Ciutadella Campus

Located just a few metres from Ciutadella Park and only 200 metres from the sea, the Ciutadella Campus is UPF's largest urban site. It comprises six unique buildings, which are connected to one another by a series of broad walkways and terraces. The campus is home to UPF's prestigious Department of Economics and Business and centres for the Political and Social Sciences, Humanities and Law, in addition to various centres for innovation and research.

At the Mercè Rodoreda Building on the Ciutadella Campus, UPF Barcelona School of Management teaches its Master of Science and Master of Arts programs: full-time programs that are taught entirely in English. The same building is also used for the Master in Law and the Master in Public and Social Policy.

The campus's two main buildings, the Jaume I and Roger de Llúria buildings, were built in 1887 and originally used as army barracks. Another outstanding building is the Depósito de las Aguas, or water tower. It was designed by Josep Fontserè, who was in charge of the construction of the entire citadel complex, and Antoni Gaudí, who was a young architecture student at the time. The Depósito de las Aguas was opened in 1880 and was originally designed to regulate the flow of water from the waterfall in Ciutadella Park and irrigate the gardens. It was subsequently used for a variety of purposes up until 1992, when it was acquired by UPF and converted into a spectacular library. Today, it serves as a key study and research hub for students at UPF.

  • Where to find us

    Ramón Trias Fargas, 25 - 27, 08005 Barcelona

    Tel.: (+34) 93 542 20 00

  • How to get there

    Metro Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica L4

    Tram T4, T5, Wellington, Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica

    BUS H16, V21, 92, 36, V27, H14

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