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Mobility

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Outgoing mobility (out)

Information about international mobility programs: Erasmus and other non-erasmus programs

Outgoing mobility (out)

Erasmus

Erasmus + aims to improve qualifications and employability and modernize education, training and youth work. The program will last seven years and will have a budget of 14,700 million euros. That figure represents an increase of 40% compared to current spending levels, which demonstrates the EU’s commitment to invest in these areas.

Erasmus + will offer more than four million Europeans opportunities to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad.

Erasmus + will finance transnational partnerships between institutions and educational, training and youth organizations, aimed at fostering cooperation and building bridges between the worlds of education and work to overcome the skills gaps that Europe faces.

It will also support national efforts to modernize education, training and youth systems. In the field of sport, support will be given to grassroots projects and to the solution of cross-border problems such as match-fixing, doping or violence and racism.

Erasmus +, which brings together the seven existing European education, training and youth programs, will include sports aids for the first time. As an integrated program, Erasmus + offers more opportunities for cooperation between the sectors of education, training, youth and sports. Thanks to simplified funding rules, Erasmus + is easier to access than previous programs.

Outgoing mobility (out)

Bilateral Agreement

The Call for International Exchange Scholarships aims to offer students the possibility of completing their academic training in higher education institutions with which there is a collaboration agreement. The completion of studies at the destination university will allow students to enrich their academic development and live a personal experience in a different cultural environment.

The exchanges carried out within the framework of this program entail the recognition of studies. The validation will be carried out in the center of the sending university where the student is enrolled. Once selected, the scholarship students have to contact the International Relations Coordinator of their school to prepare the recognition of the credits.

Goals

  • To allow students to benefit not only educationally, but also linguistically and culturally from the learning experience in other countries of the world.
  • To encourage cooperation between institutions and, this way, enrich the educational environment of the host institutions.
  • To contribute to the creation of a community of young and future well-qualified professionals, with open minds and international experience.
  • To facilitate the transfer of credits and the recognition of stays abroad through the ECTS system or a compatible credit system.

This stay will provide not only cultural and linguistic enrichment but also academic enrichment through the validation of studies and credits.

International agreements (Erasmus and Bilateral Agreements)

To see a complete and up-to-date list of current international agreements you can visit the website of the Office of International Relations

Agreements which coordinators are faculty members of the School

Institution Modality
Davia Rodríguez, Mª Ángeles (MAngeles.Davia@uclm.es)
Università degli Studi di Pavia Erasmus
University College Ghent // hogeschool Ghent Erasmus
Díaz García, Cristina (Cristina.Diaz@uclm.es)
Ventspils Univesity College Erasmus
Escribano Sotos, Francisco (Francisco.ESotos@uclm.es)
ISVOUGA(Instituto Superior entre Douro e Vouga)(Po Erasmus
Akdeniz University (Turquía) Erasmus
Nigde University (Turquía) Erasmus
Instituto Tecnológixo de Monterrey (Méjico) Bilateral
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Minas Gerais (B Bilateral
Gámez Martinez, Matías (Matias.Gamez@uclm.es)
Technological Educational Institute of Crete Erasmus
Haute Ecole Libre Mosane Erasmus
Università degli Studi di Pavia Erasmus
Gómez Borja, Miguel Angel (Matias.Gamez@uclm.es)
Faculty of Economics and Business. University of Zagreb. Croatia Erasmus
González Moreno, Angela (Angela.Gonzalez@uclm.es)
Università degli Studi di Pisa Erasmus
Università degli Studi di Padova Erasmus
Jiménez Moreno, Juan José (Juan.Jimenez@uclm.es)
Università degli Studi di Siena Erasmus
University of Warsaw Erasmus
University of Jagiellonski Erasmus
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny W Krakowie Erasmus
Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina -Rosario Bilateral
UNICEN Provincia de Buenos Aires Bilateral
Universidad Privada del Valle - Bolivia Bilateral
Universidad de Lodz Erasmus
University of Palermo Erasmus
University of Central Lancashire-Cyprus (UK-Chipre) Erasmus
Universidad Nacional de La Plata Bilateral
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo Bilateral
Lorenzo Romero, Carlota (Carlota.Lorenzo@uclm.es)
Università degli Sudi di Sassari Erasmus
Moratilla López, Rafael (Rafael.Moratilla@uclm.es)
Lycée Silvia Monfort Erasmus
Olaya Iniesta, Antonio (Antonio.Olaya@uclm.es)
Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV Erasmus
Pardo García, Isabel (Isabel.Pardo@uclm.es)
Università degli Studi di Ancona Erasmus
Instituto de Estudos Superiores de FAfe Erasmus
Sáez Martínez, Fco. José (Francisco.Saez@uclm.es)
Universitatea Transilvania din Brasov Erasmus
Tejada Ponce, Angel (Angel.Tejada@uclm.es)
Linnaeus University Erasmus
Université de La Rochelle Erasmus
Università degli Studi di Firenze Erasmus
Reykjavik University Erasmus
Escuela Bancaria y Comercial de México Bilateral
Universidad del Aconcagua Bilateral
Tobarra Gómez, Mª Angeles (Mariaangeles.Tobarra@uclm.es)
University of Bucharest Erasmus
Triguero Cano, Angela (Angela.Triguero@uclm.es)
University of Bucharest Erasmus
Università degli Studi di Bergamo Erasmus

Incoming mobility (in)

Information about international mobility programs: Erasmus and other non-Erasmus programs

Incoming mobility (in)

Study abroad

Incoming mobility (in)

Cicerone

When foreign students come to Spain, they undergo an adaptation process that sometimes becomes complicated. A personal and informal contact with a UCLM student can greatly facilitate this adaptation. Being a Cicerone student means helping the exchange student settle into a new and different environment. This is a responsibility but also an opportunity to know another culture and to improve your knowledge of the foreign language. As a Cicerone student, we want you to help those who visit us, especially at the beginning of their  stay, which is when they will need your help the most.

National Mobility

National Mobility

Sicue

The SICUE program is a system of students exchange among Spanish universities that facilitates the student to experience different teaching systems, as well as the different social and cultural aspects of other cities and autonomous communities. This exchange of students will be based on trust between institutions, information transparency, reciprocity and flexibility.