• Pre-enrolment 2017

Erasmus Studies Programme - Outgoing students

Informative meetings

Students that have been assigned a mobility stay for a/y 2018/2019 are invited to the informative sessions that will be held on March 26th, 27th and 28th

It is the student's responsibility to submit the application to the host university in due time. Time and place of each session can be consulted in the following link

Informative meetings distributed by campus and degree (March 2018).

Erasmus Studies Mobility programme

UV 15th International Week

From the 13th to the 17th of November, the 15th International Week of the University of Valencia will take place. During this week, the International Relations and Cooperation Service, with the collaboration of all the Faculties and Schools of the University, will announce to all students the exchange programs for foreign exchange stays in the course 2018-2019.

This initiative aims to promote that our students make a stay in Europe (Erasmus Estudis Program), in other continents (International Program) or in Spain (SICUE Program). It will also be informed about the Erasmus Practices Program and the international mobility of PAS and PDI.

All interested students and staff are encouraged to enjoy the experience of an international stay and to participate in all activities and organized talks.

Activities to be carried out:

         Blasco Ibáñez Campus: November 13th - 13:00 h - Faculty of Philology, Saló de Graus

         Campus de Burjassot: November 16th - 9:30 h - Faculty of Pharmacy, Saló de Graus
         Blasco Ibáñez Campus: November 17th - 9:30 h - Faculty of Geography, Classroom F1.1

         Burjassot Campus: November 16th - 11:00 h - Faculty of Pharmacy, Saló de Graus
         Blasco Ibáñez Campus: November 17th  - 12:00 h - Faculty of Geography, Classroom F1.1

Erasmus Studies General Information for A/Y 2018-2019

Grants can be given for a stay abroad. These have changed in the new programme. Among other goals, the new programme aims to improve the quality and to enhance the linguistic skills of students. To this end, a series of measures have been planned, such as online language courses for students or the option to take (non-binding) assessments tests before and after the Erasmus stays. 

Requirements for participating in Erasmus Programmes

  • Applicants must be nationals of one of the countries that participate in the Erasmus Programme (the 28 European Union Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and the Republic of Macedonia). Nationals of third countries also can participate if they have a valid residence permit for living in Spain during the mobility period.
  • Applicants must be enroled on official undergraduate degrees studies of the UV, both when they submit the application form and during the stay in the host university.
  • Applicants must have completed 42 credits in the corresponding curriculum, at the end of the academic year 2015/2016.
  • Students who are beneficiaries of another mobility programme with the University of Valencia during the academic year 2017/2018 (SICUE or International Programme), excluding the Erasmus Programme for Work Placements.
  • Students must accredit their language level and be accepted by the host institution. (See more information on the document: Linguistic Requirements for Mobility Programs). 
  • Students and staff members may do the Erasmus programme more than once as long as they do not exceed 12 months in total. In the degrees of Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry, the maximum is 24 months per cycle. 

Selection criteria

In the Erasmus Studies programme, the Mobility  Committee for each School or Faculty ranks candidates according to some previsously approved criteria, which can be checked here. Among other criteria relevant to each school or faculty, these will include the students' average grade for the academic year 2015-2016, their enrolment in Academic High-Performance Groups (ARA), and their participation in the Mentoring Programme for incoming international students. 

Possible destinations and duration of the stay

Mobility periods will be granted in accordance with the duration of stay established in the bilateral agreement between the UV and the host university.These can be checked in the list of destinations for each degree in the Student Services Website: https://webges.uv.es/uvPortalUVWeb/.  Students can do 1st semester, 2nd semester or full-year stays.

Degree coordinators

Before choosing destination, the possible queries about the studies that students wish to make can be consulted with the different coordinators.

Centre coordinators

Each centre has a coordinator who promotes and encourages mobility. If there is no degree coordinator the centre coordinator will take her/his functions.



Erasmus Studies General Information for the academic year 2017-2018

Grants can be given for a stay abroad. These have changed in the new programme. Among other goals, the new programme aims to improve the quality and to enhance the linguistic skills of students. To this end, a series of measures have been planned, such as online language courses for students or the option to take (non-binding) assessments tests before and after the Erasmus stays. 

Requirements for participating in Erasmus Programmes

  • Applicants must be nationals of one of the countries that participate in the Erasmus Programme (the 28 European Union Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and the Republic of Macedonia). Nationals of third countries also can participate if they have a valid residence permit for living in Spain during the mobility period.
  • Applicants must be enroled on official undergraduate degrees studies of the UV, both when they submit the application form and during the stay in the host university.
  • Applicants must have completed 42 credits in the corresponding curriculum, at the end of the academic year 2015/2016.
  • Students who are beneficiaries of another mobility programme with the University of Valencia during the academic year 2017/2018 (SICUE or International Programme), excluding the Erasmus Programme for Work Placements.
  • Students must accredit their language level and be accepted by the host institution. (See more information on the document: Linguistic Requirements for Mobility Programs). 
  • Students and staff members may do the Erasmus programme more than once as long as they do not exceed 12 months in total. In the degrees of Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry, the maximum is 24 months per cycle. 

Selection criteria

In the Erasmus Studies programme, the Mobility  Committee for each School or Faculty ranks candidates according to some previsously approved criteria, which can be checked here. Among other criteria relevant to each school or faculty, these will include the students' average grade for the academic year 2015-2016, their enrolment in Academic High-Performance Groups (ARA), and their participation in the Mentoring Programme for incoming international students. 

Possible destinations and duration of the stay

Mobility periods will be granted in accordance with the duration of stay established in the bilateral agreement between the UV and the host university.These can be checked in the list of destinations for each degree in the Student Services Website: https://webges.uv.es/uvPortalUVWeb/.  Students can do 1st semester, 2nd semester or full-year stays.  

UV 14th International Week

The UV 14th International Week will take place from the 14th to the 18th of November. During this week, the International Relations and Cooperation Service, in collaboration with all the Faculties and Schools of the University, will make all the exchange programmes for stays abroad known to students.
This initiative aims to encourage our students to carry out stays in Europe (through the Programme Erasmus Studies), to other continents (through the International Programme) or in Spain (SICUE Programme). Students will be informed on the Erasmus Placement Programme and on international stays of PAS and PDI.

All interested students and staff members are encouraged to enjoy the experience of an international stay and to participate in all organised activities and talks organised.

Activities scheduled:

  1. Campus Burjassot: 17 de november at 13.00 h, Aula AI 12 Planta baixa Aulari Interfacultatiu
  2. Campus Tarongers: 18 de november at 13.00 h. Aula 101 de l'Aulari Nord

Degree coordinators

Before choosing destination, the possible queries about the studies that students wish to make can be consulted with the different coordinators.

