University of Granada: Granada - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The University of Granada is a public university located in the city of Granada that enrolls approximately 80,000 students, thereby becoming the fourth largest university in Spain. The University of Granada ( UGR ) is an institution That is open t... read more

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I learned so much about myself and how independent I can be. It was worthwhile in the sense that I now feel comfortable with my Spanish and I know I can handle a lot, but I wish it would have been more of the mind-blowing experience everyone always talks about. - University of New Mexico View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Granada: Granada - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Going to Granada, Spain was definitely worthwhile. It is, hands down, the greatest decision I have ever made in my life. I learned to live on my own and to live with people outside of my family. I met and lived with Europeans who had different customs and it was fun to share my experiences with them. Additionally, I learned a di... - San Jose State University View Entire Review
I've always thought of my self as well-cultured, but it wasn't until i studied abroad that i truly understood what it meant to broaden my horizons. I became very close with my host family. I do plan on visiting Granada many times in the future. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
Going abroad was one of the best experiences of my life. I got to experience an entirely different culture as more than just a tourist. I actually lived there and created a life for myself. The people, the city, the tapas, and the overall atmosphere were so pleasant, sophisticated and so entirely un-American! I loved it. - University of California - Los Angeles View Entire Review
culture, time in the city, learning about the people - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
It was the best experience of my life. - University of Connecticut View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Granada - Universidad de Granada
Yes, I can honestly say it was the best decision I have made thus far in my life. I went back to Europe a month ago to visit my boyfriend in France and I just was so happy. I really enjoy Europe and am looking forward to returning in the future. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
When I first decided that I wanted to study abroad I had many concerns and fears of being far away from home and in a completely new and foreign country. I convinced my parents into letting me go even before I fully convinced myself. I had my doubts about going to a Spanish speaking country and being in a very different country ... - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I would do it again in a heartbeat! - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I loved studying abroad however there were things that ISU needs to fix from there end as I mentioned above. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I did not like our program and did not think my money was put to good use with IOSP. I would have rathered paid more money for a decent program that took us to different places and helped us with any problems than being left to venture on our own without help. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I am more self-aware and confident. After this trip, it was hard for me to point out the specific lessons I learned from it. However, as I am immersing myself in 'real life', I can feel my improvement in patience and people skills. I am more respectful towards myself. I try not to be petty and waste my time on things that are no... - University of New Mexico View Entire Review
I not only learned a new language, but i also learned so much more valuable information about Europe and history. I also think I learned more about myself in the process. - Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Granada - Universidad de Granada
I learned to be more culturally aware, to be more responsible, a new sense of independence, and a new curiousity for travel. I plan on going a more trips and going abroad many more times in my future. - Western Carolina University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was definitely worhtwhile. I learned a lot about the culture of Southern Spain and really grew as an indiidual. I am a more well rounded person after studying abroud and my mind is more open to new possibilties and experiences. - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
Absolutely worth it, and great program. - University of California - Santa Barbara View Entire Review
Absolutely! - Millersville University of Pennsylvania View Entire Review
It was a great experience! - Sacred Heart Major Seminary View Entire Review
I think I became way more comfortable with myself. I have never been good at new situations or changes and after this experience, I have definitely grown in this area of my personality. I have such a greater appreciation and understanding for the world. I don't think anyone can really understand anything outside of their coun... - Illinois State University View Entire Review
yes - Illinois State University View Entire Review
yes, met many people had good experiences - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I learned much about myself and got a global perspective that I continue to share with my loved ones. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I am a completely new and better person from this experience. I am now open to so many more things and feel I have a new look on life. As before, I still plan on teaching but with a BA in Spanish from this year abroad I have the option to teach in a duel immersion course . I now plan on teaching abroad in South America. - California State University - Long Beach View Entire Review

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The University of Granada is a public university located in the city of Granada that enrolls approximately 80,000 students, thereby becoming the fourth largest university in Spain.
The University of Granada ( UGR ) is an institution That is open to the world in every aspect: studies, teaching, research, university management and co-operation. The UGR has a long tradition of international academic collaboration, Which, today, has Become a firm conviction even to go into every area of Further internationalization, forming part of any initiative That will Enhance the UGR 's international standing.

In fact, the UGR is one of Europe's top-ranking International Universities, coming first in many international mobility statistics. Every year, the UGR offers over 4,000 international mobility places for undergraduate and postgraduate studies-through the different Programmes Launched During the academic year: mainly LLP / Erasmus, UGR Exchange Programme and Erasmus Mundus (without forgetting our specific training and summer courses). All in Original Initiatives place the UGR at the head of Europe as regards student mobility. Not in vain, we are the HE institution MOST That Receives Erasmus students (over 2,150) and send (more than 2,100) in Europe, and we where Erasmus Awarded the Gold Star in 2007.

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