WANS representatives at University of Granada

Our representatives are currently at the University of Granada, where the Staff International Week organised by the university there is taking place as part of the Erasmus+ programme. Dr Dorota Sokołowska, Professor WANS, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and International Cooperation at WANS met with Professor Inmaculada Marrero Rocha, Vice-Chancellor for International Cooperation at the University of Granada. The subject of discussion was the cooperation agreements between all three faculties of our university and the University of Granada. We hope that, thanks to the steps we are taking, in a few months’ time WANS students will be able to go to another Spanish university.

The University of Granada is a public university located in the city of Granada in Spain. It was founded in 1531. It currently has more than 60,000 students. It is the fourth largest university in Spain. In addition to the city of Granada, the university also has campuses in Ceuta and Melilla. The Modern Languages Centre, which operates at the university, welcomes more than 10,000 international students each year. In 2014. UGR the university was voted the best Spanish university by international students. The institution excels in various fields, from classics to modern languages and computer science. It was recognised as the second best university in Spain and one of the most important among European ancient universities.

Published on

25 May 2024 r.

WANS representatives at University of Granada