The Modern Languages Centre (CLM) is one of the leading institutions in Spain for language learning and offers general and intensive Spanish language courses at all levels (A1-C2), language and culture programmes, and Hispanic studies courses. The registration period for the first semester at CLM is open until the 18 October.
The University of Granada recently launched the 2nd edition of its MOOC on the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, which has been developed by 25 academics, researchers, professional practitioners, and mountain experts from the University of Granada, the University of Almería and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
Today Friday 27 September, European Researchers’ Night – an event coordinated by the European Commission – will bring together over 500 researchers from diverse disciplines to celebrate popular science in Granada.
According to data released in the 12th edition of the Ranking of Scientists in Spain—a ranking system developed by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) based on Google Scholar profiles, 233 University of Granada researchers are among the 5,000 most-cited in Spain.
Researchers from the University of Granada have, for the first time, analysed the protective role of resilience in pregnancy, by studying the levels of cortisol present in the expectant mother’s hair, along with her psychological state. This novel approach enables objective analysis of the amount of cortisol—the stress hormone—secreted by the woman in recent months.
The vast majority (97.4%) of players with the Spanish League are unfamiliar with the list of substances banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Furthermore, 95% do not even know what this agency is for.
Almost 40% of the nursing staff working for the Andalusian Health Service (known as SAS) have high levels of psychological burnout—an occupational phenomenon that affects many workers who live in a permanent state of stress and anxiety.
The third edition of the University of Granada’s free and bilingual (Spanish-English) MOOC on the poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, offered by AbiertaUGR, will commence on Wednesday 23 September.
Scientists from the University of Granada are participating in an international study conducted by the CARMENES research consortium, which has discovered two small Earth-like planets near Teegarden’s Star.
This academic year, more than 2,600 new international students from over 70 countries will complete studies at the UGR, thanks to the our active participation in an extensive range of international mobility programmes.