The KA103 exchange program is part of the Erasmus+ program and aims to facilitate mobility between students from educational institutions in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

If you are interested in enjoying the unique experience of studying at another university in the EHEA, this program is your opportunity. The cultural and academic immersion in a foreign university will broaden your knowledge of other languages, you will learn how people work and study in other countries and, ultimately, will expand your job opportunities when you return.

If you are a student at EET and you want to do an internship abroad

The EET has agreements with many prestigious universities, such as the University of Ghent, the Technical University of Munich, the University of Bologna, the University of Lodz and the Technical University of Eindhoven.

You can make a funded stay of up to 12 months that you must apply for in the annual call made by the University of Vigo. The allocation of places is made according to:

  • your academic record (average grade),
  • your accredited level of the language required by the host university,
  • and any additional criteria that the host university may indicate.

If you want to do an Erasmus+ KA103 stay, you must take into account:

You are in the Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering.

  • The curriculum is designed for mobility in the first semester of the fourth year.
  • You need to have passed at least 150 ECTS of the 180 ECTS corresponding to the first 3 courses.
  • You need to have a B1 level language certificate of the language in which you will receive the teaching at the host university, except in the case of Portugal and Italy.
  • The host institution may have additional requirements that will be indicated in the call itself.
  • You need to take between 15 and 30 ECTS per term at the host institution.
  • You will have to formalize a study contract with the person in charge of managing academic mobility (EET International Relations Subdirection).

You are in the Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering

  • The curriculum is designed for mobility in the second year
  • You need to have passed at least 50 ECTS of the 60 ECTS corresponding to the first year.
  • You need to have a language certificate of level B2 of the language in which you will be taught at the host university, except in the case of Portugal and Italy.
  • The host institution may have additional requirements that will be indicated in the call for applications.
  • You need to take between 15 and 30 ECTS per term at the host institution.
  • You will have to formalize a study contract with the person in charge of managing academic mobility (EET International Relations Subdirection).

If you want to come to our school

At the School of Telecommunication Engineering we have experience receiving students from other EHEA countries and we have a wide range of academic offerings in English:

If you want to come to the Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering

If you want to come to the Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering

In addition to enjoying all the advantages offered by the University of Vigo to foreign students, at EET you will receive quality teaching mostly in small groups and oriented to team projects. Click here to see the resources we have available for teaching.

Regulations of interest

You can consult the following:

For questions or more information

International Relations Sub-Directorate
of the School of Engineering of Tecomunicación


teleco.subdir.internacional@uvigo.es