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Long-duration programmes

Studying abroad

International

ERASMUS+ for Studies is a programme for Bachelor's-, Master's- and Doctoral-degree students that enables them to do part of their studies in higher education institutions in other EU and associated countries that the Polytechnic School has a bilateral exchange agreement with. The duration of the stays is at least 3 months and the maximum is one academic year. During this period the student is enrolled in the UdG and at the end of the stay the credits completed are transferred through a study agreement.

The Polytechnic School does not allow failed subjects from previous examination sessions to be included in Learning Agreements.

The PROMETHEUS programme enables exchange stays to be made at higher-education institutions that the Polytechnic School has exchange agreements with and which are outside the ERASMUS+ for Studies framework. This UdG mobility programme offers Bachelor's and Master's degree students an opportunity to stay for at least 3 months in another university, without having to pay for enrolment at their destination university and with recognition of courses they sat and passed, under a previously signed studies agreement.

The Polytechnic School does not allow failed subjects from previous examination sessions to be included in Learning Agreements.

Pere Balsells undergraduate and postgraduate grants

The PERE BALSELLS grant programme provides financing for students who have been previously accepted for postgraduate courses in Engineering (postgraduate category) at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), the University of Colorado, Boulder (UCB) or the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS), USA. The undergraduate modality for PERE BALSELLS grants is to fund final degree projects in engineering at the UCI.

National

SICUE is a mobility programme created by the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE), designed exclusively for Bachelor's degree students. The SICUE programme allows part of students’ studies to be carried out in Spanish universities with which the Polytechnic has a bilateral exchange agreement for a minimum of 5 months and a maximum of 9 months. During this period the student is enrolled in the UdG and at the end of the stay the credits completed are transferred through a study agreement.

The Polytechnic School does not allow failed subjects from previous examination sessions to be included in Learning Agreements.

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