Since our inception, we, at Blanquerna-URL, foster the exchange of students, faculty, and staff with universities and centers abroad because, if higher education is an institution that seeks universal knowledge, internationalization should, and must be, one of its overarching goals.
During the Erasmus Study mobility programme, students spend part of their university studies in another European country. Once completed, the foreign institution issues a report with the individual student’s marks and a certificate stating that the student has completed the programme agreed on. The student’s original university also officially recognises the courses studied at the other university.
The duration of this period abroad is a minimum of three months and a maximum of twelve. Some grants provided at a competitive basis help with covering expenses for this mobility programme (food, travel, lodging, etc.).
During the Erasmus Internship mobility programme, students spend some time doing practical training in a company, educational centre, research centre, or organisation in another European country. To be able to participate in this programme, students will need to sign an agreement with their home university and the other European institution in question.
The duration of this period abroad is a minimum of two months and a maximum of twelve. Some grants provided at a competitive basis help with covering expenses for this mobility programme (food, travel, lodging, etc.).