Study Abroad in Granada, Spain
Currently there are no programs open for application in Granada, Spain.
Studying abroad in Granada, Spain offers an unique experience you will remember for the rest of your life. Select Granada as your study abroad destination and you are in for an amazing experience abroad in a traditional Spanish city. GSE provides summer programs, semester programs, and academic year programs in Granada at the University of Granada.
GSE study abroad programs in Granada focus on Spanish language and culture study and are open to students of any ability, from beginner to nearly fluent. In addition to your university enrollment, all GSE study abroad programs in Granada also include housing in apartments, excursions to places like the Spanish capital of Madrid and/or Sevilla, health insurance (mandatory enrollment for an additional fee), cultural events, cell phone, onsite director and much more. Study abroad in Granada with GSE and you are sure to make memories and friends that will last a lifetime, while at the same time earning college credit as you study Spanish in Spain.
University of Granada
“I would definitely recommend this program to anyone wanting to study abroad. The program was a decent price, the housing was great, the excursions were fun, and the Onsite Program Director was simply amazing!”
University of Kentucky
|Program Includes: |
| Superior Student Support|
| Experienced Student Advising|
| Centrally Located Student Apartments|
| Tuition, Course Enrollment, and an Official Transcript from the University of Granada |
| University Services|
| Cultural Immersion Events|
| Mobile Phones|
| Extensive Pre-departure Information|
| Onsite Program Director|
| Arrival Orientation|
| Comprehensive Health and Medical Insurance (mandatory enrollment for an additional fee)|
Home to the awe-inspiring Alhambra, Granada combines the allure of vibrant city life with a unique perspective of Spanish history and culture. Granada is situated in the autonomous region of Spain known as Andalucia, at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This Spanish gem has been inhabited since the beginning of civilization in Spain and is an important site for Muslim, Jewish, and Christian legacies. Granada is also known for its bustling nightlife and easy tourist access to various southern Spanish cities, to Portugal, and to Morocco in Northern Africa. Just 30 minutes from the Mediterranean coast, Granada is known as one of the three best Spanish cities for college students and promises an enriching study abroad experience.
|Granada City Statistics|
||236,000 (city); 450,000 (metropolitan area)|
||GMT 1 (9 hours ahead of Pacific Standard Time).|
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||220 volts AC, 50Hz; round two-pin plugs are standard.|