The University of Seville (Universidad de Sevilla) is located in Seville, Spain, and is the main public university in Andalusia. It was established more than five centuries ago, and is currently hosting over 70,000 students, 4,400 professors and 2,400 service and administrative staff. The main building of the university was built in the 18th century and is known as the "Old Tobacco Factory" (named after its original use). Other campuses and faculties are located throughout Seville, including the Health Science schools in La Macarena, the Business School in Nervión, the Engineering School and School of Communications in La Cartuja, and the Language Institute and Science Schools in Reina Mercedes.
The University of Seville offers a wide variety of study programmes from Undergraduate degrees, to Masters' Programmes and Doctorate Studies.
In CATCH programme the University of Seville is collaborating together with Oncoavanze and Salumedia on cancer research from the point-of-view of patient and physical exercise as well as technology use.