The starting point or the destination for your international experience
Welcome to the International Relations Office. Whether you are interested in studying with us, or if you want to spend a period studying at another university, we have all the information you need.
We are charged with implementing the University’s internationalization strategy. To do this, we work together with the faculties and other university services to search for new international learning opportunities and experiences, for our students, for our lecturers, for our researchers – and for visiting students!
Spain is one of the top Erasmus+ destinations for students from all over Europe. And not just for students from Europe: CEU UCH also participates in many exchange programmes that bring students here from all over the world.
You might be in Warsaw, Milan or Quito, but if you are considering CEU UCH as a destination for your international experience, take a moment to learn more about what you have to do make that a reality. Questions? Send us a message a email@example.com. We are waiting for you with open arms!
Over 31% of the students who study with us are not Spanish. They come from Sweden, the United States, Peru, Morocco, France and many more! We have 2.500 international students learning and experiencing university life on our campus every day!
If you want to join our international community and study your entire university degree at our university, it is very easy: you just have to choose the degree that best suits your interests and follow the international admission process. This is a process tailored to students who are not resident in Spain, and it can be carried out entirely online with the support of our team of multilingual advisors.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can tell you about of all the advantages of studying at an international university.
|Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Coordinator||María Estrella Jiménez|
|Faculty of Health Sciences Coordinator||Marina Pascual
|Faculty of the Humanities and Communication Sciences Coordinator||Manuel Millán|
|Faculty of Law, Business and Politics Faculty Coordinator||Susana Sanz|
|School of Design, Architecture and Engineering (ESET) Coordinator||Andrés Ros Campos|
|Elche Campus Coordinator||Linda Palfreeman|
|Castellón Campus Coordinator||Beatriz Lores|
|Castellón Campus Coordinator (Faculty of the Humanities and Communication Sciences)||Ruzan Galstyan|
One of our biggest challenges is to make you feel at home. And this, in a community with students of more than 90 different nationalities, sometimes means providing a helping hand with some quite complex administrative procedures.
At International Student Services, you can get all the information you need to help you with procedures such as the renewal of your residence permit or issues related to your academic records. Come to our office (on the Valencia campus) or email us at email@example.com: we will be happy to advise you!
In addition to helping international and exchange students, the International Relations Office also works to raise CEU UCH's profile across the world. If you belong to a higher education institution and want to explore ways of collaborating with our university, such as mobility agreements or other types of international projects, do not hesitate to contact us.
Our university is an innovative, modern institution with an international outlook.
Our main campus is located in Valencia, the third biggest city in Spain, on the shores of the Mediterranean. It is a fun, dynamic city with a rich cultural life – making it an ideal student destination. It is no surprise that Valencia is one of the top destinations for European students looking to study abroad.
There are more than 7000 students on our Valencia, Elche and Castellón campuses: CEU UCH is the perfect environment for your professional and personal development.
The European Union’s Erasmus+ programme offers university students opportunities to develop their skills and gain new experiences in educational institutions in other countries.
If you want to study abroad with us via the Erasmus+, programme, please note that you must meet some eligibility conditions:
What to do then if you want to study abroad with us? It is very simple: just follow these steps!
Ask for information at your home university
First of all, we recommend that you check with the International Relations Office or the Student Exchange Service at your university about the procedures and deadlines related to applying for a period of study abroad.
Next, your university must officially nominate you and, for this, the international coordinator must contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide us with information such as: your name and surname, e-mail address, degree, period of stay and the Learning Agreement.
Once we have received your nomination, we will contact you so that you can register on our online platform.
Supporting documents and decisions
At this stage, you must upload the following documents to our platform: a copy of your passport, medical insurance, a completed and signed Learning Agreement, an official language certificate and visa (if you are not an EU student).
Then, wait for a decision to be made regarding your application and, finally, when you receive a letter of acceptance from our university, you can come to CEU UCH as an Erasmus+ student!
If you need more information, contact our team or the Erasmus+ coordinator of the degree you want to study.
