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Which are the best Universities according to the chosen races?

Which are the best Universities according to the chosen races?

This year, the EvAU (University Access Assessment) was held for the first time in our country.

Given the imminent publication of the qualifications, many young people had to choose soon the university that interests them more in the face of starting their studies.

At Funway Resort, we want to give you the results of the ranking carried out by the Everis Foundation, an organization created by the Spanish multinational consultancy.

This ranking evaluates the opinion of employers when establishing which are the Best National Universities according to the most requested competencies.

Among these skills, companies emphasize honesty and ethical commitment as the most valued, followed by learning ability and teamwork.

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Ranking of Spanish Public Universities

Ranking of Spanish Public Universities

Did you know that five public universities lead the ranking of the best in Spain?

If you want to know what they are, from Funway Resort university residence we tell you below:

They are the Pompeu Fabra University, the Polytechnic of Catalonia, the Carlos III of Madrid, Rovira i Virgili and Politècnica of Valencia.

The ranking analyzes 61 institutions (48 public and 13 private).

In the last positions are the European Miguel de Cervantes and the Distance University of Madrid, the UNED and the Oberta de Catalunya.

The University Pompeu Fabra, the Polytechnic of Catalonia, the Carlos III of Madrid, Rovira i Virgili and Politècnica de Valencia (UPV) are the Spanish universities with the most performance in teaching, research, innovation and technological development, according to the fifth edition of U- Ranking on the Spanish University System of the BBVA Foundation and the Valencian Institute of Economic Research, presented this Thursday in Madrid, which analyzes a total of 61 institutions of higher education (48 public and 13 private).

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