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Unlike other universities, the University of Granada maintains position as leading European university in Erasmus+. Honeycomb, symbolizing the interconnected nature of the social sciences.


 
Do you want to Study in University of Granada? You may have heard many things about Admission, Ranking, Courses & Tuition Fees.

The University Of Granada (UGR) was founded in 1531, succeeding the Madrasah founded in 1349 by Yusuf I, the Sultan of Granada. As such, the institution that we know today as the University of Granada is the result of the adoption of the University Autonomy Act of 1983 considered one of the most important universities in the world in terms of its historical importance.

The UGR is currently ranked among the world’s leading higher education institutions, classified by the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities as the 326th best university in the world. Their official website is https://www.ugr.es/en/

The UGR vows to remain a university open to all, regardless of culture, creed or personal beliefs, and is fully committed to pioneering research, innovation, and delivering world-class education.

University of Granada Courses
Students study over a 3 year period, choosing from a range of 27 different subjects and modules, divided into 650 hours of class time and activities.

The Specific Programme consists of 3 courses (1 per year). In each course, students complete 3 obligatory subjects (1 per trimester) and 6 optional subjects (2 per trimester)

Obligatory Courses

Comprehensive Health Care
The History of Granada
The Environment and Pollution
History of Art and Cultural Studies
Philosophy
The Human Body
History of the Spanish Language
Spanish Literature
Spanish History
Optional Subjects

Food Science and Health: New Challenges
The Atmosphere
Spanish Language Studies: Usages, Evolution and Deviations
Introduction to Psychology
Architecture and Urban Development in Roman Hispania
Human Ecology and the Environment
The Criminal Justice System
Art and Creativity
History of Christian and Moorish Societies in Granada
Climate Studies
Physical Recreation
Women’s and Gender studies
Goya and Internal Reason
Tourism Opportunities in the Granada Province
Science in Daily Life
Protocol
Geography
Psychology and Quality of Life
Additional Optional Courses

Information Technology
Sports
Choir and Musicality
English
French
Art and Creativity
Theatrical Arts: Interpretation, Staging and Scenography Photography and Film
How to Complete the Online Application Process
In order to complete the online application process for the credential, please consult the following step-by-step instruction manual in English and Spanish (also available in Chinese), which will guide you through the entire process from start to finish:

Instruction manual for the University Admissions Credentials Application (PDF IN ENGLISH & SPANISH)

Instruction manual for the University Admissions Credentials Application (PDF IN CHINESE)

Public fees for verification of documents
European studies and students from countries with bilateral agreements (2016)

First application   Normal   Large family   Very large family
Accreditation of studies   €60   €30   €0
Administration fees   €45   €22.50   €0
TOTAL   €105   €52.50   €0
 

Renewals

Renewal of “credential”   Normal   Large family   Very large family
Accreditation of studies   €60   €30.00   €0
Administration fees   €15   €7.50   €0
TOTAL   €75   €37.50   €0
The Large Family unit certificate (valid at the time of the request) must be issued by the corresponding Spanish Autonomous Community. Certificates issued by foreign offices/organizations will not be considered valid.

Renewing the “credential”

Fees for the renewal of the “credential” will be applied in the event of receiving a request with the same ID or passport number that was used in the first request. If you already submitted an ID or passport, but its number has since changed, a scanned photocopy of the previously issued “credential” or a written statement declaring that this is the renewal of a “credential”, must be attached to the request.

Evaluation and Grading Process
Once you have obtained your accredited certificate, you may apply for a place at the University of Granada, or any other Spanish university. This admission procedure allows you to access any undergraduate programme.

Admission priority is determined by two factors: 1) when you apply and 2) your final mark.

Priority is given to those students who submit their pre-enrolment application in the first phase of the admissions procedure. This first phase is usually in mid-July. Click here to find out the deadlines for this year’s admission procedure.

See here for Admissions procedure deadlines.

The second factor that determines priority is your final mark, which is calculated according to the mark that appears in your validation certificate (which must be from 5 to 10 points) and the mark that you have obtained in the specific phase of the university entrance exams (which account for 4/14th of your final mark).

Note that the subjects that are more directly related to the degree you want to apply for (as specified by the university) have a higher weight in the formula that is used to calculate the entrance mark for each specific undergraduate degree. The formula is the following:

Entrance mark = mark on validation certificate + (a × M1) + (b × M2)

– M1 and M2 are the two best marks given in the specific phase of the university entrance exams

– a and b are the multiplication weights that are specific to each degree, and they vary from 0.1 to 0.2, as established by the university

Remember that your mark must be a pass (minimum 5/10 in the Spanish education system) or higher in order to be included in the formula.

Reviewing Your Grade
If you disagree with the grade that you have been awarded, you can request that it be reviewed by sending a printout for grade review, which you can fill out via the following link.

The review request should be sent to the following email address: accesoei@adm.uned.es. The deadline for the request of the credential grade review is one month from the initial date of receipt of the credential.

UNED Portal: Review your grade and printout now.

