The Universidad de Granada, founded in 1531, continues a long teaching tradition, the roots of which can be traced back to the madrasahs of the last Nasrid Kingdom.
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The Student Support Service (Servicio de Asistencia Estudiantil or SAE) works to provide students with fundamental support services and to assist them in the resolution of diverse issues which can affect them while undertaking their studies. We provide information such as legal advice (in university and non-university related matters), personalized guidance on financial support services, public transport discounts, subsidized accommodation, healthcare assistance requests for students from non-EU countries, national mobility programmes, services for the disabled and obtaining your student or staff ID.
Granada is a city where thousands of students live. the University of Granada has an Accommodation Management Office that will offer you various alternatives: high schools, university residences, student flats, accommodation with elderly people and hostels or boarding houses.
Students and researchers attending the UGR can choose to participate in courses and workshops organised by the UGR library. The range is extensive and in some instances the courses and workshops can count as ECTS Credits.
The University of Granada has free Wi-Fi access throughout all its campuses, faculties and premises. The E-Administration system allows you to carry out different administrative processes online from any computer, including acces to teaching and learning platforms, pay-checks, grades, reports, applications, research tools, registering official documents, reservation of sports facilities etc.
Our teaching centres (faculties and schools) are located in five different campuses (Centro, Cartuja, Fuentenueva, Ayadamar and Ciencias de la Salud). The University of Granada also has headquarters in Ceuta and Melilla, both with their own campuses.
Through the Sports Activities Centre ( CAD ) You have access to all kinds of sports and leisure activities: athletics , swimming , hiking , mountain- climbing , skiing, biking, canoeing ... as well as first- class sports facilities and the opportunity to Participate Numerous in competitions and courses . The university Also has agreements With Several private gyms in the city , offering you excellent discounted rates .
The aim of the center is inter-university cooperation and awareness development and training of volunteer within the university community and developing programs to correct inequalities and social gaps in the immediate surroundings.
The way of teaching is not great. Students are never a priority
Although you learn a lot about physics, some teachers are not as good as they should be. Sometimes, exams are much difficult than you do at class
The level of education is quite good. However, some professors are not as good as they should be (good investigators bad proffesors)