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14 February 2017
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Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
The information is available on this page. The list is updated when new agreements have been signed with other faculties.
The student can suggest faculties of interest, taking the following factors into account:
Once you have chosen possible placement faculties and the modules that interest you, you will need to inform the Erasmus programme’s academic coordinator, Dr Elisabeth Pinart, to explore the feasibility of your choices. If your choices are feasible, the coordinator will inform the placement faculty in order to start the negotiation process. We cannot guarantee the success of negotiations.
On the other hand, we should bear in mind that the UdG’s International Office (OI) requires the agreements to be signed an academic year in advance, that it, if it is for the academic year 2020-2021, the agreement needs to be signed before November 2019.
The call will be announced on the OI’s webpage.
The OI organises a few sessions on campuses to provide information on mobility.
At all times during your communication with the placement faculty, before you arrive, on arrival and during your placement, you act as representative of the Faculty of Medicine at the UdG. Renewal of agreements depends on the placement faculty being satisfied with you. We always demand responsible behaviour and suitable language during your Erasmus Programme placement.
Student mobility for placements Erasmus+ for Traineeship is a modality of the European Union's Erasmus+ programme. It aims to help students to adapt to the demands of the European job market, acquire specific aptitudes and improve their understanding of the economic and social environment of the placement country, at the same time as they acquire work experience.
This programme aims for university students to complete placements with academic recognition in companies or organisations from other European countries. New for the year 2014-2015, recent graduates are also able to complete voluntary placements during the year after having obtained their degree.
For further information, see the OI’s webpage .
Contact the person in charge of administrative support for placements and mobility, Susanna Barquero (firstname.lastname@example.org ), should you have specific questions that have not been covered in this document or if you need additional help.
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