San Antonio de Murcia Catholic University

San Antonio de Murcia Catholic University (UCAM) is located in Guadalupe, Murcia, Spain. It is locally known as Universidad Católica San Antonio. The university was established in 1996. It is accredited by Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, España.

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University Name San Antonio de Murcia Catholic University
Name in Local Language Universidad Católica San Antonio
Acronym UCAM
Year Established 1996
Motto In libertatem vocatiFrom Galatians
Motto in English Called to freedom

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Address Campus de Los Jerónimos, s/n, Guadalupe, Murcia, Spain
Phone +34 968278801
Fax +34 968307066
Website San Antonio de Murcia Catholic University Website
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