Universidad de Granada

Universidad de Granada is an exchange destination for bachelor students of Utrecht University School of LAW.

Student experiences

Read the student experiences here

Webpages

General information for Erasmus students

Information page for international students

Faculty of Law

Information for Exchange students

Language courses via UG

 

Academic calendar

Semester I: approximately September – mid-February
Semester II: approximately mid-February – July    

Academic Calendar

Language of instruction

Primarily Spanish, very few English-taught courses available. 

Requirements

Due to the limited supply of courses in English, a whole study period solely in English is unfeasible. Although sometimes some English-taught courses seem to be offered, you will have to be prepared to follow mainly Spanish-taught courses. The reason for this is that the English taught courses are often full or not available when you try to register for them. Hence, if your level of Spanish is not sufficient, you might not be able to reach the minimum required amount of ECTS (also for the Erasmus+ grant!)

Language requirement: a minimum language level of B1 (CEFR) in Spanish. Students can hand in the following documents at the time of their Utrecht University Study Abroad application:

  • Language certificate from a recognised language school
  • Letter by (high school) Spanish teacher attesting your Spanish level
  • Babel free language level test results

At the time of application to Universidad de Granada students are also required to provide proof of at least a B1 level Spanish.

The International Exchange Office highly recommends B2 level at the moment of exchange in order to fully participate in courses.

 

Spanish language courses taken will not be part of the transcript of records issued by the Faculty of Law (so credits cannot be submitted in Utrecht). 

Areas of study open for exchange students

Law

Incoming students can take courses outside of the Law Faculty with the only requirement of taking at least one course from the Law Faculty. This will depend on the availability of those courses. 

Course information

Academic offer courses published at the website 

 

Courses at Master level

No. 

Estimated living costs per month

The city of Granada is considered one of the cheapest cities to live as a student both in Spain and Europe. Costs will range from €550 to €650 a month.

 Living in a shared apartment (bills included): €200 - €250 per person per month.
 Eating a full meal at the university refectory: €3,50 -  €4
A single-journey bus ticket: €1,20, or €0,50 if you use the student bus-card.

This information is subject to change. It is meant to be an indication. Costs may differ due to personal circumstances.

    

Credits

Normal study load per semester: 30 ECTS   

UU Board of Examiners

Accommodation

The Accommodation Service will help you find lodgings in Granada: university residences, apartments, rooms, student halls, etc.

Number of places available

2 places per year.

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Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?

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