University Comes to La Alpujarra

Talking of classes, the University of Granada has moved to the Alpujarra. Well, they haven’t actually slapped some wheels on it and trundled it along to Órgiva, but have provided university courses for people over fifty, thanks to an agreement struck between the University of Granada and the Órgiva Town Hall.
University Rector, Francisco González Lodeiros’ – or Frank the Wreck-tour to his mates – announcement was received with hearty applause by the locals of Órgiva. The Mayoress of Órgiva confirmed that the open university courses would begin at the Aula Permanente de Formación Abierta.
The university courses are planned to last three years and at the end of which students will receive a non-conventional but academic title… so there!

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