What is it?
Erasmus+ is a programme that allows students from UIC Barcelona to study or gain professional work experience in another European country.
For how long?
From 3 to 12 months. Check with the academic coordinator in your faculty or with the International Relations Service for more details.
Is it funded?
Yes. Erasmus+ provides funding for a minimum of three and a maximum of five months. The amount per month will depend on the destination chosen. Check out thead Erasmus+ funding table per countr.
It has been proven that students who participate in international mobility are more and better prepared to face the current and future global world.Adecco, Primer Empleo, Universia.es, El Mundo and Finanzas.es, among others, highlight the importance of international experience for comprehensive personal and professional development. Check out the advantages of international mobility..
What other advantages does it have?
The main advantages include:
- Recognition at UIC Barcelona of the courses undertaken in the host country
- Financial grants
- Free online language courses and the ability to assess your language progress
- Administrative benefits (mobility agreements, student insurance, free enrolment at host university and partner universities, among others)
Where can I go?
Over 32 countries inside and outside the European Union participate in Erasmus+! You can choose any of the universities with which your faculty has an exchange agreement. Check out the list of available destinations and universities at your faculty.
What documents do I need to apply for?
Check out the Administration Process for International Exchange Students and download the latest information about international mobility opportunities in your faculty.
I want to find out more!
If that is the case, be sure to check out the following resources to…
Find out more about the programme:
- Erasmus student letter
- Erasmus programme in 2011-12: the figures explained (European Commission Study)
See the impact of Erasmus+ in different countries:
Learn from other Spanish students who have already had this experience:
Benefits of Erasmus:
Get to know the Programme’s official sources:
Business Administration and Management
School of Architecture
T. +34 930 541 831
Campus Sant Cugat / C/Terré building
Josep Trueta s/n.
08195 Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona)
T. +34 935 042 000