Universidad de Salamanca GRIAL

The University of Salamanca, founded in 1218 and one of the oldest Universities in Europe, is today a modern European University, open to the culture of practically every branch of teaching.
Currently, the University of Salamanca teaches first and second cycle undergraduate degrees to almost 28.000 students, in addition to nearly 3.000 students of Doctorate and Master degrees. With more than 3.000 researchers, who make up 70 departments, 26 Faculties and Schools, 18 institutes and other research units belonging to the social, biomedical, human, experimental and formal sciences, it stands out as one of the main public research organizations in Spain. The quality of its human resources, the size of its facilities and the range of up-to-date instruments and equipment help to guarantee the quality of a vast scientific and technological organisation at the service of society.
The University of Salamanca supports the Research and Development activities of its scientific community, public institutions and industry, by means of a set of scientific and technological consulting resources: a network of institutes, an European Research Projects Office, a Technology Transfer Office (OTRI) and several Central Management Services.