The University of Granada is located in the Andalucia region of southern Spain and enrols approximately 80,000 students. Granada has a privileged geography, located halfway between the sea and the mountain: 40 minutes from the Mediterranean coast with tropical climate and 30 minutes from the ski resort of Sierra Nevada. It is also one of the cheapest yet culturally rich cities in Spain to live. The university is made up of 22 faculties and 116 departments, spread over 5 different campuses; Centro, GCartuja, Fuentenueva, Aynadamar and Ciencias de la Salud). 2 more campuses are located in the cities of Ceuta and Melila, two Spanish territories in Northern Africa, making it the only European university split over two continents.
Location: Granada, Spain
City Population: 237,929
University Population: 88,000
Climate: The climate in Granada is extremely sunny and warm with mild winter and hot summers.
Nearest airport: Granada Airport