Online Application Procedure Erasmus Students IN

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Who is an Erasmus Student?

An Erasmus student is a student who comes to the UGR to study with us during one semester or a whole academic year within a bilateral agreement between the faculty / school of his/her home university and the faculty / school of the University of Granada.

In order to be an Arqus student at the UGR, the person in charge of the International Relations at the home university has to send a nomination of the students selected to take part in the Arqus exchange programme to intloffice@ugr.es.

About the Spanish language knowledge

For undergraduate students (Erasmus, exchange/bilateral agreements and free mobility programmes) it is highly recommended to have a B1 level of Spanish according to this table. In some Erasmus agreements such us the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting it is established as mandatory. For more information, please contact the corresponding faculty: http://sl.ugr.es/00pF)

For master students (Erasmus, exchange/bilateral agreements and free mobility programmes) it is recommended to have a B2 level of Spanish and it is mandatory to hold an official language proficiency certificate on at least a B1 level according to this table, for those programs whose language of instruction is Spanish.

Information and Dates:

Erasmus incoming for next academic year

For first semester or full academic year:

  • From 1st April to 15th May: Online application and study plan proposal.
  • From 9th July on: Sending of acceptance e-mails

For second semester:

  • From 1st to 31st October: Online application and study plan proposal
  • From 13th December on: Sending of acceptance e-mails

Note: The final approval of courses is subject to the availability of places at the courses once you register and enrol at the University of Granada at the beginning of the semester.

  • Should you have any question about the new application procedure, please contact: intlinfo@ugr.es

Important information for Master´s degree mobility applicants: Please bear in mind that the courses listed on the online application portal are the only ones offered on the master’s degree to which you have applied. You must check the master’s degree website to ensure the teaching periods for each of the courses that you wish to enrol on correspond with your mobility period at the UGR. For queries related to courses on master’s degrees or issues regarding UGR doctoral programmes please contact the International School for Postgraduate Studies at epinternacional@ugr.es.

Online application and Instructions

Required documents for the online application:

  • ERASMUS (UNDERGRADUATE):
  1. ID/PASSPORT (MANDATORY)
  2. Official Spanish Language Proficiency Certificate (Level B1 recommended according to this table
  3. Other documents (Optional)
  4. Students must ensure that they are correctly nominated by their home university to the University of Granada. Nominations should be sent to intloffice@ugr.es
  • ERASMUS (MASTER):
  1. ID/PASSPORT (MANDATORY)
  2. Official Language Proficiency Certificate in the language in which the Master Programme is taught (for Spanish: mandatory level B1, recommended level B2) according to this table.
  3. Learning agreement (MANDATORY)
  4. Other documents (Optional)
  5. Students must ensure that they are correctly nominated by their home univeristy to the University of Granada. Nominations should be sent to intloffice@ugr.es.
  • ERASMUS (PHD):
  1. ID/PASSPORT (MANDATORY)
  2. Official Spanish Language Proficiency Certificate according to this table(optional)
  3. Official Master Degree Certificate (MANDATORY)
  4. Official proof of registration in the Doctoral Programme at the home university (MANDATORY)
  5. Pre-admission letter signed by the UGR coordinator/tutor of the PhD Programme (MANDATORY. Please, check the instructions on how to request it: http://sl.ugr.es/0aMt).

Students must ensure that they are correctly nominated by their home university to the University of Granada.