Universidad de Granada, SPAIN

Contact person: Dr. Artur SCHMITT, Networks, Associations and Projects, Vice-Rectorate for International Relations and Development Cooperation

http://www.ugr.es/

 dirinternational@ugr.es and intlprojects@ugr.es

 

 Complejo Administrativo Triunfo, 18071 Granada (España)

 

 (+34)958-248059

 (+34)958-243009


The University of Granada Information Sheet for the academic year 2014-2015 is available here.

Name of the University Name of the University Universidad de Granada
Website
General Website http://www.ugr.es
- Website with specific information
for Erasmus Mundus applicants
http://internacional.ugr.es/pages/movilidad/estudiantes/entrantes/erasmusmundus?lang=en
Academic calendar (lecture periods)
Link to academic calendar http://secretariageneral.ugr.es/pages/calendario?lang=en
Lecture periods
first term 2012/2013
(winter term)

start date: end of September 2012
end date: end of January 2013
examination period(s):end of January until mid February 2013
second term 2012/2013
(summer term)

start date:mid February 2013
end date:mid June 2013
examination period(s):beginning of June until mid July 2013

Admission and registration
Exchange students (credit transfer, non degree seeking)
• At the moment of application and during the entire stay abroad, the students must be enrolled in an undergraduate or master programme at their home institution and pay the corresponding tuition fees there where applicable.
• A learning and recognition agreement is mandatory and has to be submitted to the home and host institutions before the start of the stay abroad. Modifications are possible only during the first month of the corresponding study period.

Undergraduate Possible duration 1 One semester: 5 months
One academic year: 10 months
Enrolment deadline first term: October 2012
second term: February 2013
Language requirements Level B1 in Spanish according to the Common European Frame of Reference for Languages.
Contact information intlinfo@ugr.es
Additional information Possible resit examinations in September will not be covered by the grant.
Master Possible duration One semester: 5 months
Enrolment deadline September / October 2012
Language requirements Level B1 in the language of instruction (usually Spanish or English) according to the Common European Frame of Reference for Languages. Each master’s programme may have established higher admission requirements.
Admission requirements Pre-admission letter signed by the programme coordinator at the University of Granada
Contact information epinternacional@ugr.es
Additional information 1) Stays including the preparation of a master thesis are possible but the master thesis will have to be defended at the home institution.
2) A change of status to full degree student is not possible.

Short stays
At doctoral level
• Potential applicants must be regular doctoral candidates at their home institution and pay the corresponding tuition fees there where applicable.
• A study and work plan is mandatory and has to be submitted before the start
Possible dates and duration Any date and duration previously agreed with the corresponding research unit at the Universidad de Granada
Admission requirements 1) Invitation letter signed by the programme coordinator at the University of Granada
2) Draft study and work plan drawn in cooperation with the academic supervisors at the home and host universities. It must be signed by the student and the academic supervisor at the home and host universities.
Registration deadline All the year round
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the working language previously agreed with the corresponding research unit at the Universidad de Granada
Contact information epinternacional@ugr.es
Additional information Cotutelle agreements will be promoted.
At post-doctoral level
• Potential applicants must hold a doctoral degree and will normally be a researcher at their home institution.
• A work plan is mandatory and has to be submitted before the start of the stay abroad
Possible dates and duration Any date and duration previously agreed with the corresponding research unit at the Universidad de Granada
Admission requirements 1) Invitation letter signed by the head of the corresponding research unit at the Universidad de Granada
2) Research plan to be agreed on previously with the contact person at the University of Granada
Registration deadline All the year round
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the working language previously agreed with the coordinator of the corresponding research unit at the Universidad de Granada
Contact information intlinfo@ugr.es
For academic and administrative staff
• Potential applicants must work as academic or administrative staff at their home institution.
• A work plan is mandatory and has to be submitted before the start of the stay abroad.

Possible dates and duration Any date and duration previously agreed with the corresponding academic or administrative unit at the Universidad de Granada
Admission requirements 1) Invitation letter signed by the head of the corresponding academic or administrative unit
2) Work plan to be agreed on previously with the contact person at the University of Granada
Registration deadline All the year round
Language requirements Sufficient knowledge of the working language previously agreed with the head of the corresponding academic or administrative unit
Contact information intlinfo@ugr.es

Proof of Language proficiency
Only official language proficiency certificates issued by the institutions listed in the file listed HERE will be accepted.

If an official language proficiency certificate issued by one of the organizations mentioned in the list of organizations recognized by our university (see: the previous link) cannot be provided before the deadline of the call for applications, potential applicants may submit other certificates that indicate a sufficient level of language competence. The language proficiency should be expressed in terms of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages regarding speaking, writing, listening and reading.

Notwithstanding, the Universidad de Granada reserves the right to accept or refuse any non-official language proficiency certificate on an individual basis during the application and evaluation phase.

Important: Undergraduate (B) and Master (M) students pre-selected for a scholarship MUST provide an official language proficiency certificate before they can receive an invitation letter for their stay at the Universidad de Granada. If such a certificate is not provided, the Universidad de Granada will NOT be able to admit the student.

International Office / Student Service Center / Visitor Service
Address Vice-Rectorate for International Relations and Development Cooperation
University of Granada
Cuesta del Hospicio s/n
E-18071 Granada(Spain)
http://internacional.ugr.es
Contact persons for incoming students Vice-Rectorate for International Relations
e-mail: intlinfo@ugr.es
phone: +34 958 249030
for outgoing students Vice-Rectorate for International Relations
e-mail: intlinfo@ugr.es
phone: +34 958 249030
for outgoing staff Vice-Rectorate for International Relations
e-mail: intlinfo@ugr.es
phone: +34 958 249030
for incoming staff Vice-Rectorate for International Relations
e-mail: intlinfo@ugr.es
phone: +34 958 249030