The University of Oviedo
Founded in 1574, the University of Oviedo is linked to numerous outstanding figures of Spanish and European culture, and today, the University of Oviedo is one of the top universities in Spain.
- Approximately 21,000 students enrolled in 38 departments, and 17 faculties and schools (see current statistics)
- Five campuses throughout Oviedo, as well as campuses in the nearby cities of Gijón and Mieres.
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Casa de las Lenguas
The Temple in Spain spring program is housed at the Casa de las Lenguas, on the Campus de El Milán. The Campus de El Milán, home to the humanities at the university, is comprised of classrooms and administrative offices, as well as a library, video library and language laboratory.