BECA EUSA INTERNACIONAL

What is the Beca EUSA Internacional?

The EUSA University Centre, in order to increase the offer of international mobility for its undergraduate students, announces each academic year the Beca EUSA Internacional so that the beneficiaries can study in certain foreign universities.

Those interested in applying for the scholarship must complete and send to the Secretariat of the Center (secretaria@eusa.es) and the International Office (internationaloffice@eusa.es) the APPLICATION FORM added in the conditions of the competition plus all the required documents within the stipulated time.

If you want to get information about the requirements, the application, the destinations, the modalities and the fee and payment of the scholarships, check the conditions of the competition shown below.

APPLICATION

Students interested in taking part in the Beca EUSA Internacional for the next academic year must complete the application form added in the conditions of the competition plus all the required documents within the stipulated time and submit it to the Secretary’s Office of the Centre.

Please consult the rules of the call for more information about the requirements, application, destinations, languages, modalities, etc.

DESTINATIONS

EUSA University Centre is a Spanish private university centre founded in 1961 and affiliated with the University of Seville since 1996. Our official undergraduate degrees include Audiovisual Communication, Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, and Tourism; our Study Abroad offer includes over 30 different subject areas in Spanish and English, ranging from Media Studies, Business and Human Resources to Cultural Studies, Language or History.

https://www.catholic.edu/index.html


This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 2nd semester of the next academic year.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for the Journalism degree and the Advertising and Public Relations degree.

https://millikin.edu/

This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for the Audiovisual Communication degree, the Journalism degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

https://www.griffith.ie/

In this modality, the subjects taught at the host university are predetermined and the study agreement is closed.

Length: 1 year academic year.

Requirement: C1 level in English.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students in the 3rd year of the Journalism degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

https://www.lae-edu.es/

This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

Enrolment fee not included.

A B2 in English is required, and a higher level is recommended.

The destination universities for this modality will be the ones offered through the company which is collaborating with the EUSA International Office for Australia “LAE”.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for the Audiovisual Communication degree, the Journalism degree, the Advertising and Public Relations degree, the Tourism degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.


EUSA & LAE ESPAÑA offer students who are studying the degree at the EUSA university center the opportunity to study ONE SEMESTER IN AUSTRALIA in order to improve both professionally and in English.

LAE España offers multiple options of institutions and destinations in Australia.

LAE offers you free services:

Information about the most recognized educational institutions in Australia.

Study, accommodation options, food, transportation, overheads, airfares, medical insurance, scholarships and promotions cost assessment.

Details about the lifestyle, cities, culture and climate of Australia.

Support in its four offices in Australia.

Student visa procedures.

Documents certification.

In addition to the semester in Australia, students will have the opportunity to choose between paid internships (if studying the Tourism degree) or programs that will lead to a certification by the Australian university. (It depends on each destination, so please check it out).

For more information visit the LAE Spain website or contact the International Office.

LAE Spain
Paseo de las Delicias, 1. 41001 – Seville
Tlf: (0034) 954 561 813 // (0034) 625 749 014
Person of contact: Olga Inés Carnero
E-mail: sevilla@latinoaustralia.com / olga.carnero@lae-edu.es

 

https://www.uai.edu.ar//

This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

Requirement: C1 level in English.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call. 

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Audiovisual Communication degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

http://www.usal.edu.ar/usal_carreras-grado

In this modality, the subjects taught at the host university are predetermined and the study agreement is closed.

Length: 1 year academic year.

Requirement: C1 level in English.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students in the 3rd year of the Journalism degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.


https://www.ucaece.edu.ar/

This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Audiovisual Communication degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Tourism degree.

 This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30 in a university abroad chosen by the student.

 Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

 Tuition fee not included.

The student must give the International Office a list of subjects from the host university that can be recognised in the degree studied in EUSA, providing for each subject its full teaching project and indicating the number of ECTS credits, the number of hours of study, the description of the subject and the subject of its degree in EUSA that it is requesting to be recognised for. You must also provide contacts at the host university and the notification of acceptance by the host university.


Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Audiovisual Communication degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

https://www.wvu.edu/

 This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

 Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

 Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

 

http://www.udg.mx/

 This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

 Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

 Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

https://www.uniacc.cl/

 This modality has a minimum recognition of 24 ECTS credits and a maximum of 30.

Length: 1st or 2nd semester of the next academic year.

 Enrolment fee included.

Scholarship: check the requirements of the call.

Available for students of the Journalism degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

https://www.dublinlanguages.com/es/3623/ 

 3 weeks summer 2021.

Tuition and accommodation included.

Available for the Journalism degree, the Tourism degree, the Advertisement and Public Relations degree and the Journalism + Audiovisual Communication double degree.

OBLIGATIONS

The students who are holders of the Beca EUSA Internacional must read carefully the requirements and the information of the call. Only by doing this, the student will be able to fill the adequate procedure established to enjoy his/her stay abroad.

WHAT TO DO BEFORE YOU LEAVE

Enrolment and Admission

The student must carry out the procedures established by the host university in order to register and be admitted in that institution. This university may contact the students, so students must check their email regularly without forgetting about the spam folder. If after some time they do not receive any information, they should contact the International Office of EUSA.

Important: read carefully the information received and remember the deadlines for any documentation required by the host university. If you do not do so on time, they have the right to refuse the admission to any student who does not fulfil their obligations.

