International students from partner universities have the possibility to come to Universidad de La Laguna as part of an organised study exchange. In order to undertake an Erasmus+ study exchange period at Universidad de La Laguna, there must be a bilateral agreement between the corresponding departments of partner institutions. To check if an agreement with Universidad de La Laguna exists, please contact the responsible person at your home institution.
In order to apply for the Erasmus+ Exchange Programme at Universidad de La Laguna, your university must first send your nomination to the ULL Erasmus Office. After being nominated, you must complete your Student Application Form and Learning Agreement and submit those documents to us within the stipulated time. For further information on the admission procedure and deadlines, please click here.
You will receive a confirmation email from the ULL Erasmus Office if your application is successful. This will include some helpful information for your study placement at ULL.
We advise you not to make travel or accommodation plans until you have received confirmation of your acceptance at Universidad de La Laguna.
All sending institutions must forward the nominations of their outgoing Erasmus exchange students following the established nomination procedure, which will be communicated to partner universities.
|Nominations sent by Universities|
|Full academic year and first semester||15th May 2019|
|Second semester||15th October 2019|
|Documents sent by students|
|Full academic course and first semester||31st May 2019|
|Second semester||31st October 2019|
Prospective students wishing to come to the University of La Laguna under the Erasmus+ programme should fill out and send to our Erasmus Office the Student Application Form and the preliminary Learning Agreement. You must use our forms, even if you also send the forms provided by your home university.
In order to complete your Learning Agreement, you can check the study programmes of the respective faculties or centres at eGuia or with your Erasmus+ departmental coordinator at ULL. Before sending it to us, please make sure that it contains both your signature and that of the responsible person at your home university.
Students should fill out an online form and upload both documents, «Student Application Form» and «Learning Agreement». After nomination, we will contact students via email and send them a link to access the «google» form together with useful information.
Additional requirements for Postgraduate students:
If you wish to apply as a postgraduate student, please read and carefully follow
- We will only accept applications from students who have been nominated by their home university and only once we have received the nomination. If you have not been nominated, please do not submit an application.
- Please send your documents within the stipulated time.
- Any document submitted before or after the deadline will not be accepted.
- Handwritten documents will not be accepted.
- We will not accept documents or those who are not completed fill, means subject codes, signatures, and stamps in both forms, also we don’t accept documents sent it by email which is not the formal procedure
- Documents must be attached in one batch (Learning Agreement+Application Form)
- You have to use our forms, even if you also send the forms provided by your home university
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MEDICINE STUDENTS:
All the students coming to our Faculty of Medicine must apply for the full academic year, and therefore they must send their documents before 31st May 2019.
Academic Year 2019-2020
|First semester||Sept. 2019 – Jan. 2020||Jan. 2020 – Feb. 2020|
|Second semester||Feb. 2020 -May 2020||May 2020 – Jun. 2020|
|Repeats/Resits||A resit opportunity is available for almost all subjects||Jun. 2020 – Jul. 2020|
To view the full academic calendar 2018-2019, please click here
To help you integrate more easily into your new environment, the Erasmus Office organises a Welcome Day at the beginning of each semester.
Welcome Day 2019/2020
- Day: forthcoming
AEGEE-Tenerife organizes the WELCOME DAYS, which consist of one week of activities for Erasmus and Seneca students. More information can be found on this web and on Facebook. Don’t forget to register (limited places available).
Registration at the Erasmus Office
The Erasmus Office will be organising several registration meetings at the beginning of each semester. All Erasmus incoming students must make an appointment to attend these meetings at the information desk at C/Viana 50.
Students are recommended to arrive throughout the second week of September 2019 (first semester and full academic year) and the second fortnight of January 2020 (second semester).
Please note that registration at the Office is compulsory for all incoming Erasmus students.
|First semester||10th Sept. 2019 – 24th Sept. 2019|
|Second semester||21st Jan. 2020 – 03rd Feb. 2020|
|Opening hours||09:00-1400 (Monday to Friday)|
|Location||Calle Viana 50, San Cristóbal de La Laguna. 38200 Location
Enrolment at faculties/centers
After registering at the Erasmus Office, students have to register for the courses selected in their Learning Agreement at their host faculty/centre. All incoming Erasmus students must fill out the standard Enrolment Form, paying special attention to the box provided for Erasmus + students, which they will have to check.
The documents needed to formalise the enrolment are:
- Enrolment Form («Solicitud de Matrícula Ordinaria»), available at each faculty office
- Passport or National ID Card (original and a copy)
- Erasmus student documentation issued by the Erasmus Office
- NIE (Foreign Identity Number)
Erasmus students are exempt from registration and tuition fees. However, they have to pay the student insurance: 1.13€
Transcript of Records
At the end of the study period, the host faculty/centre will send the home university the transcript of records (ECTS academic document) with the grades for each course (it will take 4-5 weeks to arrive) For any questions concerning the Transcript of Records, please contact Admissions office .
