General Information: The International Credit Mobility Programme KA107
2017, the Erasmus Programme celebrated its 30th anniversary. This
programme has enabled over 3 million European students to pursue a part
of their studies in another higher education institution (HEI) elsewhere
in Europe. The Erasmus+ Programme also includes a mobility action
KA107, to facilitate that students (undergraduate, master and doctoral)
and also university staff can carry out an exchange period at a partner
institution in almost any country in the world and vice versa.
Credit recognition is a key
element in this program. Students of all levels are given the
possibility of studying abroad for a limited period of 3 to 12 months
for which credits are awarded. After the mobility phase, students return
to their sending institution in order to complete their studies.
Similarly, staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad for
up to 2 months.
Students and staff that
participate in this programme and their sending and receiving
institutions are responsible for disseminating their experiences in
their home universities so that their mobility can create a significant
The mobility is
based on the existence of a project approved by the Erasmus National
Agencies of each country and the subsequent interinstitutional
agreements signed by the HEI institution and the institutions located in
The University of Cantabria coordinates or has coordinated the following projects: