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The Erasmus program aims to look after the teaching and learning necessities of all the participants in higher education, whatever the duration of the degree or qualification and including doctorate studies, as well as the institutions that teach this kind of academic training. Just as in the national mobility, the student that participates in an international mobility program has full guarantees of academic recognition following the University of Huelva regulations.

Within the Erasmus program we can distinguish two main kinds of mobility:

  1. Mobility for learning purposes

    It means the realization of a period of studies in a higher education institution of another European country. At the end of the period the student’s institution of origin will recognize academically the studies that he/she has completed. During this period, the student will be exempt from paying the academic taxes of the host institution. The College of Humanities has signed agreements with numerous foreign universities for different areas and disciplines. The updated list can be checked on the website of the International Relations Office.

  2. Mobility for internship purposes

    The period of internship is the stay in a firm or institution from another participant country for a period of time. Its objective is to contribute to the student’s adaptation to the labour market demands at the community level, as well as to help them get specific competences, and to raise their awareness of the economic and social environment of the country, while they are also gaining professional experience. These internships can be accompanied, if necessary, with preparation courses or training courses in the host language. Students can apply for the recognition of the period of internship for the course Practicum.

More information can be found at the International Relations Office.