Exchange Partner Universities of EUSA must send the official nomination list to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to register officially.
Students should complete as soon as possible the EUSA Application Form before arriving. Students will be able to contact us whenever they need it, either before or after registration.
Exchange students who are coming to study at EUSA, must be registered on the online EUSA application form. Use the registration code sent via email from EUSA’s International Office.
To complete the form you will need to enter the code sent to you by email from EUSA’s international office.
You will have to attach to this form the following documentation in PDF or JPG format.
- 1 copy of your passport or of your ID
- 1 passport size photo
- 1 copy of your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or private/similar for non-European students.
All EUSA courses, as part of our 4 EHEA accredited degrees, share the following characteristics:
- 6 ECTS credits
- 60 in-class contact hours plus optional additional exams
- 90 homework hours
- 75% mandatory attendance
- Minimum class size of 10 students
For further information on course-related matters please consult our Programme Policies.
In deciding where to complete your semester or year, you will be required to identify a number of transferable courses. Please take your time to read through our courses and their descriptions; you may choose different criteria to narrow down your results.
All BAs are 4 years full time undergraduate degrees. Each BA includes a total of 240 credits (ECTS – European Credit Transfer System).
To complete your Learning Agreement you should always check it with your local international programs coordinator before enrolling into the exchange program at EUSA in order to guarantee the validation of credits at your home university.
Codes ending in EN mean that the courses are taught in English and the names of the courses must be written in English in your Learning Agreement. If they do not have the EN ending, means that the courses are taught in Spanish so the names of the courses must be written in Spanish.
Please do not forget to always write the Code + Name of the courses selected in your Learning Agreement, which must be signed by you, EUSA and your home university. Remember that your final Learning Agreement, after the add/drop period (first week).
EUSA has a required minimum of 10 students per class; course cancellation will become effective if this number is not reached by both local and international students. This minimum size requirement applies to all degrees, programs, language courses, regular courses and academic year.
This Course List can be modified until the beginning of the semester so please, before coming to Seville, choose other alternatives with your coordinator to make sure of not having problems in case you need to modify your learning agreement once in EUSA.
You have to choose the courses you would like to study. It should be reminded that some courses could have limited capacity, therefore, this step will not be definitely until its confirmation by EUSA, so please, send your Learning Agreement as soon as possible to EUSA International Office (email@example.com) before arriving.
Deadline 1st Semester or full academic year: June 30th. For the 2nd Semester: November 30th.
It should be also informed that the required language level for incoming students in the next academic year will be the indicated in the established Bilateral Agreement.
The official Transcript of Record will be sent to the student home university at the end of the semester or at the end of the year for those students who are the full year.
EUSA University Centre’s academic calendar is dependent on the official calendar provided by the Comisión del Distrito Único Universitario Andaluz. All dates herein included may be modified upon release of the official Universidad de Sevilla dates.
Students should not book any travels until closer to expected Holiday dates. Find the updated calendar on the section Downloads.