The University of Valencia (Universitat de Valencia, UV) founded over five centuries ago by the Juries of Valencia, has become a modern, public university that teaches all areas of knowledge: social, economic and legal sciences, experimental sciences, engineering, health sciences, educational sciences and the humanities. More than 45,800 undergraduate students and 8,600 postgraduate students take classes taught by more than 3,300 professors, lectures and researchers at our campuses (Blasco Ibáñez, Burjassot-Paterna and Tarongers) with the support of over 1,700 administration and service staff. Our university community is committed to being a university of reference: we are ranked second in Europe in receiving Erasmus students and fourth among Spanish universities in research. According to the most prestigious international rankings, we are the ranked fourth in Spain. We hope we can count on you in our ongoing effort to make a better society which is more just and developed; a more sustainable and advanced society that encourages equality among men and women and provides a higher quality of life for citizens.