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Mobility programmes

Students

The International Relations Office runs a service provided by the Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences, which is responsible for promoting student exchanges with Spanish and foreign universities for students in the final years of each degree, and for fostering international academic activities.

The exchanges are carried out with other member countries of the European Union (LLP-Erasmus Programme), Latin American countries (Prometeu Programme), and other Spanish universities (Sicue Programme).

Students can also take part in short intercultural activities: ETAP, Euroweek and the Business Administration and Management Olympics in St. Petersburg.

By taking part in any of the mobility programmes and activities, students can obtain free-elective credits or academic recognition depending on the degree.

ERASMUS+ gives students the chance to study abroad for a fixed period of time with specific grants. The credits approved abroad are fully recognised and validated through the ECTS system (European Credit Transfer System). Agreements signed by the University of Girona enable students to complete part of their education in different countries where teaching is usually in French, English or German. The call for Erasmus grants is announced during the month of February. To be able to register, your foreign language level must be authenticated in your academic report. To be awarded a grant, your grades in your academic record, level of language knowledge and other additional merits will be taken into account and are published on the website. There are individuals appointed at all the universities to guide Erasmus students on academic matters.

PROMETEU is a UdG mobility programme designed to supplement the offer of the other programmes.

It gives students the chance to spend between three and six months doing part of their degree through the academic recognition of the subjects taken in higher education institutes outside Spain or Europe with which the UdG has signed a bilateral agreement. The call for Prometeu places is announced during the month of February. To be able to register, your foreign language level must be authenticated in your academic report.

Students who have been assigned a Prometeu place can request specific grants, which will be published specifically for this purpose.

SICUE is a student exchange programme with other Spanish universities with validated credit transfer of the subjects taken. The call is announced during the month of February.

These stays, which last a week, give students the chance to take part in an international meeting. Subjects are taught in English.

ETAP

This meeting usually takes place during the month of March. Academic (resolution of practical accounting cases) and cultural activities take place, which are designed to get to know the city where the event is being held. Students must register with ORI during the months of October or November.

EUROWEEK

Students who take part in this activity must present an innovation project related to any area of entrepreneurial activity. The project is presented during the week-long meeting and different activities cultural and leisure activities are also organised. If you would like to take part then contact with ORI during the month of November.

Business Administration and Management Olympics

This is an international competition in which participants must demonstrate their knowledge in the area of accounting. It takes place annually in the month of October in Saint Petersburg (Russia) and each year is accompanied by cultural and leisure activities. Students must register with ORI during the month of June.

 

Contact ORIfor further information.

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