Study Agreement and Enrolment

The student who is interested must sign at the International Office of EUSA the Study Agreement (Annex 6 of the requirements of the call), already completed and signed by the Head of Studies, at least 1 month before the student’s departure to the host university. The student will send this agreement to the host university for its signature.

This document will be filled out with the help of the Degree Coordinator and will include the courses that will be taken at the host university as well as those that will be validated by EUSA. The student will be able to suggest courses to be taken at the host university (visit your university’s website) to be included in the agreement. This document will be effective when signed by the student, the host university and EUSA. Study Agreements that have not been reviewed by EUSA will not be accepted.

Once at the destination it is likely that modifications will have to be made, for which the student should contact the EUSA International Office and Head of Studies. Do not forget that if the modification affects the courses you have enrolled for at EUSA, the student must also inform the Secretariat to make the change. This modification must be solved in the shortest time possible from the arrival at the host university and within a maximum period of three weeks.

Tuition waivers at some host universities never involve price waivers in EUSA. For the validation of courses, each student must pay the full amount that belongs to their enrolment during the course at EUSA as usual, in the same period as always, always indicating to the Secretary which courses they will take abroad. If any modification of the original enrolment fee at EUSA that arises from a change in the study agreement is made, the student must tell the Secretary.

Submit 2 passport size photos to the International Office to complete the study agreement.

DOCUMENTS to be sent to the International Office: internationaloffice@eusa.es.

  • Signed Financial Agreement (Annex 3 of the requirements of the call).
  • Certificate of travel (Annex 4), with the exact date of travel.
  • Insurance policy including repatriation. In European destinations it is required to obtain the European Health Insurance Card. Likewise, all the insurance requirements established by the destination university must be met.
  • Copy of the one-way ticket to the destination according to the deadline established in the requirements.

Due to the limitations to travel due to the current alarm situation, we recommend not buying tickets for flights without the possibility of changes until the mobility is confirmed.

Accommodation

The search for accommodation in the destination country is the responsibility of the student. This task takes a lot of time, so we recommend doing it from the very beginning. Usually, exchange students shuffle between the two most common options: university residence or shared apartment.

Some destinations offer accommodation services in the university’s own residences or others they have an agreement with. They usually publish it on their website or let students know about it by sending them an informative email. If you have any doubts, we recommend you to contact the coordinators of the destination universities and ask for this service or any other information that may help you. Leaving a week before the start of classes will always be helpful to the student.

ONCE THERE

Student Agreement

Review the study agreement with the class schedules so that courses do not overlap. If this is the case, let the International Office/Head of Studies know so that they can study the modification of the agreement and, if approved, in case the modification affects enrolment in the EUSA, the student must notify the Secretary of the Center. The student will be able to add courses from the host university chosen of his/her interest. The modification will be made in the shortest time possible, within 1 MONTH from the date of arrival, and must be signed by: the student, the home university and the host university (all of them). Check out the point 2 of the first block.

Qualifications

Before coming back, all students must obtain their report card (grades) which must be submitted to the International Office of EUSA for the validation of subjects. Without this document it will not be possible to recognize the courses taken abroad, therefore, the student must indicate to the International Office of EUSA, by what means and when they will arrive to proceed with the recognition of credits.

AFTER COMING BACK

Documents

  • The Original Certificate of Stay (Annex 5) must be signed by the host institution and delivered to the International Office within 15 working days of the student’s return.
  • The Student Report will be sent to the student via email when the Certificate of Stay is delivered. It must be completed.
  • The official qualifications of the beneficiary must be delivered to the International Office or, in its absence, you must indicate by what means they will arrive in order to proceed to the recognition of credits, if applicable.

CURRENT STATE OF ALARM

Due to the current situation of global COVID-19 crisis, these mobilities are subject to possible changes of postponement or cancellation depending on the admission protocols of each of the universities and countries of destination, as well as the health and safety protocols of EUSA. The International Office will inform the students of any modification that could arise with the calendar for the accomplishment of these mobilities.

RECOMMENDATIONS

Check your host university’s website: every exchange student should become familiar with their host university’s website. There they will find useful information about the study plans, schedules, housing, registration/enrolment, calendar, deadlines for sending the required documents, etc. Remember that generally all universities have a section called “International”, “Exchange”, “Study Abroad” or similar that you should check, as this is where you will find important and very useful information for your stay.

EXPERIENCES

BECA EUSA INTERNACIONAL IN ARGENTINA

Learn about the experience of one of the students who enjoyed the Beca EUSA Internacional in Argentina.

Enjoy through our Facebook Centro Universitario EUSA the video of the Inés Deza’s experience or the Guillermo Toribio’s photos in Buenos Aires.

International experience in Argentina
Erasmus experience

Guille fulfilled one of his dreams thanks to this scholarship, to broadcast a live soccer match! You will see how productive his journey was not only in the academic and professional areas but also in his many discoveries of wonderful places and fantastic people:

Beca EUSA Internacional: Inés in Argentina

This is one of the most requested destinations among our students.

Inés gives us her point of view about studying abroad and some strong points about her experience in Argentina.

BECA EUSA INTERNACIONAL IN AUSTRALIA

Life in the Antipodes can be as beautiful as the gallery of images our students send us. Enjoy!