1) DOWNLOAD AND PRINT OUT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
- Application Form
- Learning Agreement
All forms and documents can be downloaded from here.
2) SEND THE SCANNED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL OFFICE: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Exchange Student Application Form is mandatory for all Erasmus students
or students coming through official exchange programs with their home universities.
If you intend to start classes (or laboratory work) in September: before 30th May.
If you intend to start classes (or laboratory work) in February: before 30th October.
2) PREPARE YOUR STUDY PROGRAM WITH YOUR LOCAL COORDINATOR
Detailed information on registration procedures and enrolment
appointments will be fully provided to international students during the
mandatory orientation sessions.
Erasmus and other international exchange students are allowed to follow courses from different degrees, year and Faculty/School, with a limit of 30 ECTS per semester and 60 ECTS per full year.Consult the ECTS Course Catalogue of courses on offer at the University of Burgos . Please note that
- winter semester-first semester students are only allowed to pick up those subjects labelled as "Semester 1" of the study plan of their choice;
- spring semester-second semester students are only allowed to pick up those subjects labelled as "Semester 2" of the study plan of their choice;
- full-year students can choose courses from both "Semester 1" and "Semester 2", as well as subjects labelled as "annual" in old degrees not under EHEA.
The academic information for the following academic year is usually updated every June.
For further information on credit load and registration procedures, please visit sections "University Educational System" and "What to do upon arrival" .
Students coming from non-EU or EEA countries must obtain a student visa in order to study in Spain. The International Office will send to the student?s address an official invitation letter necessary for the application for a student visa at the Spanish embassy or consulate.
It is the responsability of each student to comply with all the legal procedures related to immigration issues and legal stay in Spain.
from Iceland, Liechtenstein,
Students coming from the countries mentioned are entitled to
the same public healthcare services as the residents of the country they are
visiting. They should apply for the European Health Insurance Card at the local social security or sickness
insurance office in their home countries.
from other countries must get private medical insurance covering medical
assistance and hospitalisation, including repatriation cover, before
coming to Spain
that will cover expenses incurred abroad. It is the students'
responsibility to ask their insurance company about the procedure to
follow in Spain
in case of needing medical assistance.
Third-part liability insurance is not necessary.