Centre coordinators

Each centre has a coordinator who promotes and encourages mobility. If there is no degree coordinator the centre coordinator will take her/his functions.

 

 

2018/2019 Erasmus Studies Call

2018/2019 Erasmus Study Call

Resolution for assignment of mobility stays and grants

Assignment  and acceptation of mobility stays

Destinations must be accepted through ENTREU from March 26th on until May 15th. Look for "Expedient Beca Erasmus Estudis 2018-19 – Acceptació"  and write down your user and password. Acceptation is mandatory, otherwise the destination will be assigned to another student.

At the end you will get a bill. Then you must click on the "notifications" icon (see image below) and you'll be able to get your nominating certificate and, eventually, the language score if you took the language exams on December 17.

How to get the your mobility documents

Informative meetings

Students that have been assigned a mobility stay for a/y 2018/2019 are invited to the informative sessions that will be held on March 26th, 27th and 28th

It is the student's responsibility to submit the application to the host university in due time. Time and place of each session can be consulted in the following link

Informative meetings distributed by campus and degree (March 2018).

List of submitted applications and list of not accepted applications

List of not accepted applications (15/01/2018)

Complete list of applications and general criteria (17/01/2018)

Accepted language certificates and B1 language tests

List of accepted language certificates and students that can take each language test

Information about the B1 tests scheduled for December 16th

Submission of applications

Call Resolution from the Vice Rector for Internationalization and Cooperation

Applications must be submitted from  November 13th to 30th, 2017
Applications must be submitted online through Portal Serveis Estudiant

How to submit your application 

 Centre d'Idiomes B2 exams for undergraduate Erasmus studies Call

Registration: from Augost 2nd to September 15th

Exam: September 30th


2017/2018 Erasmus Study Call

Assignment  and acceptation of mobility stays

Destinations must be accepted through ENTREU from March 27th on until May 15th. Look for "Expediente Erasmus Estudis 2017-18 – Aceptación"  and write down your user and password. Acceptation is mandatory, otherwise the destination can be assigned to another student.

At the end you will get a bill. Then you must click on the "notifications" icon (see imgage below) and you'll be able to get your nominating certificate and, eventually, the language score if you took the language exams on December 17.

How to get the your mobility documents

Informative Meetings

Stuedents that have been assigned a mobility stay for a/y 2017/2018 are invited to the informative sessions that will be held on March 27th, 28th and 29th

It is the student's responsibility to submit the application to the host university in due time. Time and place of each session can be consulted in the following link

Informative meetings distributed by campus and degree (March 2017).

Applications processing: accepted and non accepted lists

Regarding the rejected appliations and the general assesment criteria, claims can be submitted untill January the 27th through the Registre d'Entrada de la Universitat de València.

Rejected applications list (20/01/2016)

Accpeted applications lists and general assesment criteria (20/01/2016)

Linguistic accreditations list (24/01/2017)

Submission of applications

Call Resolution from the Vice Rector for Internationalization and Cooperation

Applications must be submitted from  November 14th to 30th, 2016
Applications must be submitted online through Portal Serveis Estudiant

How to submit your application 


2016/2017 Erasmus Study Call

Assignment  and acceptation of mobility stays

Destinations must be accepted through ENTREU from March 22h on until May 15th. Look for "Expediente Erasmus Estudis 2016-2017"  and write down your user and password.

At the end you will get a bill. Then you must click on the "notifications" icon (see imgage below) and you'll be able to get your nominating certificate and, eventually, the language score if you took the language exams on December 19.

How to get the your mobility documents

Informative Sessions

Informatives Sessions: campus and  degree (April 2016).

It is very important to attend any of the informative meetings. Information about future procedure will be given.

The student bears the responsibility to apply to the assigned university. To be accepted student must follow the instructions and deadline given by the assigned university.

Call Processing

Lists of students who have to take the language tests on Des 19th. (15/12/2015)

List of students who have accredited their language knowledge. (15/12/2015)

Applications processing: accepted and non accepted lists

Regarding the rejected appliations and the general assessment criteria, claims can be submitted until January the 28th through the Registre d'Entrada de la Universitat de València.

Rejected applications list (18/01/2016)

Accpeted applications lists and general assesment criteria (18/01/2016)

International second year double degree application list (18/01/2016)

Submission of applications

Call Resolution from the Vice Rector for Internationalization and Cooperation

Resolution for budget increase (7/10/2016)

Applications must be submitted from  November 16th to December 3th, 2015
Applications must be submitted online through Portal Serveis Estudiant

How to submit your application (2014 version)


2015/2016 Erasmus Studies Call

Call Resolution from the Vice Rector for Internationalization and Cooperation

Submission of applications

Applications must be submitted from  November 17th to December 4th, 2014
Applications must be submitted online through Portal Serveis Estudiant

How to submit your application

Assignment of mobility places

  • It is very important ot attend any of the informatives meetings. Information about future procedures will be given.
  • Destination must be accepted through ENTREU from  March 25th on.
  • The student bears the responsabilty to apply to the assigned university. To be accepted student must follow the instructions and deadline given by the assigned university.

Lists regarding languages

Application processing: accepted and rejected


Language Support Erasmus+ year 2014-2015

Within the Erasmus + programme, students taking part in an Erasmus mobility action studies (Bachelor or Master) and Erasmus Placement must take language tests in the teaching  language of the host university and, in some cases, they will be offered a course in such language.

For the 2014-2015 academic year, this is limited to students who will incorporate as from January 1st,2015 and in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian and Dutch.

Detailed information of Erasmus Language Support+  

2014/2015 Erasmus Studies Call

Call resolution from the Vice Rector for International Relations and Cooperation:

Submission of applications

Applications must be submitted from the 11th to the 26th November, 2013.
Applications must be submitted online through Portal Serveis Estudiants

How to apply

Applicants' lists and procedure

Lists of mobilities assigned

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2013/2014 Erasmus Studies Call

Resolution from the Vice Rector for International Relations and Cooperation:

Submission of applications

Applications must be submitted from the 5th to the 26th November, 2012.
Applications must be submitted online through Portal de l'alumne

How to apply

Languages lists and procedure

Applications lists and procedure

Grants and financial support

Scholarships a/y 2018-2019

General information

The Erasmus study program has monthly financial aid for students. These grants are assistance to cover accommodation, meals and travel of students participating in the program. The scholarship does not cover expenses in its entirety. In addition, students are exempt from any academic fees. Regarding administrative or examination fees students should be treated like local students. The receiving institution will guarantee access to laboratory and library facilities on the mobility period. 

