Universidad de Granada is an exchange destination for Utrecht University Bachelor students of the faculty of Humanities in Granada, Spain.

Student experiences

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Academic calendar

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

Academic Calendar


Language requirement: a B1 language level (CEFR) in Spanish is required. The International Office (HUM) recommends a B2 level at the moment of exchange in order to fully participate in the courses.

Course requirement: In order to guarantee places in Spanish Philology modules to those International students who are majoring in Spanish or have Spanish as a minor at their home institution, Granada accepts pre-registration applications for Spanish modules from these students ONLY. Students should choose 60% of their modules from their major/minor (their equivalent at our university). 

Areas of study open to exchange students


Courses at Master’s level


Language of instruction

Subjects are taught in Spanish, except the specific Languages courses, which are taught in the respective language. 

Housing assistance

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

More information

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 city-bus ticket costs €1.40. If you obtain a bus card, the price is €0.87 per trip and with the University bus pass the cost is €0.61 per trip. A monthly pass costs about €41.

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

More information about living in Granada



Normal study load per semester: 30 ECTS

Number of places available

Languages: 1 place per year.

Additional information

More information

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

Do you have any questions about this partner university or about studying abroad? Contact the International Office of the Faculty of Humanities (details below).

You can also see stories of students who have been abroad on Instagram!

International Office Humanities

Our front desk is currently closed until further notice. This means that there are no walk-in hours and it is not possible to make an appointment.  

You can reach us in the following ways:

Please mention your student number in all correspondence!


We are unable to sign physical documents. If you need to have a document signed, please send it to us via email.

Mailing address

Drift 10, 3512 BS Utrecht
+31 (0)30 253 6046


  • Sanne Boomsma - Head International Office Humanities;
  • Pooi Ji Hang - Exchange Coordinator (South and East Europe, Asia, Central and South America);
  • Monique Hanrath - Exchange Coordinator (North and West Europe, Africa, Oceania and North America);
  • Nelline Bogerd - Support Officer;
  • Agaath Sluijters - Support Officer.
Walk-in office hours

Our front desk is currently closed.

Making an appointment

You can make an appointment via this online form or send an email to internationaloffice.hum@uu.nl.

Handing in and picking up documents

Send an email to internationaloffice.hum@uu.nl.