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The new Palma centre will open its doors in September

25   July   2017

The UOC is organized into a regional network of UOC centres and points that offer advisory and academic management services.

The UOC is organized into a regional network of UOC centres and points that offer advisory and academic management services.

On Monday, 4 September, a new UOC centre will open its doors at Carrer Ausiās March, 11, in Palma. It will be open to the public on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 9 am to 2 pm, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm to 7 pm.

As from September, it will offer the following services:

  • Information and guidance
  • Academic management
  • Documentation attesting
  • Collecting and returning books from the
  • Library
  • Wi-Fi

In addition, there will be a space for studying or working which will be expanded towards the end of the year with two meeting spaces (one equipped with a videoconference service) and one space for holding events (max. 40 people).

The official opening ceremony will be held in November. As soon as the date and programme are known, we will publish it in the news section.

The UOC on the Islands

Since its early days, the UOC has been present on the Balearic Islands through various UOC points, which have done a magnificent job in informing people about our University, and they will continue with their usual activities.

  • UOC Point Manacor (2001), with the collaboration of the Manacor Town Council.
  • UOC Point Ciutadella (2001), with the collaboration of the Ciutadella Town Council.
  • UOC Point Illes Pitiüses in Ibiza (2003), with the collaboration of the Ibiza Island Council (currently not operating as it is moving to other premises).

In addition, on the Islands we currently have approximately

  • 1,700 students enrolled during the last semester
  • 2,500 graduates
  • 43 course instructors

The Network of UOC Centres

The UOC is organized into a regional network consisting of 12 centres and more than 50 UOC points that offer advisory and academic management services. In addition, it operates the institutional centres, which are the work spaces used by the University's teaching, research and administrative staff.

More information about the Network of UOC Centres at:

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