How many hours of golf I will have per week?
The hours dedicated to golf training depends on the program:
- College program: from 15h to 25h per week, depending also on the workload of the degree (some are more time demanding than others), the player, the momentum of the semester, etc.
- GAP Year Program: from 25h to 30h per week. The academic workload is lower than in the college program and therefore you are expected to work harder in your golf.
This time includes training sessions in the driving range and short game areas, practice rounds, technology sessions, match play and intramural league, external competitions, fitness & conditioning, mental sessions & strategy sessions, planning, fundamentals sessions, stats tracking, etc.
What Handicap do I need to join UGPM?
We do not have a specific handicap requirement as our selection process considers not only the golf level but also the academic level and personal factors. However, you will need to play to a reasonable level (single digit) and more importantly have the drive and ambition to work hard to improve. Remember, you will be spending between 1 to 4 years working on your game! We care more about what your level is when you complete your stage at UGPM.
Do I need to know Spanish language to take part in UGPM golf training?
UGPM training is designed to integrate international players into the Spanish language and culture. Despite the fact that the golf and physical training are mainly given in Spanish, all our instructors and team members speak English.
Do I need a car while I'm UGPM program?
You don’t need a car. UGPM take care of the daily transport of the students-players. However, some of our senior players have their own car but we do not recommend this for freshman players.
What can I study at UGPM program?
What are the academic requirements?
The academic requirements will vary depending on the program chosen. In general, for all the programs, you will need to have completed your secondary education. Please contact us at UGPM email@example.com to have more information.
Is Malaga University plan accord to Bologna Agreement?
Yes, it follows the Bologna method including ECTS credits and Erasmus.
Are there any recognized exams /qualification regarding a minimum Spanish level?
Yes, our students get prepared for the DELE test (Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language, the official diploma issued by the Spanish Institute Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education indicating the Spanish language proficiency). It takes place in May and depending on the level of the students. The university program will require the Intermediate or Advance level.
How many hours of study per week are required in an GAP Program?
On average, students dedicate around 20 hours a week to their studies, including lessons.
How old do I need to be to be accepted in UGPM?
When can I apply to the program?
Can I schedule a visit?
Where the formal interview takes place?
How is the academic calendar at UGPM?
Does UGPM offer scholarships?
To be eligible there is a minimum HDP required:
- Female: 3 or better.
- Male: scratch or better.
MALAGA AND ACCOMMODATION
Does UGPM offer accommodation?
Yes. UGPM students has the opportunity to stay in the program residences, near the college campus, with individual rooms. The residences are equipped with all the necessary facilities:
- 7 days a week full boarding (breakfast, lunch, snack and diner)
- 24h reception
- Cleaning service
- Study and social areas
What kind of activities I can do in Malaga?
Malaga has plenty of things to do in your spare time. Large number of museums, touristic attractions, seaside walks, practicing all kind of sports (including the university sports facilities), beach, cinemas, shopping centers and a wide gastronomy offer.
How can I move around in my spare time?
Malaga has a complete public transport system with buses, metro and train. A car is not necessary to move around the city.
It is easy to travel to and from Malaga?
Yes. Malaga has an Airport with direct flights to most of the European mayor cities and the train Station Maria Zambrano, will take you to the main cities of Spain.