Disclaimer: The information offered on this webpage is only intended to orient applicants and is subject to modification. The information does not entail any legal rights or entitlements. Please check the UNED website to ensure this information not been modified (contents available in both Spanish and English).


 
UNED Portal and Contact Information
Here’s the UNED website to get admissions to Spanish universities.

Entity   UNED (EU Admissions)
Phone (Monday to Friday (GMT+01) 9:00am to 14:00pm)   +34 913989557
+34 913987656
+34 913989554
+34 913989625
E-mail   accesoei@adm.uned.es
Webpage   UNED Portal
Address   Calle de Juan del Rosal, 14, 28040 Madrid, Spain
Disclaimer: The information offered on this webpage is only intended to orient applicants and is subject to modification. The information does not entail any legal rights or entitlements. Please check the UNED website to ensure this information has not been modified (contents available in both Spanish and English).

UNED website: Admissions to Spanish universities

Non-EU Pre-University Studies

If you have completed your pre-university education in a country that is not a member of the European Union, Andorra, China, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland and want to begin your undergraduate studies at a Spanish university, you must do the following:

Validate your pre-university studies before the Spanish Ministry of Education
Pass the Spanish university entrance exams
How to Validate Your Pre-university Studies
You can validate your pre-university studies at the Ministry of Education, at a Provincial Government Office, or at a Spanish embassy or consulate in your home country.

Spanish Ministry of Education

C/ Alcalá, 36, 28071 MADRID

Tel.: 902 21 85 00

Provincial Government Office of Granada

C/ Gran Vía de Colón, 50, 18010 GRANADA

Tel.: 958 90 90 00

Click here for more details about the validation procedure on the website of the Spanish Ministry of Education (website in Spanish).

Spanish University Entrance Exams

Once you have your validation certificate, you must complete the Spanish university entrance exams through the UNED, the Spanish National Distance Education University.

Click here to learn about registering for the exams on the UNED’s website (website in Spanish).

Contact information for the UNED:
Website: http://www.uned.es

Telephone: +34913 98 60 00 / +34913 98 66 00

E-mail address: selectue@admi.uned.es

However, if your pre-university studies are validated as an advanced technical diploma (Título de Técnico Superior), you will not have to complete the Spanish university entrance exams.

Nonetheless, you may still want to do the specific phase of the university entrance exams, which will account for the remaining 4/14th of your final mark.

Pre-enrolment at the University of Granada
Once you have passed the Spanish university entrance exams, you can pre-enrol at the University of Granada following the standard procedure.

You must have the documents that prove you have passed the university entrance exams and have validated your pre-university studies.

Admission priority is determined by two factors:

1) When you apply and

2) Your final mark.

Priority is first given to those students who submit their pre-enrolment application in the first phase of the admissions procedure. This first phase is usually in mid-July.

Click here to find out the deadlines for this year’s admission procedure.

The second factor that determines priority is your final mark, which is calculated according to the mark that appears in your validation certificate and the mark that you have obtained in the university entrance exams.

Both of these marks must be a pass or higher, a pass being 5/10.

Note that the subjects that are more directly related the degree you want to apply for (as specified by the university) have a higher weight in the formula that is used to calculate the entrance mark for each specific undergraduate degree.

University of Granada Tuition Fees
The fees, charges, and expenses shown are estimates only and subject to change.

 

Expense   Expense Type   Fall   Spring   Year
Program Fee   Billed by Brown   $27160   $27160   $54320
Housing Fee (homestay and board)   Billed by Brown   $5436 (single)   $5594 (single)   $11030 (single)
Brown Student Health Insurance** (waived if students demonstrate that they are covered by a comprehensive U.S.-based health insurance policy)   Billed by Brown   $3846 (annual rate)   $2234 (spring semester rate; available only for students who are newly enrolled at Brown for the S19 semester)   $3846 (annual rate)
Airfare   Direct Student Cost   $1300   $1300   $1300
Personal (estimate varies according to individual spending habits)   Direct Student Cost   $1550   $1550   $3100
Local Transport   Direct Student Cost   $350   $350   $700
Books   Direct Student Cost   $200   $200   $400
Required Immunizations and Medications (if applicable and not covered by insurance)   Direct Student Cost   n/a   n/a   n/a
Visa Fees***   Direct Student Cost   $160   $160   $160
Program Fee: The program fee covers onsite tuition, related academic programming and program sponsored excursions. It also covers the onsite orientation program, emergency travel assistance, and the services of the onsite program staff.

This program is an exchange program, and in order to facilitate cultural exchange and interaction, a portion of the program fee you pay supports exchange visitors to Brown from this site.

Health Insurance: Students will be billed automatically for Brown Student Health Insurance, unless an online “Health Insurance Waiver Form” is completed by June 1st for Fall and Full year programs or January 1st for Spring programs.

You will receive a Student Health Insurance Plan information packet, which will include instructions on how to waive the insurance online if you have other comparable insurance in place.

Visa Fees:  For some programs, students may need to apply for a visa or register upon arrival. Costs for processing of individual visas and registration range from $50 to $500, depending on the country and on the citizenship of the student.
   
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