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I want to go to exchange

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The exchange stay is a unique experience that contributes to the academicdevelopment and staff if it is well focused and taken advantage of. It is an important decision, in which you have to take into account all the positives but also the challenges you face: studying in a new system and in universities perhaps very different from yours, living in another subject environment and accommodation, finding yourself far away from family and friends ... at final, leaving your comfort zone.

The programs of exchange try to make it easier for students to complete their training with the experience of studying and living in other parts of the world, transferring the student to carry out their activity through another language, in a different environment and from an alternative perspective.

These are the fundamental factors that you should take into account when considering a exchange.

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You should investigate in detail the characteristics of each destination you are interested in, without getting carried away by the first impression or by the most superficial aspects. Not always the most famous destinations will be the most suitable.

One of the first factors to be taken into consideration is the language. You must be fluent in language in which you are going to take the subjects, so that it is not a big barrier and is the reason for poor academic result . Make sure you have at least the minimum level required for that destination. At section on "Process"You will find more information about languages at apply for .

Another important aspect is the academic calendar of the destination. If you have the option to go in any of the two semesters, make sure that there is no calendar conflict. In some destinations the academic calendar does not coincide with that of the University of Navarra and the student is the manager to manage the incompatibility in case of selecting that destination.

Your mentor or the person from your School or School in charge of advising you on the academic aspects of the exchanges will be able to advise you on the subject of subjects you should take in each destination, so that upon your return you can take validate qualification for subjects from your Degree.

Finally, as selection process is competitive, you may not get the destination you are most interested in. It is part of the experience to know how to be flexible and take advantage of the best of each place. Don't close yourself off from opportunities at other universities that may not seem so attractive to you at first.

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Comprueba los requisitos de inmigración



Check the requirements


Depending on the country, you may or may not need a visa programs of study. Spanish students or students with nationality of countries of the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland do not need a visa to go to other countries of the same area, but they do need a visa if they go outside the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland .

If you are international, check with special care those requirements. Some countries may have problems in granting visas to people of certain nationalities. That is why it is very important that you check before choosing your destination.

 Also if you are international, you will need to make sure how to keep your Spanish TIE in force. Depending on when you leave exchange (first semester, second semester, full course), you will have to proceed differently. You can consult visa@unav.es.

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Prepárate para el culture shock



Get ready!


If you are international, you already experienced this when you arrived at the University of Navarra. If you are Spanish, you should keep in mind that this subject stay is very different from other shorter or tourist stays.

Living and studying in another country is a challenge that sometimes implies that during several weeks you go through different phases in which you may have to face feelings of frustration, lack of integration, homesickness, disorientation. You should know that this is normal and temporary. You will have to be patient and you should discuss it both with your host university (in general, they will be able to provide you with someone to talk to) and with your mentor at the University of Navarra, who will also be able to provide you with support from a distance.




We will explain you the process to follow for apply for any destination of exchange (requirements basics, how to choose destination universities, the documents you need for apply for the exchange, how the destination universities are assigned...). We will also tell you everything you need to know about the scholarship Erasmus (requirements, application, assignment, necessary documents, the amount of the scholarship...) as well as important information about other additional scholarships (support for inclusion, travel options such as 'green travel', calls for applications...). 

These are the aspects to take into account when it comes to apply for any destination of exchange:

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In October, each School or school, through the coordinator /a of exchange requirements and deadline for apply for a place of exchange for the following academic year. The requirements varies depending on the School and even on the Degree the student is taking. Normally the deadline application period ends in January, regardless of the semester for which you are applying. exchange

A basic requirement to participate in the application process is the grade average of transcript, in addition to those established by each host university . One of them is usually the level of language in which the subjects to be taken at host university will be taught. As most destinations offer subjects in English, it is a fundamental requirement to officially accredit your level of English: the TOEFL test is accepted by all the destination universities, and you must take it with sufficient time to be able to include the result in your application at exchange. If you want to study at another language, make sure that you also have the required level.

In your application, you will have to specify several options for host university. To do so, you must take into account which courses from the host university can be recognized and validated in the Study program of the Degree you are taking at the University of Navarra. Your mentor/a or the academic coordinator of exchange in your School/School can help you to check the courses offered in the destinations of your interest.

Apart from the corresponding form , the application of the place of exchange is accompanied by a series of documents:

  • transcript official in Spanish or English,

  • certificate of the required language (TOEFL for English)

  • Photocopy of valid passport + National Identity Card , TIE or certificate of registration as an EU citizen (depending on your case).

  • Motivation letter (in some Schools)

  • The assignment of destinations is made according to the grade average of transcript in addition to the fulfillment of the specific requirements of the university you are applying for and the places available in each one of them. You may not get your first choice, so it is important that you work well in advance the alternatives.

  • Accepting the place that has been assigned to you implies that another colleague who is also interested will not get it, therefore, it is important that, before accepting the place, you are sure and aware of the commitment you are making and its consequences.

