Incoming students

Welcome to the Faculty of Education, Economy, and Technology of Ceuta (FEETCE) at the University of Granada in Ceuta Campus

We're thrilled to welcome you to our international community at FEETCE. As you embark on this academic adventure, you'll discover a vibrant blend of education, economy, and technology within our faculty.


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Nestled on the northern coast of Africa, Ceuta is a captivating city that seamlessly blends Spanish and Moorish influences. Its rich history and cultural diversity make it an extraordinary backdrop for your studies.

Throughout your time here, not only will you engage in academic pursuits at FEET, but you'll also have the opportunity to explore the charm and beauty of Ceuta. From historic landmarks to the stunning coastline, there's much to discover in this welcoming city.

We look forward to being part of your educational journey and ensuring that your experience at FEET and in Ceuta is both enriching and memorable.

Keep in mind!

  • Ceuta is a Spanish city on the northern coast of Africa, different from Granada. Explore the beauty and uniqueness of this remarkable location. Link here
  • The language of instruction of most courses offered at our faculty is mainly Spanish, although some courses and field practices can be offered in English, as well as tutorials. Please check this info here.
  • Both your home university and ours must have a valid agreement, and your home university must nominate you before your mobility and must have registered in our system. Application procedures: here
  • We recommend you to join the "Buddy Programme". Under this programme, some Spanish students will help you before and during your mobility (finding accommodation, giving recommendations, etc.).

The Faculty of Education, Economics and Technology of the University of Granada in Ceuta Campus offers 5 undergraduate degrees. Information in English about our degrees and courses can be found here:


The language of instruction and assessment for all programmes in the Faculty of Education, Economics and Technology is Spanish (with the exception of some courses and internships offered in English). A B1 level of Spanish is recommended, although we will supervise students in English, if required.

More info about online courses in Spanish, here.


Home University nominates officially their Erasmus selected students by sending an email to @email with the following information:

  • Name of the nominated student:
  • Surname:
  • Gender:
  • ID number (national Identity Card or passport):
  • E-mail:
  • Period of stay (First term, second term or whole academic year):
  • Current studies at the home institution:
  • Home institution Erasmus Code:

Nomination of students is a decentralized procedure: each partner is kindly asked to send the nomination to the Faculty with whom the Bilateral Agreement has been signed.  It is not necessary to send any document (just a nomination e-mail) as all the important data will be saved through the registration form. 

Deadlines for nomination:

  • First term and whole academic year students: 15th of May 2024
  • Second term students: 31st of October 2024


Each nominated student must fill in the online registration form:

Registration is a centralised procedure with our UGR international central office and all Erasmus students should do it. Please consider asking for mentor in the buddy programme. More information about the online form and how to fill in can be found here:  

Deadlines for incoming online registration:

  • First term and whole academic year students: 1st April to 15th of May 2024
  • Second term students: 1st to 31st of October 2024


Learning Agreements can be sent by the student by e-mail (@email) and we will return it signed and stamped. (We aren’t still adapted to OLA through EWP).


We take special care of our students, particularly if they have special needs. The Faculty has a psycho-pedagocal counselling service run by Prof. José Antonio Liébana.

More information about Special Needs at the UGR, here.

About accommodation, it is a bit hard sometimes to find accommodation in Ceuta due to its reduced extension. There is a dormitory in the campus managed by an external company called Clece. You can contact Turia Mohamed (@email) for checking availability and reservations as soon as possible. More information


How to get to Ceuta


About the trip to Ceuta, I do recommend you to take the airplane to Malaga. From Málaga airport, you have two options:

OPTION A (in pink in the map):

  1. you can take a direct bus from the Airport to Algeciras or go to Málaga main bus station (called Estación María Zambrano) in the city center by tram leaving from the airport every 20 min approx. and lasting 10 min. There you can find more buses to Algeciras than in the airport.
  2. From Algeciras, you will need to take the Ferry to Ceuta. Three companies offer this trip (different timetables, check the one that suits you): 
  1. We recommend you to contact the ABC travel agency as they have some discounts for the ferry for the students of the faculty. Contact: 

OPTION B (in yellow in the map):

There is also the possibility to fly from Malaga airport to Ceuta by helicopter. The company name is Helity and there are some non-resident offers. However this option is more expensive, but quicker (just 20 minutes in a lovely flight). There is a return ticket special discount for non-residents at

The official email address for any query is

Other informal communication channels are: