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TEACHING (2016-2017 academic year)
7  faculties and schools
3  affiliated schools
29 degrees
9  double degrees
3 degrees of affiliated schools
33  university master's degrees
7  university master's degrees of affiliated schools
12  doctoral programmes
6  doctoral programmes with a Pathway to Excellence award
55  UdL-specific master's degrees
20  degrees
17  university expert courses
32  specialist courses
129  continuing education courses

STUDENTS (2015-2016 academic year)
 Students 11,393 (4,959 H / 6,434 D)
 Students in official programmes 10,113 (4,477 H / 5,636 D)
 Students in UdL-specific programmes 1,280 (482 H / 798 D)
 Bachelor's degree and two-cycle degree students 8,574 (3,747 H / 4,827 D)
 Master's degree students 929 (463 H / 466 D)
 Doctoral students 610 (267 H / 343 D)
 Graduates (bachelor's, two-cycle, master's and doctoral degrees) 2,008 (803 H / 1,205 D)
 Bachelor's degree and two-cycle degree graduates 1,443 (551 H / 892 D)
 Master's degree graduates 452 (197 H / 255 D)
 Students who do work placement in companies 2,864 (865 H / 1,999 D)


TEACHING PERFORMANCE RATES (2015-2016 academic year)
4'67  years as the average duration of degree  (4'84 H / 4'58 D)
1'63  years as the average duration of master's degree courses  (1'85 H / 1'48D)
83'9%  as the bachelor's degree performance rate  (78'4% H / 87'6% D)
92'9%  as the master's degree performance rate  (91'7% H / 93'8% D)
58'0%  as the bachelor's degree graduation rate  -
54'0%  as the bachelor's degree graduation rate in the expected time  -
75'0%  as the master's degree graduation rate  -
69'0%  as the master's degree graduation rate in the expected time  -
91'9%  as the bachelor's degree efficiency rate  (89'3% H / 93'4% D)
97'7%  as the master's degree efficiency rate  (97'3% H / 98'0% D)
7'4  as student satisfaction with teaching received (1-10)  -
7'6  as student satisfaction with lecturers (1-10)  -
83'4%  as the graduate employment rate  -
 

RESEARCH (2016)
€ 10.300.000  in research income  -
€ 8.100.000  in competitive funding  -
€ 2.200.000  in non-competitive funding  -
1.641  scientific publications  (770 H / 1.031 D)
113  theses defended (2015-2016 academic year)  (55 H / 58 D)
109  research groups  -
203  research grantholders  (92 H / 111 D)
157  researchers in training  (61 H / 96 D)
5  UdL research institutes and centres  -
4  technology and innovation centres  -
849  articles published in scientific journals  (566 H / 388 D)
13  University-company Chairs (year 2017)  -

 
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY (2015-2016 academic year)
1,233  foreign students   (490 H / 743 D)
693  foreign students taking bachelor's degrees   (261 H / 432 D)
112  foreign students taking master's degrees   (52 H / 60 D)
125  foreign students taking doctoral degrees   (65 H / 60 D)
303  incoming students on mobility programmes   (112 H / 191 D)
286  outgoing students on mobility programmes   (108 H / 178 D)
340  agreements with foreign universities and other institutions (2017)   -
3  international double degree agreements   -
27  foreign students on the Study Abroad programme (2015-2016 academic year)   (5 H / 22 D)
8  international networks in which the UdL participates (2017)   -
 
HUMAN RESOURCES (01/01/2016)
1.031  members of the teaching and research staff 600 H  431 D
34  foreign members of the teaching and research staff 28 H  6 D
58%  percentage of teaching staff holding a PhD 62% H 52% D
38%  percentage of publicly-contracted teaching staff 60% H 38% D
468  members of the permanent teaching staff 287 H 181 D
607  researchers 265 H  342 D
514  members of the administrative and service staff 148 H  366 D
 
 
MATERIAL RESOURCES (2017)
117,589  m² of floor area
393,272  volumes in libraries
3,257  m² of sports facilities
408  places in halls of residence
€ 83,1  as the University budget
 
UNIVERSITY RANKINGS
Second Spanish university in percentage of excellence in leadership in its scientific production, according to the 2014 Knowledge and Development Foundation (CyD) report.
Second world’s most influential university in Food Science and Technology, according to the 2015 Thomson Reuters State of Innovation Report, based on publications in the Web of Science.
Fourth Spanish University in teaching according to the 2015 ISSUE Rankings (Synthetic Indicators of the Spanish University System .
First Spanish university in business and economics studies in the first global university ranking of the European Commission (U-Multirank 2014).
Fourth Spanish university in productivity and impact of scientific publications on agricultural sciences, according to the 2014 National Taiwan University Ranking (NTU Ranking).
Fifth Spanish university in research in the discipline of Food Technology according to the Ranking I-UGR of Spanish universities by fields and disciplines in 2014.
Third Spanish university in research in the discipline of Agriculture according to the Ranking I-UGR of Spanish universities by fields and disciplines in 2014.
First Spanish university in leadership of its articles in the area of Agriculture and Biological Sciences and third in normalized citation, according to the 2012 report of the Knowledge and Development Foundation (CyD).
Second Spanish University in excellence and leadership in its scientific production during the period 2007-2011, according to the 2012 report of the Knowledge and Development Foundation (CyD).
First Catalan university in transparency because of its institutional information communicated by means of its website “in a visible, accessible, understandable and up-to-date way”, according to the 2014 report of the Commitment and Transparency Foundation (FCyT).
 

 

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