The University of Granada recently launched an innovative development cooperation programme with the University of Lomé (Togo). The programme, conceived and drawn up by the UGR’s Centre for Development Cooperation Initiatives (CICODE), has been approved for funding by the Andalusian Agency for International Development Cooperation (AACID). A delegation from the Togolese University recently visited the UGR in order to gain a deeper understanding of how mobility programmes are managed at our University.
The 5th ReUSO International Conference on the documentation, conservation and restoration of architectural heritage and landscape protection will involve the participation of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, the University of Florence, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Pavia.
UGR researchers have provided the international scientific community with a major geophysical database compiled from experiments conducted in the Antarctic
The 3economy+ Project was presented on Tuesday 3 October at the University of Granada’s Melilla Campus.
On Thursday 5 October, the Rector of the University of Granada, Prof. Pilar Aranda, and the Vice-Rector for Student Services and Employability, Dr. José Antonio Naranjo, will launch the 2017-2018 UGR Induction Days and the 6th International Days, which will take place jointly on the Fuentenueva Campus on the 5 and 6 of October.
Located in the Vth Centenary Building, the “Breaker” Centre is set to become the hub for startups set up by members of the UGR community.
The 3 Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) challenges doctoral candidates to present their thesis topic and results in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide. The UGR’s three Doctoral Schools have organised the competition for the second year running.
All ten public Andalusian universities, including the University of Granada, participated as exhibitors at the 29th Annual European Association for International Education (EAIA) Conference and Exhibition that took place from 12–15 September 2017 at the FIBES Centre in Seville.
The University of Granada is pleased to announce that the Higher Education Lecturing Accreditation (HELA) exam, which is aimed at lecturers who teach in English or other foreign languages, will now be available to academic staff at our institution. The HELA test is offered at no cost to UGR academic staff, providing them with the opportunity to accredit their language competencies for the purpose of teaching in a foreign language.
The International Welcome Centre (IWC) is among a handful of its kind in Spain and Europe, catering directly to the needs of international doctoral candidates, researchers, postdocs and visiting staff - before, during and after their mobility period at the University of Granada (UGR).