Main financial support comes from the European Union. For the academic year 2018-2019, scholarship is stablished according to the country of the receiving institution. The scholarship is between 200 and 300 Euros per month. Former General Scholars Ministry during 2017-2018 get extra aid as much as 200 Euros per month.

Students with disabilities are advised to apply for special needs grants. 

The University of Valencia also allocates part of its budget to Erasmus grants. More specifically, it allocates funds to ensure that students that have their entire year abroad receive extra funding.

Here you can check a summary on Erasmus grants for the summary next academic year 2018-2019.
And here you will find a summary chart about them.

Specific information

Scholarships European Union-SEPIE

The European Union awards financial aid to students without specific application. The European Union grant is based on the standards of living within the host country and according to the following three groups:

    Individual monthly aid
Group 1. High cost of living Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden 300 € 
Group 2. Medium cost of living Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal, 250 € 
Group 3. Low cost of living Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatioa, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Turkey 200 €

The aid provided in the table above will increase in 200 € per month for beneficiaries of a general scholarship of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in the a/y 2017-2018.

The student receives automatically individual aid from the European Union just for being an Erasmus student. There is no need to submit any additional application

Find out more on EU grants at SEPIE .

University of Valencia Erasmus grant for full academic year

In 2018-2019 year students will receive the following aid:

  Without MEC grant on 2017-18 With MEC grant on 2017-18
Group 1. High cost of living 600 € 1.000 € 
Group 2. Medium cost of living 500 € 900 € 
Group 3. Low cost of living  400 € 800 €

Following the incorporation to the receiving institutions, students must provide a "Certificate of incorporation" in order to receive their financial aid, given in one single payment. 

Erasmus for mobility studies students will be provided with this help meaning no additional application will be requested. 

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus Scholarships 

The Generalitat Valenciana has published in the DOGV on June 21st, 2018, the call for grants to complement scholarships for student mobility activities for studies of the Erasmus + program for student mobility of students In the 2018-2019 course.

Students should not submit any application. The universities are in charge of presenting a request with the relevant information of the students that fulfill the requirements of the call. Subsequently, the Ministry of Education will publish a resolution with the list of applicants that students must consult to verify that they are included.

To be a beneficiary, you must have administrative residence in a municipality of the Valencian Community.

Non-EU foreign students will have to prove the status of residents but will be excluded from being beneficiaries of those who are in a situation of stay or residence for studies. For this reason, all foreign non-EU students must send a scanned copy of their residence permit to the post erasmus.estudis@uv.es

Publication in the DOGV

List of awarded students: DOGV (to be published)

Scholarships Santander International Double Degree

They are aids to double international degree students who do not have scholarships Erasmus studies of the University of Valencia in the 2017-18 course.

More information

Grant for special needs 

The students who have been recognized a percentage of disability equal or superior to 33% can apply for special grants that replace the general support of the European Union. If the percentage of disability is equal or greater than 65% may also request additional aid.

The student has to submit his/her application to the university Universitat de València, through IRO e-mail  pagos.erasmus@uv.es paper based through the Registre General (www.uv.es/registre). The relevant documents must be attached: responsible statement (page 6 at the application), certificate of disability and additional expenses budget if needed.

Deadline for submissions: February 28th, 2019

Application Procedure (to be published in october)

Assignment criteria and amounts (to be published in october)

Application Form for special needs (to be published in october)


 

Scholarships A/Y 2017-2018

General information

The Erasmus study program has monthly financial aid for students. These grants are assistance to cover accommodation, meals and travel of students participating in the program. The scholarship does not cover expenses in its entirety. In addition, students are exempt from any academic fees. Regarding administrative or examination fees students should be treated like local students. The receiving institution will guarantee access to laboratory and library facilities on the mobility period. 

Main financial support comes from the European Union. For the academic year 2017-2018, scholarship is stablished according to the country of the receiving institution. The scholarship is between 200 and 300 Euros per month. Former General Scholars Ministry during 2016-2017 get extra aid as much as 175 Euros per month.

Students with disabilities are advised to apply for special needs grants. 

The University of Valencia also allocates part of its budget to Erasmus grants. More specifically, it allocates funds to ensure that students that have their entire year abroad receive extra funding.

Notice about the grant increase for full course Erasmus Stuidies stays in year 2017-2018

Here you can check a summary on Erasmus grants for the summary next academic year 2016-2017.
And here you will find a summary chart about them.

Specific information

Scholarships European Union-SEPIE

The European Union awards financial aid to students without specific application. The European Union grant is based on the standards of living within the host country and according to the following three groups:

    Individual monthly aid
Group 1. High cost of living Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden 300 € 
Group 2. Medium cost of living Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Czech Republic, 250 € 
Group 3. Low cost of living Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania 200 €

The aid provided in the table above will increase in 175 Euros per month for beneficiaries of a scholarship general of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in the 2016-2017 course students.

The student automatically receives individual aid from the European Union just for being an Erasmus student. There is no need to submit any additional application

Find out more on EU grants at SEPIE .

University of Valencia Erasmus grant for full academic year

In 2017-2017 year students will receive the following aid:

  Without MEC grant on 2016-17  With MEC grant on 2016-17 
Group 1. High cost of living 600 € 950 € 
Group 2. Medium cost of living 500 € 850 € 
Group 3. Low cost of living  400 € 750 €

Following the incorporation to the receiving institutions, students must provide a "Certificate of incorporation" in order to receive their financial aid, given in one single payment. 

Erasmus for mobility studies students will be provided with this help meaning no additional application will be requested. 

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus Scholarships 

The Generalitat Valenciana has published in the DOGV on August 1, 2017, the call for grants to complement scholarships for student mobility activities for studies of the Erasmus + program for student mobility of students In the 2017-2018 course.

Students should not submit any application. The universities are in charge of presenting a request with the relevant information of the students that fulfill the requirements of the call. Subsequently, the Ministry of Education will publish a resolution with the list of applicants that students must consult to verify that they are included.

To be a beneficiary, you must have administrative residence in a municipality of the Valencian Community.

Non-EU foreign students will have to prove the status of residents but will be excluded from being beneficiaries of those who are in a situation of stay or residence for studies. For this reason, all foreign non-EU students must send a scanned copy of their residence permit to the post erasmus.estudis@uv.es

Publication in the DOGV

List of awarded students: DOGV

Scholarships Santander International Double Degree

They are aids to double international degree students who do not have scholarships Erasmus studies of the University of Valencia in the 2017-18 course.

