The University of Granada, almost five times centenary, since its founding in 1531, has been growing in close symbiosis with society, to become today a reference for the quality of its teaching and research and for its university extension activities with special emphasis in cooperation and development actions.

The different campuses, scattered throughout the geography of the city, to which the heritage and historical buildings scattered in the most unique neighborhoods of Granada are attached, give it vitality. In addition, the University has centers located in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla that, decisively, complete the varied panorama of the University.

The institution unites the rich experience of its long tradition with the dynamism and youth of its almost 60,000 undergraduate students, who join with those who study postgraduate and complementary education and raise the number to 80,000 students.