ERASMUS+ Programme

The Erasmus+ Programme is undoubtedly one of the best opportunities to study abroad. The EUSA University Centre offers a wide range of destinations in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, England, Italy, Norway, Portugal and the Czech Republic – keep reading and start the adventure!


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The universities listed below are exclusively for students of the EUSA University Centre, students from other colleges and/or universities will not be eligible for these destinations just as EUSA students will not be eligible for theirs. Each faculty/university center has its own Erasmus+ destinations.

The official language certificate must be attached at the time of submitting the Erasmus+ application. The type of certificate must be in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for LanguagesCEFR or its equivalent.

The language required will be the one used at the host university, regardless of the country. For example, the Audiencia Business School university offers the option of applying with French or English, so when applying you must provide the certificate of the language in which you want to receive the classes.

Check the destinations of this 24-25 call here! 


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E+ University City, Country E+ Code Language Level Spots Months
Artevelde University of Applied Sciences Ghent, Belgium B GENT39 Inglés B2 2 10
University of New York in Prague - UNYP Prague, Czech Republic CZ PRAHA40 English B2 2 5
Zeppelin Universität Friedrichshafen, Germany D FRIEDRI01 English B2 or German B1 2 5


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E+ University City, Country E+ Code Language Level Spots Meses
Hogeschool PXL Hasselt, Belgium B HASSELT22 English B1 3 5
Artevelde University of Applied Sciences Ghent, Belgium B GENT39 Inglés B2 2 10
University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication - FH Wien Viena, Austria A WIEN21 English B2 3 5
Università di Comunicazione e Lingue di Milano - IULM Milan, Italy I MILANO05 Italian B1 or English B2 2 5
Mary Immaculate College - MIC Limerick, Ireland IRL LIMERIC04 English B1 2 5
Oslo Metropolitan University - OSLOMET Oslo, Norway N OSLO60 English B1 2 5


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E+ University City, Country E+ Code Language Level Spots Meses
Kristiania University College - Westerdals Oslo, Norway N OSLO56 English B2 2 5
University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication - FH Wien Viena, Austria A WIEN21 English B2 3 5
Università di Comunicazione e Lingue di Milano Milán, Italy I MILANO05 Italian B1 o English B2 4 5
Università Degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa di Napoli Napoles, Italy I NAPOLI04 Italian A2 2 5


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E+ University+ City, Country E+ Code Language Level Spots Meses
Hochschule Kempten Kempten, Germany D KEMPTEN01 English B1 or German B1 2 5
Université d’Angers Angers, France F ANGERS01 French B1 3 5
Université d’Angers Angers, France F ANGERS01 English B2 (Semestre 2) 1 5
Università di Comunicazione e Lingue di Milano - IULM Milán, Italy I MILANO05 English B1 or Italian B1 2 5
Budapest Metropolitan University Budapest, Hungary HU BUDAPES45 English B1 2 5

The student must read the terms and conditions of the call published by the US to find out about the procedure to be followed, deadline, obligations and rights. Each applicant may apply for the places in order of preference.

Applications should preferably be submitted electronically through the procedure for the submission of applications and generic model applications available at the Sede Electrónica of the University of Seville, for which a digital certificate from the FNMT or electronic ID card is required. They can also be presented at the General Registry (Registro General) of the University of Seville (C/ San Fernando, 4) or in its Auxiliary Registries (Pabellón de Brasil: Paseo de las Delicias s/n) with the following documents that must also be sent to for full registration. It is essential to print a copy of the final application as a guarantee receipt.

  • Application form for affiliated centres (click to download)
  • Academic certificate of studies. Request it from the EUSA Secretariat as far in advance as possible as it may take several days to process.
  • Photocopy of the official language accreditation.

The results will be published on the same US website where the call has been announced. Once the final results have been announced, the US (Universidad de Sevilla) will inform the foreign universities about the students so that they can receive the necessary information to register online at the host university. Each student is fully responsible for making their own registration on the date stipulated by their host university.

If you are an Erasmus+ holder, please read the following information carefully in order to comply with the obligations and procedures correctly. The student is responsible for reading the requirements of the call published by the US, in order to correctly carry out all the required procedures in time and form, as well as all the relevant information needed.

There are no excuses with this summary! This section will help you get your ideas organised and make your experience easier.


