The Erasmus exchange program allows students to complete a period of study at a higher education institution in another European country. Upon completion, the student’s home institution will recognize the academic studies. During this period, the student will be exempted from paying tuition fees at the host institution.
There are currently 31 participating countries:
The 27 countries in the European Union are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
One candidate country: Turkey.
Three associate countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Study at the Centre Superior de Música Conservatori del Liceu through the ERASMUS program
If you are interested in coming to the Conservatory as an Erasmus student you must follow this procedure:
- Applications are handled through your study center. Please contact the International Relations Office at your university or conservatory.
- If your study center has an agreement with the Conservatori del Liceu, they will submit your application directly to us. Your conservatory or university will notify you of the acceptance or rejection of your application.
- If there is not a bilateral agreement already established, the International Relations Office at your university or conservatory will still submit the application for the Erasmus exchange, and will handle other preliminary steps to establish an agreement between the two centers.
- On the Conservatory’s website you will find the required information about the advanced study curriculum to fill out the academic information on your application. It is important to clearly indicate the period and the subjects that interest you. link to advanced studies
- The final determination of your subjects will be confirmed with the approval or denial of the subjects requested in your Learning Agreement, which will be returned before the start of your stay. If it is necessary (and possible) to later change any of the subjects, the change will necessarily be reflected in a modification of the original Learning Agreement, which must also be approved by your home center.
Recognition of Credits
The Conservatori del Liceuapplies the ECTS system to your resume and the recognition of courses taken by its students. To complete a full course, students participating in the international Erasmus exchange program must fulfill 60 credits, 30 credits per semester. For other exchange periods, the total number of credits will be determined for each individual case, but students must complete at least 15 credits per quarter.
Conservatory students wishing to participate in the Erasmus program
Conservatory Students interested in participating in the Erasmus program can contact the international relations office in person, by phone or email. They can also attend informational meetings about international exchange programs that are held throughout the academic year.