More information

Grant for special needs 

The students who have been recognized a percentage of disability equal or superior to 33% can apply for special grants that replace the general support of the European Union. If the percentage of disability is equal or greater than 65% may also request additional aid.

The student has to submit his/her application to the university Universitat de València, through IRO e-mail  pagos.erasmus@uv.es paper based through the Registre General (www.uv.es/registre). The relevant documents must be attached: responsible statement (page 6 at the application), certificate of disability and additional expenses budget if needed.

Deadline for submissions: February 28th, 2018

Application Procedure

Assignment criteria and amounts

Application Form for special needs


Scholarships A/Y 2016-2017 

General information

The Erasmus study program has monthly financial aid for students. These grants are assistance to cover accommodation, meals and travel of students participating in the program. The scholarship does not cover expenses in its entirety. In addition, students are exempt from any academic, administrative or examination fees. The receiving institution will guarantee access to laboratory and library facilities on the mobility period. 

Main financial support comes from the European Union. For the academic year 2016-2017, scholarship is estabilshed according to the country of the receiving institution. The scholarship is between 200 and 300 euros per month. Former General Scholars Ministry during 2015-2016 get 100 euros per month. The University of Valencia ensures that full course students receive 9 months scholarship.

Students with disabilities are advised to apply for special needs grants. 

The University of Valencia also allocates part of its budget to Erasmus grants. More specifically, it allocates funds to ensure that students have their entire year abroad covered financially. 

Here you can check a summary on Erasmus grants for the summary next academic year 2016-2017.
And here you will find a summary chart about them.

Specific information

Scholarships European Union-SEPIE

The European Union awards financial aid to students without specific application. The European Union grant is based on the standards of living within the host country and according to the following three groups:

    Financial aid per month
Group 1. High cost of living Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden 300 € 
Group 2. Midium cost of living Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey 250 € 
Group 3. Low cost of living Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania 200 €

The aid provided in the table above will increase more than 100 euros per month for beneficiaries of a scholarship general of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in the 2015-2016 course students.

The student automatically receives aid from the European Union for the fact that Erasmus student. Should not present any additional request.

All the information in the document SEPIE on EU grants.

University of Valencia for full academic year scholarships

In the 2016-2017 course students will receive the following aid:

  • Students with semestre-long stays (first or second semester): 350 euros
  • Students with annual stays: 700 euros

Following the incorporation to the receiving institutions, students must provide a "Certificate of incoporation" in order to receive their financial aid, given in one single payment. 

Erasmus for mobility studies students will e provided with this help meaning no additional application will be requested. 

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus Scholarships 

The Generalitat Valenciana has published in the DOCV num7831 of July 19, 2016, the call for aid to supplement scholarships for student mobility activity by studies of Erasmus + program in 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 courses. The student must not submit an application, as the University of Valencia directly manage.
The grant will be made by the Generalitat Valenciana and published in the DOCV within six months. The University of Valencia personally communicate the results to the beneficiaries.

Publication in the DOCV

 

Scholarships Santander International Double Degree

They are aids to double international degree students who do not have scholarships Erasmus studies of the University of Valencia in the 2016-17 course.

This scholarship replaces previous scholarships VLC / Campus double degree.

More information

 

Grant for special needs 

The students who have a recognized percentage of disability equal or superior to 33% can apply for special grants that replace the general support of the European Union. If the percentage of disability is equal or greater than 65% may also request additional aid.

The student has to submit his/her application to the university Universitat de València, through IRO e-mail  pagos.erasmus@uv.es paper based through the Registre General (www.uv.es/registre). The relevant documents must be attached: responsible statement (page 6 at the application), certificat of disability and additional expenses budget if needed.

Deadline: February, 28, 2017

Application Procedure

Assignment criteria and amounts.

Application Form for special needs

Scholarships  A/Y 2015-2016

General information

The Erasmus program offers financial aid studies of monthly allowance for students. These aids help to cover accommodation, meals and travel for students participating in the program. In no case  financial grants are to cover the total costs. In addition , students are exempt from paying the host university any amount in respect of tuition fees or administrative exams or access to laboratories and libraries.

The most important aid students receive is coming from the European Union. For the academic year 2015-2016 the basic monthly amount of this grant is set depending on where it is mobility. The grant is between 200 and 300 euros per month and may be higher for some students -Becaris General of the Ministry during 2014-15. Disabled students must submit an application for especials needs.

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport has established a new form of scholarship " Erasmus.es " only for those students who meet certain requirements: have a B2 certificate in teaching language and have passed 60 credits among other ones. These grants have a higher amount of 100 euros in aid than the ones from  EU and are incompatible with them .

The UV also allocates part of its budget for Erasmus. Specifically, the funds allocated to ensure that students have yearly mobilities receive extra funds.

Here you can view a Summary about Erasumus grants for next academic year 2015-2016.
And here you will find a Summary chart about them.

Every UV student that has been assigned an Erasmus Studies mobility for A/Y 2014-2015 can check the grants he or she has been assigned in the following list. You need to know your NPA (sutudent's personal number). You can find it in the Virtual Secretary webpage right below your picture. Remember that you can use the "find" utility to look for your NPA:

 

Specific information

UE-SEPIE scholarships

Erasmus.es (MECD) scholarships

Universitat de València for full academic year scholarships

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus scholarships

VLC Campus scholarships

Grant for special needs

UE-SEPIE Grant

It is the European Union grant, application is not needed. The European Union has established a ranking of countries based on the cost of living and allocates grants according to the cost of living. Some administrations have adapted their calls to this classification

Group 1. High cost of living

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden
Group 2. Midium cost of living Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey
Group 3. Low cost of living Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania

No application needed, monthly ammount in euros (maximum 5 months):

  Basic aid Granted MECD 2014-2015
Group 1 300 +100
Group 2 250 +100
Group 3 200 +100

Acces to original information: check SEPIE document about UE grants .

Erasmus.es (MECD) grant

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport has announced grants for mobility Erasmus.es during 2015-2016. These grants are incompatible with grants from the EU-SEPIE, you can only receive one of the two. It must be borne in mind that the grants Erasmus.es have a monthly 100 euros higher than the EU-SEPIE and pay a maximum of five months.

Provisional results of the grants and procedures:

http://www.mecd.gob.es/servicios-al-ciudadano-mecd/catalogo-servicios/becas-ayudas-subvenciones/movilidad/de-estudiantes/universitarios/grado/erasmus-es.html

Here you can find the rules and regulations.

