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Application procedure

Online application form for admission to the UB
Documents and application deadlines

Online application form for admission to the UB

Once you have been authorized and nominated by your home university to study temporarily at the UB, you should complete the corresponding online application form. You should also make a sufficient number of copies of your application to complete the subsequent procedures.

Preliminary comments

  • Submission of this form does not mean you will be automatically accepted as a temporary visiting student at the UB. You must also complete the admission procedure corresponding to your modality of exchange.
  • Please use CAPITAL LETTERS to fill in the online application form.
  • If you see a mistake after saving your data and you want to enter changes and reprint your application form, e-mail the Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school you wish to study in. This office will reply in due course, informing you that your application form has been modified or cancelled, as you have requested. If the application is cancelled they will inform you that you can re-record your data.
  • If you need to print a new copy of your online application form once you have saved and confirmed your data, you can do it by going to the first screen and entering the application code. 

 

Application form for admission 2005-2006

ONLINE APPLICATION FORM FOR ADMISSION 2019-2020

Language requeriments

The UB recommends the temporary students to have a B1 as the minimum level necessary of Catalan, Spanish or English knowledge (depending on the teaching language of the chosen subjects).
More information about language requirements: http://www.ub.edu/web/ub/es/sites/llengues/estudiants_de_mobilitat/estudiants_arribada/index.html?#?

Information about the teaching languages: http://www.ub.edu/sl/en/socio/transparencia.html

 

Documents and application deadlines for requesting admission at the UB according to your modality of exchange

D) Students covered by General Agreements and the Coimbra Group

E) Students covered by Specific Agreements

A. Students on the Erasmus+ Studies

Documents:

The following documents should be sent to the Manager of International Mobility in which you intend to study:

  • one printed copy of your online application form for admission duly completed and signed by your tutor at your home university;
  • a certificate signed by your home University attesting your participation on the program;
  • 1 passport-sized photograph.
  • Transcript of Records
  • Certificate of language proficiency (chek the "Language requirements" section)
  • Addicional documents requested by the Hosting Faculty

Deadlines:
You should send the documents listed above to your intended faculty or school at the UB no later than:

  • June 15th (students planning to study during the winter semester or the full academic year)
  • November  15th (students planning to study during the summer semester who have not already sent in their applications).

The Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school where you wish to study will contact you formally to confirm whether or not you have been accepted.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.

 

B. Students on the Erasmus+ Placement

Documents:

Firstly, it is necessary to obtain the acceptance from a department or service at the UB.
Once you have the acceptance, the following documents should be sent to the Manager of International Mobility (in case of a placement in a Department) or to the Mobility and International Programmes Office (placement in General service)  in which you intend to study:

  • one printed copy of your online application form for admission duly completed and signed by your tutor at your home university;
  • a certificate signed by your home University attesting your participation on the program;
  • acceptance document from the department or service that will host you;
  • 1 passport-sized photograph;
  • Certificate of language proficiency (check the “Language requirements” section)

Recommended Deadlines:
You should send the documents listed above to your intended faculty or school at the UB no later than one month before the arrival.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.

C. Students on the Erasmus+ Doctorate

All necessary information regarding the application procedure and acceptance will be provided by the Doctoral School of the University of Barcelona: internacional.edub@ub.edu

The University of Barcelona will only consider those applications that are related to the specified doctoral programme of the agreement.

For incoming doctoral exchange students, a confirmation of supervision by a professor of the University of Barcelona is compulsory (provisional letter of acceptance).

Step 1. First of all, contact the international relations office of your home university in order to know if there is a PhD Erasmus+ agreement between our institutions and your area of studies. It’s the home institution that manages the Erasmus+ programme.

Step 2. The University of Barcelona will assist in finding a supervisor. Please, send us an e-mail with your CV (specifying the language level) and a brief research and working plan of your stay (including the current state of research and written in Spanish, Catalan or English) to: internacional.edub@ub.edu. It may take time, so please, write to us at least one month before the deadline for nominations and applications.

