Why Spanish?

Why Spain

  1. Spanish is the 3rd most spoken language in the world (more than 500 MLN people), the 2nd one for international communication.

  2. Spain is a doorway to Latin America for linguistic, cultural and historical reasons

  3. Spain is a doorway to Europe for geographical, political and cultural reasons

  4. Spain is the 3rd European country that more foreign student receive per year

  5. Spain counts with a very well recognized university system hosting some of the oldest universities and top 10 ranking business schools in the world

  6. As member of UE, Spanish degrees are recognized by all European countries, well reputed in Latin America and USA

  7. Spain is the 4th most visited country in the world (2nd in Europe) thanks to his extraordinary mixture of historical heritage, cultural traditions, landscape variety quality of food and good weather.

Why Murcia

  1. Life in Murcia it’s very cheap with about 500€/month the student can cover all his expenses from accommodation to food or leisure activities.

  2. Murcia is the 7th city in Spain, as regional capital city have all the services and well developed transport system, it’s a safe city, easy to walkthrough

  3. Murcia is well connected with principal cities of Spain and Europe trough rapid highways, trains and 2 international airports in the neighborhood: Murcia San Javier (35min from city center) and Alicante (45 min).

  4. Average temperature in Murcia is 18º with temperate winter (4-16º) and hot summer (20-34º), the city centre it’s 35 min far from several natural an touristic beaches and mountain/countryside places

  5. Cultural life in Murcia it’s very active thanks to his historical heritage, multi-religious environment, universities, museums, libraries, concerts, etc


  1. UCAM it was among the first universities to adapt his programs to the European quality system for education following the Bologna Process. Actually the Quality Department UCAM it’s helping Paraguayan government to establish a quality assurance body for his education system.

  2. UCAM has around 200 renowned international strategic partners, some among leading colleges and universities in the world, such as UC Berkeley, Stanford, NTU, NUS or Università degli Studi di Bologna. With these partners UCAM develops students, staff and professors exchange programs, joint degrees or other sorts of collaboration.

  3.  Its teaching method is based on a personalized attention with reduced students per classes and a personal tutor for each student. UCAM also offers a modern system of distance teaching.

  4. UCAM is strongly linked with work world through study plans adapted to market exigencies, obligatory internships in public and private institutions and enterprises in every program and research programs in collaboration with big regional, national and multinational companies.

  5. UCAM has a special environment both cultural and historical. Its main campus is on the XVIII century Jerónimos Monastery (National Monument) where infrastructures and labs provide UCAM’s students excellent facilities to learn practical skills.

  6. As Catholic institution UCAM’s aim it’s to provide an integral formation to the students not only in terms of academic knowledge but also in human values through some academic subjects, volunteering projects, meetings, congress and seminaries.

  7. UCAM is recognized as the University of Sports. It’s the only European university who has a professional Basketball team on the first national league (ACB League Spain). UCAM competes on a professional level with 20 more teams. In the Spanish university sports competition, UCAM won 46 medals, being hailed the 2012 Champion competing in 21 disciplines with more than 2000 college athletes. UCAM’s students collected about 100 medals in the Olympics Games of Athens, Beijing and London. UCAM it’s also the educational body of the Spanish LFP (Football Professional League).