The University of Zaragoza is a public teaching and research institution. Its primary mission is to generate and convey knowledge to provide students with a broad education. The University bases its principles on quality, solidarity and openness. It aims to be an instrument of social transformation to drive economic and cultural development.
The University of Zaragoza has been a member of EUREC since 2002 and has extensive experience in teaching and research in renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability thanks to the participation of different research institutes in bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
EMRE is taught at The School of Engineering and Architecture, which enjoys high prestige for its training of engineering professionals. Their degrees are widely recognised and highly valued in the national and international labour market, and the level of graduate employment is impressive.
About 6,000 students are currently studying in the School of Engineering and Architecture for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, and there are about 300 postgraduate and doctoral students.
The surrounding Campus has various research institutes, technology centres and business incubation centres. These provide an attractive focal point for development and training, an excellent study environment, excellent relationships with colleagues and contact with the worlds of business and research.