The University of Granada features in the international press more than any other Andalusian university, according to a comprehensive study published by the International University of La Rioja.
Within the framework of European Maker Week, UGR-MediaLab, the Faculty of Fine Arts and the Albayzín Centre will come together on the 25 May 2018 for Maker Day Granada, raising awareness about the importance and potential of this pan-European initiative for the city of Granada.
The 2018 spring edition of the Granada Ecocampus programme, a pioneering educational and environmental initiative that takes place throughout Andalusian universities every year, kicked off on 5 May and will run until 10 May at the University of Granada.
The University of Granada is pleased to announce that its 11th International Staff Training Week, an Erasmus+ Programme initiative, will be held from 7 to 11 May 2018. The five-day programme includes plenary sessions, round tables, workshops, guided tours and social events. Over 50 higher education professionals from 40 EU and non-EU Partner Countries will attend this semester’s Staff Training Week
The University of Granada will hold a highly practical workshop on the 26 April, entitled ‘Strategies for Professional Integration in the EU’, which will examine key topics in the areas of job seeking, employability, and professional integration in the Europe Union and EU bodies.
The international seminar “Beyond mobility: internationalization at the UGR today”, which will be held from 23rd to 25th April 2018, is intended to serve the dual purpose of offering the university at large the opportunity to hear and exchange views with the five international experts who make up our International Advisory Board, and of offering the Board a showcase of some of the University’s current initiatives in internationalization.
The Melilla Campus of the University of Granada in North Africa will host the first of three intensive programmes to be developed within the framework of the 3Economy+ project. The first programme will take place from 4 to 9 July and will bring together participants from Spain, Malta and Portugal.
The International Day for Monuments and Sites (also known as World Heritage Day) is celebrated annually across the globe on 18 April, with a view to fostering awareness about humanity’s immensely vast and diverse cultural heritage.
The seminar on Political Islam in Europe, which will be held from 23 to 27 April 2018, is part of a cycle of seminars organised by the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies through its Chair in Studies of Islamic Civilisation and Renewal of Religious Thought.
The 9th Conference on International Policy and Security: Strategic trends in the Southern Mediterranean – Horizon 2040, will be held at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology of the UGR on 19, 20 and 27 April.