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Blended Intensive Programmes – International Weeks

BIP (Blended Intensive Programme)

The Euclides Network's International Week activities are carried out within the framework of the Erasmus+ student mobility for studies programme -Blended Intensive Programme (BIP)- (Erasmus+ KA131). They are intensive combined programmes that use innovative forms of learning and education, including the use of the online cooperation. Which is why the activities, lasting roughly two months and a half, combine online work and a week of mobility at the university which organises the activity to carry it out in face-to-face format.The main goal then is to promote this capacity for developing and implementing innovative teaching and learning practicals for participants.

For the purposes of accessing the various offers, click on this link where you will be able to visualise this academic year’s International Weeks.

We prioritise the following options at the EPS:

  • Sustainable and technological transition in the automotive sector organised by Free University of Bozen/Bolzano-Italy (priority is given to MEI students, although GETI students can also opt for them) - Deadline 16 November - Anyone interested will have to pre-enrol from https://apps.udg.edu/MAU/eps/Client/Oferta. You can view the call's publication by clicking here.
  • Circularity of Polymers organised by Wroclaw University of Science and Technology-Poland (priority is given to GEQ students although all other students form the industrial area can also opt for it) - Deadline 16 November - Anyone interested will have to pre-enrol from https://apps.udg.edu/MAU/eps/Client/Oferta. You can view the call's publication by clicking here.

Once the pre-enrolment deadline has ended, the assessing Committees will apply the selection and award criteria to the published calls, which will serve as basis for deciding the awards. The individuals concerned will be notified of these, which will be published on the University of Girona’s e-Office noticeboard.

These types of activities entitle their participants to 3 academically recognised ECTS and to 1 RECI point (student recognition with international skills),


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