The University of Malaga (UMA) is characterized for being an open university, cosmopolitan and capable of being integrated in scientific projects of the highest level, which is committed to scientific development and innovation as a way to bring progress to society, standing out in the last years for the promotion of mobility and the effort to attract international talent.
Forty years after its birth, it has more than 35,000 students, 58 undergraduate degrees, 53 Master's degrees, 278 research groups and 45 registered patents. Innovation, dynamism and internationalization are the principles that mark the history of the UMA and, at the same time, the basis established by the university to overcome current difficulties and strengthen its service for knowledge, for society and for the future.
The II International Congress of Sea Young Researchers (JIs) will take place in the Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences of the University of Malaga, being one of the oldest Faculties in Spain. It is in the heart of the city and was created the first in Andalusia and, from its beginning, has contributed decisively to the integral development of the region. Its teaching offer covers all relevant areas in the fields of Economics and Business and provides its students, who are around 4000, a complete academic training. In addition, its close connection with companies and institutions, public and private, of the environment has traditionally facilitated the labour insertion of its graduates.
It is framed in the El Ejido Campus, where are also integrated the University Government Pavilion, the University Auditorium, the Canovas Theater, the Faculty of Fine Arts and the School of Architecture. In this way, the complete Campus composes an important space of knowledge and culture in the urban center of the city.