The 16th university campus for studying the Catalan language begins its work in Andorra
On 31st July, 2017, the 16th university campus for studying the Catalan language begins its work in Andorra. This is the second week of campus work, the first one took place in the city of Girona. The project was jointly launched by the Government of Andorra and the Ramon Llull Institute and is designed for 27 students. Classes will last until 6th August.
The first campus took place in 2002 following the signing of an agreement between the Government of Andorra and the Government of the Balearic Islands. Since 2003, as an organizer, Ramon Lull institute has been added.
In total 440 students took part in the training camp. This year the student from China will take part in the training for the first time.
The cycle of training will be completed with the performance of the singer from Valencia Andreu Valor. A free concert will take place on 2d August in Prat del Riu (Canillo) at 22:00.