On 2 August, the B-30's entrance and exit to the UAB campus will be closed due to repairs. The entrance into the UAB campus will be closed from 3p.m. to midnight. The exit from the UAB campus to the motorway will also close at 6 p.m.
During the month of August, UAB campus services will have special opening hours and some will close for a short period. Until 2 September, the service of the FGC Barcelona-Vallès train line will be affected by construction work at Sabadell's Can Feu and Gràcia stations.
The UAB aims to award five grants for the contracting of PhD-holding research staff with an accredited research profile, on a co-financing basis. Deadline for applications is 25 September.
The UAB once again occupies 9th place worldwide in the field of veterinary medicine according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), compiled by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
The new ranking places the UAB among the top universities in Europe in teaching excellence, and highlights the academic resources of the institution and the inclusive environment found on campus.
The UAB will be offering new programmes covering a wide range of academic fields, all highly interdisciplinary.
On 2 July, economist Cristina Narbona and philosopher Ramin Jahanbegloo will close the 2017/18 edition of the Master's Degree in Business Administration of the CITIUS Programme. Narbona's conference on the convergence of economics and ecology, entitled "Economia i ecologia: la necessària convergència", and Jahanbegloo will speak on "Martin Luther King: Our Contemporary".
From 25 June to 13 July, the UAB will receive 395 secondary school students participating in the Campus Ítaca programme, an initiative aimed at motivating adolescents with unfavourable economic backgrounds and good grades to encourage them to continue with their studies.
The presentation of the "Art Apart" exhibition will take place on 19 June at 4 p.m. at the Exhibitions Hall of the Communication Library and General Newspaper Archives. The event will include the participation of Jaume Vidal, professor of Art History, and Vice Rector for Institutional Relations and Culture Carlos Sánchez.