Department of Human Geography of the University of Granada

The UGR was established in 1531, and is composed of more than 50 Departments, 60,000 students, 5,945 of then foreigners, and 1,914 from eramus programme, and 3,500 professors. The University scores high in the international rankings: 247 (Shangai ranking), one of the first ones in Spain. It is very active on the international scene: Erasmus story, ECTS label, Erasmus Mundus, etc. ›The Department of Human Geography offers Bachelor and Master Degrees, the second one shared with the universities of Rovira and Virgili (Tarragona) and Málaga, having mainly online teaching. Also offers a PhD programme shared with the same universities.

The group of researchers of the Department of Human Geography of the University of Granada

make up an expert team on the fundamental themes of the project. Community agrarian policy, its

monetary and employment flows and impacts, territorial imbalances and regional development or

endogenous and rural development. In addition, and due to the relationship of all the members of

the group with the University of Granada, methodological and technical development is linked to

the teaching of these aspects at the graduate and postgraduate levels, both personally and online.

The group offers, in addition, specialization in diverse aspects, from the most contrasted teaching

experience, research or technical capacity in tools such as statistics or geographic information


Simultaneously, many of the members of the team participate in different ways in the research

center Regional Development Institute of Granada, giving all of the above a much more

outstanding international teaching and research dimension.