The publication of Royal Decrees 55/2005 and 56/2005, which regulate official graduate studies including the Masters and Doctorate in Spain, completely transformed the structure and methodology of higher education studies with the aim of integrating universities to the constuction of a European norm for higher education with university degrees that could be recognised across Europe.
The decree aims to give higher education courses a greater flexibility so that, in the ambit of university independence, universities can define and develop their own strategies along with a specialised form of investigation.
The University of Castilla-La Mancha therefore aims to face this opportunity for change and renovation by designing a catalogue of official graduate programmes of the highest quality, meeting scientific and professional requirements and in step with the needs and challenges of economic and social development.
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Location and Getting there
Facultad de Bellas Artes
Camino del Pozuelo s/n
This is an online space designed to showcase exhibitions by students as well as work specifically designed for the web by all artists who wish to participate in the project.
We invite you to collaborate in this space and to take advantage of the opportunity to publicise your work.
The work should be sent to the secretary of the department on CD-ROM and by email in the following format:
[VIDEO] Maximum image size 320 x 240 pixels in Quicktime format and with a maximum duration of 5 minutes or 10 megabytes per clip.
[SOUND] Archives in MP3 format and no more than 128k per second, any duration.
[VISUAL ART] (This category includes photography, painting, engraving and all other two-dimensional forms) The work should be presented as a digital image 640 x 480 px to 72 dpi screen resolution. Format JPEG (JPG).
The International Relations Office (ORI) handles all international activities for the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM). Within this scope, the ORI seeks to facilitate relations with other international institutions of higher learning and to promote international study and teaching opportunities for the university community. Of particular note, the ORI works to create international exchange programs for students, researchers, professors, and university administrative staff. In the case of students, such programs can translate into the opportunity to receive academic credit for studies in those foreign academic institutions with which UCLM has exchange agreements.
Administration: Vidal Gamonal
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The faculty has three exhibition spaces for students to present their work to the public.
These spaces can also exhibit work by faculty members, artists from outside the faculty and other shows and projects.
Each exhibition is on show for one week and the faculty takes charge of distributing publicity and invitations regarding the shows to a widespread audience.
The process of preparing and showing their projects in the exhibition rooms allows students to complement the work done in the courses and contributes to greater communication between members of the faculty, resulting in an increased exchange of ideas and exposure to differing proposals.
How To Apply
For international students:
International Relations Office (ORI) â€“ Cuenca Campus