The three most important requirements are:

  1.     Having awarded a mobility grant awarded for the academic year 2015-2016 Erasmsu
  2.     Have completed at least 60 credits in the degree of mobility
  3.     Have a certificate of knowledge of the language of instruction of the host university level B2 or higher. (Read the note below regarding languages)

How to apply for the scholarship? The website of the Ministry until 29 May 2015.

https://sede.educacion.gob.es/ => Procedures and Services => Grants>Mobility Grants

Notice regarding languages

Although the procedure is the responsibility of the Ministry, the University of Valencia should report on whether the student has a mobility grant, has completed 60 credits and if he/she has a B2 or higher certificate.

In relation to certificates of B2 or higher, students and those students who present a certificate of language to call for Erasmus mobility grants do not have to resubmit it. The University of Valencia have officially informed certificate. Below you can check if your certificate was recognized and what level:

List of students accredited for English

List of students accredited for French

List of students accredited for Italian

List of students accredited for German

The student must have a certificate of B2 or higher in the  teaching language at the host university but it does not appear recognized in these lists he or she must submitt a copy to be checked by the University of Valencia, adressed to the Servei de Relacions Internacionals through the General Register and accompanied by a copy of the receipt of the grant application Erasmus.es, before the 29th of May.

Universitat de València grant for full year mobilities

In the 2015-2016 academic year students who have a full year mobility will received a maximum of four months of the monthly amount as follows:

Group 1 300 €
Group 2 250 €
Group 3 200 €

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus Grant

The Generalitat Valenciana has published in the DOCV num7831 of July 19, 2016, the call for aid to supplement scholarships for student mobility activity by studies of Erasmus + program in 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 courses. The student must not submit an application, as the University of Valencia directly manage.
The grant will be made by the Generalitat Valenciana and published in the DOCV within six months. The University of Valencia personally communicate the results to the beneficiaries.

Publication in the DOCV

VLC Campus Grants  -New-

This call offers scholarships for international mobility in the frame of the "Valencia Campus of Excellence" programme. They are aimed to double international degree students. They should have been awarded with a 6-month Erasmus Studies mobility grant for A/Y 2015-2016.

The list of suitable candidates will be elaborated by the International Relations Service. The candidates will received a notice about that. No application is needed.

Call text

Rules and regulations

Assignment Resolution

Annex. Lista of beneficiaries

Acceptaiión Form

Grant for special needs -New-

Student with an officially recongized handicapped percentage more than 33% can ask for special grant.  Should the percentage exceed the 65% they can also ask for an additional grant igual. Applications must be submitted to Servei de Relacions Internacionals de la Universitat de València.

SEPIE. Grant for special needs

UV. Processing of grant for special needs.

Application Form

Fórmula Santander Grants

There will not be call anymore.

Beques NILS-EEA

There will not be call anymore.


Scholarships  A/Y 2014-2015

General information 

The Erasmus program offers financial aid studies of monthly allowance for students. These aids help to cover accommodation, meals and travel for students participating in the program. In no case  financial grants are to cover the total costs. In addition , students are exempt from paying the host university any amount in respect of tuition fees or administrative exams or access to laboratories and libraries.

The most important aid students receive is coming from the European Union. For the academic year 2014-2015 the basic monthly amount of this grant is set depending on where it is mobility. The grant is between 200 and 300 euros per month and may be higher for some students -Becaris General of the Ministry during 2013-14. Disabled students must submit an application for especials needs.

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport has established a new form of scholarship " Erasmus.es " only for those students who meet certain requirements: have a B2 certificate in teaching language and have passed 60 credits among other ones. These grants have a higher amount of 100 euros in aid than the ones from  EU and are incompatible with them .

The UV also allocates part of its budget for Erasmus. Specifically, the funds allocated to ensure that students have yearly mobilities receive extra funds.

Here you can view a Summary about Erasumus grants for next academic year 2014-2015.
And here you will find a Summary chart about them.

Every UV student that has been assigned an Erasmus Studies mobility for A/Y 2014-2015 can check the grants he or she has been assigned in the following list. You need to know your NPA (sutudent's personal number). You can find it in the Virtual Secretary webpage right below your picture. Remember that you can use the "find" utility to look for your NPA:

Generalitat Valenciana Erasmus grants

Assignment resolution of additional aid call by Generalitat Valenciana to students who have a scholarship Erasmus studies during 2014-15. As soon as Universitat de València recived the money it will be transferred to the beneficiaries accounts.

The Generalitat Valenciana has published the call for additional aid to students who have a scholarship Erasmus studies during 2014-15 .

The student do not need to submit any application since it is the UV students who submit applications. Processing and awarding these grants corresponds to the Conselleria d'Educació, Cultura i Esport.

It is expected that the aid will be resolved within three months. Notice of awarding resolution will be publishe in our website. The criteria for ranking the applications are the ones specified in the call, especially record average grade

Monthly amount of aid (maximum 5 months):

Països grup 1 120 €
Països grup 2 100 €
Països grup 3 80 €

Grants for especials needs

Student with an officially recongized handicapped percentage more than 33% can ask for special grant.  Should the percentage exceed the 65% they can also ask for an additional grant igual. Applications must be submitted to Servei de Relacions Internacionals de la Universitat de València.

For further information about special needs grant

Acces to application form

Especific information about Erasmus.es (MECD) mobility grants

Erasmus.es mobility grants are funded by MECD for students of institutions of higher education, under the Erasmus+ High Educations Programme. You can acces to the information through the Erasmus.es webpage.

It has been published the provisional resolution of Erasmus.es mobility grants, 2014-2015.

More information by clicking here.

This is a Ministerio de Educación call. They manage every respect such us concession or payment. The Universitat de València does not have information but the information published by Ministerio de Educación. You can write to the Ministerio throygh the following e-mail erasmus.es@mecd

The Ministry of Education has published de definitive Resolution for assignment of Erasmus.es grants. Any claim must be adressed to the Ministry of Education.

Full Resolution 

Erasmus: Useful documentation 2018/2019

  1. Before you go.
  2. On your arrival to the host university.
  3. On your return to Valencia
  4. Other documents and recommendations.

Important: grant couldn't be paid unless the student follows carefully these instructions and submit the due documents at every step.

 1. Before you go.

Erasmus Studies Briefings on March, 2018
Presentation Video of the procedures before the Erasmus Studies Stay 2016-2017

  • Accept the 2018-2019 Erasmus Studies grant through the application Entreu. You have to entre in the procedure “Erasmus Studies Record 2018-2019  Acceptance” and fill in a simple application form. You will only need to include: the 24 digits (IBAN) of your bank account, (of which you have to be the holder) where you want to cash the grant, the teaching language in which you will receive the lessons in the host university and the personal data (also ID) of the person we have to contact with in case of emergency. When finishing the acceptance, you will receive a pdf document with the receipt of acceptance and another pdf document with the official appointment of the allocated Erasmus Studies place and, if appropriate, the certified of having passed some of the languages exams you took on 16 December 2017.


