How to apply?
Nomination, Application, Documentation and Deadlines...
Students must be nominated by their university and the university must confirm the nominations to UVic.
Universities should send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information of each nominee:
- First name and Surname
- Email address
- Exchange period and duration (in months)
- Type of exchange (study or placement)
- Home institution
- Studies at home institution
- Studies/Area of studies at UVic (i.e. Business, Psychology, Education, Engineering, etc.)
- Requested department/s
- Autumn semester (from September to January) - 15 April
- Spring semester (from January to July) - 15 October
Once we open each period for applications, we will send an informative e-mail to all the partner institutions and their accepted nominees with details about the application form.
All the nominated students will have to fill in our online Application Form.
- Autumn semester (from September to January): 25 April
- Spring semester (from January to July): 30 October
A decision will be sent to each student regarding the application from the International Relations Office via email (and by post when requested):
- Autumn semester and whole academic year applications: mid/late May
- Spring semester applications: late November
Once the acceptance period has been closed, the International Relations Office will contact all the accepted students to welcome them to UVic and give them further advice for their stay with us:
- Autumn semester and whole academic year: early/mid-June
- Spring semester: mid-December
All accepted students will be notified via email of their login credentials for the UVic Virtual Campus (the username and a link to activate their own password).
The Virtual Campus is an intranet with academic, administrative and other information for the university community and includes tools for communication, such as email, and learning, browsing and dynamic content: general university information and details of specific courses, communication of general interest, virtual classrooms (Moodle), your academic record, etc.
Based on our expertise in welcoming foreign students, we strongly recommend that before arrival at UVic all our international exchange students take out comprehensive insurance with worldwide cover for every conceivable risk during your exchange stay in Spain.
More information at Insurance.
For information on the required academic documentation and other academic details (i.e. internship details, calendar, registration, courses, timetables, etc.) the student should contact the UVic international academic coordinator at the faculty they will be based in.