The Fundaciˇ UAB

Services

The services that form part of the FUAB are Conferences & Events UAB Campus, the Plaça Cívica Services Centre, the Casa Convalescència, the University Village, the Hospital Clínic Veterinari and the Fundació Autònoma Solidària.



It markets the sites and services of the UAB Campus, and functions in an advisory, organizational, and coordinating capacity in relation to the diverse activities that it develops within the campuses of the UAB: congresses, conventions and meetings of all types, product launching and presentations, social functions, outdoor activities, and also summer camps and leisure pursuits. Furthermore, it offers its collaboration with the organization of activities that members of the university community wish to carry out outside of the UAB Campus.

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UAB Alumni was set up with a clear objective: to become a large community of graduates of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. This is a young university, but one with over 150,000 graduates. Teaching staff, administration and services staff, students and former students have made the UAB a cutting-edge university in many disciplines.

The institutional UAB Alumni programme has been created in the firm belief that former students, with their professional and life knowledge, have to continue to form part of the university community. 

UAB Alumni works to organise and promote alumni meetings, coordinate networking and training activities with the Employability Service  and works to bring together and offer services to the most numerous of the university’s communities: its former students.

The main aims of UAB Alumni are to:
  • Promote the two-way relationship between the UAB and its graduates.
  • Promote networking and social relations among the graduates of the UAB.
  • Offer support to graduates in their search for work and in their life-long learning.
  • Offer Continuing Professional Development to graduates of the UAB. 

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Located on the historical site of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, the Casa Convalescència building is managed by the Fundació UAB. Institutions like UAB Languages Barcelona, the Health and Ageing Foundation and UAB Education Sciences Institute, all have their headquarters here.

Casa Convalescència offers 27 meeting rooms with an approximate total capacity of 1,000 people. A variety of spaces which can host groups from 15 up to 400 people, suitable for the organisation of conferences, conventions, meetings, seminars, courses and other events. Fully endowed with all necessary services and equipment, the building also has its own restaurant and catering service.

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The main centre for services and shops on the campus with the following establishments:
  • Opticians
  • Photography shop and class photograph services
  • Bookshop
  • Driving school
  • Photocopying services
  • Sweet shop
  • Hair and beauty salon
  • Pharmacy
  • Restaurant
  • IT Support service
  • Banking services
Also located in the Plaça Cívica are the Information Point, the Àgora Building and the International Welcome Point.

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The Fundació Autònoma Solidària is a not-for-profit organisation created in 1999 to work on the application of social policies, solidarity, cooperation for development and equal opportunities at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Its mission is to contribute to building a university that is more supportive and committed to social situations by promoting voluntary participation in the university community.

It promotes volunteering and participation in training activities aimed at the capacity for analysis and reflection on situations of inequality. It works with members of the community who are at risk of social exclusion, people with disabilities, interns in penitentiary centres or in educational centres for minors and people in immigrant and health centres.

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The Hospital Clínic Veterinari (HCV) is a foundation of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona created in 1990 with two main objectives:
  • Offer a high quality external service to vets and to the public.
  • Support the teaching of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine by offering a high volume of clinical cases.

The HCV has 16 specialist medical areas which enables it to offer highly specialist care through an interdisciplinary team (the biggest in Spain and one of the biggest in Europe).

Most of the vets at the HCV are lecturers at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine who, aside from their teaching and research activities, offer all their clinical experience to more than 17,000 patients who visit the hospital each year, among small animals, equines and exotic animals.

The Hospital Clínic Veterinari offers almost 4,500m2 to animal care and is equipped with the latest technology for their diagnosis and treatment: CT scans, magnetic resonance imaging, surgical and ophthalmic laser, laparoscopy, arthroscopy, electrochemotherapy, phacoemulsification, fluoroscopy.

HCV is committed to offering a high-level service to both animal owners and other vets. The centre has been specially designed to attend cases requiring advanced diagnostic techniques, specialist care or intensive care.

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The University Village (Vila Universitària in Catalan) is a residential complex for students located on the UAB campus. It offers more than 600 apartments catering for 2,100 students, 700 of which are students from abroad.

The apartments are different sizes and can accommodate up to five people. They have been designed to cater for the needs and requirements of university life. The Village also offers a number of adapted apartments.

There are sports facilities and an open-air swimming pool, football pitch, table tennis and street basketball and beach volley courts. There are also following shops and services:
  • Study room
  • Student support classroom
  • Driving school
  • Launderette – dry cleaner
  • Cashpoint machines
  • 2 bar-restaurants
  • Stationery, gift and sweet shop
  • Supermarket

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