Why in Granada?

UGR has a clear international vocation and run cutting-edge research. UGR is located in an enchanting and inexpensive city.

MEIM is totally taught in English by high-qualified faculty and has low tuition fees (around 1,800 euros)

Ten reasons to study this master


Academic Reasons

MEIM is hosted by leading departments of Economics, Management and Econometrics in Southern Europe.

The Departments of Economics (Theory and History), Econometrics and Management at the UGR undertake high level academic activities:

  • Publications in leading journals
  • Development of research projects
  • Hosting visiting professors
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Publications of 2 research papers series

Why University of Granada (UGR)?

Economic Reasons

The master requires 60 ECTS credits for completion. In the 2016/2017 academic course, tuition was around 1800 Euros (29,57 euros / credit).

Prices are yearly updated at http://escuelaposgrado.ugr.es/pages/masteres_oficiales/calendario_precios_publicos

If you were to be accepted in the Double Master with SRH (Gremany) or with IBS (France), you will have to pay 52 ECTS during the first year and 8 ECTS in the second one. During the second year of the double master, students benefit from an Erasmus Grant (around 4.500 euros for the course).

Living and transportation costs are quite inexpensive compared with most cities in Spain.

For more information about studying in Granada: http://www.ugr.university/ and http://studyingranada.ugr.es/

For specific information about housing, please visit http://estudiantes.ugr.es/alojamiento2/#

Financial support

Our program does not provide financial support.

Some financial aid is available from the UGR at http://ve.ugr.es/pages/becas/index

Applicants from eligible countries can apply for financial support by Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID) at https://www.aecid.gob.es/es-es/Paginas/default.aspx

Other outside financial assistance is available from both public and private sources. Examples include the European Union (Erasmus Windows), the Spanish Ministry of Education, etc.