- Academic Year: September – June
- Modules will be available in English
- Partner university website: ERAM University School
Campus activities and events
Whilst studing at ERAM University School, students can engage in a variety of activities offered through the University of Girona such as language classes, theatre workshops, the UdG choir and the Xoriguers human tower building group. There are many opportunities to get involved in public engagement and volunteering such as working with children in schools. They university has a dedicated sports centre offering classes such as Yoga, Krav Maga, Zumba and Taekwondo as well as winter sports activities such as snowboarding and skiing.
Travel and Accommodation
It is recommended that you purchase your flights to Girona once you have your Letter of Acceptance. You can take a flight to Girona-Costa Brava airport that is located 20 minutes by car from Girona. A bus line covers the Airport to Girona city centre departing every half an hour. You can also fly to Barcelona “El Prat” airport. There is a bus service from the airport to Girona that takes 90 minutes. Alternatively, you can also travel by train, changing at Sants station. For more information, please see the University of Girona webpage.
ERAM University School forms part of the University of Girona, who can in turn assist international students in finding accommodation. You should only apply to live in accommodation as an exchange student only after you receive your Letter of Acceptance. For more information check out University of Girona Accommodation.
Fees and costs
Whilst studying at ERAM University School, you don’t need to pay any tuition fees. However, some universities charge small fees for the use of facilities such as the Students’ Union. If you have any queries about any these charges, we recommend that you speak directly with the host university. You will be required to pay for the following: accommodation, meal plan, health insurance and books. Students accepted on Erasmus may also be eligible to receive the Erasmus+ grant.