A university is an extraordinarily complex organization, given the diversity of the studies offered, its research networks and different bodies, and its links with society. If, in addition, a university has a long and rich history (as is the case with the University of Valencia), then complexity is further increased, since it has to rely on suitable means to preserve and disseminate its heritage. In such cases, a university guide becomes an essential instrument for effectively finding information on the resources made available by the institution. This guide seeks to provide information on the University of Valencia in an accurate and exhaustive way. Students will find in it the widest study offer for both official and UV-specific degrees in the Valencian Community, delivered in three campuses and six scientific areas. The University of Valencia offers more than 60 official degrees, 100 PhD courses, of which 20 are quality-certified; over 250 postgraduate courses; and La Nau Gran, targeted at older students looking for a second chance. Humanities and engineering, social sciences and health sciences, and legal and teaching sciences make up an educational supply characterised by scientific and technical knowledge and fostering specialised higher education and citizenship culture.