Campus de la UAB (imatge de recurs)

On campus services available during August

During the month of August, UAB campus services will have special opening hours and some will close for a short period. All work that can be done remotely or online will be given priority in all those areas in which presence is not mandatory.

Enquestes d'avaluaciˇ docent (virtual)

Second semester evaluation questionnaires

The 2019/20 second semester evaluation questionnaires corresponding to the evaluation of distance teaching and of the tools and facilitites used during the covid-19 crisis are now available. Both questionnaires can be answered until 17 July.


The UAB celebrates a new edition of the “Four Minute Thesis” competition

The competition will begin on 4 June at 10 a.m. at the UAB YouTube. The event will be streamed live and will consist in ten PhD students who will have a maximum of four minutes to defend their thesis. At the end of the competition the jury will select the two best thesis and all those attending will be able to vote for the thesis they liked best.


Age and family structure affect vulnerability to COVID-19á

According to a study by the UAB Centre for Demographic Studies, vulnerability to COVID-19 in Spanish provinces is due to the larger or smaller proportion of younger and older people, and to cohabitation patterns. Although only 14% of the population under 65 lives with the elderly, these could transmit more than half of the contagions occuring within the home.



More than 40 UAB MOOCs now available online, to start anytime

Big Data, Egyptology, 3D Art and video game animation, Psychological First Aid, Digital Humanities and How to Be Persuasive are some of the more than 40 online MOOC courses offered by the UAB, totally free and available at any time. For the first time this year, members of the UAB community will be able to receive a MOOC certificate. 


The UAB Veterinary Clinical Hospital answers questions on coronavirus and pets

The UAB Veterinary Clinical Hospital has published a website with a list of questions and answers on the most pressing issues related to coronavirus and pets. Until the moment, there has been no evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 (the coronavirus causing COVID-19), can affect pets or that they are capable of transmitting the disease.