Institut del Teatre welcomes exchange students to the following programmes:
BA in Theatre: School of Dramatic Arts-ESAD
BA in Dance Studies: School of Dance-CSD
International students from our partner schools within the Erasmus Programme who wish to take part in the Erasmus+ mobility programme at Institut del Teatre should be nominated for Erasmus studies by their home school, i.e. the Erasmus Coordinator of their home school should send the nomination by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply to be admitted as an ERASMUS student applicants have to complete this form:
ERASMUS APPLICATION for the first semester (Autumn Term) 2023-2024
(Erasmus application form will be open one month before the deadline)
The online application should include:
Initially we only accept application for one semester, with the possibility of extending the mobility period throughout the year. This will depend on the integration of the student during the first months of the mobility.
Catalan is the language of the Institut del Teatre. However classes can be given in Catalan or Spanish, at the discretion of the professor. It is necessary that the student can reach a B1 level of Spanish, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Students can submit a certificate stating the level of language together with the application or they may send it later to: email@example.com We accept certificates issued by the EU Academy (OLS).
These are the programs of the courses of each school:
Also in the following links it is possible to open the catalog of subjects translated into English:
All the admitted students will receive a proposal of courses in order to prepare the Learning Agreement.
To be able to enroll ERASMUS students must have the European Health Insurance Card (in case the student come from one of the 27 EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) and a private insurance that covers them in case of accident during mobility (all the students).
Basic coverage is usually provided by social security during your stay in another European Union country through the European Health Insurance Card. However, this coverage may not be sufficient in some cases and you may need a complementary private insurance. Check with your sending organisation as they are responsible for ensuring that you have the adequate insurance. You should also make sure you are covered with liability insurance for any accidents you're involved in, leading to property damage, whilst on mobility.
Should the students have no insurance, information will be provided so that they can process an insurance policy.
According to the Spanish law students of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and the United Kingdom) or Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland residing in Spain for a period exceeding three months must apply for a residence permit (NIE) in the Central Registry of Foreigners. For more information you can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students from outside the European Union
Before entering Spain students must obtain a "visa for studies" at the consulates of Spain in their country of origin or legal residence. To do this they will need a document that certifies that they have been accepted as an ERASMUS student. In order to stay legally in Spain students will have to apply for a residence permit (NIE) in the Central Register of Foreigners. This document will enable them to travel within the European Union as well as to those countries that signed agreements of free movement with them. For more information you can contact: email@example.com
For information about Barcelona (accommodation, etc.) visit the website: http://bcu.cat/
The Barcelona Centre Universitari (BCU) is the official accommodation service for the universities and research centres in Barcelona, and counts with the support of the Barcelona Council and the Government of Catalonia. Its aim is to take care of the needs of students, teachers and researchers so they can enjoy and optimize their stay in Barcelona and its metropolitan area. Helping them in choosing the accommodation that best suits their needs.
The Institut del Teatre has signed an agreement with BCU to provide information and assistance about the city to Erasmus students.
The institution will provide support to incoming mobile participants with special needs, according to the requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. For more information please contact the Erasmus Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Erasmus Coordinator: Elisenda Przybyszewski email@example.com (1st floor, Institut del Teatre: Plaça Margarida Xirgu, Barcelona)
Plaça Margarida Xirgu, s/n
T. 932 273 900
CENTRE DEL VALLÈS
Plaça Didó, 1
T. 937 887 440
c/ Sant Miquel dels Sants, 20
T. 938 854 467