Prácticas curriculares para alumnos de Universidades Españolas

Información para alumnos interesados en realizar prácticas curriculares en el Grupo de Electrónica Aeroespacial – GranaSAT

El Grupo de Electrónica Aeroespacial de la Universidad de Granada ofrece a los alumnos de universidades españolas que dispongan de prácticas curriculares en su plan de estudios, la posibilidad de realizar una estancia en nuestros laboratorios.

Las prácticas profesionales no remuneradas se ofrecen a los estudiantes motivados de los grados y másteres de Infromática, Electrónica, Telecomunicaciones, Industriales  y Aeroespaciales.

Dependiendo de la universidad de orígen el estudiante debe contactar con el grupo a través de los emails para establecer una propuesta de fechas que encaje en las posibilidades del alumno así como del grupo GranaSAT.

Posteriormente se contacta con la Universidad de orígen para proceder a la publicación de una oferta con la línea de trabajo establecida.

There is an internal regulation for the admission of interns where the requirements and conditions of each type of program are detailed

  • ONLY INTERNSHIP. This option is for students from other universities or education programs who want to participate in an internship or traineeship at the GranaSAT Lab. within the parameters of the University of Granada´s Programmes and Agreements. For this, the student should follow this procedure to get the internship approved.

The GranaSAT Head, Prof. Andrés Roldán (amroldan at  from the Electronics Department will be the tutoring advisor and after the internship, a student performance certificate will be sent.


Luis and Lenna during the DAAD internship in July 2019 installing dual-channel audio cables

Florent Favre and Francisco Lllave in the Trevenque Mountain during a trip in Feb. 2021

After acceptance, you must apply for an Official Authorization to do the traineeship at UGR. To apply, please complete the online form that consists of three steps:

a). Student information and mobility details (to be completed by the student).

b). Confirmation of acceptance from the GranaSAT Lab. of the traineeship (The GranaSAT Head will confirm and complete this). If you complete the application without the prior confirmation of item a)., you might be refused the permission necessary for the traineeship.

c). Validation from the Vice-Rectorate for Internationalization for international students. Here, the proposed terms and conditions of your traineeship will be examined to see if they meet the provisions of the program or agreement. In the case where your application does not meet the provisions of the program, an office assistant will contact you through email to discuss how to fix any problems with the application. When the internship or traineeship is linked to another international program, that is not Erasmus, the Vice-Rectorate for Internationalization will require you or your home university to confirm the requested practice conditions.

Through the approval of the online application, you will receive a letter signed by the University of Granada administration. This letter will establish the basic conditions for the internship or traineeship and these conditions cannot be modified. Your official acceptance will be communicated to the office where you will be working (GranaSAT Lab.).

Upon your arrival to the University of Granada, you should go to the International Relations Office to introduce yourself and verify your authorization. After the verification, we will give you credentials that will provide access to different university services. To get these credentials you must provide::

1. Copy of passport or National Identification Card
2. Copy of medical and travel insurance.
3. When applicable, a copy of the a special insurance certificate (civil liability)
4. If the internship is recognized under the Erasmus Program, include a copy of the Learning Agreements for Traineeships, signed by the people responsible from the home institution and at the UGR.
5. If the internship is not erasmus:

5.1. If there is an agreement with the UGR: include a letter from your home University, signed and stamped, stating that you are or have been a student there indicating the type of agreement with the UGR.

5.2. If there is not an agreement with the UGR: include a letter from your home University, signed and stamped, stating that you are or have been a student there and provide also a copy of the transcript of records from your University.