Study Abroad in Granada, Spain

Academics - January Term 2020

University of Granada

Founded by Emperor Charles V in 1531, the University of Granada is one of the most prestigious universities in Spain with over 70,000 students.

Students attend class at the University of Granadaís Centro de Lenguas Modernas. The University has dedicated this center to the teaching of Spanish Language and Culture to foreign students, and to their integration into Spanish society. The Centro has two historic buildings with beautiful courtyards which are totally renovated and equipped with modern classrooms, audio-visual equipment, email facilities and a library. Small groups are the norm and all professors are native Spaniards.

Academic Overview

Earn 3 credits studying Spanish and Islamic Culture and Civilization.

Admissions Requirements Open to high school graduates, college freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors with a minimum 2.0 GPA.

Attendance is required to receive full credit. Students exceeding the permitted numbers of unexcused absences may lose all or partial credit.

Credit Hours are in parentheses. 3 semester credits are recommended for this program consisting of formal classroom classwork and field trips.

Grades No AIFS participant is permitted to take a course without receiving a grade. Pass/Fail grade options are not available.

Transcripts are issued by the University of Granada. On completion of the program an official copy of the transcript will be sent to your home institution.

The University of Granada awards ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits. The number of class hours and ECTS credits will be shown on the transcript to allow each studentís home institution the ultimate decision in the awarding of U.S. credit. Recommended U.S. semester credits shown next to the course description is based on 15 classroom hours per semester credit and is not a conversion of ECTS credits. Students should consult with their university advisors in the U.S. prior to participating in the program to have course credit pre-approved and ensure that they are taking the appropriate amount of credits.

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