Annual reports: our history

The Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Open University of Catalonia, UOC) began its activities in the academic year 1995/1996, with 200 students on officially recognized courses in Educational Psychology and Business Studies in Catalan. In the intervening years, the UOC has grown and 200,000 people now form part of the UOC’s university community.

Over these years, the University has increased and diversified its course offering, adding studies in Spanish and English. It has improved its educational methodology, creating a student-centred learning model. It has progressively expanded through Catalonia and Spain with a wide network of centres and information points, and has made a leap into the international market, consolidating its Mexican and Colombian offices as the base for expansion into Latin America. It has also opened three research centres specializing in the information and knowledge society, in e-learning and in e-health. 

Annual Report of the academic year 2006/2007

[Academic year 2006/2007]

The university for the knowledge society

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Annual Report of the academic year 2005/2006

[Academic year 2005/2006]

A Pioneering University, a Leading University

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Annual Report of the academic year 2004/2005

[Academic year 2004/2005]

Ten years of an innovative model

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10 years of history

[Academic year 2004/2005]

What was the UOC like in 1994? What were people saying about the University in 2001? What were the experiences of students, faculty and management staff? You can find data, figures and testimonies on the website celebrating the tenth anniversary.

Annual Report of the academic year 2003/2004

[Academic year 2003/2004]

 Fostering research: the new IN3 headquarters and the publishing of the results of Project Internet Catalonia

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Annual Report of the academic year 2002/2003

[Academic year 2002/2003]

The University's three pillars: teaching, research and dissemination

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