Grants for international mobility are the financial amounts offered by the University of Andorra to encourage students to participate in a face-to-face mobility at another university with which the UdA has signed an agreement.
In order to receive a grant for international mobility, the applicant must:
- Be a student in an official degree at the University of Andorra.
- Have not previously received a mobility grant for the same study programme.
- Have passed at least 30 credits (in case of bachelor’s degrees or DPA), 24 credits (master’s degrees) or the Research Project (Doctoral Programme).
- Enrol in at least 24 European credits (bachelor’s degrees or DPA) or 16 credits (master’s degrees or Doctoral Programme) during the mobility semester.
- Pass between 50% and 100% of the mobility credits. More information
To apply for a grant, one must complete the mobility form and the Declaration for the awarding of mobility grants. This declaration states that the student is in accordance with the rules governing the awarding of grants and that the student, if awarded a grant, authorizes the UdA to make the grant awarding public, including the amount and the purpose of the funds.
The decision to award the grant is the responsibility of the Academic Board of the University of Andorra. The Academic Board makes a decision once it has received the acceptance letter from the destination university and after reviewing the student’s eligibility.
- Call for international mobility grants (in Catalan)
- Regulations for the awarding of international mobility grants (in Catalan)
- Declaration for the awarding of mobility grants (in Catalan)
Other mobility grants
- DRAC programme from Vives Network of Universities