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Universidad de Granada is an exchange destination for Utrecht University students of the faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences in Granada, Spain.

Academic calendar

Semester I: September – February
Semester II: End of January – July

Application deadline
Semester I: 15 June
Semester II: 31 October

Areas of study open to exchange students

Psychology / Anthropology

Language of instruction

Spanish

Cost of living

The city of Granada is considered one of the cheapest places in Spain and Europe to live as a student. Obviously, the cost of living for each student depends on their lifestyle, but it tends to vary between €550 - €750 per month.

For guidance purposes, we have calculated the average cost of living in Granada in the most basic aspects:

Accommodation in a shared flat in the city centre (water and energy expenses included) varies roughly between €200 - €250 per month.

The daily set menu in the University refectories costs €3.50. The takeaway menu costs €4.

A single city-bus ticket costs €1.20. If you obtain a bus card, the price is €0.79 per trip and with the University bus pass the cost is €0.57 per trip. A monthly pass costs about €40.

Number of places available

5 places per year. 4 for Psychology and 1 for Anthropology

Requirements

Language requirement: a minimum of B1 language level (CEFR) in Spanish is required.

Additional information

Students need to choose at least 60 percent of their courses in the department they are selected for.

More information

More information about studying abroad: in Dutch and in English.

Bart Weerdenburg, Loes van Velzen, Nicole van der Hoeven - Sneijder

The International office offers information and support for incoming and outgoing exchange students of the Faculty of Social Sciences. Contact us if you have any questions about studying abroad on a temporary basis.

The International Office:

Bart Weerdenburg, Head of the International Office

Responsible for the internationalization policy of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.

Loes van Velzen, Exchange coordinator – Outgoing exchange students

Contact person for students of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences who want to go on an exchange.

Nicole van den Hoeven – Sneijder, Exchange coordinator – Incoming exchange students

Contact person for international students who come to Utrecht for an exchange at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.

Maaike Goselink, Exchange coordinator – Outgoing exchange students

Contact person for students of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences who want to go on an exchange.

Attention!

Due to the corona virus, all of our walk-in hours are cancelled until further notice. You can reach us via e-mail and phone.

E-mail: io.sbs@uu.nl
Tel: +31 (0)30 253 3659, from Monday to Thursday. Please note: From 2 to 20 August, the International Office cannot be reached by telephone. You can still contact us by e-mail.