Every year we receive more than 70 students from all over the world. You can be one of them and come to our School through our different mobility programs, such as Erasmus or other bilateral agreements. First, you have to talk to your home university to see if your School has an exchange agreement with our School. If that is the case, here you will find some information regarding our exchange program.
We are at
Nomination and application deadlines
Application required documents
Undergraduate courses with groups opened to exchange students
Information regarding accommodation
Cost of living
International Affairs Office
Head of International Affairs Office
General email: email@example.com
Plaça Joan Corominas, s/n
All universities must NOMINATE their students by sending an email (Name, Surname, email, degree, and semester) to the International Office before:
15th May for first semester (Fall) students
15th October for the second semester (Spring) students
We only contact students once they have been nominated by their home universities.
Students must sent the required documents by email to the International Office before:
15th June for first semester (Fall) students
15th November for second semester (Spring) students
Applications are only accepted within the Deadline
After being nominated by their home university, exchange students will receive an email with documents and instructions.
Once we received the application form fully filled in and all the required documents, we will send a letter of acceptance by email. Hard copies of the acceptance letters will be sent only to students who have to apply for a visa.
PLEASE, USE CAPITAL LETTERS TO FILL IN THE DOCUMENTS
All documents must be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
** learning agreements for Erasmus grant will not be signed until receiving all the applications forms duly filled in and the required documentsop.
TOEFL iBT 87-109
PTE General level 3
PTE Academic 59-75
Trinity ISE II
Students do not need to provide evidence of their Spanish or Catalan level by sending certificates, but please note that a student who does not have the required language skills may have difficulty participating in classes and may eventually fail the exams and therefore not obtain the corresponding credits. Recommended level of Spanish and/or Catalan B1, minimum.
Fall term: from September to January.
Spring term: from February to June.
Not all the courses of our study plans are opened to Exchange students. Please check all the groups:
Once Exchange students have been nominated by their home universities, we will contact them with more updated information regarding our courses. Exchange students must be flexible in their course preferences as course offerings can change sometimes.
Definitive timetables will be delivered to students upon arrival, on Welcome Day.
Information regarding accommodation
We do not look for accommodation, but here you are some useful information regarding that matter:
When looking for accommodation, it’s best to use the services of institutions and organisations dedicated to that purpose, as recommended by Barcelona Centre Universitari (BCU): www.bcu.cat/en
Besides, if you want to live in a residence:
- Melon District has 2 residences in Barcelona: Melon District Marina and Melon District Poble Sec (closer to our School): http://www.melondistrict.com/
- Agora Bcn residence is located at the subway station Mundet (L3, green line):
- Residencia Universitaria Sarrià:
or If you want to live in a flat:
Web portals that can help you in the search for accommodation (recommended by our students):
We highly recommend exchange students to look for accommodation in advance, as finding accommodation in Barcelona might be difficult sometimes
-EU Students: European Health Card mandatory. Optional Coverage recommended.
-All non-EU exchange students must have coverage as follows:
All costs related to obtaining any medical coverage shall be a responsibility of students
Students from Non-Schengen countries: as soon as they receive the letter of acceptance from our School, they should go to the Spanish Diplomatic Offices (consulate or embassy) and apply for a Study Visa. You can find your consulate on the website of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/en/Paginas/inicio.aspx
If your authorised stay is longer than six months, you must apply for your foreigner Identity Card (TIE), within one month of entering Spain. More information about that: http://www.url.edu/en/international-and-mobility/international-students/non-eu-community-students
Once we received the required documents, we send a letter of acceptance by email. Hard copies of the acceptance letters will be sent only to students who have to apply for a visa
Exchange students must foresee spending at least €1,000 a month on living expenses.
350€-500€ (room in a shared appartment) 700€-1.200 € (non-shared apartment)
Take into account that, when renting an appartment, the first month you will have to pay a three-month deposit. This deposit will be returned to you if the appartment is in good conditions at the end of you stay. Also, pay attention to gas, electricity and water expenses.
Food in general, eating at home: 200€ monthly
Lunch menu in the downtown: €12-€20
Lunch at a cheap restaurant 7 to 12 €
Lunch at the school cafeteria: €6-€7
Going out for dinner 20 a 30 €
Single ticket (bus or metro): 2.15€
10-trip bus and metro travel card: €10.20 (1 zone)
T-jove (three monthly card, unlimited journeys, under 25s): 105€
Personal expenses: 160-220€