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05 September 2023 | Posted by angela.tuduri

The 23-24 academic year kicks off at La Salle-URL

Welcome once again to La Salle Campus Barcelona!

September brings a new university stage to La Salle-URL Campus starting the academic year 23-24. From September 4 and during the Welcome Week, students will be able to learn about all the opportunities and developments that this year's university offers them.  

During Welcome Week, nearly 900 new students will join the La Salle-URL Campus, and more than 5,000 students will fill the classrooms for another year.  

More than 40 nationalities will coexist in the La Salle-URL ecosystem, enhancing the academic experience. Keep reading!

4 tips to start the course and avoid dying in the attempt  

If this is your first year as a student at La Salle-URL, we welcome you to your new stage. The university will offer a great chance to grow as an individual as well as a professional.  

The beginning of a new course is always a time of excitement and nerves. From La Salle Campus Barcelona we want you to feel as welcome as possible; therefore, we bring you four tips that will help in this first week of welcome.   

In this post, we share some tips to help you start your university career on the right track. 

Establish and schedule your goals  

One of the keys to getting out of college alive and thriving is to set clear goals and plan how to achieve them. It will help you stay motivated and keep you moving forward.    

When setting your goals, make sure they are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time bound. For example, a specific goal would be to pass all subjects in the first semester and a measurable goal would be to get an average grade of 8 in all subjects.  

Once you have set your goals, create a plan to achieve them. This may include planning how long you will study each week, what resources you will use, and how you will measure your progress. 

Find your own productive study space  

There are many ways in which the place where you study can have a big impact on your academic performance.   

It is important to find a quiet and comfortable place to study. A space with distractions will keep you away from your goals and make it harder to focus on what you really need to do. Therefore, we recommend choosing a place free of distractions and equipped with all the supplies you need.  

If you don't have a study space at home, consider the library, a café or a shared study space.   

Some factors to consider when choosing a study space are:  

  • Noise: you need a quiet place where you can concentrate.  

  • Lighting: you need a well-lit place.  

  • Comfort: you need a place where you feel comfortable.  

  • Resources: you need a place with the resources you need to study, such as books, computers, etc. 

Join in campus activities   

College is a great opportunity to network, meet new people, learn and develop your skills to the fullest. Taking part in campus activities is a great way to do so.  

At La Salle-URL we offer different extracurricular activities, from sports and entertainment clubs to service and student groups.  

Some of the advantages of participating in campus activities are:  

  • Meeting new people: campus activities are a great way to make friends.  

  • Learn new skills: Campus activities can help you learn new skills, both academic and personal.  

  • Develop your interests: campus activities can help you develop your interests and find your passion.  

  • Improve your résumé: campus activities can help you improve your résumé and help you stand out from other candidates when looking for a job. 

Be yourself, Be Real Be You  

In a world where you can be anything you want, choose to be yourself.  

College is the time to explore your identity and discover what truly inspires you. Don't be afraid to be yourself and express your individuality.  

Don't worry about what others think of you and express your opinions. Being yourself will help you find your place in college and enjoy this unique experience. That's why La Salle-URL launched the Be Real, Be You campaign.   

Be Real, Be You invites the new students of La Salle Campus Barcelona to be authentic, innovative and technological. You are the engine of the Campus and with this campaign we put the focus on you.      

In offering you a transdisciplinary university experience through quality training. Because your future starts here, and we want to accompany you in this new stage. 

Commitment to technology and innovation  

The new academic year at La Salle-URL is shaped by innovation and digital transformation. The university has strengthened its commitment to research and knowledge transfer, working constantly to remain a leading reference in the educational field.  

La Salle-URL is committed to the education of professionals prepared to face the challenges of the future. Therefore, we offer quality education, based on experiential learning and cooperation.

La Salle Campus Barcelona offers a wide range of academic programs, including a strong commitment to internationalization, including agreements with more than 150 universities around the world.  

We are committed to providing students with a quality education that prepares them for success in the working world. With a practical and interdisciplinary education, we train students to solve complex problems and face the challenges of the future.  

During Welcome Week, new students will participate in a variety of activities that will allow them to get to know and become familiar with the classes and facilities of the Campus.  

To all students, welcome to La Salle Campus Barcelona! 


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