University CEU Cardenal Herrera

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University CEU Cardenal Herrera
Type Private
Established 1970[1][2]
Chancellor Rosa Visiedo Claverol
Students 6,775
Undergraduates 4,711
Postgraduates 2,118
Location Valencia, Spain
Campus Urban, Valencia campus,
Castellón campus, Elche Campus
Newspaper El Rotativo
Colors Blue, Green, Red
Affiliations CEU Foundation
Erasmus Programme
Karolinska Institutet

University CEU Cardenal Herrera (Spanish: Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera) is a prestigious private university in Valencia, Spain. The University gained its current name in 1999. The Foundation inaugurated its work in Valencia in 1971 and in Elche in 1994. Since then, their academic offers have increased.

The university has three schools: Social Sciences, Health and Experimental Sciences, and Technical. It has three campuses in Moncada and Elche (Alicante). UCH-CEU currently has over 10,000 students from all over Spain, especially the regions of Valencia, Murcia, Majorca, Ibiza. Every year, it also welcomes more international students with programs like European Erasmus Programme.

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Coordinates: 39°33′N 0°24′W / 39.550°N 0.400°W / 39.550; -0.400