Second application period for UGR master’s degrees now open (15 June – 16 July)

Tue, 06/16/2020 - 11:29
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The second application period for UGR master’s degrees is now open and will run from 15 June to 16 July 2020. In the 2020-2021 academic year, the University of Granada will offer over 100 master’s degrees, including 7 fully online degrees, 10 blended learning programmes, 9 international double degrees, 4 Erasmus Mundus programmes, 5 bilingual programmes (Spanish-English) and 3 taught completely in English.

All official master's degrees at the University of Granada have been adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and comprise a minimum of 60 ECTS credits, equivalent to one academic year.

Why choose the UGR?

A high-ranking university

The 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) places the UGR as the number 1 University in the south of Spain and as the fourth-highest ranked institution at the national level, with 3 subjects among the global top 50 and 5 among the global top 100.

An extensive range of programmes

The UGR offers over 100 master’s degrees in face-to-face, online, and blended learning modalities. All of these programmes are adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). If you wish to continue researching after your master’s degree, the UGR also offers 28 internationally recognised doctoral programmes.

A truly international experience

The UGR is the most popular global destination among European exchange students (Erasmus+) and the European leader in figures of both incoming and outgoing Erasmus students. Approximately 23% of our postgraduate students are international.

World-class research

The UGR is internationally renowned for its excellence in diverse research fields, such as ICT (global top 50), health sciences, mathematics, cultural heritage, psychology, and linguistics. In 2019-2020, the UGR set a new record, with 35 academic subjects taught at our institution featuring in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Career prospects

Most UGR master’s degrees include internships in companies, NGOs and other organisations, ensuring you acquire the leadership, communication, and teamwork skills needed to progress in today’s globalised labour market. Moreover, you can request a European Diploma Supplement (DS) to accompany your degree diploma, further enhancing the recognition of your qualification abroad.

Language learning opportunities

As a UGR student, you can learn Spanish and a wide range of other languages alongside 10,000 local and international peers who enrol every year on courses offered by the UGR’s Modern Languages Centre, Confucius Institute (Chinese), and “Russkiy Mir” Russian Centre.

An unbeatable location

Granada, a safe modern city, has an outstanding location just 40 minutes from the Mediterranean Coast with its tropical climate, and 30 minutes from the Sierra Nevada ski resort. The world-renowned Alhambra and Generalife palaces, which form the backdrop of Granada’s cityscape, are widely regarded as being among the most outstanding examples of Islamic architecture in the world. The city also offers extensive cultural activities, including festivals of flamenco, jazz, tango, theatre, poetry, magic, music, and dance.

Top-class facilities

The UGR offers top-quality services for students and staff, covering all aspects of university life (19 excellent libraries, high-speed Wi-Fi, refectories serving fresh food, disability services, sports activities and much more).

How to apply

If you are interested in completing a master’s degree at the University of Granada, please visit the Master’s Degrees section of this website (link also provided below), where you can find information on the following topics:

- Why the UGR?

- Programme catalogue

- Applications and admissions (entry requirements, application period, how to apply and enrol)

- Fees

- Academic calendar

- European Diploma Supplement

- Contact information and student guide