University of Santiago de Compostela is a research institution with rich academic heritage. Some reasons to study here are:-
- With numerous centers of interest in Compostela, Lugo, and other Galician locations, the Summer University of USC provides a wide range of courses. Enrollment for Summer University courses typically opens in May and lasts until ten days before each course's start date.
- USC, the Ministry of Education, the Xunta de Galicia, and other administrations and foundations support various programs and scholarships. These include mobility grants, additional training courses or internships, and outstanding research or educational innovation awards.
- Along three main lines of action patronage agreements, micro-patronage initiatives, and promotion of institutional chairs the University of Santiago de Compostela promotes various initiatives to raise private funds to support teaching development, research, and socio-cultural initiatives financially.
- The External Relations Service administers exchange stays at the USC for students and university personnel from higher education institutions in Spain and other nations. It also provides the university community with a wide choice of national and worldwide mobility programs.