Study in A Coruña

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  • The population density is approximately 6,700 people per square kilometre.

  • An international city with approximately 28,000 foreigners living inside, accounting for 11.66% of the total population

  • Inditexs headquarters are located in the nearby town of Arteixo

University of A Coruña

Sitting in the northwest of Spain, A Coruña is the second most populated city in the autonomous community of Galicia and its industrial and financial center. The main campus of the University of A Coruña is located in the city of A Coruña.

A Coruña has a long history and profound religious ambiance. In A Coruña, you can see many amazing cultural relics and beautiful beaches, and at the same time enjoy the convenience of modern civilisation.

Founded in 1989, the University of A Coruña is modern, innovative and dynamic. The courses offered by the University of A Coruña are constantly changing in order to meet the needs of the development of society. Alongside traditional majors, the university now offers several double-degree programs, international programs (taught in English), and a wide range of Master, PhD and Permanent Formation programs, as well as some training courses inside the University.

City Life in A Coruña

A Coruña is the most perfect city in Galicia. In A Coruña, you can stroll along the streets and explore Roman architecture as well as modern and innovative buildings. Many magnificent city squares are crowded with prosperous businesses, offering a good atmosphere and a sense of joy for life. During hot summer days, people like to gather at beaches, piers and fishing ports to enjoy the sunshine and sea waves. La Coruña has a well-developed marine transportation industry, thus commercial ports are really important in the daily life of the city.

Due to its location on the Atlantic coast, A Coruña has a temperate climate. Riazor Beach, Orzan Beach and Matadero Beach welcome visitors at any time of the year. In summer, the beach is always crowded with tourists from all over Europe; in spring and autumn, many tourists come on vacation. They enjoy relaxing on the beach, bathing in the Atlantic Ocean and showering in the Iberian Peninsula sunshine.

The Roman Tower of Hercules in A Coruña is a sight not to be missed in this city. The lighthouse has been in operation since the 2nd century AD and has been listed as a World Heritage Site of

Language Center of University of A Coruña

The Language Center of the University of A Coruña is a dynamic institution in the university. The language center offers a variety of language courses every semester for Erasmus students and other non-Spanish native students and even the public to participate. The Spanish as a foreign language courses are designed for students who wish to start learning or improve their Spanish during their stay in Spain.

The courses of the language center adopt a small-class teaching system, and the number of students in each class is less than 15 students. In the language center, both traditional teaching methods and the latest audiovisual technology are used in teaching.