The University of Granada, also known as UGR, was built in 1531 by the order of the Emperor Charles V. Granada is a beautiful city witness of the history of Spain, being influenced by the Iberian, Roman and later Jewish and Islamic cultures. The University has honored it roots which can be traced back to the madrasahs of the last Nasrid Kingdom. All of these different cultures had made of Granada and its University a city open to cultures, beliefs, art, and people. It is without a doubt one of the best places to study History and Archeology.Show more
The academic content of the master has been very interesting to me and I think I have learned a lot.
Coordination I think it can improve since in the subjects taught by more than one teacher I have identified a lack of coherence.
In relation to the practices, several problems have arisen since, when working with the juvenile protection or penal system, on several occasions it has taken more than the appropriate period to accept the practices. Also the list of centers that were offered last year, at which point I had to choose, this year they were not offered.
However, the content of the master seems very good to me.
An interesting, hard but rewarding experience. I did a five-year bachelor’s degree. It was a good time of relationship with colleagues. Very good atmosphere with the teachers. Since I started studying I was doing work and practice. That was very good.View more
It is a well-known and historical university, but its facilities and methods are old and outdated. Teachers do not innovate or try to find ways to motivate students, many of them clearly do not like teaching.View more
Despite the fact that the coordination between the people who are directing the master that I studied this year and last, the curriculum of the master’s degree in Criminality and social intervention with minors is very interesting and complements the previous studies very well.View more
Considering that my main goal was to pursue this postgraduate degree in order to advance my career as a researcher, the plan that the University of Granada is among the most interesting in Spain. Having a wide range of professors from different universities in Spain, and even China and the USA, the degree provides an interesting background to continue researching. The facilities provided by the University were acceptable and the schedule was demanding yet clear, particularly knowing that many professors are not residing in Granada for most of the year. Communication with most of the faculty was fluid and there was a high level of implication by many professors. At the same time, many of the students of this M.A. come from China which gives way to an interesting intercultural dialogue in and outside the classroom. Although many things could be improved, especially the curriculum, which has to be revised after a decade, I think that this M.A. provides a good experience for those with some experience in the field to further develop their projects. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t recommend this program to people who were interested in acquiring a high level of command of the languages imparted, since the faculty knows that due to a variety of backgrounds they cannot force a highly proficient level in demanding languages such as Chinese and Japanese.View more
It is a university which displays a wide multiplicity of leisure and learning activities, the different faculties are very well organized, it is a university with a lot of history. in a city where the university environment that characterizes it breathes,View more
In my opinion it is a good university and in my class there is a very good atmosphere. In addition my faculty is new and has good libraries. But sometimes it can be very demanding, you have to spend many hours and it is still difficult.View more
It is a university where there is a very good atmosphere of study, also people are very nice and that helps you find places where there is fun as well as a serious field of study. Also say that the service offered by the university to questions or problems is quite good and the academic level they offer, especially in scientific careers is quite good.View more
I got in touch with the university within the Erasmus program at the doctoral level. As I have found, the tuition fee here is € 77 per year. The University is distinguished by its modern space. Here is a good environment for students and researchers. Besides, they have English-speaking professors, who are always ready to help you with your research, consult good journals, and give you practical advice to become a good researcher.View more
I think the UGR could be overall rated as good. The quality obviously depends on the degree you’re studying and on the teachers you have. In terms of paperwork, the process is considerably clear. However, I think that it’s not the University itself, but the atmosphere of the city that makes it so great to study in Granada. Some lectures will be better than others, but university life there is definitely one of the best you can get to experience.View more