Extension of Erasmus period
Students wishing to extend their period of study at the University of La Laguna (ULL) have to complete the Extension of Erasmus+ Period Form electronically and submit it before the end of the first semester at ULL (30th January 2019). This form can either be sent scanned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered by hand in the Erasmus Office (C/Viana, 50). After the document has been sent as indicated, the student must come to our office for new Erasmus details, which will be required for the enrolment procedure in the second semester.
Erasmus Certificate of Attendance
Before your departure, please make sure that you come to our office to sign your Certificate of Attendance and to close your file. This certificate can only be signed by us, not by your departmental coordinator at ULL.
Please also note that you must come to our office in person, as we will not be able to sign your certificate if someone comes in your place.
The date of departure in your certificate of attendance will coincide with the date you come to our office for our signature and will not, in any case, be after the end date of the academic period for which you have been selected
ULL Languages Service: Spanish Courses
The ULL Languages Service offers Spanish courses for incoming Erasmus Students, guaranteed by Instituto Cervantes.
Please note that these courses are not organised by ULL Erasmus Office.
For further information, follow this link.
ULL Languages Service administration
- Phone: (+34) 922 31 92 00
- E-mail: email@example.com
DELE Diplomas in Spanish
The DELE diplomas are internationally recognized official qualifications with permanent validity. They are granted by Instituto Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. The examination centre in Tenerife is located at the Philology Section of ULL (Faculty of Humanities). For further information, please click here.
Accommodation is available at various locations and with a diverse range of price categories, depending on location, quality and sharing of facilities. Should you wish to read the regulations regarding accommodation, please click here (content only in Spanish).
All rooms have already been assigned. No more vacancies.
The application period goes from 3rd to 21st June 2019. Please note that application forms received before or after this period will not be accepted.
Students failing to pay all their accommodation fees by the due date may have their Erasmus Certificate of Attendance withheld until the whole debt is paid.
Availability and Distribution of Rooms
Number of available rooms and prices for 19/20:
The University of La Laguna has accommodation available for Erasmus students distributed as follows:
- Parque de las Islas Hall of Residence
- Rooms: 14
- Monthly hall fee: 237,60 €
- Dining room: No
- San Agustín Hall of Residence
- Rooms: 2
- Monthly hall fee: 476,10 €
- Dining room: Yes – meals included (not optional)
- San Fernando Hall of Residence
- Rooms: 2
- Monthly hall fee: 476,10 €
- Dining room: Yes – meals included (not optional)
How to apply
Incoming students (all terms) must send the accommodation form between 3rd and 21st June 2019. Please note that application forms received before or after this period will not be accepted.
Documents must be attached to our online form applying here below. Those submitted by fax or any other means than e-mail or regular mail will not be accepted.
Online accommodation form: Apply here
Preference will be given, firstly, to incoming Erasmus students who will be enrolled at the university for full academic year and, secondly, to students applying for the first semester.
Accommodation at ULL Halls of Residence will only be provided to Erasmus students coming in the second semester in the event that there are rooms still available following the completion of room allocation for full year students and first semester students. Second semester students, however, must apply for accommodation within the overall deadline.
The application forms will be processed in order of arrival and the provisional admission list will be published on this website. If the number of applications exceeds the number of rooms available, a waiting list will be created for those applicants who have not received accommodation.
All fees must be paid in advance at the beginning of every four-month period and must be paid in full. Upon their arrival, students must hand in vouchers to the hall of residence or to the accommodation office, located at the «Edificio Central», calle Pedro Zerolo, s/n (La Laguna).
Provisional list and waiting list 19/20 (PDF)
Only students whose names are on the Provisional Admission List and are interested in confirming their accommodation should proceed as follows:
PLEASE DO NOT MAKE YOUR DEPOSIT WHILE YOU REMAIN ON THE WAITING LIST. OTHERWISE, YOUR DEPOSIT WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
- Deposit the reservation fee* in the University’s account. Please make sure that your transfer is identifiable by including your full name and the message «Erasmus», e.g. «John Smith, Erasmus».
Parque de Las Islas: 237,60 €
San Agustín: 476,10 €
San Fernando: 476,10 €
- For National credit transfers: La Caixa 2100 9169 06 2200123568
- For International credit transfers or deposits: BIC/SWIFT code: CAIXESBBXXX or IBAN code: ES72 2100 9169 0622 0012 3568 (depending on the country from which the deposit is made)
*The fee will be returned, where applicable, at the end of the period of residence at the student’s request. The caution fee will not be returned in the event that students leave the residence before the stipulated period agreed upon in the Student’s Accommodation Request document.