  • Please also note that, ultimately written request, the host university will reservation the right to admit each student.

  • As soon as you accept the place you should be very attentive to the deadlines for presentation of documentation, management of visa, accommodation and enrollment in the host university since in last written request the student is the manager of these questions. Regarding accommodation, keep in mind that there are cities where finding accommodation is especially difficult and you should start your search well in advance and be reasonably flexible with the subject of accommodation that you can find.

  • Before traveling to your destination, do not forget to fill in your enrollment at the University of Navarra agreement as stated in your agreement of programs of study from exchange.

  • Travel with an adequate insurance that covers health care, accidents, civil liability, etc., during your stay. On this website you can check your options.

  • Once at the destination, it is important that you attend the orientation conference if there is one and that you integrate with the local students.

So begin your much-desired experience at exchange . Don't forget that you are an ambassador of the University of Navarra in that institution and that your experience there will contribute greatly to the maintenance of exchange of students between the two institutions.




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Erasmus is a program of the European Union that allows a multitude of partnership projects between institutions of the Union and, sometimes, with institutions outside the Union. The best known and most widespread action is the mobility of students to other universities, in order to carry out a period of programs of study, or to carry out internships in companies. Also included are mobility opportunities for teachers and staff of universities in general. 

For the 2021-2027 period, the program places particular emphasis on the social inclusion, ecological and digital transitions, and promoting the participation of young people in democratic life..

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Erasmus Studies

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    • Be formally enrolled in the University of Navarra.

    • Duration: Minimum 2 months and maximum 12 months. In total, a student of Degree can carry out up to 12 months of Erasmus stays throughout their years of study (24 months in the case of Pharmacy and Medicine).

    • Where: Students must carry out their physical activity of mobility in one of the universities with which the University of Navarra has agreement , within the framework of Erasmus.

    • Be a Spanish citizen with National Identity Card or have NIE (Foreign Resident Identification Number) or TIE in force.

    • Have a minimum level of B2 to be able to study subjects on the language of the host university. The Erasmus program offers a tool for language learning(OLS), although not associated with any official certificate .

The process of application and assignment is carried out in each School through the international coordinators, and the International Office of the University is in charge of gathering the Erasmus documentation and paying the scholarships.

  1. The student will apply for mobility in the annual call of his or her School

  2. You will have to comply with the general requirements of the Erasmus program and those of your own School or School, as well as with the specific requirements of the corresponding destination if any.

  3. The selection process will be carried out following academic criteria (grade average of transcript, fundamentally), guaranteeing transparency and equal access and opportunities for all participants.

  4. Once assigned the destination, the student must comply with the submission of the documentation in due time and form to maintain the place of exchange and the scholarship associated with it.

The financial financial aid depends on the standard of living in the country of destination and the duration of the mobility

Monthly amount of aid

group 1

Program countries with higher living costs

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden.

Partner countries in region 14 (Faroe Islands, Switzerland or United Kingdom)

310 €

group 2

Program countries with average living costs

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain.

Partner countries in region 5 (Andorra, Vatican City, Monaco and San Marino)

260 €


Program countries with lower living costs

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey.

210 €

A person with fewer opportunities is a potential participant whose status staff , physical, mental or health condition would prevent him/her from participating in the project or the mobility action without additional financial or other subject support.

In these cases, the individual monthly financial aid corresponding to group of the country of destination will be increased by 250 EUR/month.

To receive this additional monthly financial aid , the student must comply with at least one of these requirements:

  • Students beneficiaries of a scholarship of programs of study of general character of the General Administration of the State to carry out programs of study university and other higher programs of study or the scholarship of the Basque Government in the course immediately prior to the mobility or in the current one (from project 2022).

  • Refugees or those entitled to subsidiary protection or application for international protection in Spain.

  • Recognized disability of 33% (in addition, these students can receive financial aid for additional expenses not covered by this additional financial aid ).

Students and recent graduates who do not receive travel support may opt for green travel. In this case they will receive a one-time contribution of 50 EUR as a supplementary amount to the individual support and up to 4 days of additional individual support to cover the travel days on a round trip, if applicable. An environmentally friendly trip is one in which the main journey is made by low-emission transport: train, bus, carpooling, ...

Students and the staff with a zero subsidy of EU Erasmus+ funds are participants on the mobility who do not receive a subsidy Erasmus+ from the EU for travel and subsistence expenses, but who meet all the criteria of mobility of the students and the staff and benefit from all the advantages of the students and the staff Erasmus+.

The tables included in this section show the statistical distribution of grades of subjects passed in each academic year according to the School or school. The grades of the students who have taken the subjects at the University of Navarra are considered, including incoming exchange students and excluding outgoing students.

