You will be enrolled at the University of Granada through the School for Postgraduate Studies. Local Academic Coordinator at University of Granada, Prof. Juan Luis Nieves will arrange a meeting upon arrival.
For the enrollment at the University of Granada you need to provide the School for Postgraduate Studies with the following documentation:
For Spanish students:
1) Copy of your Identity Card or Passport
2) Certified copy of your Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
For non-Spanish students:
1) Copy of your passport (or identity card in case of EU students)
(Important: It is advisable to always provide us with the passport unless you are a Spanish National, but not essential; EU identity cards will be accepted as long as they provide us with the main information generally stated on the passport: date and place of birth, sex, place and date of issue, date of expiry, etc.)
2) Certified copy of your Bachelor’s Degree (B.Sc. diploma or equivalent, the same one as the one produced during the application). This bachelor degree certificate has to be attested by the Spanish Embassy or by the Foreign Ministry of the Home Country.
3) Certified official translation of your Bachelor’s Degree (B.Sc. diploma or equivalent) in case your official Bachelor’s Degree is not in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese or English. This bachelor degree certificate has to be attested by the Spanish Embassy or the Embassy of your country in Spain (for this you may need an attestation of the Foreign Ministry of your home country).
4) Certified copy of your transcripts (academic records) and an official translation in case your transcripts are not in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese or English.
6) Letters of acceptance on the COSI Master (general one + the one from your Semester one destination)
7) Certificate and list from the EACEA confirming the Grant if applicable
8) Proof of insurance
NOTE1: If the non-Spanish student comes from a country that has signed “The Hague Accords”, then all the diplomas have to carry the corresponding “Apostille of The Hague Accords”. If the non-Spanish student comes from a country that has NOT signed “The Hague Accords”, then all the diplomas have to carry the seal (or stamp) of the Spanish embassy.
NOTE2: It is preferable to have all official translations done at your Spanish consulate or embassy prior to coming to Europe. Another option is to have all the documents translated here in Spain.
[last update =17/11/2015]