Catalan can also be studied at university. Currently, the philology faculties of a dozen of our universities offer courses in Catalan. Moreover, you can study Catalan language and culture at 147 universities around the world, many of which belong to the Institut Ramon Llull’s Network for Catalan Studies Abroad.
Faculties of Philology
- University of Alicante
- Autonomous University of Barcelona
- University of Barcelona
- University of Girona
- University of the Balearic Islands
- Universitat Jaume I
- University of Lleida
- Open University of Catalonia
- Pompeu Fabra University
- Universitat Rovira i Virgili
- University of Valencia
- UVic - Central University of Catalonia
Ramon Llull Institute
The Ramon Llull Institute promotes the study of Catalan language and culture in universities abroad, with which it signs agreements for the introduction or consolidation of Catalan Studies, providing support for universities, teachers and students through various programmes and grants.
Vives Network of Universities
The Vives Network is a non-profit institution that represents and coordinates joint action in higher education, research and culture at 21 universities in Catalan-speaking areas in four European countries (Andorra, Spain, France and Italy). Since 1994, it has offered a platform that provides services for universities, public and private organisations and society as a whole, with the aim of contributing to the construction and the economic and social development of a cross-border university region in Mediterranean Europe.