EUNEIZ opens its campus in Vitoria-Gasteiz with four innovative degrees

EUNEIZ University will open its campus in Vitoria-Gasteiz next September. Structured around two faculties – the New Interactive Technologies Faculty and the Health Sciences Faculty – EUNEIZ will offer four innovative degree courses with a total of 180 places in the 2022-2023 academic year. The Multimedia Degree, the Music Production and Sound for the Entertainment Industry Degree, the Physical Activity and Sport Sciences Degree and the Physiotherapy Degree are the qualifications with which EUNEIZ launches its university activity in the Basque Country.

 

These are four degrees offering state-of-the-art training, both in their content and academic approach as well as in their methodology. In fact, the last two degrees are pioneers in the Basque university offer.

 

With a strong commitment to train graduates who are able to offer solutions efficiently in a global and interconnected world, the University of New Technologies, Sport and Health presents a university model of interdisciplinary learning, highly personalised and focused on strategic and emerging sectors with greater professional projection. Located in a privileged environment next to the Green Belt of Vitoria-Gasteiz, EUNEIZ will offer innovative training supported by new technologies as a differentiating and cross-cutting element in its entire university offer.  The ‘learning by doing’ method, close collaboration with the business sector, the internationalisation of students and an excellence-based research strategy are the hallmarks of EUNEIZ.

 

The European University of New Technologies, Sport and Health is created with the involvement in the project of strategic partners, such as the two main sports clubs of Vitoria-Gasteiz (Saski Baskonia SAD and Deportivo Alavés). A participation with enormous added value, given that this implies the direct link between the university and the professional world, a flowing transfer of knowledge and a strategic commitment of applied research.