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Mobility Programmes

International mobility partnerships

Experiencing international mobility is key to the development of global professionals. The Universidade Europeia encourages the periods of mobility throughout students’ academic careers through an extensive network of international partnerships. The List of partnerships by field of study is updated every six months and can be consulted on the International Office page on the Student Portal.  Students will be able to study at prestigious international universities through different international mobility agreements:

The Erasmus+ programme allows students to travel within Europe, thus gaining a cultural, social, academic and professional perspective regarding the participating countries.

This mobility programme is funded by the European Commission under bilateral agreements, currently around 130. A very significant number of Erasmus scholarships are awarded and all students are recognised for their period of study abroad.

The Universidade Europeia has signed around 100 cooperation agreements with higher education institutions from several countries, namely Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, South Korea, Japan, U.S.A., Mexico, Mozambique, Peru and Thailand. Universidade Europeia has an extensive network of international partnerships which allows not only the exchange of students, teachers and staff, but also other types of initiatives at the level of teaching and research.

The Universidade Europeia Global Programmes include an international semester (usually the last) at prestigious international institutions. The partnerships for each programme can be found on the specific pages of each programme.

International mobility applications 

Every year the International Office organizes a competition for all students wishing to undertake international mobility at one of the partner universities of the Universidade Europeia.  During the competition, information sessions which cover the application process are organised and, whenever possible, students who have already taken part in mobility programmes are present to give their testimony.

This contest takes place in 2 phases:

  • 1st phase - February/March - applications for the 1st and 2nd semester of the following academic year:
  • 2nd phase – September/October - applications for the 2nd semester of the current year (only the remaining vacancies of the first phase are available).

Detailed information about the competition as well as the list of partner institutions by field of study are updated every six months on the Office's page on the Student Portal.

Selection of candidates

Since each partner university has a limit number of vacancies, it is necessary to select candidates. Acceptance Criteria:

Student’s grade average

In relation to the average of the course

Number of ECTS already completed in the course

Divided by the total number of ECTS which can be carried out by the end of the semester prior to the moment of application (number of semesters x 30 ECTS).

Weighting factor

55% (a) + 45% (b)

Scholarships

There is a limited number of Erasmus scholarships. Even if the student does not obtain a grant from the European Commission or other party, he/she can enjoy Erasmus student status. In this way you have all the advantages of the status, except not benefiting from a monetary scholarship. The processing of the scholarships is carried out by the International Office. The selection criteria are the same as those that are used in the selection of destinations.

Credit recognition process

Upon returning, the student must submit a request for accreditation of the courses taken in international mobility by opening a specific form at the Secretary Online/Student Portal. You must attach a Study Recognition Proposal validated by the Course Coordinator and the Certificate issued by the Host University.