD)
  • Master's Degree in policies and instruments for reducing CO
    2
    emissions.

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

  • Master's Degree in Clinical Practice Management and Veterinary Centers

ESET Technical School of Engineering

  • Master in Sustainable Architectural Design and Building Energy Assessment,
  • Master in Architectural Industrialisation and prefabrication,
  • Master in Engineering Design (with access to doctors),
  • Master's Degree in Technological Innovation and Technical Textiles,
  • Master's Degree in Fashion Design Management and Operations

Business School

  • Master's Degree in Management and Project Management Centres and Sociosanitarios,
  • Master in Cultural Management,
  • Master's Degree in Occupational Health and Safety

Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Master in Pharmaceutical Care and Pharmacy Care (with access to doctors),
  • Master's Degree in Care physiotherapists in Physical Activity and Sport (with access to doctors),
  • Specialisation master's degree in Nursing Care (with access to doctors),
  • Master's Degree in Neurorehabilitation,
  • Master's Degree in Organic Chemistry, Experimental and Industrial,
  • University Master Osteopathic Manual Therapy (with access to doctors),
  • Master in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
  • master's degree Specialization in Nursing Care,
  • Master in Pharmaceutical Care and Pharmacy Assistance,
  • Physiotherapeutic Care Master in Physical Activity and Sport,
  • Master in Neurorehabilitation,
  • Master's Degree in Applied Nutrition to Health,
  • Master's Degree in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics,
  • Master's Degree in Organic Chemistry, Experimental and Industrial,
  • Master in Food Safety,
  • Master's Degree in Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Elche Center

  • Master's Degree in Teacher Education Secondary Education and High School
  • Specialization master's degree in Nursing Care (with access to doctors)
  • University Master Osteopathic Manual Therapy (with access to doctors)

Campus Edit

 
Valencia campus

CEU Cardenal Herrera University has three different campuses located in Alfara del Patriarca (Valencia), Elche and Castellón. All the main facilities, such as the central library and the International Relations Office, are located in its main campus in Alfara del Patriarca. The campus is very well connected to Valencia city centre, with a direct metro line (Line 1) and frequent bus service. It is also close to some of the privately run student accommodation residences. The university's brand new central library is a 5,000-square-metre (54,000 sq ft) building with a capacity for up to 700 students. Its learning facilities include several computer laboratories, 12 group study rooms and 7 research rooms. Audiovisual and Internet reference points are available in the Periodical and Media Libraries.

Medical students study at a newly built medical school building in Castellón de la Plana, which is an attractive town about an hour away from Valencia. The town is very close to Benicàssim, which is a popular beach resort. Despite its quiet and relaxed atmosphere, students can still enjoy great nightlife in the historical centre of Castellón de la Plana. The town is home to a large university hospital.[12]

Student life Edit

At the moment, there are around 10,000 students in the university from all around Spain, especially Valencia, Murcia, Majorca, Ibiza, and Albacete. Every year 700 students from other countries come to study their degree at the university, adding to those who come under European Exchange Programmes like Socrates, Erasmus and Leonardo.[13]

The CEU Cardenal Herrera University has its own facilities for practical training of students, as the Center for Media Production and Multimedia, of 3,300 square metres (36,000 sq ft), with television sets, radio and photography, the Veterinary Hospital, a reference in the area of Valencia, the Zoological Faculty, with various types of livestock, the University Dental Clinic, with outpatient care, laboratory practices in basic biomedical sciences and clinical simulated for the area of health. They also have a Central Library Newspaper Library, with 700 seats for consultation and over 100,000 volumes.[14][15]

The CEU Cardenal Herrera University publishes a monthly newspaper, The Rotary Diary,[16][17] and also features a fully operational radio station, Radio CEU, which broadcasts for 12 hours daily and media company CEUMedia which has more TV Channel; both are run from the Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences

 
Moncada's campus view

The university features a number of social and sports-related groups. The university counts on a strong Erasmus-support group and every school features a Tuna, La Tuna del CEU-Cardenal Herrera (traditional Spanish band), which compete in the nationwide competitions and CEU Theatre, a formation in the classroom and the human growth across the art of the theatre.

In terms of sports, aerobics, gym, yoga, tennis, diving, tai-chi, and numerous other courses are offered. In terms of team sports, the CEU UCH features male and female basketball, soccer, and volleyball divisions, chess, table-tennis and more. CEU UCH hosts regular sport competitions such as golf, football and volleyball tournaments. Internal university games are held several times a year, with all of the different schools competing.

CEU UCH offers Summer University which help eternal and new students, the formation in June and July the courses organize in the frame of the Summer university. Also offers Spanish language course' which the International Office helps foreign students with the procedures necessary to study at the university, and also with finding accommodation or learning Spanish. The university runs two Spanish courses per academic year for international students

Academics Edit

CEU UCH's academic programs operate on a semester calendar beginning in late September and ending in June.

