Universidad de Granada

Spain

Available Courses

The aim of this subject is to provide the students with the tools needed to interact in Spanish with a standard degree of fluency.

The objective of this course is to develop the strategies and tools necessary to understand and communicate in daily situations in the target language.

The basic aim of this course is to offer a general perspective of Spanish literature since its origins until the present. We shall study different periods with different authors with the most important works as well as the most important literature.

This subject offers a general approach to the demographic and socio-economic changes that have taken place in Spanish Society, giving special attention to the last 50 years and the current economic recession.

The aims of the course are to introduce the students to this subject through a historical-artistic approach to the main stylistic languages which define the special characteristics of Spanish art.

In this subject our aim is to offer a general view of the History of Spain. We would study the most important political, economical, social and cultural aspects of Spanish History.

This course aims to explaining and studying in depth the basic points considered the basis of Latin American culture. Cultural aspects of different fields will be covered and interrelated through explanations, articles, and media resources.

This course aims to study and explain the basic points considered to be the basis of Spanish culture. Cultural aspects of different fields will be covered and interrelated, whenever possible. At the same time a thorough and detailed study will be undertaken of the phenomena considered universally to be genuinely Spanish.

The main objective of this subject is to give the students an overall view of the Arab-Islamic world through its history and culture. Thus, the program is divided in five chapters that include Arab-Islamic history from its beginning to the present time, rendering special attention to the Islam as a fundamental religious and cultural phenomenon in Arab history, as well as to the socio-political development of Al-Andalus.

The aim of the course is to give students basic knowledge of the cultural and political interaction between the Arab world and the West during their common history. This course will cover topics such as the long-term impact of the penetration of Europe into the Islamic World, Orientalism, and Occidentalism, Islamic immigration into western societies, the impact of 9-11 and the Iraq war, and the role of oil and the Middle East conflict.

This survey course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive approach to local self sustainable practices, models and cultures in the Mediterranean region. Through revision of bibliographic references and local case studies, students will understand the basics of traditional and innovative local self-sustainable projects in the Mediterranean context.

This subject focuses on the analysis of the factors influencing the Spanish and Latin American economies. The Spanish economic sectors, its most relevant characteristics and the evolution and the economic history of Spain will be examined.

This course is designed to present the current situation and the challenges of the Environmental Policy of the European Union, particularly problems of enforcement due to the different national interests and commitments of EU Member States.

The aim of this course is to teach the basic foundations of contemporary politics and history in Spain while also describing the main elements which constitute the political system of the European Union.

This subject will familiarize the student with the characteristics of the process of internationalization, the market entry strategies into the international markets, the process of selection of the target international markets, the process of segmentation and positioning in the international markets, and the decisions regarding the standardization and adaptation of the international marketing-mix.

This course is for students with a beginner language level. The student will study the world of business, trade and economy from a theoretic and practical point of view. This course is based on three different stages: The world of business, the foundations of the Spanish and Latin American economy and the lexicon.

This course is intended to; on the one hand, offer a generic view of the most important aspects of the Spanish health system and its comparison with other European systems, as well as their institutions and to cover some specific aspects of diseases of interest, in a context of scientific and technical vocabulary. On the other hand, the course also aims to identify what factors, together with the health system, determine the level of health of a population.

The aim is to provide the student with a theoretical-practical knowledge of some aspects of mathematics whose presence in pre-university teaching is usually scarce, null, or of a purely formal approach, but which contribute to improving not only the mathematical culture in general but also the capacity to understand and solve a great diversity of real problems and their conditioning factors.

The objective of this course is to teach the role of civil engineering infrastructures in the transformation and development of territories. A theoretical-practical understanding is provided by studying the history of civil engineering works, as well as through the analysis of the location of the public works in the territory and the impact they have.

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Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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