University of Granada (Universidad de Granada) was founded in 1531 and is located in a unique location – close to the Sierra Nevada, an excellent ski resort, and the Mediterranean coast, with many tourist attractions, including Motril, Almunecar and Salobrena.

Granada has four university campuses, as well as the Campus Centro, which brings together all the centres located in the historic part of the city. The University of Granada’s policy on the use of buildings of historical and cultural value has enriched its heritage, as well as helping to restore and maintain these buildings. In addition, the emphasis on more traditional elements, such as the Medical Science Park, which is still improving, demonstrates our commitment to innovation by fostering collaboration between biomedical technology companies and maintaining high quality healthcare and biomedical knowledge.

  • The exchange takes place in any discipline, provided that the courses plan in the Host University correspond to Igor Sikorski University.
  • For Ph.D. students, a pre-admission letter from a potential scientific leader from the University of Granada is obligatory. A sample of the letter of the pre-admission letter is presented via this link.
  • The sum of travel expenses is not based on the price of the ticket itself but is calculated according to the distance from the home to the host university with the calculator.
  • The program does not cover insurance costs, It is paid separately by each participant!

In the 2020/2021 academic year, the following will be able to take part in the mobility project:

Category Number Type of activity Duration Language proficiency level (English) Scholarship Travel expenses*
Ph.D. students 1 studying 3 month В2 800€ ±

Funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union