A welcome session will be organised for students on the Erasmus programme, on the Bilateral Exchange programme or the Visitor’s programme in which they will be provided with the information they will need for their stay at the UIC.
Apart from receiving information which is highly interesting and useful, students will have the opportunity to meet other students from a wide range of countries during the welcome session. Some of these countries are: Italy, Mexico, Germany, Finland, France and many more.
On our Sant Cugat Campus* this session will be held on 5 September at 11am.
On our Barcelona Campus this session will be held on 3 September at 10:30am.
*Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Dentistry.
After the welcome session, students must make an appointment with the academic coordinator in their faculty in order to revise, modify (if necessary) and approve the Learning Agreement that they have put forward.
Once the Learning Agreement has been approved, the student and the coordinator must both sign the document and hand it in to the International Relations Service, which will proceed to enrol the student.
Any changes made to the enrolment / Learning Agreement (changes to the Learning Agreement) must be undertaken after approval from the academic coordinator and the International Relations Service, during the first ten days of the semester. After that date no changes can be made to enrolment.
Once students are enrolled, our International Relations coordinator will send them their personal credentials (username and password) via email in order to access their student portal on the UIC website where they will be able to view their enrolment information and qualifications and download working material for some of their classes. Students will be given a UIC student card which they can use to access the library and the photocopying service.
Once they have received their acceptance letter, students on Erasmus, Bilateral Exchange or Visitor’s programmes can plan their trip and organise their stay in Barcelona, depending on the dates of their study programme:
First semester: from the first week of September to the middle of January.
Second semester: from the second week of January to the end of May or the beginning of June.