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Other mobility programmes

The International Relations Office (ORI) provides information and guidance, and manages the academic mobility programmes and the funding that enable students to study at other universities. Main mobility programmes are the following ones:

SICUE Programme

SICUE programme (Exchange System among University Centres in Spain) University Centres Exchange System is addressed to students with diploma courses, bachelor’s degrees in Technical Engineering and Technical Architecture and those who are taking the last two courses of a degree in Engineering or Architecture, as well as the students carrying out the bachelor’s thesis.

This programme is based on bilateral agreements between universities, so that the UdL students, who take a particular degree and are interested in pursuing a part of their study at another university in Spain, can apply for a place at that university, if the UdL has previously agreed with it an exchange programme of the same degree.

These bilateral agreements also establish the period of stay out of the UdL. A study period can take from 5 to 9 months within the same academic course. The duration of the stay has to coincide with the period of time mentioned in the offer.

Upon accepting the destination university and concluding all administrative procedures, students have to assume travel organization and other practical aspects of their stay.

Students who have been admitted have to enrol in the UdL and take a part of their studies at the destination university without paying any additional registration fees.

During their stay, the visiting students have the same academic rights and duties as the students from the destination university.

To know more about SICUE click on this link:

DRAC Programme

The Vives Network is a non-profit institution that represents and coordinates the joint action in higher education, research and culture of 21 universities from 4 European countries. Since 1994 it has offered a leading platform in services for university, public and private organizations and the society. Its main objective is contributing to the construction process of this cross-border interuniversity region in the Mediterranean Europe and its social and economic development.

  • 21 universities from 4 countries of the Mediterranean Europe: Andorra, Spain, France and Italy.
  • The only platform that joins public and private administrations in this cross-border area.
  • A wide range of innovative and shared quality services that surpasses the philosophy of institutional representation developed by other organizations.
  • A bridge of international visibility.
  • A university community composed of 500.000 students, 40.000 professors and researchers, and 10.000 administration and service staff members.
  • 12 leading science and technology parks throughout Europe and the rest of the world.
  • An active group of 300 members in the government teams of universities belonging to the Vives Network and hundreds of teachers and technicians who take part in the developing programmes and services of common interest.

The Network provides benefits to the university community and the society with all the guarantees of qualified experience and commitment to excellence.

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Erasmus-Internships Programme

This programme allows students to carry out internships in foreign companies. At present it is associated with IAESTE programme. (

UdL Mobility Programme

This programme allows academic mobility with universities out of Europe such as those in Mexico, the United States, Canada, and Chile, among others.

Signing agreement on exchange of students with foreign universities

The main criteria followed by the UdL and the Higher Polytechnic School when signing agreements with other universities are:

  1. Similarity of qualifications.
  2. Absence of an excessive offer of university places for students from the same country.
  3. Possible students’ interests.
  4. A good reception policy of the host university.
  5. Content and structure of the syllabus.
  6. Lecturing in English.

Information systems for mobility students

Students interested in using different mobility programmes at the University of Lleida dispose of the following information sources:

  • Web page of the International Relations Office of the UdL (
  • Informative sessions organized by the International Relations Office of the UdL.
  • Conferences organized by the School with the presence of the students who studied abroad and can share their experience.
  • Information provided by the students’ tutor.

Travel grants

The UdL provides students with financial aid for their stays out of the UdL within the framework of academic mobility at both national and international level (

Calls and students selection

Information concerning the calls can be found at

The selection of students who can take part in mobility programmes as well as the assignment of destination universities is performed by the School’s mobility coordinator.

Recognition of studies taken abroa

The subjects assessed in the destination centre are verified by the School’s mobility coordinator who approves the recognition of the subjects taken and passed. The qualification obtained becomes valid at the UdL upon receiving information concerned from the destination university.

Existing agreements

The following links show existing agreements with foreign universities:

To know more about Mobility Programmes (ORI) click on this link