How to get the acceptance documents

  • Formalise your Learning Agreement with the Mobility Academic Coordinator. You can find the list of academic coordinators at this link http://ir.uv.es/j3n0eh1. The contract contains the subjects list that you will carry out abroad and the recognition of subjects you will get in your degree. You have to fill in the Learning Agreement online through the Portal Serveis Estudiant. Once you have made your Learning Agreement’s proposal (preferably during the month of June), your academic coordinator will have to validate it (close it). Only if the studies contract is closed by your coordinator, you can print a copy (button “print”). Before going to your destination, you have to submit a copy of the Learning Agreement signed (scanned signatures are allowed) by the student, the academic coordinator of the Universitat de València and by the coordinator of your host university, together with the Grant Agreements (see below). You have to submit these documents at the International Relations Service based in the Palacio de Cerveró: Plaza Cisneros, nº 4, 46003 Valencia. (The students of the Burjassot Campus can submit it at the International Relations Office of that Campus). You need to develop the Learning Agreement (preferably in  June) , and your academic coordinator must close it before 22 July. Otherwise, you could not carry out the self-enrolment.

Tutorial on the Learning Agreement

Indications of Learning Agreement 

  • Mobility Grant Agreement for Erasmus students (original)  It is a document with the administrative and economic data of your grant. It is available in the month of June. We need the document with your original signature. You have to submit it on paper before you go, together with a copy of the Learning Agreement at the International Relations Service based in the Palacio de Cerveró: Plaza Cisneros, nº 4, 46003 Valencia. (The students of the Burjassot Campus can submit it at the International Relations Office of that Campus, Science Library ground floor)
  • Online Linguistic Support (OLS). The students have to carry out a previous linguistic evaluation in the beginning of the stay. To that effect, they will receive an invitation to their email address from the university during the month of June. The result of this evaluation does not prevent in any case from enjoying the mobility stay. It is also independent from the accreditation tests organised by the Universitat de València the students may have taken to credit the knowledge of the language, in accordance with the call. The evaluation is made in the teaching language of the host university, in accordance with the indicated by the students when carrying out the acceptance of the grant through ENTREU. For the 2017-2018 academic year the following languages are expected: German DE, French FR, English EN, Italian IT, Dutch NL, Czech CZ, Danish DK, Greek LO, Polish PL, Swedish SE and Portuguese PT. More information on the online linguistic support (OLS): http://erasmusplusols.eu
  • Erasmus Studies Self-enrolment of international credits. Before you go to the stay you have to formalise your self-registration in the Universitat de València. Once carried out the Learning Agreement and after your academic coordinated has closed it, the international credits will appear on your self-registration. The self-registration will indicate the total amount of credits of the subjects of the Universitat de València you fulfilled in the Learning Agreement. Also, you can enrol in other subjects to take on the Universitat de València (specially on semester cases), respecting the number of maximum credits according to the enrolment regulations. You can self-enrol in accordance with your enrolment date, as it occurred in prior courses. It is expected that the self-enrolments are carried out through the Portal Serveis Estudiants before July 21st.
  • Online Languages Courses (OLS). Once you have carried out the linguistic evaluation previous to the mobility, and according to the obtained results, you will receive another invitation through mail to take an online languages course. It will be in the same language of the first evaluation. Although carrying out the course is not compulsory, it is a chance for improving your level on the teaching foreign language, without economic cost. Even though you start the language course before leaving, you can take it and finish it while you carry out your mobility stay. More information: http://erasmusplusols.eu

2On your arrival to the host university .

  • Certificate of Arrival. It is the first document you will receive when arriving to the host university. To send it to the International Relations Service, you have to enter at ENTREU and attach a copy of it within the procedure “Erasmus Studies Scholarship 2018-2019 - Destination”, the same procedure you used to carry out the acceptance of the grant. Save the original as proof. The processing of the first payment of the grants will be carry out following the order of reception of this document.
  • Modification of the Learning Agreement. The modifications are only necessary if the subjects previously expected in the Learning Agreement change. You have to complete the proceeding through the Portal Serveis Estudiant so that the modifications are reflected on the record. It is necessary to request it once you are in your host university and within 5 weeks after the beginning of the classes. Once the modifications have been requested through the Portal Serveis Estudiants, your academic coordinator will have to close the contract so that you can have a printed copy (“print” button), where the modified subjects and the correspondence table will be shown. This document shall be signed by you, by your host Coordinator and your Mobility Coordinator in the Universitat de València (the signatures can be scanned). It is very important that you keep a signed copy of all the modifications that you make, as you will have to present them in the International Relations Service, when you come back, as it is shown below.

Diagram of the paperwork and deadlines for the Learning Agreement

Important: We cannot deposit the first payment of the grant if a part of the above mentioned documentation is missing.

  • Request to extend your stay. The extension turns a first semester stay into a full academic year stay. It implies academic impacts but not economic impacts. That is to say, during the period that you extend (second semester), you will not receive financial support. Apart from presenting this form correctly completed on relaciones.internacionales@uv.es, it is necessary to modify the Learning Agreement within the abovementioned terms. In any case, it shall be requested one month before the ending of the stay as it was previously expected.
  • Request to reduce your stay. We will only accept reduction requests received before 31 December 2017. Apart from presenting this form correctly completed on relaciones.internacionales@uv.es, it is necessary to modify the Learning Agreement within the abovementioned terms. The reduction turns a full academic year stay into a first semester stay. The reduction turns a full academic year stay into a first semester stay.

3On your return to Valencia.

