Would you like to do an exchange at a Spanish university? You can do so through the Spanish University Centres Exchange System (SICUE) that is supported by the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Spanish Universities (CRUE).
This programme enables you to take part of your course at another Spanish university without paying tuition there.
Exchanges can run for a semester or for a full academic year, in accordance with what is set out in each agreement.
If you would like to apply for a SICUE place, you need to hand in your application the year before you wish to go during the application period.
The UIB Faculty of Law has agreements with a wide selection of Law Faculties across Spain.
See the SICUE programme for more information.
The new ERASMUS programme for the 2014-20 period was approved by the European Parliament. The programme came into effect on 1st January 2014 and is part of the Europa 2020 strategy, the Education and Training strategy and the Rethinking Education strategy, and covers all education, training, youth and sports initiatives. In terms of education, it includes all levels: school, vocational training, higher education and adult education and training.
If you would like to benefit from academic mobility by going to another European university, see the ERASMUS programme for more details.
Other Mobility Programmes
You can find out more about other student mobility programmes in the mobility and exchangevi section.