Step 3. After being officially nominated by your university, kindly submit the following documents to our Doctoral School by e-mail:

  • Application form signed and stamped by your home university (online application)
  • Provisional letter of acceptance (written by a professor of the University of Barcelona)
  • CV (specifying the language level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
  • Brief research and working plan (including the current state of research and written in Spanish, Catalan or English)

The deadline to receive nominations and applications for the first semester or the whole academic year will be the 15th June of the previous academic year. For nominations and applications for the second semester of the same academic year the deadline will be the 15th November. The Doctoral School will send their decisions within 8 weeks.
The Doctoral School of the University of Barcelona will welcome the incoming doctoral exchange students and will assist them.

 

D. Students covered by General agreements and the Coimbra Group


Documents
The following documents should be sent:

  • one printed copy of your online application form for admission, duly completed, signed and stamped by your tutor at your home university;
  • a certificate signed by your home university attesting your participation on the program;
  • 1 passport-sized photograph;
  • Transcript of records;
  • Language level acreditation (chek the "Language requirements" section)

Specific requirements:

  • If you are applying to study at the Faculty of Fine Arts, then you must also send a portfolio, in DIN A4 format with samples of the work you have completed.

Deadlines:
You should send the documents listed above no later than:

  • June 15th (students planning to study during the winter semester or the full academic year).
  • November  15th (students planning to study during the summer semester who have not already sent in their applications).

The Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school where you wish to study will contact you formally to confirm whether or not you have been accepted.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.

 

E. Students covered by Specific agreements


Documents
The following documents should be sent:

  • one printed copy of your online application form for admission, duly completed, signed and stamped by your tutor at your home university;
  • a certificate signed by your home university attesting your participation on the program;
  • 1 passport-sized photograph;
  • Transcript of records;
  • Language level acreditation (chek the "Language requirements" section)
  • Addicional documents requested by the Hosting Faculty

Deadlines:
You should send the documents listed above no later than:

  • June 15th (students planning to study during the winter semester or the full academic year).
  • November  15th (students planning to study during the summer semester who have not already sent in their applications).

The Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school where you wish to study will contact you formally to confirm whether or not you have been accepted.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.

 

   
F. Students covered by STUDY ABROAD

You should ask your home university, or the Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school where you wish to study, which documents you will need to submit and the deadlines for doing so.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.

  • NOTE: Students covered bythe specific agreements with US universities (Brethren Colleges Abroad, California-Illinois, Knox College, Dartmouth College) only need to complete the online application form. Remember to keep a copy for yourself.
G. Students making individual applications

Applicants must :

  • to be enrolled in foreign universities or higher education institutions for official university degrees similar to those offered by the UB for which enrolment is being sought, and where such studies have yet to be completed

  • to have successfully completed a full academic year or obtained a minimum of sixty teaching credits in subjects related to the exchange, except for second-cycle or official postgraduate students

  • to be able to demonstrate appropriate knowledge of Catalan, Spanish or English (according to "Language requisites" section)

  • to be authorized by their sending university to complete part of their studies at the UB.

Prices established by the UB regulation for the academic year 2018-2019 are the following:

  • Bachelor degree ’ courses: 90€ per credit.
  • Master degree’ courses: 120€ per credit.

If you have institutional support for these fees, either fully or partially, you must inform the Manager of International Mobility at the UB faculty or school in which you intend to study and submit the attesting documents.

Documents
The following documents should be sent to the Manager of International Mobility at the faculty or school where you wish to study:

  • one printed copy of your online application form for admission signed by your tutor at your home university;
  • a letter of recommendation signed by a member of staff from your home university;
  • an original document and translation in either Catalan, Spanish or English listing the subjects you have studied at university and the grades awarded (note that this document does not have to be translated by a sworn translator).
  • the curriculum of the degree being studied at your home university (original document and translation, as above);
  • Certificate of language proficiency (chek the "Language requirements" section).
  • 1 passport-sized photograph;
  • in case of an institutional support for the enrolment fees fully or partially, you must submit the attesting documents either.

Specific requirements:

Deadlines
You should send the documents listed above to your intended faculty or school at the UB no later than:

  • June 15th (students planning to study during the winter semester or the full academic year);
  • November  15th (students planning to study in the summer semester of the academic year who have not already sent in their applications).

The Head of International Exchanges at the faculty or school where you wish to study will contact you formally to confirm whether or not you have been accepted.

Remember to visit our webpage Before arriving at the UB to consult the check-list of what you will need to do to live and study in Barcelona.