Consult the 2022-2023 grading grid


International Relations Office

University of Navarra, Campus University

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Erasmus Internships

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  • Be formally enrolled in the University of Navarra or be in the first year as graduate (the internship will be available at apply for while still student of the University of Navarra).
  • Duration: Between 2 months and 12 months. In total, a student of Degree can carry out up to 12 months of Erasmus stays throughout their years of study (24 months in the case of Pharmacy and Medicine).
  • Where?: any public or private organization active in the work market or in the fields of Education, training, youth, research and innovation; or an NGO, a association or a non-profit organization; or a tutorial, career guidance or information services body; a higher Education institution located in an EU Member State or in a third country associated to the Program which has been awarded an ECHE or a higher Education institution from a third country not associated to the Program recognized as such by the competent authorities and which has signed inter-institutional agreements with its partners from an EU Member State or from a third country associated to the Program before the activity of mobility is carried out.
  • Be a Spanish citizen with National Identity Card or have NIE (Foreign Resident Identification Number) or TIE in force.
    • Have a minimum level of B2 to be able to study subjects on the language of the host university. The Erasmus program offers a tool for language learning(OLS), although not associated with any official certificate .

The process of application and assignment is carried out from Career Services in coordination with the International Office.

More information

Students and recent graduates undertaking periods of training internship will receive a supplementary amount to the individual support of their EU Erasmus+ subsidy amounting to EUR 150 per month. Students and recent graduates with fewer opportunities who participate in periods of training internship are entitled to receive the supplementary amount corresponding to students and recent graduates with fewer opportunities and the supplementary amount for periods of training internship .


At the University of Navarra, the internships are managed by Career Services. If the internship is within the European Union, scholarship Erasmus is available.

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Additional scholarships

Information about other scholarships...

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In addition to the scholarship Erasmus, additional scholarships can be found at apply for mobility :



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The Exchange System between Spanish University Centres (SICUE) is a national programme of mobility for university students, promoted by Crue-Student Affairs and Crue-Internationalisation and Cooperation as a result of an agreement framework signed by the rectors of Spanish universities on 18 February 2000. This programme allows students enrolled at a Spanish university institution (home institution) to spend a semester or complete a full academic year at another Spanish university institution with which their home university has an agreement, with this stay having guarantees of academic recognition.


  1. Guarantees of academic recognition and achievement, as well as of suitability for their curricular system.

  2. This exchange system takes into account its educational value by allowing the student to experience different teaching systems, including internships, as well as the different social and cultural aspects of other autonomous communities and cities.

  3. It is based on trust between institutions, transparency of information, reciprocity and flexibility.

  4. This is a programme of mobility which does not include funding.

  • Recognition of studies taken at host university will be automatic at home university.

  • For this purpose, it will be necessary that the host university will send to the academic coordinator of the corresponding centre of the University of Navarra, an academic certificate duly signed and stamped, which will include the grades obtained during the exchange.

  • Once the recognition has been carried out, it will be added to the student's transcript .

The student's mobility will be based on the Academic agreement , where the activity to be carried out at the host institution will be described and will be automatically recognised by the home institution.

The Academic agreement accepted by the three parties involved (student, sending and host institution) will have the official status of a binding contract for the signatories and can only be modified within 1 month from the start of the semester.

The duration of the stays will be half or full academic year, which will be determined by the academic organisation of each university.

Extensions or reductions of the initially requested periods of stay may be authorised as long as the coordinators of the home and host universities are in agreement with agreement and justify such changes, which must be included in the established document (agreement Academic), provided that there are no comparative disadvantages between students.

  1. Half-year: stays of 3, 4, 5 or 6 months. During this period a minimum of 24 ECTS credit must be taken.

  2. Full course: 9-month stays. During these stays, students must take at least 45 courses ECTS credit.

Those students participating in this mobility who have a disability Degree equal to or greater than 33%, may apply for a reduction of credits enrolled. This application must be accompanied by a report of the Unit of attention to diversity and disability of the home university.

In those cases in which the student has fewer credits left to complete their studies than the minimum required for each subject stay, they will be eligible for the exchange if they meet the rest of the requirements of requirements and have enrolled for all the remaining credits. In these cases the mobility will be a semester.

The number of convocations to which the student is entitled will be those that take place at host university for each subject and academic year.

  • To have passed a minimum of 45 credits at home university and to be enrolled for a further 30 credits, without prejudice to compliance with the internal rules and regulations of home university regarding the minimum number of credits passed in order to be eligible for a scholarship of mobility, in which case the said rules and regulations will apply;

  • In the case of transfer students, they must have passed 45 credits at the university to which they transferred, where they are applying for mobility;

  • Fulfill the requirement to pass the credits referred to in the two preceding paragraphs.

  • Each student will be able to obtain only one SICUE exchange at the same university and only one SICUE exchange in each academic year.

  • At the University of Navarra this programme of mobility is open only to students of Degree (masters and doctorates are excluded).

* Exceptionally, requirements may be made more flexible for students who are high-level athletes and high performing or victims of gender violence.

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