Studying and Teaching

Erasmus

Basic information about the grant or financial aid

Definition of the grant:

These grants are awarded for temporary study at the universities in the European Union with which the UB has bilateral agreements. The UB shall recognize all studies that are undertaken satisfactorily in the host European university.

Aimed at:

Students on bachelor’s degree, first and second cycle, and official master’s degree courses who meet the general, academic and financial requirements stated in the call for applications.

If the student is taking a first- or second-cycle course, the exchange period will generally be 1 or 2 semesters. If the student is taking a third-cycle course, the period shall be between 3 and 12 months.

Basic requirements:

Students must be enrolled at the UB on the course and in the same academic year as that of the exchange (they will then be exempt from registration fees in the host European university, except for minor fees for third party insurance, student unions, etc.).

The student must be a national of or have permanent right to residence in a country of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Turkey as associated states.

The applicant cannot have received any previous ERASMUS grants from the European Commission.

Call for applications:

Annual

Applications:

Applications can be made from November to the end of January.

Awarding body:

UB Vice-Rector of International and Institutional Relations.

Processed by:

Office of Mobility and International Programs and international relations offices in all faculties.

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