What do I have to do to study abroad?
Attend informative meetings of the Department of International Programs (announced by the IMO and the Academic Departments) or request an appointment at the IMO for more information. Formally submit your online Participation Application, through the Student Portal, to receive news about the Program and request that your Academic Department authorize you to continue in the Program.
During the academic year prior to departure, there will also be several opportunities to participate in activities related to the current International Mobility Program and thus show your interest in a stay abroad.
Once you submit your online Participation Application, your International Coordinator will study your academic situation to approve or deny your participation in the International Mobility Program.
The Academic Departments will study each case, taking into account the necessary conditions for international departure. Regarding this requirement: consult the International Coordinator of your Academic Department.
Your academic record will be taken into account in the final evaluation of the International Mobility Program.
Going on exchange to a non-Spanish-speaking country is not the opportunity to learn the language used in the host university. It is an opportunity to take subjects of your degree in that language! For this reason, students who request places in destinations where classes are not taught in Spanish must prove to have a certain linguistic level, according to the criteria of the Program and the possible host university.
For information on language requirements at each host university, consult the Department of International Programs.
If you meet the requirements of the current International Mobility Program, we will nominate you as an exchange student to an associate university and we will continue with your candidacy.
School of Social SciencesProf. Dra. Ainhoa Marín
Performing ArtsProf. Antonio Sierra
Fine ArtsProf. Dra. Kika Beneyto
JournalismProf. Carlos Jiménez
Audiovisual CommunicationProf. Nicolás Grijalba
Advertising and Public RelationsProf. Fernando Toledano
EducationProf. Dra. Marta Genís
Nursing and PhysiotherapyProf. Isabel Baeza
Higher Polytechnic SchoolProf. Dr. Juan Viguri
Fundamentals of Architecture and Interior DesignProf. Dra. Elena Merino
Modern LanguagesProf. Dra. Marta Genís
This information is of a general nature.
There are more details in the following documents,
“Call to the International Mobility Program (IMP) - Outgoing - Studies” and “Procedure for the International Mobility Program (IMP) - Outgoing - Studies”