- Email the invoice to the Erasmus Office firstname.lastname@example.org within the specified period. Failing to do so will be considered a rejection of the offer.
If the number of applications exceeds the number of rooms available, a waiting list will be created for those applicants who have not received accommodation. In July, additional information and a new provisional accommodation list will be published on this website.
Caution and Reservation Fees
The rooms should be in perfect condition at the beginning of the period of residence, and students are responsible for their maintenance. A caution fee will be required to ensure that the rooms are kept in good condition. This deposit will not be paid if students have sent their reservation fee before the day of entering the hall of residence.
The caution fee is equivalent to the monthly fee of the hall of residence in question. It will also serve as a guarantee against the following:
- Damages to the precincts of the hall of residence caused by students.
- Departure before the end of the period of residence, except for those circumstances provided for in any of the regulations concerning accommodation which justify the premature departure.
The above-mentioned situations will automatically result in the non-reimbursement of the deposit to students. The Director of the Accommodation Service is the final authority to resolve complaints for the non-refund of deposits. Where applicable, deposits will be returned at the end of the period of residence at the student’s request.
Conditions of Residence
Acceptance of a room implies that the student knows and agrees to abide by all the terms of the Conditions of Residence. The student should sign such Conditions of Residence upon entering the hall of residence.
Halls of Residence Rules
- Code of behaviour (content only available in Spanish)
- Accommodation guidelines for exchange students (content only available in Spanish)
For those students who desire to seek alternative accommodation, several announcements for apartments and shared flats are posted on the notice boards available at the different university campuses.
For information on houses available for rent, please click here (content only available in Spanish). Please note that this is a service offered by the ULL Accommodation Service to all ULL students, not exclusively for Erasmus students. This service is not provided by the Erasmus Office, and therefore it is not possible for us to perform any procedures concerning private housing.
The European Community promotes interuniversity co-operation as a means of improving the quality of education for the benefit of students and higher education institutions and considers student mobility is an important element of this interuniversity co-operation. The recognition of studies and diplomas is a prerequisite for the creation of an Open European area of education and training where students and teachers can travel freely within the European Community. For this purpose, the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) was developed as a pilot scheme established within the Erasmus programme in order to improve academic recognition of studies completed abroad.
Main characteristics of ECTS
This system ensures transparency and is designed to strengthen the ties among the various institutions and to widen the course offerings made available to students. Additionally, it makes it easier for institutions to recognise the learning achievements of students through the use of commonly understood measurements- credits and grades- and it also provides the means to interpret national systems of higher education.
The ECTS system is based on three core elements:
- Information (on study programmes and student achievement)
- Mutual agreement (between the partner institutions and the student)
- The use of ECTS credits (to indicate student workload)
These three core elements are made operational through the use of three key documents:
1) the information package
2) the application form/learning agreement
3) the transcript of records
Full academic recognition is a conditio sine qua non for student mobility in the framework of the Erasmus and Socrates programmes. Full academic recognition means that the study period abroad (including examinations or other forms of assessment ) replaces a comparable period of study at the home university (including examinations or other forms of assessment), though the content of the agreed study programme may differ.
ECTS provides transparency through the following means: ECTS credits, which are numerical values allocated to course units to describe the workload required to complete them. They reflect the amount of work each course unit requires in relation to the total amount of work necessary to complete a full year of study at the institution. This includes lectures, seminars, tutorials, fieldwork, private study and examinations or other assessment activities. ECTS is thus based on a full student workload and not limited to contact hours only.
In ECTS, 60 credits represent the workload for an entire year and, generally, 30 credits for a semester and 20 credits for a term.
The ECTS information package supplies written information to students and staff on institutions, departments/faculties, the organisation and structure of studies and course units.
The ECTS transfer of records presents students’ learning achievements in a comprehensive way and is commonly understood and easily transferable from one institution to another. Good communication and flexibility are also needed to facilitate the academic recognition of studies completed or taken abroad. In this respect, the ECTS coordinators have an important role to play, as they are responsible for the academic and administrative aspects of ECTS.
For further information, please visit: ECTS – European Credit Transfer System
To check ULL libraries catalogues, services, locations, and further helpful information, please click here.
The University of La Laguna has a large number of facilities which offer many sports at different levels, such as athletics, basketball, football, martial arts, ping-pong, rugby, tennis, volleyball, and bodybuilding. The Sports Office organises courses and manages the sports facilities. For further information please visit ULL Sports Service website .
Cultural and Extracurricular Activities
The Office of the Vice-chancellor for Campus Life provides information about courses, workshops, and cultural activities. For further information please visit this web
Students’ Information and Guidance Office (SIO)
The SIO provides practical information on academic and legal matters.