aqualia collaborates assiduously with universities and business schools as part of its commitment to internal training and R+D+i, and in order to contribute to the creation of knowledge of integral water cycle management.
In Spain, this association with the university manifests itself in initiatives such as its collaboration with the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, in the Territorial Development and Water Management Program in the Autonomous Region of Madrid and the publication of 'La ingeniería y la gestión del agua a través de los tiempos' (‘Engineering and water management over time’) (2011). In 2010 aqualia, together with the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) in Madrid, published 'El cambio climático en España y sus consecuencias en el Sector del Agua' (‘Climate change in Spain and its implications for the water sector’).
Beyond research, aqualia also collaborates with universities in courses and gatherings organised by them. It plays a role in summer courses offered by the Universidad de la Laguna in Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Santander, among others.