Erasmus studies

Erasmus programme

The new Erasmus + is within the guidelines of the Education and Trainign 2020 strategy and the strategy Rethinking Education and includes all initiatives of education, training, youth and sport. In education includes all levels: academic, professional education and adult education.
This new program focuses on the formal and informal learning beyond in an European University (from 3 months to a whole academic year) and subsequent mutual recognition of the study abroad courses. This recognition of studies is done according the Learning Agreement which will be agreed with the exchange coordinator before they leave. The UAB has bilateral agreements with more than 500 universities of 32 countries.

General information

Academic calendar 2020/2021

  • First Term (Fall semester): from September 9, 2020 to February 8, 2021
  •  Second Term (Spring semester): from February 8 to July 2, 2021

(These dates include Welcome Days and the exams period).


UAB has 13 faculties and 12 associated schools, offering more than 80 bachelor’s degrees.

Not all the degrees are open to all Erasmus+ exchange students. Check with your International Office the areas of study included in the agreement with your home university.

Language requirements

Courses at UAB are manly taught in Catalan and Spanish. We do also offer some English courses.

For a general approach to the Bachelor's degrees, courses delivered in English you can go here.

Each faculty has its own language requirements. The faculties of Business and Economics, and Political Science and Sociology require a minimum level of B2 in English or Spanish (only for the language of instruction of the courses selected by the student). The Faculty of Communication requires a B2 level of Spanish. For further information, the student must contact the Exchange Office of each faculty.

Live the Campus!

UAB has an ESN Community and other group activities such as American football team, Ganàpies (Catalan human towers), Korean Club, Swing UAB, Gamers UAB…

Students can get involved with the UAB students community through Community Involvement, in programmes such as Tandem, Buddy, Mentor, etc.

  • Do you want to apply to UAB?  If so, click here.
  • Students wishing to apply to EINA, please click here to see the specific requirements.
  • Students wishing to apply to Escola Massana, please click here to see the specific requirements.

For more information:

International Relations Area
Edifici N - Campus Bellaterra
08193 Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Vallès) - Spain
Monday - Wednesday: 9.30 to 1.30
Thursday: 9.30 to 12 and 3.30 to 4.30
Friday: 9.30 to 1.30
Tel. +34 93 586 8499
Fax. +34 93 581 3264