• Informative sessions

    Consult all the information necessary to prepare your mobility during the month of MARCH!

  • Prepare your stay

    Check your email regularly.

  • Inform us of the start and end dates of your stay as well as your bank details

    Make it through SIGMA until MAY 31.

    You can see how to do this by following the steps inthis manual.

  • Scholarship procedures

    If you were a beneficiary of the MECD Scholarship last year, we need to know so we can make the official allocation of the Erasmus+ scholarship and the Erasmus+ International scholarship.

    To prove it, we need an official document that justifies it, which you can send to us by email at until MAY 31.

  • We will send you your credential

    We will send it to you as soon as the MOBINT scholarship call opens.

  • Financial agreement (Erasmus+) and scholarship acceptance letter (Beca on the move)

    You will receive an email to digitally sign it between June and July (if you leave in the 1st semester) or between October and November (if you leave in the 2nd semester).

    Only you can sign the document, you cannot authorize anyone else.

  • Prepare your academic agreement

    Fill in one proposal and validate it with your academic coordinator from APRIL (if you leave in the 1st semester) or from OCTOBER (if you leave in the 2nd semester).

    - Business Department:

    AdEGi and BAIM: José Ignacio Monreal, 

    Double Marketing and CD and AdEGi and Logistics and NM: Ivette Fuentes, 

    Tourism and double degrees with Tourism, and Marketing and CD: Àlex Araujo, 

    - Department of Technology: Josep Roure,

    - Department of Cultural Industries: Adso Fernández, 

    - Department of Health: Gemma Garreta,

    * Erasmus +: Fill in the "Before the Mobility" part of the Learning Agreement through SIGMA. It must be signed by you, your academic coordinator and the host university. You can follow the steps ofthis guide.

    * Subjects that do not correspond to your academic agreement will not be validated.

  • Required coverages

    Any student who goes abroad is responsible for having their own health and civil liability coverage, which is mandatory.

    * If you are interested, UPF has an agreement with: Oncampus.

    If you travel around Europe, make sure you also have the European Health Insurance Card and to look at the health coverage of the destination country, it is mandatory to take out additional insurance.

  • Responsible statement

    Read and sign the Declaration of Responsibility and send us the document by mail along with a copy of your insurance.

  • See visa information

    Check the information available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • See accommodation information

    Check if the destination university offers you this service. Any student who goes abroad is responsible for their own accommodation and hiring.

    You also have other resources: 



  • Registration at Tecnocampus

    It's self-enrolment like every year. It is important to know that you will not be able to enjoy the international mobility place if you have not registered at TecnoCampus.


    * If you leave with the Erasmus+ program, you have the possibility to do one language test to be able to access the free online courses of the OLS, which offers a wide variety of interactive activities to improve a language or learn a new one. 

    To begin with, you will have to register and then you can access the EU page where you can access the OLS. This procedure will have to be done between 2 and 3 months before departure.

    If you are interested in taking this test, you can check this one document for more information.

    * If you finally want to give up the mobility place that has been assigned to you, send this waiver sheet signed and scanned inOffice of International Relations.


  • Certificate of arrival

    Fill it this form and have it signed and stamped by the destination university. Once you have it, send it to us by e-mail with the subject "arrival certificate - Surname, Name", at most, 30 days after your arrival at the destination university.

  • Participate in welcome sessions

    This will help you understand how the university works, make better use of the services they offer you, and allow you to meet other exchange students.

    The destination university will inform you when these sessions take place, which are usually organized one week before classes begin.

  • Formalize the stay and registration

    The destination university will inform you of the necessary arrangements for your stay.

    In order to receive payment for your Erasmus scholarship, you must have formalized and paid your tuition at the TecnoCampus. Also, you will need to send a copy, per mail, from your registration at the International Relations Office.

  • Changes Learning Agreement - Learning Agreement

    Fill out the new proposal and send it to your academic coordinator; validate and report toOffice of International Relations of the changes, at most, until OCTOBER 30 (if you leave in the 1st semester) or until MARCH 10 (if you leave in the 2nd semester).

    * Erasmus +: fill in the "During the Mobility" section of the Learning Agreement through the Online Learning Agreement tool. It must be duly signed and stamped by you, the host university and the academic coordinator.

    * Subjects that do not correspond to your academic agreement will not be validated.

  • Extension of stay

    You will need to apply at the destination university. If you agree you must send us, by mail, thesigned extension before DECEMBER.

    * When extending the stay you will have to extend your academic agreement, so you will have to contact the academic coordinator.


  • Certificate of attendance

    Complete the following form and have it stamped by the destination university. When you have it, send the document to the International Relations office, at the latest, 30 days after your return at the Tecnocampus and keep a copy for yourself.

    Erasmus + certificate of stay

    Certificate of stay Scholarships on the move

  • Certificate of records (transcript of records)

    You must ensure that the destination university sends us the original transcript by mail, at most, 30 days after your return to the Tecnocampus or whatever the destination university has indicated to you. It is the student's responsibility to make sure this document makes its way to the university in order to validate the subjects studied while away.

  • Student report

    Erasmus +: the European Commission will fill you in online with a final report (a survey on your mobility). If you do not make the report, you will be asked to return all the financial scholarship you have received. 

    Scholarships on the move: at the end of your stay, you must send a PDF document or video with a summary of your experience. You will also need to fill out this questionnaire.

    You have maximum 30 days after your return at the TecnoCampus to carry out the procedure that belongs to you.


    * If before leaving you did the OLS level test, you will receive an email when your stay ends. If you acquired a C2 level in the first test, you will not receive this email as you will not have to take it again.

The new ERASMUS + app is now available !!!

Erasmus +

This new app makes it really easy for students to access information on mobility opportunities offered by the Erasmus + program and will help you during your mobility.

Features of this app include:

  • Step-by-step guidance through mobility
  • Stories and tips
  • Offers, services and events for students that promote engagement with intercultural activities and people from local communities.

For more information, visit the following link.

Letter from the Erasmus student

Hello, student!

Download here the Erasmus + student letter.

ऐप्पल स्टोर से टॉप शॉट स्नाइपर ड्यूल्स प्राप्त करें

As a student you will be doing a mobility you may be interested in being part ofESN.

एलेक्जेंड्रा विल्किस विल्सन - is an international non-profit student organization. Its mission is to represent international students, thus offering opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students.

Do you have any questions?