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The Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I) is a university in the city of Castellón de la Plana, Spain. It was founded in 1991, and in 2003 there were approximately 13,000 students enrolled.

Being fully aware that communication and creativity are the most important instruments for the future, Universitat Jaume I is a pioneer in the use of the new information technologies. Universitat Jaume I was the first academic institution in Spain to become part of the World Wide Web (WWW) and to develop a browser that could be used to search for information on the Internet. This browser went on to become one of the most commonly used in Spain. Universitat Jaume I is also the first Spanish university to have a Centre for Education and New Technologies (CENT) with a direct link to primary and secondary schools.

Furthermore, in order to improve the teaching quality, UJI is the first university in Spain to install in each one of its lecture rooms, audiovisual equipment and computers provided with Internet connection incorporated into the lecturers’ tables.

This effort to keep ourselves in the vanguard of scientific and technological innovation is complemented by a humanist education that helps students to complete their training both as professionals and as citizens.


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Coordinates: 39°59′40″N 0°04′08″W / 39.99444°N 0.06889°W / 39.99444; -0.06889



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