The University of Almeria is a public university, which was created in 1993. It is situated in Almeria, Spain - on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the school has more than 12000 students, 600 of which pursue doctorate degrees. It is composed of seven faculties: Education Science College; Faculty of Health Sciences; Economics and Business Studies College; Experimental Science College; College of Law; College of Humanities; College of Psychology, a School of Engineering, and a Labour Relations School, which is an affiliated center.
UAL participates in various mobility programs,... See full description.
The University of Granada (UGR) is a public university, situated in Granada, Spain, which has been educating students for more than five hundred years (its origins go back to 1531). The two other centers of the institution are located in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The UGR houses 17 faculties, over one hundred departments, and more than ten university institutes responsible for teaching, research, and development and innovation. The school has been known as an extremely popular destination for international students since 1992, when it established its Center for Modern Languages.... See full description.
The University of Jaén is a relatively young public university, located in Jaén, Andalucía, Spain. It was established in 1993, and currently has two additional satellite campuses in Linares and Ubeda. The degrees offered are more than 40 by number, and cover the areas of Humanities and Education, Experimental Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, and Engineering. They are organized into seven faculties, being available both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Furthermore, everyone has the option to pursue a combined degree, while international students are provided... See full description.