Mobility and internationalization
Mobility and Internationalization
We believe in the importance of the mobility of our students, in the reception of students from other universities and in the internationalization of teachers and research. Therefore, all students will have some international experience throughout the bachelor's degree.
In the 2nd year you will travel to Brussels, and in the 2nd cycle you will have two other mobility experiences, being at least one of them compulsory (the others are optional).
Studying abroad will give you the opportunity to complement your training and learn about other cultures. In addition, it will provide you with a global vision to address the multiple and complex challenges that arise.
You will live a unique experience and develop highly valued personal and professional skills for your future profession.
Advantages of studying and working abroad
You will get to know other cultures and other ways of learning and working.
You'll expand your contact network.
You will develop personal and professional skills that are highly valued in your profession.
You will improve your use of other languages.
In order for you to gain international experience, you will be able to take part of your studies at universities in Europe and/or America, where the credits you take will be recognized in your "learning agreement".
To be able to study abroad:
- Your academic record will be taken into account.
- Your knowledge of foreign languages will be evaluated.
Mobility Programs for the Bachelor's Degree in Global Digital Humanities (HDG)
In the 2nd year you will travel to Brussels to get to know several global and digital institutions and social innovation centres.
In addition, in the second cycle (3rd and 4th year) you will have two other mobility experiences, being at least one of them mandatory. These mobility experiences are related to academic stays (Erasmus Studies) and the End-of-degree Project, through which you can acquire work experience in another country.