The University of Vigo offers a great variety of degrees and diplomas to a rapidly increasing number of students; around 23,000. The emphasis is primarily on science, technology, social science and law, but there are also Faculties of Languages, Translation & Interpreting, History and Education.

Universidade de Vigo is a growing institution comprised of three campuses: (1) Vigo (location of rectorate, international office, student advisory services, sports areas, main library, university bookshop, computing, research & development facilities), (2) Pontevedra (25 km from Vigo), and (3) Ourense (100 km from Vigo). See All 22 Photos

  • Ourense Campus

    Ourense, Spain Campus Website

    Vigo is located in Galicia, in the northwest corner of Spain. Known as Spain's largest fishing port and famous for its sheltered harbors, Vigo is known for its shipbuilding and fisheries industries, as well as, its Citroen car factory.

    Rich in culture and tradition, Vigo offers an excellent setting for learning about the cultures of Spain and Galicia. As one of Spain's officially recognized autonomous regions, Galicia has two official languages: Castellano (Spanish) and Gallego (Galician). Gallego is a language of Latin origin and similar to Portuguese. Galicia's population is bilingual and students will find they can get by just fine using Spanish. Nearby attractions include beautiful beaches and an unspoiled coastline as well as the city of Santiago de Compostela, Christendom's third most important site of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages.

    International students have many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities such as theater, intramural athletics and choir. The international relations office brings together international students for cultural exchange, social activities and travel. ISEP students are also welcome to join the Erasmus student network and participate in their planned activities.

  • Vigo Campus (Main Campus)

    Vigo, Spain

    Vigo is located in Galicia, in the northwest corner of Spain. Known as Spain's largest fishing port and famous for its sheltered harbors, Vigo draws a living primarily from its shipbuilding and fisheries industries as well as its Citroen car factory. Vigo is one of the most important fishing fleet bases in the world. 

    Rich in culture and tradition, Vigo offers an excellent setting for learning about the cultures of Spain and Galicia. As one of Spain's officially recognized autonomous regions, Galicia has two official languages: Castellano (Spanish) and Gallego (Galician). Gallego is a language of Latin origin and similar to Portuguese. Galicia's population is bilingual and students will find they can get by just fine using Spanish. Nearby attractions include beautiful beaches and an unspoiled coastline as well as the city of Santiago de Compostela, Christendom's third most important site of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages.

    International students have many opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities such as theater, intramural athletics and choir. The International Relations Office (ORI) brings together international students for cultural exchange, social activities and travel. ISEP students are also welcome to join the Erasmus Student Network, and participate in their planned activities.

  • Pontevedra Campus

    Pontevedra, Spain

    Vigo is located in Galicia, in the northwest corner of Spain. Known as Spain's largest fishing port and famous for its sheltered harbors, Vigo draws a living primarily from its shipbuilding and fisheries industries as well as its Citroen car factory. Vigo is one of the most important fishing fleet bases in the world. 

    Rich in culture and tradition, Vigo offers an excellent setting for learning about the cultures of Spain and Galicia. As one of Spain's officially recognized autonomous regions, Galicia has two official languages: Castellano (Spanish) and Gallego (Galician). Gallego is a language of Latin origin and similar to Portuguese. Galicia's population is bilingual and students will find they can get by just fine using Spanish. Nearby attractions include beautiful beaches and an unspoiled coastline as well as the city of Santiago de Compostela, Christendom's third most important site of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages.

    International students have many opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities such as theater, intramural athletics and choir. The International Relations Office (ORI) brings together international students for cultural exchange, social activities and travel. ISEP students are also welcome to join the Erasmus Student Network, and participate in their planned activities.

ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Gretchen Cloutier 703-504-9974 | GCloutier@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I'll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.

Universidad de Vigo

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Universidad de Vigo

Vigo, Pontevedra and Ourense, Spain

International Office
(17)

Connect

https://www.facebook.com/uvigo

https://twitter.com/uvigo

Terms

Academic Year (September - May)

Fall Semester (September - January)

Summer (June - July)

Spring Semester (January - May)

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ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Gretchen Cloutier 703-504-9974 | GCloutier@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I'll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.