The Universitat Internacional de Catalunya’s main aim is to make research a priority across all areas of knowledge. It is in this field where the UIC’s motto, Veritas Liberabit Vos ('The truth will make us free'), really takes full effect, reflecting a determined effort to foster knowledge that brings us closer to the true nature of things, thereby bringing us freedom.
The predominant driving force behind this effort is found in our teaching professionals who dedicate their time to research and helping to develop free and discerning thinkers, capable of producing new ideas by drawing from the main sources of knowledge: observation, experimentation and inductive and deductive reasoning.
The researchers in this university are capable of representing the UIC in the media, in society and in the most prestigious areas of knowledge. This is one way to contribute to the development of science, technology and the improvement of quality of life.
The investigative spirit inherent to the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya is apparent on many levels, and is seen in its commitment to creating new doctors, in the numerous scientific publications linked to this institution, and in the diverse research projects which are carried out in this University and funded by public entities and private companies.
The UIC recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary and this is therefore a good time to pay tribute to the constant work and effort carried out by our many teachers. The dedication and initiative that they have always shown in their research work is proof of a job well done, of individuals who strive to give their best to this university, to its students and to society as a whole.