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UG Erasmus Study Mobility programme

UG Erasmus Studies General Information for A/Y 2024-2025
20th International Week

From November  the 6th to the 10th, 2023, the 21th International Week of the university Universitat de València will be held. During this week, the International Relations and Cooperation Service, in collaboration with all the Faculties and Schools of the Universitat, will inform all students about the exchange programs for international stays in the year 2024-2025.

This initiative aims to promote that our students performe a stay in Europe (Erasmus Estudis Program), in other continents (International Program) or in Spain (SICUE Program). Information will also be provided about the Erasmus Programme for Placements.


Students receive a grant that can change its amount every year. Information on grants can be checked in our website. 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 European Union Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, North Macedonia and Serbia). 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 enrolled 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 2022/2023.
  • Students who are beneficiaries of another mobility programme with the University of Valencia during the academic year 2024/2025 (SICUE or International Programme) cannot apply, excluding the Erasmus Programme for Work Placements.
  • Students must accredit their language level and be accepted by the host institution. Erasmus Studies language requirement.
  • Students may go the Erasmus programme more than once as long as they do not exceed 360 days in total. In the degrees of Pharmacy, Medicine and Dentistry, the maximum is 24 months per cycle but each mobility cannot exceed the 360 days limitation.
  • Students may need to meet specific requirements set by Faculties for their degrees. Sometimes partner universities have also specific requirements that should be fulfilled.

Selection criteria

In the Erasmus Studies programme, the Mobility Committee for each School or Faculty ranks candidates according to some previously approved criteria, which can be checked here. Among other criteria relevant to each school or faculty, these will include the students' average score after the academic year 2022-2023 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 Universitat de València and the host university. These can be checked in the list of destinations for each degree in the Student Services Website. Students can do 1st semester, 2nd semester or full-year stays.

Degree Mobility Coordinators

These are the lecturers who advise incoming and outgoing mobility students on the drafting of the study contract, the equivalence of grades and academic assistance.

Mobility coordinators per faculty

Each faculty has a faculty coordinator. This is normally the vice-dean for international relations. He/she is the head of each faculty in mobility matters.