You can participate in an academic mobility if you are taking any of the degrees offered by FIB and you meet the requirements:
Briefly, this is what you can do during your academic stay (maximum 60 ECTS):
42 ECTS (between EC + SEC) + 18 ECTS TFG
12 ECTS EC + 18 ECTS SEC (if applicable) + 30 ECTS TFM
12 ECTS EC + 18 ECTS TFM
30 ECTS TFM
Before requesting a mobility place, make sure you meet the requirements to participate.
Check the calls to the various mobility programmes in the mobility calendar to know what the procedure to request a place is and all the relevant information.
To do the place assignment, requesting students will be ranked taking into account the mean grade, the alpha performance parameter of the last two semesters and the number of credits pending to end the studies. Mobility places will be assigned in this order according to the preferences stated in your petition and depending on the place availability.
The resolution will be communicated via e-mail.
Once you get assigned the mobility place, you will have to accept it through the e-Secretaria (obviously only if you have requested it through the e-Secretaria). Failure to accept before the deadline will imply the resignation of the mobility place.
Check the website of the host university, find the Exchange or Incoming Students sections and prepare all the required documentation for the academic exchange. If you don't find it, get in touch with the International Relations Area of the destination university and ask what you have to do.
Fill in the application form of the destination university. You have to send it in before a deadline, which is different for every university.
Check the host university's website what subjects they offer to exchange students. When you have the list of possible subjects to take, you will have to meet with the Vice-dean for Students to fill in the learning agreement. It is usually sent together with the application form and the rest of the required documents.
If you take courses:
If you have to do the TFG or TFM:
If you are requested a transcript of records, you can ask it for free via the e-Secretaria. You should request the ECTS certificate in English.
Once you send the application form with the required documentation, you have to wait for the host university to resolve it. If you are accepted, you will be notified with an acceptance letter or an e-mail. Send it to us immediately (by hand, scanned and by e-mail...). Check the dates indicated are the correct ones for your stay.
From there, we will be able to issue your mobility credential depending on the type of mobility programme.
Through the e-Secretaria you can print the financial agreement, which you'll have to sign and hand in at the FIB International Relations Area. The document has to be original.
UPC has an agreement with On campus and offers an insurance for all the stay for an economical price. In case of having a private insurance, the beneficiary will have to handle a certificate issued by the insurance company which at least takes into account the next coverages:
In the period the Erasmus+ grant call is open, you will find the request procedure in the e-Secretaria. If the call is when your stay has begun, you will have to sign it and send it scanned to .
At the UPC Mobility Office (Telecom square), they'll inform you about:
It is essential that FIB keeps a copy or original of these documents, depending on the case, because you won't be able to leave if not.
Before the start and the end of your stay, you will receive an e-mail to do the language test. This test is compulsory, but the result is merely informative.
You have to enrol the day and hour you are assigned via the e-Secretaria. Remember that you only pay enrolment at FIB and not at your destination university. Conditions