SDG 5 – Gender equality
Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
- The UdA enables access to higher education by the country’s girls and women, providing them with opportunities for professional development. Women make up 52% of the student community in regulated education and 69% in lifelong education. 
- By organising regular training courses, the UdA contributes to raising awareness about equal opportunities and preventing gender violence.
- In their work, UdA teachers adhere to the principle of equality, particularly between men and women. Teaching staff rate the extent to which they teach from a gender perspective with a score of 3.8 out of 5. 
- The UdA approved, in March 2023, the Inclusive Language Guide of the University of Andorra (in Catalan). The purpose of the document is to help, through language, everyone to feel respected and included in university life, and to prevent discrimination within the university community.
- The University of Andorra Gender Equality Plan (2022-2025) establishes 32 actions to be implemented over the next four years to foster a culture of equal opportunities between women and men within the institution, reduce horizontal segregation, prevent any behaviour grounded on gender discrimination, and promote teaching and research from a gender perspective.