  • Attendance Certificate. It is the last document that you will receive in the host University. It contains the starting date and the completion date of your stay and it is necessary to make the last payment of the grant. It must be submitted as a pdf files through the on line application ENTREU, procedure "Beca Erasmus Estudios 2018-2019 - Completion", along with the Learning Agreement. both documents should be uploaded in the same session. It is important that you keep the original as a receipt and that you take into account the instructions about the dates and correction prohibitions that are shown at the bottom and reverse.
  • Initial Learning Agreement and, where appropriate, modifications to the initial Learning Agreement (Changes). Together with the certificate of stay, you will also have to attach the procedure “Erasmus Studies Record 2018-2019 - Completion” in ENTREU and a copy of the initial Learning Agreement and its modifications. Both the initial Learning Agreement and the modifications must be signed by you and the two mobility coordinators of your degree: the coordinator of the Universitat de València and the one from the university where you have carried out your Erasmus stay. (Scanned signatures are valid). 
  • Final Student Report (Questionary UE) It is an assessment questionnaire about your Erasmus stay. The report shall be completed online through the computer application provided by EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency), responsible for the Erasmus programme. You will no receive the invitation until your stay is over and you have presented the arrival certificate. Once you receive the invitation, which will be sent directly through the online control system of the Erasmus Programme (Mobility Tool) to the university email of the student. You will have to make the report in the specified deadline.
  • Online Linguistic Support (final test). Around the middle of your last month you will receive an e-mail to remind you that you must fulfil your last language test. Students that got a C2 at inicial test don't need to do the final test. Get all the information at erasmusols.eu

Important: We cannot deposit the second payment of the grant if a part of the abovementioned documentation is missing. Also, you have to pass at least the 50% of international credits you have enrolled in the Universitat de València. The objective of the mobility programme is obtaining an academic achievement, so that is why you receive the grant. If you do not pass the 50% you have to reintegrate the amount received in compensation for the grant.

 

4.  Other documents and recommendations.

Presentation Video for other 2016-2017 Erasmus Studies proceedings and recommendations

Presentation Video 2016-2017 economic aids (provisional aids based on the 2015-2016 academic year)

  • It is compulsory having health coverage. Get the European Health Insurance Card. If you go to a country where you are not covered by the European Health Insurance Card, you have to hire a private insurance following the established terms in the next section.
  • In any case, we recommend you to hire a private insurance so that you can have bigger coverage during your stay. The Universitat de València is one of the Spanish universities that is part of OnCampus, company specialised on insurances for the university community. From this link you can hire the insurance online and print the receipt.
  • Apply it in the closest Spanish Embassy or Consulate. Visit the web of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This application is compulsory.
  • Here you can watch travel recommendations by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs .
  • If you travel to Turkey you will need to obtain a visa before the Turkish embassy or consulate.
  •  If you are student of the Universitat de València with an accepted Erasmus Studies stay and you have also the nationality of a country that does not belong to the European Union, you will need a visa. Consult with the embassy of your country and with the embassy of the country you are travelling to. In any case, know that Directive (UE) 2016/801 by European Parliament and Council, issued on May 11th, 2016, compels the host country to facilitate you the proceedings.
  • Ressignation. If you need to resign the grant, send this document to erasmus.estudis@uv.es 
  • Change Bank account form: If you need to change your account number, fill out this form and send it to the pagos.erasmus@uv.es address along with a copy of the book or similar document showing all 24 digits, from your university email.
  • Authorization Leave a signed authorisation to a person you trust. You can carry out the proceedings before the University when you are abroad.
  • Erasmus Student Charter. Know your rights and obligations as participant in the Erasmus programme.
  • Your rights as a European mobility student.

Useful documents 2017-2018

  1. Before you go.
  2. On your arrival to the host university.
  3. On your return to Valencia
  4. Other documents and recommendations.

Important: grant couldn't be paid unless the student follows carefully these instructions and submit the due documents at every step.

 1. Before you go.

Erasmus Studies Briefings on March, 2017
Presentation Video of the procedures before the Erasmus Studies Stay 2016-2017

  • Accept the 2017-2018 Erasmus Studies grant through the application Entreu. You have to entre in the procedure “Expedient Erasmus estudis 2017-2018 - Acceptació” and fill in a simple application form. You will only need to include: the 24 digits (IBAN) of your bank account, (of which you have to be the holder) where you want to cash the grant, the teaching language in which you will receive the lessons in the host university and the personal data (also ID) of the person we have to contact with in case of emergency. When finishing the acceptance, you will receive a pdf document with the receipt of acceptance and another pdf document with the official appointment of the allocated Erasmus Studies place and, if appropriate, the certified of having passed some of the languages exams you took on 17 December 2016.


How to get the acceptance documents

  • Formalise your Learning Agreement with the Mobility Academic Coordinator. You can find the list of academic coordinators at this link http://ir.uv.es/j3n0eh1. The contract contains the subjects list that you will carry out abroad and the recognition of subjects you will get in your degree. You have to fill in the Learning Agreement online through the Portal Serveis Estudiant. Once you have made your Learning Agreement’s proposal (preferably during the month of June), your academic coordinator will have to validate it (close it). Only if the studies contract is closed by your coordinator, you can print a copy (button “print”). Before going to your destination, you have to submit a copy of the Learning Agreement signed (scanned signatures are allowed) by the student, the academic coordinator of the Universitat de València and by the coordinator of your host university, together with the Grant Agreements (see below). You have to submit these documents at the International Relations Service based in the Palacio de Cerveró: Plaza Cisneros, nº 4, 46003 Valencia. (The students of the Burjassot Campus can submit it at the International Relations Office of that Campus). You need to develop the Learning Agreement (preferably in  June) , and your academic coordinator must close it before 22 July. Otherwise, you could not carry out the self-enrolment.

Tutorial on the Learning Agreement

Indications of Learning Agreement 

  • Mobility Grant Agreement for Erasmus students (original).It is a document with the administrative and economic data of your grant. It is available in the month of June. We need the document with your original signature. You have to submit it on paper before you go, together with a copy of the Learning Agreement at the International Relations Service based in the Palacio de Cerveró: Plaza Cisneros, nº 4, 46003 Valencia. (The students of the Burjassot Campus can submit it at the International Relations Office of that Campus, Science Library ground floor)
  • Online Linguistic Support (OLS). The students have to carry out a previous linguistic evaluation in the beginning of the stay. To that effect, they will receive an invitation to their email address from the university during the month of June. The result of this evaluation does not prevent in any case from enjoying the mobility stay. It is also independent from the accreditation tests organised by the Universitat de València the students may have taken to credit the knowledge of the language, in accordance with the call. The evaluation is made in the teaching language of the host university, in accordance with the indicated by the students when carrying out the acceptance of the grant through ENTREU. For the 2017-2018 academic year the following languages are expected: German DE, French FR, English EN, Italian IT, Dutch NL, Czech CZ, Danish DK, Greek LO, Polish PL, Swedish SE and Portuguese PT. More information on the online linguistic support (OLS): http://erasmusplusols.eu
  • Erasmus Studies Self-registration of international credits. Before you go to the stay you have to formalise your self-registration in the Universitat de València. Once carried out the Learning Agreement and after your academic coordinated has closed it, the international credits will appear on your self-registration. The self-registration will indicate the total amount of credits of the subjects of the Universitat de València you fulfilled in the Learning Agreement. Also, you can enrol in other subjects to take on the Universitat de València (specially on semester cases), respecting the number of maximum credits according to the enrolment regulations. You can self-enrol in accordance with your enrolment date, as it occurred in prior courses. It is expected that the self-enrolments are carried out through the Portal Serveis Estudiants before July 21st.
  • Online Languages Courses (OLS). Once you have carried out the linguistic evaluation previous to the mobility, and according to the obtained results, you will receive another invitation through mail to take an online languages course. It will be in the same language of the first evaluation. Although carrying out the course is not compulsory, it is a chance for improving your level on the teaching foreign language, without economic cost. Even though you start the language course before leaving, you can take it and finish it while you carry out your mobility stay. More information: http://erasmusplusols.eu

2On your arrival to the host university .

