Universidad de La Laguna

The University of La Laguna is the oldest higher education center in the Canary Islands, with more than two hundred years of history. The decree for its foundation dates from March 11, 1792, signed by King Carlos IV. Since that date, it has passed through various names and stages, until obtaining its current name in 1913. Two hundred years after its foundation, the University of La Laguna continues to be a benchmark in the Canarian community that, with the Atlantic as a bridge, reaches out to the world. Currently, this public institution is made up of more than 25,000 people, including students, teachers, and administration and services personnel. Its catalog of degrees includes 45 Degrees, 21 Official Masters in extinction and 30 in force, 52 Doctorate programs and 25 Own Titles. In addition, there are a total of 17,813 students enrolled in undergraduate degrees and 2,918 in degrees in extinction. The ULL is in a process of internal renewal in which new information technologies and telematic education will be promoted, centralized in its Virtual Teaching Unit. The strategic tricontinental position of the Canary Islands calls upon its universities to adopt a position of reference and leadership in the Atlantic region they occupy.


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