The Jaume I University is a university in the city of Castellón de la Plana, Spain. It was founded in 1991, and in 2014 there were approximately 15,000 students enrolled. It is named after Jaume I, the king who founded the Kingdom of Valencia.
Researchers at the University Institute of Pesticides and Water have developed an innovative technique for the detection and quantification of contaminants in food samples, mainly of marine origin.
The scientific-technical includes updated information on production activity and scientific and technological research group at the Universitat Jaume I, prepared by the Office of Cooperative Research and Technological Development.
Universitat Jaume I members have access to a Medical Centre on campus which provides primary care for health problems. This centre has medical and nursing staff, and also provides psychological support.
However, since only primary care is provided, you will need to have public or private health insurance that covers potential health problems, including those that require hospitalisation.
The Universitat Jaume I offers all its state-regulated instruction on its attractive modern campus, which was designed as a single unit in order to encourage close relationships among the members of its community.
The campus, covering 756,666 m2, has four faculties and many research and management buildings sited around a central 13,000 m2-garden, called ‘El Jardí dels Sentits’ (The Garden of the Senses).
It is a green, sustainable campus that promotes the use of renewable energies, with recycling points facilitating the recovery of materials.
It is also an easily accessible campus, with no architectural barriers that would prevent people with disabilities from moving around freely.