Mobility and exchanges | Degree of mobility programmes | European ERASMUS Programme


European Programme Erasmus + 

The new European program Erasmus + 2014-2020 aims to respond to new challenges in a fast changing world, priority two requirements: (a) greater need for skilled workers, and (b) the need to achieve high levels of employment youth.

The academic mobility are focused on learning outcomes and the quality of mobility, and aims to achieve a 20% mobility rate of students in higher education by 2020, 2 million students in higher education.

For more information about the programme Erasmus +, see the Erasmus Programme (European Union) website



Check the 2015-2016 Erasmus + places


What is it?

  • European studies programme in European Union universities, with which the School has agreements.
  • At the end of the exchange period, the School will academically recognize the studies done, on the condition that these have been included and approved in the recognition table agreed prior to the exchange, and that the subjects are available in the School.
  • Internships will have to be completed intensively in Barcelona in the non-exchange semester
  • Students must read and sign the following document: Commitment to international exchange. Erasmus Study Programme.
  • Once the exchange is finished, students must hold an interview with the Vice-Dean of International Relations with the objective of explaining his experience, and fill the international exchange satisfaction survey. In addition to this, provide written, graphic or audiovisual material so the School can circulate and socialize his/her international experience. This interview is a compulsory requirement for the student’s grades to be included in his/her academic record.


Requirements and language preparation

One of the novelties of the program indicators and seeks to know the language level achieved once the mobility. 
The Vice President for Student and International Relations at the Universidad Ramon Llull emailed to students applying for an Erasmus + where the lingua franca is German, French, English, Italian or Dutch a language proficiency test before and after making mobility (licenses online -OLS language support). This is a test to assess the knowledge of language they will study the host university and the student will receive directly the result of the test. The use of these licenses will be obligatory for all mobility Erasmus +.

The European Commission will offer free online language training during the stay (German, French, English, Italian and Dutch).


Who can participate?

• 3rd grade students: type of studies, or studies and practices.
Preferably during the 1st half, but depends depending on the academic program of the university.
• 4th grade students: internships and study mode during the 1st semester.
Mobility for students 4th will be possible only those universities that can offer place to practice.


Eligibility criteria for the international exchange programme:

  • A report by the current year’s tutor
  • A letter of motivation
  • Knowledge of the English language or language of teaching at the destination university or institution at a B1 level.


Duration of exchange

One semester (approx. 4 months)


European Commission Grants

It is very important that students keep in mind that in the application process, selection and solving mobility, Faculty Erasmus + offer places but since the regulations of the European Commission each year varies, it is not possible to guarantee assistance economic fixed.

When the Commission approves the budgets dedicated to Erasmus + from the Vicerrectorado of Students and International Relations of the URL, the students selected will be informed of the aid that has been granted final (September / October).

As a guideline, include standard information in the European Union which, we repeat, is not definitive, but estimated. The grant from Erasmus + European Commission Spanish students during 2015-2016 was established about 250 € / month. Depending on the country of destination (group 1, group 2 or group 3) * and final budgets, students can opt to receive a grant of € 300, € 250 or € 200 a month.

* Programme Countries are divided into the three following groups:

  • Group 1: Countries with higher living costs: Denmark, Ireland, France, Italy, Austria, Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland
  • Group 2: Countries with medium living costs: Belgium, Czech Republic,  Germany,  Greece, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Iceland, Turkey
  • Group 3: Countries with lower living costs: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia



Square mobility will not be definitive until the host university confirming acceptance of the application.

Erasmus + will update the information, according to the information published and approved by the European Commission and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

The student will make the European Health Card and hiring private insurance offered by the Rector of the URL (approx. 11€ / month). 



Find witnesses mobility on the website of International Relations and at the International Cooperation blog and the catalog of degrees of the Faculty!

Grup d’estudiants internacionals a VIA University College Viborg, Dinamarca"Going on Erasmus is an unforgettable experience. Having the opportunity of studying, getting to know another culture, language, people from difference countries, different ways of living, another teaching method... you can only have that if you have the opportunity of going abroad. The experience I had in Denmark was an impressive personal and educational enrichment, which I wouldn’t have had if I didn’t go. And most importantly: the English language. Over the days, you realize that your level is improving and that the fear you might have at the beginning disappears.

Going abroad helps you to feel adult, independent, as you have to figure out everything yourself. For this reason, I recommend it to everyone, since it’s great seeing what you’re capable of doing and the difficulties you manage to face. It’s like living in another world, because you forget about everything and you’re surrounded by new people, a new environment and yourself.

When I was there, the university, the Danish students and the staff responsible for international students made me feCampus VIA University College Viborg, Dinamarcael at home. They are very well-organized and the coordination with the university of origin is excellent. You needn’t be afraid of anything because any foreigner is greeted with open arms, wherever you go. What you need to leave is having an open mind, wanting to know, being positive, adaptable, flexible, and make the most of and learn from every experience and situation.”

Cristina Viñals. Social Education student and Erasmus at the VIA University College Viborg (Denmark), 2011-2012

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