The university also has campuses in Ceuta and Melilla. Founded in 1531 by Emperor Charles V, has over 480 years of history and it is one of the oldest and most traditional universities in Spain. The University of Granada is the fourth largest Spanish university.
According to several rankings, the University of Granada is ranked among the top ten best Spanish universities and holds first place in Translation and Interpreting Studies.
The university has an important heritage, through its policy of using buildings of historical and cultural value. The Madrasah of Granada represents one such example. Similarly, the university has major new facilities committed to innovation, such as the Parque Tecnológico de Ciencias de la Salud.
Every year, over 2,000 European students enroll in the UGR through the Erasmus Programme, making it the most popular destination. The university’s Center for Modern Languages (CLM) receives over 10,000 international students each year.
University of Granada research articles from Innovation Toronto
- Scientists design an imaging system capable of obtaining 12 times more information than the human eye – October 6, 2014
- Researchers analyse 15m scientific articles to design the most comprehensive ‘world map of research’ yet – June 7, 2014
- Artificial magnetic bacteria “turn” food into natural drugs – May 13, 2014
- Scientists Have Been Able To Grow Artificial Skin Using Stem Cells from the Umbilical Cord
- Telerehabilitation Allows Accurate Assessment of Patients with Low Back Pain
- A new material has been patented, using doped carbon, allowing fuels to be produced while, at the same time, reducing CO2 emissions
- Spanish Scientists develop a Pioneering Technique to Effectively Treat Mucositis
- An Intelligent System Helps Elderly Or Memory-impaired To Remember Everyday Tasks
- Computer ‘Trained’ to Classify Pictures and Videos Based on Elements