  • Certificate of incorporation. It is the first document you will receive when arriving to the host university. To send it to the International Relations Service, you have to enter at ENTREU and attach a copy of it within the procedure “Erasmus Studies Scholarship 2017-2018 - Destination”, the same procedure you used to carry out the acceptance of the grant. Save the original as proof. The processing of the first payment of the grants will be carry out following the order of reception of this document.
  • Modification of the Learning Agreement. The modifications are only necessary if the subjects previously expected in the Learning Agreement change. You have to complete the proceeding through the Portal Serveis Estudiant so that the modifications are reflected on the record. It is necessary to request it once you are in your host university and within 5 weeks after the beginning of the classes. Once the modifications have been requested through the Portal Serveis Estudiants, your academic coordinator will have to close the contract so that you can have a printed copy (“print” button), where the modified subjects and the correspondence table will be shown. This document shall be signed by you, by your host Coordinator and your Mobility Coordinator in the Universitat de València (the signatures can be scanned). It is very important that you keep a signed copy of all the modifications that you make, as you will have to present them in the International Relations Service, when you come back, as it is shown below.

Diagram of the paperwork and deadlines for the Learning Agreement

Important: We cannot deposit the first payment of the grant if a part of the above mentioned documentation is missing.

  • Request to extend your stay. The extension turns a first semester stay into a full academic year stay. It implies academic impacts but not economic impacts. That is to say, during the period that you extend (second semester), you will not receive financial support. Apart from presenting this form correctly completed on relaciones.internacionales@uv.es, it is necessary to modify the Learning Agreement within the abovementioned terms. In any case, it shall be requested one month before the ending of the stay as it was previously expected.
  • Request to reduce your stay. We will only accept reduction requests received before 31 December 2017. Apart from presenting this form correctly completed on relaciones.internacionales@uv.es, it is necessary to modify the Learning Agreement within the abovementioned terms. The reduction turns a full academic year stay into a first semester stay. The reduction turns a full academic year stay into a first semester stay.

3On your return to Valencia.

  • Atendance Certificate. It is the last document that you will receive in the host University. It contains the starting date and the completion date of your stay and it is necessary to make the last payment of the grant. It must be submitted as a pdf files through the on line application ENTREU, procedure "Beca Erasmus Estudios 2017-2018 - Completion", along with the Learning Agreement. both documents should be uploaded in the same session. It is important that you keep the original as a receipt and that you take into account the instructions about the dates and correction prohibitions that are shown at the bottom and reverse.
  • Initial Learning Agreement and, where appropriate, modifications to the initial Learning Agreement (Changes). Together with the certificate of stay, you will also have to attach the procedure “Expedient Erasmus Estudis 2017-2018 - Finalització” (Erasmus Studies Record 2017-18) in ENTREU and a copy of the initial Learning Agreement and its modifications. Both the initial Learning Agreement and the modifications must be signed by you and the two mobility coordinators of your degree: the coordinator of the Universitat de València and the one from the university where you have carried out your Erasmus stay. (Scanned signatures are valid). 
  • Final Student Report (Questions UE) It is an assessment questionnaire about your Erasmus stay. The report shall be completed online through the computer application provided by EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency), responsible for the Erasmus programme. You will no receive the invitation until your stay is over and you have presented the arrival certificate. Once you receive the invitation, which will be sent directly through the online control system of the Erasmus Programme (Mobility Tool) to the university email of the student. You will have to make the report in the specified deadline.
  • Online Linguistic Support (last test). Around the middle of your last month you will receive an e-mail to remind you that you must fulfil your last language test. Get all the information at erasmusols.eu

Important: We cannot deposit the second payment of the grant if a part of the abovementioned documentation is missing. Also, you have to pass at least the 50% of international credits you have enrolled in the Universitat de València. The objective of the mobility programme is obtaining an academic achievement, so that is why you receive the grant. If you do not pass the 50% you have to reintegrate the amount received in compensation for the grant.

 

4.  Other documents and recommendations.

Presentation Video for other 2016-2017 Erasmus Studies proceedings and recommendations

Presentation Video 2016-2017 economic aids (provisional aids based on the 2015-2016 academic year)

  • It is compulsory having health coverage. Get the European Health Insurance Card. If you go to a country where you are not covered by the European Health Insurance Card, you have to hire a private insurance following the established terms in the next section.
  • In any case, we recommend you to hire a private insurance so that you can have bigger coverage during your stay. The Universitat de València is one of the Spanish universities that is part of OnCampus, company specialised on insurances for the university community. From this link you can hire the insurance online and print the receipt.
  • Apply it in the closest Spanish Embassy or Consulate. Visit the web of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This application is compulsory.
  • Here you can watch travel recommendations by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs .
  • If you travel to Turkey you will need to obtain a visa before the Turkish embassy or consulate.
  •  If you are student of the Universitat de València with an accepted Erasmus Studies stay and you have also the nationality of a country that does not belong to the European Union, you will need a visa. Consult with the embassy of your country and with the embassy of the country you are travelling to. In any case, know that Directive (UE) 2016/801 by European Parliament and Council, issued on May 11th, 2016, compels the host country to facilitate you the proceedings.
  • Ressignation. If you need to resign the grant, send this document to erasmus.estudis@uv.es 
  • Change Bank account form: If you need to change your account number, fill out this form and send it to the pagos.erasmus@uv.es address along with a copy of the book or similar document showing all 24 digits, from your university email.
  • Authorization Leave a signed authorisation to a person you trust. You can carry out the proceedings before the University when you are abroad.
  • Erasmus Student Charter. Know your rights and obligations as participant in the Erasmus programme.
  • Your rights as a European mobility student.

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