One of the oldest universities in Spain, the University of Zaragoza campus is divided into five locations across the historic Zaragoza, the capital of Aragon. While the city is famous for its historic sights and festivals like the annual Fiestas del Pilar, the University of Zaragoza is well known for their dedication to research and development.
Founded in 1542, the University does have its roots dating all the way back to the 7th century. Boasting a total of about 40,000 and fields ranging from foreign language to nanotechnologies, the University is highly regarded amongst Spanish, European and International Universities.
Notable alumni include Jose Marti, poet and Cuban national hero and Santiago Ramón y Cajal, who is widely considered to be a forerunner of modern neuroscience.