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Programme and evaluation

Programme for 2nd semester of the academic year 2021-2022





Inscription period

Until 6 February

Local students: through the registration form.

Mobility students: presenting the registration form that you will find on the beginner's Catalan course (A1) moodle during the UdG welcome week or using the registration form.

Exchange-partner communications

From 14 to 16 February

You will receive an electronic message with the contact details of your language exchange partner.

Registration for activities

As of 24 February

You will have to register for cultural activities through the registration form. You will receive a message on 24 February with full information and the link to the above-mentioned form.

Delivery of the report

Monday, 16 May

You must deliver it in digital format to:


16 and 17 May

You will have to register for your interview through the registration form.You will receive a message on 2 May with full information and the link to the form, stating the interview’s available times and location


As of 24 May

Certificates are only issued for mobility students. The electronic certificates are sent by mail to the personal mailbox.

For local students the credits will be incorporated into their file so the recognition can be processed.

Semester Activities

Every semester we offer a series of cultural activities you can carry out with your exchange partner. The goal behind these activities is, on the one hand, for mobility students to gain better knowledge of our culture and traditions and, on the other, to create a network of relations between all the participants in the programme.

The activities can be registered for through a form. Consult the calendar to find out the date on which you will receive the message with your registration instructions. 

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You have to deliver a brief report about the language exchange you have done following this model. Note that the report has three different sections:

  • The first part corresponds to the cultural activities that have you taken part in.
  • In the second you will have to describe a total of three meetings with your exchange partner, meetings where you also discover places together in Girona and the city's surroundings.
  • The third part is a brief general questionnaire on the development of the exchange.

What language do you have to deliver the report in?

In general, the report can be presented in Catalan, Spanish, English or French
. However,
if you are a student at the UdG and the language you are doing is English or French, you may write the report in that other language. If your previous knowledge of that language is low or non-existent, you are only required to reply in that language for three of the questions from the third part of the report (the general questionnaire on the development of the exchange). Obviously, your exchange partner can help you with this.
If you are a mobility student, you can present the report in English or French, but at least three of the questions asked in the third section (the general questionnaire on the development of the exchange) must be answered in Catalan.

Consult the calendar to see when the report has to be delivered.

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