Pompeu Fabra University (Catalan: Universitat Pompeu Fabra) is a public university in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Founded in 1990, it is named after the Catalan philologist Pompeu Fabra. According to Times Higher Education it is one of the 7 fastest-rising young universities in the world.
The result today is a specialized university that has interconnected a unique approach to teaching with cutting-edge research, revolving around three closely linked spheres of knowledge, namely social sciences and humanities (at the Ciutadella campus), information and communication sciences and technologies (at the Poblenou campus) and health and life sciences (at the Mar campus).
Quick Facts:Location: Barcelona
City Population: 1.6 million
University Population: 14,000
Climate: Barcelona has a humid subtropical climate with mildly cool winters and hot and muggy summers
Nearest airport: Barcelona El-Prat airport