The University of Granada (UGR) was founded in 1531 by Emperor Charles V. Today, it enrolls more than 60,000 students in five campuses. It offers 70 Bachelor's, 63 internal, 103 Master's and 27 PhD programmes. It holds mobility agreements with 729 higher education institutions, and it is the most popular Erasmus destination in Europe.
UGR is acknowledged as one of the top universities in Spain (2nd in Shanghai 2016). The university's 3,500-strong teaching and research staff are engaged in 495 research projects. One of them is QINV, the organiser of ICIQ3.
The Granada Faculty of Translation and Interpreting is one of the oldest and most prestigious in southern Europe. Its academic programme includes a Master's Degree in Conference Interpreting in Arabic, English, French, German and Spanish. The courses offered in Granada rank among the most reputable of its kind in Spain (1st in El Mundo 2016) and in the Spanish-speaking world.