1) The student must make the arrangements established by his/her host university for admission in a timely manner. The host university will contact the Erasmus holders directly, so students should check their email regularly without forgetting the spam mailbox. If they do not receive information after some time, they must contact the EUSA International Office.

2) Make the study agreement with the help of the Grade Coordinator. In this document you will find the courses that will be taken both at the host university and those that will be validated by EUSA. The student may suggest subjects to be taken at the host university (visit the university website) to be included in the agreement. This document will be effective when signed by the student, the Erasmus+ university and EUSA. Once signed by all of them, it must be sent to and  Study Agreements that have not been reviewed by EUSA will not be accepted. It is recommended to do it before the month of May.

Once there it is likely that the study agreement will have to be modified, so contact the Grade Coordinator. Help your coordinator and send him/her an updated list of the courses that can be offered to you once you are in your destination! If the modification affects the courses chosen in EUSA, the student must inform the Secretary ( The last modified agreement must be sent to the University of Seville to replace the old one. Modifications must be resolved within 15 days of arrival at the Erasmus+ University.

3) Submit to US International Relations a copy of the outbound flight ticket, study agreement, account number (download here) and insurance policy covering repatriation in case of illness or accident.

4) Take the mandatory OLS (Online Linguistic Support) test to evaluate linguistic competence. The results obtained will not have any consequence, although this requirement is essential to process the final payment of the support. The Erasmus+ OLS platform will send by email an invitation to do so, if you do not receive it contact the US to request the sending again.

5) Once the previous steps have been taken, request the Subsidy Contract (Contrato de Subvención) from the US, which should be sent to

6) Other documents you will need for your Erasmus stay:

7) Tuition exemption at the host university does not imply price exemption in EUSA. For the validation of courses, each student must pay the full amount that corresponds to their registration during the current course in EUSA as usual, in the same period as always, always indicating to the Secretariat which subjects they will take abroad. Any change in the original EUSA enrolment fee due to a modification in the study agreement must be notified to the Secretary.

8) Students who wish to modify their period of stay must obtain the approval from EUSA and the host university. Once approved, send the Modification of Stay document to the US, duly justified and signed. If the student decides to do so while in the destination country, this modification must be made before November 10th. Download the document here.


1.  Students who have travelled in their own vehicle must submit the certificate of arrival and send it to the US signed and sealed. All students, before coming back to Spain, must hand in the certificate of stay at their destination university so that it is also signed and sealed.

2.  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 Centre. 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.

3. Before the return, all Erasmus students must obtain their grades to submit to the International Office of EUSA for the validation of subjects. Without this document the courses taken abroad cannot be recognised.


Students must deliver, within 15 calendar days of their return from their stay:

1. Erasmus + questionnaire which SEPIE will send by e-mail to the student about the development of his stay at the host university (to be handed in at the US).

2. Original certificate of stay signed and sealed by the host university (must be delivered to the US).

3. Final qualifications of the period abroad (delivered to the International Office of EUSA). Without this document the subjects taken abroad will not be recognised and the full scholarship will not be obtained.

4. Take the online Erasmus + OLS level test (US).

Check out the Erasmus recommendations here before you pack!

Use these two lists to find out if you are ready and take everything you need before you leave.

First, do your research:

  1. Look for accommodation (shared apartment/student dorm)
  2. Search for flights in different websites
  3. Find out where to exchange currency if necessary
  4. Look for the health center/hospital near the accommodation at your destination before you leave
  5. Locate supermarkets near the accommodation
  6. Familiarize yourself with daily transportation (buses, subway, telephone cab, trains, Uber/Cabify availability, bike rental, etc.)
  7. Find transportation from the airport to your accommodation and vice versa
  8. Look at the climate of the country to decide what to wear


Carry them with you:

  1. Valid ID card/passport until after return
  2. European Health Insurance Card and/or private health insurance
  3. Insurance policy that covers those contingencies not foreseen by the European Health Insurance Card (including civil insurance and repatriation)
  4. Cash and/or credit card

Check your host university’s website: it will help you find useful information about the study plans, schedules, accommodation, registration, calendar and deadlines for sending the required documents. All universities have a section called “International”, “Erasmus”, “Study Abroad” or similar.

The search for accommodation in the destination country is the responsibility of the student. This task takes quite a bit of time, so we recommend that you get started on it as soon as possible. Usually, Erasmus students choose between the university residence or a shared apartment.

