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Polytechnic School

Mobility at the Polytechnic

*International mobility informative meeting 2022-23 coming soon (October). Watch out for the dates.

The Polytechnic works continuously to increase and to improve student mobility. Discovering other languages and cultures, receiving technical training in another institution and learning to work outside your usual environment are some of the highly enriching benefits of the stays abroad and differentiating factors on a CV appreciated by companies when looking for professionals in an increasingly competitive world.

The Polytechnic is also a member of the international EUCLIDES (European Universities Collaborative Links Developments in Engineering Sciences ) network, whose goal is to forge and broaden international relations with other institutions within and without the EU in the area of the engineering.


To be able to make an application under the international mobility call, students must not have failed any subject from previous years. If they have failed one or more, they need the express authorisation of the coordinator of their study to enable them to carry out the mobility.

Students are required to have an accredited official degree with a B2.1 level of third language (English, French, Italian or German) at least. To do so, they will need to take original copies of their qualifications to the academic secretary who will add them to their academic records (except for places where teaching is in Spanish).

Students who do not have this accreditation can take part in the multilevel tests organized by the UdG Modern Language Service. The registration period is from 10 December to 11 January 2020, from the following link:

Official examinations in Catalan, English, Chinese, Cambridge and Spanish

It should be noted that certain exchange places may require a language or minimum level that is different to the language and/or level accredited as a third language. Besides the third language, students must also comply with the language and minimum level associated with each exchange place.

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