|Journalism Erasmus Coordinator||Josep Solves|
|Advertising and Public Relations Erasmus Coordinator||María Puchalt|
|Audiovisual Communication Erasmus Coordinator||Begoña Siles|
|Early Years and Primary Education Erasmus Coordinator||Ana Gloria Reig|
|Early Years and Primary Education Erasmus Coordinator (Castellon)||Ruzan Galstyan|
|Law and Political Science Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||Ana Isabel Mateos|
|Business Management Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||Enrique Lluch
María Isabel Brun
|Business Management Erasmus Coordinator (Elche)||Ana Isabel Mateos|
|Marketing Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||Enrique Lluch / María Isabel Brun|
|Marketing Erasmus Coordinator (Elche)||Ana Isabel Mateos|
|Architecture Erasmus Coordinator||Andrés Ros Campos|
|Industrial Design Erasmus Coordinator||Paula Aloy|
|Nursing Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||María Inmaculada Sánchez López|
|Nursing Erasmus Coordinator (Castellón)||Lidia Ibáñez Torres|
|Nursing Erasmus Coordinator (Elche)||Vanesa Escudero Ortiz|
|Physiotherapy Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||Javier Martínez Gramage|
|Physiotherapy Erasmus Coordinator (Elche)||Vanesa Escudero Ortiz|
|Pharmacy Erasmus Coordinator||Consuelo Rubio Guerri|
|Dentistry Erasmus Coordinator||María Inmaculada Lloria Benet|
|Medicine Erasmus Coordinator (Valencia)||Paloma Guillem Llobat|
|Medicine Erasmus Coordinator (Castellón)||Lidia Ibánez Torres|
|Veterinary Erasmus Coordinator||Maria Teresa Balastegui|
As a CEU UCH student you can benefit from a large number of programmes that enable you o study at other universities or even to carry out internships abroad.
The advantages of adding this kind of international experience to your curriculum are many and they are not only at academical level: in addition to learning a new language, you will meet new cultures, develop your independence and enrich your professional profile.
Studying for a period at another university will allow you to experience a different study system, gain new perspectives on your subject and put your ability to adapt to the test.
Check your university e-mail regularly, as you will periodically receive detailed information about the universities you can visit as an exchange student, together with all the relevant dates, requirements and documents you need to support an application for different programmes.
Make sure you are following the university's social networks, as we use them to regularly report on events and deadlines for applications, and to post important reminders.
SICUE is not a grant programme but an exchange system between Spanish universities. This means that you can undertake part of your degree at another Spanish university. So, if you are interested in an exchange within the Spanish territory, keep an eye out for announcements!
CEU UCH has participated in the Erasmus+ mobility programme for many years and collaborates closely with universities around the world to encourage student internationalization. With this programme, you can study for a semester or even an entire year at one of our partner universities, while only paying the fees for CEU UCH.
If you want to take advantage of this unique educational and cultural experience, the first step is to find out the application requirements and the supporting documents you will need, regarding both your degree and your language skills. To find out more, go to the Mobility tab on section of the website dedicated to your degree, where you can find out about:
If you have questions about the Erasmus+ programme, contact our team or Erasmus coordinator for your degree.
This programme is perfect if you are looking for an experience in a country with a similar culture and language to Spain. In fact, one of the aims of this programme is to strengthen the relationship between Spanish and Latin American universities, such as those in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico and Uruguay. You could even go to the country next door: Portugal!
There is usually a single annual period for Santander Iberoamérica grant applications, and the grants are usually for a six-month period.
Perhaps you are interested in doing a placement abroad to enrich your profile with some professional experience in an international environment. If this is you, then there are many options available to you for placements at international companies, organizations or even educational institutions around the world.
If you are enrolled on an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at CEU UCH and want to do a placement of between two and twelve months at an organization located in one of the partner countries of the Erasmus+ programme, this is your opportunity!
Those undertaking an Erasmus+ placement receive a grant (up to a maximum of three months) while gaining professional experience in an international company or institution.
To participate, the first thing to do is to contact your academic coordinator, who will guide you and tell you the next steps to follow. If you have any questions about the procedure, simply send a message to email@example.com and we will be happy to help you.
There are different Spanish and international organizations that offer the possibility, to students and graduates, to carry out internships outside the Erasmus+ framework. In order to submit your application, it will be essential for the university to enter a private internship agreement with the host institution. You will only have to send us this model agreement and the annex duly completed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and there are no deadlines for it!
If you want to explore other alternatives to take your first steps in the professional world, we encourage you to contact our Careers Service.
If you are interested in embarking on this international adventure, our Mobility team can advise you on everything you need: current programmes, supporting documents for applications, deadlines, available destinations, or advice to plan your trip. Contact us at email@example.com and we will guide you!
I am a staff member and I also want an international experience!
The Erasmus+ programme is not only for students. If you are a member of the CEU community, it does not matter whether you are a lecturer or a member of the administrative staff, you can also benefit from a professional experience at one of our partner universities!
Contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will inform you of the different options, application deadlines, required supporting documents and selection criteria.
Find your ideal accommodation
Erasmus Play is a European student accommodation search engine and comparison site. This user-friendly tool will make it possible for you to compare all the available accommodation options in a quick, easy way. Most importantly, it will help you avoid fraud, since all accommodation options are provided by verified platforms. Book your student accommodation in 3 easy steps:
1. Select your destination / host institution and dates