Mobility Programmes International Relations Office - School of Economics and Business
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International Relations Office - School of Economics and Business
In order to participate in these calls, each mobility program establishes certain linguistic requirements. The bilateral agreements between the universities of origin and those of destination specify the level of language knowledge required. Keep in mind that a minimum level B1 of the target language is an essential requirement in the vast majority of calls, so if you are thinking of carrying out a mobility abroad, it is advisable that you have a way to prove it.
- SPECIFIC PROGRAMS FOR ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS
The School of Economic and Business Sciences has established specific exchange agreements with universities in the US and China, which can only be filled by students enrolled in our center.
The requirements, deadlines and documentation to present vary from one program to another, so it is very important to carefully read the information of the call for each program, which you can find on the website of the UA Mobility Secretariat.
Mobility financed by the European Union and associated countries - DESTINATIONS OFFERED
Mobility financed by the European Union in non-European countries - DESTINATIONS OFFERED
Agreements stablished by UA with non-European universities - DESTINATIONS OFFERED
Promoted by the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE), to be able to carry out part of your studies in another Spanish university - DESTINATIONS OFFERED
Exchange of students from Spanish universities and leading universities in Latin America
Academic stays at any university in the world outside the framework of the mobility programs of the UA, so you will not be exempt from paying tuition at the destination university.