SICUE Programme 2021: call for applications open from 12 February to 4 March 2021

Mapa de España en el que se puede leer en letras grandes SICUE

SICUE is the programme that allows students to do part of their courses in another university in Spain. The call for applications for a period of one semester or nine months during the 2021-2022 academic year opens on 12 February and closes on 4 March 2021.

 

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The System for Exchange between Spanish Universities (SICUE) enables student exchanges within Spain. Students can take part of their courses at a different university with guaranteed recognition of academic credits and educational experience reflected in the students curricular profile. This exchange offers students the opportunity to experience different teaching systems including practical work as well as getting to know the social and cultural aspects of other Spanish autonomous communities.

Please consult the duration of the stays offered for each degree course in the list of destinations. Please note that the periods may vary according to the particular university and degree course you wish to join. Students participating in this programme for any course will remain students of their home universities and should register and pay fees, where necessary, at that university. At the destination university students will not be required to pay fees for the subject included in the agreements and will have the same rights and access to services as the local students.  

For more information please visit the website of the UAB.  

 

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