Some universities offer housing services in their own residences or others which they have agreements with. If you hurry, this is the safest option for accommodation! If you have any doubts, we recommend you to contact the coordinator of the host university and ask for this service or other interesting information that can help you.

There are forums where students look for information about accommodation in the city they are going to study in. This can be useful to know which areas are ideal for students and which are not recommended. These forums can be used as a guide, but keep in mind that the information there is not always safe.


The Erasmus student charter applies to students who meet the Erasmus+ eligibility requirements and have been chosen by their university to carry out a period of study in another European country, at a partner university or a period of work experience in a company or other organization.

The rights and obligations of Erasmus students are set out in the letter.

Erasmus Student Rights Letter

Centro Internacional de la Universidad de Sevilla (International Centre of the University of Seville)

Address: Avenida de Ciudad Jardín, 20-22  (Gran Plaza)

Postal code: 41005 – Sevilla

Guille and Natalia in Sunderland

We talked to Claudia López about her experience

Claudia Vázquez Instagram live

Claudia López – Prague 2020/21 Student of Audiovisual Communication

We talked to Claudia López about her experience in Prague.

Her friends and family recommended her to take the Erasmus scholarship… and now she doesn’t want to come back!

The personal growth and independence that is acquired in these experiences are sublime. We recommend you to see the complete interview to solve your doubts before choosing your international destination 🙂

Verónica Reina – Nantes 2020/21 Student of Advertising and Public Relations

Our colleague Clara Lacarcel interviews Verónica Reina through Instagram to review her stay in EUSA and her ERASMUS experience in France. “The Erasmus experience opens your mind. Now I can see solutions where others see problems”. “I have developed my emotional intelligence, to solve my daily conflicts and work as a team”.

Verónica perfectly explains the emotional rollercoaster one feels when spending a semester abroad, especially in times of coronavirus. However, it all depends on how you want to take the experience. In her own words: “of course it is a positive experience”, “that is why I am going to extend the scholarship for one more semester”.

Click on the image to see the full interview!

Instagram live with Verónica Reina from France!

Verónica Reina Instagram live

Rocío López in Vienna 2019/20. Journalism student.

“Everyone told me the Erasmus programme is the best experience a student lives, it changes your life and the way you enjoy things. It’s been a few months and I’ve got to know new people. I am immersing myself into all the cultures I’m discovering, learning how to be independent, non-stopping everyday, and becoming a chef. You even learn useful things when bad things happen to you. I am sure you will come back valuing everything more and realising that it is not about living with a lot, but about living surrounded by good people with the same passion as you to live the adventure and leaving aside all the material things.

Thanks to the International Department of EUSA, I am living something I will never forget. From Vienna, I encourage you to learn about the options you have to do the Erasmus programme. Don’t miss this great opportunity!

EVERYTHING you need to know about your year abroad

Erasmus student in Budapest

Ángela Vázquez in Budapest 2019/20. Tourism student.

“For me, my Erasmus life stage has been one of the best experiences of my life because I have had the opportunity to live in Budapest, a beautiful city I had wanted to know for a long time and where I’ve had the opportunity to make many friends. On a personal level it has been a very enriching experience, in which I have been able to realise, above all, that I can stand on my own feet anywhere, even if it is a little hard at first.

I can only thank the International Department of EUSA for this opportunity and for their insistence that we live these international experiences even if they scare us at first, because thanks to that insistence I have been able to live this unique experience I will always remember and I take away not only as a vital experience, but also an academic one for all the things I have learned in the different subjects in which I enrolled in the Budapest Metropolitan University. Thanks to EUSA and especially to my tutor Ángeles González.

I encourage everyone who is thinking about living an experience like this to live it once for all, I assure you you will never regret it”.

Berta Castaño in Naples 2019/20 Student of Advertising and Public Relations.

After her unforgettable Erasmus+ Studies in Italy, Berta decided that she had to continue her education, broaden her experience abroad, so she took back the reins of her life and looked for a company to do an internship. She applied for the Erasmus+ Internship and… now she is back in Italy, but now working in Rome! Her resume has gone up like crazy!

Erasmus student in Naples

Guillermo Pickman and José María Movilla. Prague 19/20. Students of Audiovisual Communication. 

Life changing experiences!