University rankings Edit

In 2012 CEU-UCH's ESET Technical School of Engineering was selected as the number two design school by Architectural Digest in the article Top Ten section. Others within the top five include Parsons The New School for Design (1), Royal College of Art (3), Escola de Disseny i Art (4) and Istituto Europeo di Design (5).[18]

El Mundo's "Spain Best Universities Annual Report", placed CEU UCH in 6th position in 2006[19] 2008[20] and its Degree in Audiovisual Communication ranked fourth "Spain Best Universities to study Audiovisual Communication" in 2006,[19] 2010,[21] 2011, 2012[22] and 2013. El Mundo said: "The facilities, practical work in small groups and personalized attention are aspects of the race that contribute to achieving and maintaining fourth".[23]

CEU UCH was highly ranked by many international university rankings in 2013.[24]

According to IUNE Observatory ranking 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Placed in terms of Scientific publications[25] 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 3 3 4
Placed in terms of scientific publications about Medicine and Pharmacology[26] 3 4 2 3 4 2 4 3 3 4
Placed in terms of scientific publications about Experimental science and Life sciences[27] 3 4 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 2
Placed in percentage of publications in journals[28] 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 2

U-Multirank, an independent ranking with financial support in its initial years from the European Union, stands for "multi-dimensional ranking of higher education institutions". The first ranking assesses the overall performance of 879 universities, 1,200 faculties and 5,000 study programmes from 74 countries placed CEU-UCH as the tenth European university in agreement to regional involvement, scientific productivity and international orientation [29] U-Multirank was launched on 13 May 2014.[30]

As of 2021 and 2022, CEU Cardenal Herrera University has been included in THE World University Rankings, scoring particularly highly for citations of its research and for international outlook and is one of the leading Spanish institutions in these areas.[31]

Research institutes Edit

GROUPS AND RESEARCH

The CEU Cardenal Herrera University has opened research projects in collaboration with Generalitat Valenciana. Some of these lines of research examining issues such as the neural effects of consumption of drugs and alcohol, diseases such as leukemia or diabetes, drug design and media Internet. The university has three research institutes: the IDYCA (Institute of Drugs and Addictive Behavior), the IDIT (Institute of Design, Innovation and Technology) and IDEA (Institute for Environmental law and Ethics).[32] In July 2013, CEU-UCH and Karolinska Institutet from Sweden signed the student's partnership and exchange agreement[33]

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine: Endocrinology and pathophysiology of reproduction in ruminants and horses, Research Group on Experimental and Applied veterinary surgery, Improving food security in the production system and its derivatives, Veterinary ophthalmology, Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases, Pathology and Animal Health, Food safety in meat products, Ethology and Animal Welfare Section[34]

Faculty of Health Sciences: Application of computational methods to the design and development of new compounds with biological activity, Pharmaceutical Care and Rational Use of Medicines, Cellular and molecular biology of cancer, Adult mesenchymal cells in the control of the inflammatory process in humans, Brain damage and Neuroregeneration, Development of dosage forms of application to the skin, Design and synthesis of compounds with therapeutic activity, Molecular diagnostics in clinical microbiology, Study of human milk: composition, manipulation and functional properties, GIDRAQ (Group for Research and Resource Development in Chemical Analysis), Neurodegenerative and neuroprotective mechanisms[35] CEU Dentistry Clinic, equipped with dental laboratories, X-ray and sterilization rooms. In addition to this, has advanced technology and equipment as directed by the European guide lines in the dentistry industry.

Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences: Communication, participation and environmental awareness on the Internet, Communication campaign analysis and news coverage in the press, Bioethics Research Group, GIDYC. Research Group on disability and communication, OIMED (Centre for Research in Digital Media)

Technical School of Design, Architecture and Engineering (ESET):[36] Algorithms and numerical methods for large systems, Biomedical Engineering, Composites, Robotics and Industrial Control. Students participate on Solar Decathlon many years. The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon is an international competition that challenges 20 collegiate teams to design, build, and operate the most attractive, effective, and energy-efficient solar-powered house. The competition is presented by the U.S. Department of Energy and organized by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). There is also a Solar Decathlon Europe, which was established by a 2007 agreement between the United States and Spain.[37][38][39] Students participate on Eco-marathon, too. The Eco-Marathon is an annual competition sponsored by Shell, in which participants build special vehicles to achieve the highest possible fuel efficiency.

Faculty of Law, Business and Political Science Cooperation and Development, Deliberative democracy, communication and citizenship, Taxation and climate change, ADEC Group (Water: law, business, political science and communication), Research Group in financial economics, Research Group on International Protection of Human Rights, Legal protection of investors in emerging markets unregulated rights GHG emission, The region as a historical paradigm, International Financial Reporting Standards in the field of International Carbon Markets, Religion and Right to Environment

Notable people Edit

Notable alumni includes for example Federico Martínez Roda;, María José Catalá, a Spanish politician who belongs to the People's Party; Santos González, a Spanish professional road bicycle racer who won the Spanish National Time Trial Championship in 1999 and 2001 and won in 2000 a stage in Vuelta a España, where he finished fourth; Spanish actress and model Ana Milán who is the best known for her roles in television series 7 vidas, Camera Café, Yo soy Bea and Física o Química; Joana Chilet who is director of Canal Nou; Pepa Crespo who is Bioparc's director of communication; Máxim Huerta, host at the El programa de Ana Rosa[40][41][42]

Notable professors includes for example Manuel Zaera who works as Industrial engineering and Architecture teacher at the CEU-UCH and aerospace engineering at the European Space Agency. He worked ad professor at the Singularity University in 2010;[43] Santiago Vega, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Complutense University of Madrid summa cum laude and master's degree from University of Lleida. Currently he is the Chancellor of the Faculty of Veterinary;[44] José Enrique March, he graduated from CEU-UCH in advertising and currently he works as filmmaker; Manuel Ventimilla, professor at the CEU-UCH and at the Valencian Museum of Enlightenment and Modernity; Joaquín Ruiz, old student and currently audiovisual professor at the CEU-UCH. He won the prize for his documental "Calle Real 70" at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival; Enrique Beltrán, prosecutor at the Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Valencia;[45] Susana Sanz who was reelected as expert of the European Commission for the LifeLong Learning Programme[46]

The university has some notarial honoris causa:

 
Valentín Fuster in New York City, 2012
 
Nora Volkow in 2009, she is director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
 
Bishop Carlos Belo, Nobel Peace Prize, in 1996
 
Stanley B. Prusiner, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, in 2007

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