University of Granada

 

As a classical public university with around 60,000 students, 3,600 lecturers, 1,900 administrative and support staff, the UGR (founded in 1531) offers a wide range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The UGR is committed not only to quality and excellence in education, learning and research but also to activities targeting the transfer of scientific, technical and artistic knowledge to society, the betterment of society and a sustainable environment. Due to its long-standing tradition, geographical location and high standards, both in teaching and research, the UGR regards internationalization as one of its strategic aims. Every year over 4,800 international graduate and postgraduate students choose the UGR to take full study programmes or via the approximately 800 network and bilateral exchange agreements in which the UGR is involved. 

 

What is the University of Granada contribution to the project?

The University of Granada will be the host of 3rd study visit in Europe. UGR will also provide necessary expertise and input in all other essential project activities, and will be actively engaged in dissemination, quality assurance and exploitation activities (e.g. planning quality assurance, planning an exploitation strategy, planning dissemination activities).