Universidad De Sevilla | Spain
Universidad de Sevilla (or sometimes the University of Seville in english), is a public university located in Seville, Spain. The University had 73,350 in 2004, and they are scattered around different campuses. The Universidad de Sevilla is the second Spanish presential university by number of students. During the late 15th century, the University was originally the School of Blessed Mary of Jesus (Colegio de Santa María de Jesús), founded by Archdeacon Maese Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella. In 1505 the Universidad de Sevilla was allowed to teach degrees in Theology, Philosophy, Law, Medicine and Arts. In 1551 the city council granted a General Study Centre (Estudio General) which enabled the School to become officially a university.