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Upon arrival

See related information and the steps to perform the exchange:

 

In order to perform an exchange program at the ETSEIB, there must be a bilateral agreement within the ETSEIB and your home university.

Welcome Week

Attendance is mandatory. Dates:
  • Autumn semester: Mid September
  • Spring semester: first week February
Follow the links on this page to check the programme of this academic course.

Getting ready for registration

The student needs to check the following information about courses:

  • Information sheet
  • Schedule and groups
  • Language of instruction
  • Exams dates

Enrollment

Students will receive an e-mail with an ID number for his/her registration and the exact date and time. On the enrollment day:

 

  • the student must deliver the requested documents:

      • Personal nomination letter
      • Transcript of records
      • Curriculum vitae
      • 2 Learning agreements (original and copy)
      • Copy of Passport or ID Card
      • Copy of European Health Card or International Medical Insurance
      • Certificate of enrolment at the home institution
      • Admission letter (only for non EU/EEA)
  • the student must register the courses according to the learning agreement after classes started according the following:
      • academic workload must be between 15 and 30 per semester
      • double degree students should meet the Vice-Dean for Internationalisation in order to discuss their study plan at the ETSEIB, that once approved, can not be modified.

         

No tuition fees are payable by exchange students studying at the ETSEIB through Erasmus or bilateral agreements (check exceptions)
Follow the links on this page to know more abouth registration.

During exchange

Students registered can use:
  • Atenea
  • e-Secretaria
  • services of the School
Follow the links on this page for further information.

The Vice-director for the Internationalization has office hours for mobility students every Wednesday from 12.30 to 13:30h (building H-1st floor)

Insurance

  • EU students. Students with a nationality from the European Union (or Norway or Switzerland) need to have the European Health Card and an additional private insurance that covers for your stay and that includes health assistance, accident, repatriation and civil responsibility.

  • Non EU-students. Need to have the private insurance that includes health assistance, accident, repatriation, civil responsibility.