The Universitat de València approves 224 lifelong learning courses for 2022/2023, more than half of them online

  • Fundació Universitat-Empresa
  • March 22nd, 2022
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A total of 224 courses make up the Universitat de València's own postgraduate and lifelong learning courses on offer for the 22/23 academic year. More than half of them, 129 courses, will be taught entirely online. In addition, another 50 courses - 23% of the offer - will use blended learning. This facilitates access to lifelong and specialised training for both working professionals and from any location.

The main novelty for this academic year 22/23 is that the offer is structured in specific postgraduate courses (master's degrees, specialisation diplomas and university experts) and in continuing training courses (university certificates and micro-credentials). Of the offer presented, 198 are Universitat de València's own postgraduate degrees and 26 are certificates and micro-credentials.

Responding to today's training needs

As every year, the Universitat de València launches a series of new courses aimed at responding to the continuing education and retraining needs of working professionals. Specifically, a total of 54 first edition courses have been approved, which will address highly topical issues such as courses related to business cybersecurity, ecological law, school conflict resolution, artificial intelligence or Chinese teaching as a foreign language, among many others.

Lifelong learning at the Universitat de València equals multidisciplinarity

The Universitat de València's training offer stands out for its multidisciplinary nature. Among the 224 lifelong learning courses for next year, there are courses in all areas of knowledge. Of particular relevance are the courses related to Health (38%), Law and Social Sciences (15%), Psychology (12%) and Business Management and Administration (11%). Postgraduate courses in the areas of Humanities, Educational Sciences, Science and Technology, Physical Activity and Sport, and Safety, Health and Environment complete the offer for next year.

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