Granada is a city of stunning beauty, with a Moorish legacy that can still be strongly felt as one ambles through its ancient streets, particularly those found in its oldest quarter, the Albaicín. The artistic wealth of the city, combined with its vast cultural heritage, has inspired renowned poets, playwrights and musicians throughout the centuries.
Brown offers students three unique programs at the University of Granada. Regardless of whether you are a native Spanish speaker or have just learned a few basic words, Granada can meet your needs.
Program Tracks in Granada
Translation and Interpretation: Students with exceptional Spanish language skills directly enroll in a semester program of study at the University of Granada's Faculty of Translation and Interpretation. This track prepares students for careers that require significant exposure to a second language.
Intensive Language and Hispanic Studies: Students with beginning to intermediate levels of Spanish language proficiency take a full load of courses at the University of Granada's Center for Modern Languages (CLM).