Erasmus :: esim



In an international environment such as music, it is usually the teachers themselves who, as a result of concerts or experiences abroad, establish links with other professionals, which lead to proposals for collaboration between institutions. Likewise, the profile of the students is usually active, combining improvement courses with their official studies, and they may also be the ones who propose establishing inter-institutional agreements with the objective of studying with a specific teacher of their instrumental specialty.

Thus, the General Coordination and International Relations will be open to these proposals, in addition to the creation of consolidating in inter-institutional agreements the relations with institutions with which it currently has contact, especially in the Central European region.

The geographical area in which we plan to act is that of the member countries of the Erasmus+ program.

Our objective is to organize study mobilities for students in the first cycle of higher education (degree), and teacher mobilities for both training and teaching. Our framework of action within the program would be KA103.


Within the framework of higher music studies, which must prepare students for a highly internationalized and diverse work environment, we consider it essential to promote the training and knowledge of the European reality of our students and teachers through the mobility activities that The Erasmus+ program offers, in addition to increasing the job prospects of the former, improving the quality of our teaching and creating bridges with other higher education institutions.

Thus, participation in this program is essential for the fulfillment of the modernization and internationalization objectives of our center, and is closely related to the 5 priorities of the European Union Agenda for the modernization and internationalization of higher education. :


1.Increase levels of success in higher education.

2.Improve the quality and relevance of higher education.

3.Promote cross-border mobility and cooperation.

4.Strengthen the "knowledge triangle" that links education, research and innovation.

5.Improve governance and financing.


In our center, in addition to the General and Academic Coordination, the figure of the International Relations Coordinator has been created, who, working in close collaboration with them, and serving as a bridge with the teaching staff, will be in charge of the organization and implementation of mobility activities.

Thus, important elements such as the selection of partners and signing of inter-institutional agreements will be the result of said interdepartmental collaboration. On the other hand, activities such as the organization of a transparent and fair selection process for selecting participants, their preparation (insurance, accommodation, cultural information, transportation...) and signing of the Study Agreement, dissemination and information about The program for students and teachers, reception of incoming participants and organization of integration activities, monitoring of outgoing participants, and recognition of mobilities, will be carried out by the International Relations Coordination.


There will also be the participation of the tutors in the preparation of the Study Agreements, and in general of the entire educational community of the center in the integration of the incoming participants. Communication, both with partners and participants, will be carried out basically through e-mail and telephone, although all the information will be published on the center's website, and the holding of informative meetings for the dissemination and information of the program is contemplated. in addition to individualized tutoring for the preparation and monitoring of outgoing and incoming participants.