University of Granada
The origin of the University of Granada can be traced back to the 14th century. With a history of over 700 years, the university has influenced the social and cultural environment of Spain, becoming one of the country’s major intellectual centers. The university has an enrollment of over 50,000 students, including 5,600 international students. Founded in 1992, the Centro de Lenguas Modernas (CLM) is made up of two sections; one provides Spanish courses for foreign students and the other offers foreign language courses for Spanish speakers. This unique setting makes the CLM the only center in Spain where international students share a campus with Spanish students who are interested in other languages and cultures.