The University of Granada is a public comprehensive research university founded in 1531.
The University of Granada has five urban campuses in the city of Granada, including the state-of-the-art Health Sciences Technology Park which uniquely combines teaching, research, knowledge transfer and healthcare; campuses in the two Spanish enclaves on the north coast of Africa, Ceuta and Melilla, and a virtual campus.
This situation reinforces our role as a bridge between Europe and North Africa, and also with Latin America, with which we have strong historical and cultural ties. Respect for the dignity of individuals, freedom of thought and expression, justice, equality, solidarity and eradication of discrimination are among the core values of the University of Granada.
As such, it is committed to widening access, inclusion and equality, and to working towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.