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DESTINO Program

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Best Practices Guide for Destino Program Students

2021/2022 INFORMATIVE SESSIONS

On Thursday, November 5, 2020, the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism provided online information about the Erasmus, SICUE, and Destino mobility programs for the 2021/2022 academic year.

For further information about national and international mobility for the 2021/2022 academic year, you may consult the following link:

Presentation on 2021-2022 mobility programs

We will shortly share a document on frequently asked questions to clear up any doubts raised during these sessions.

Open (February 24, 2020) Call for Destino Program / Becas Iberoamérica – Undergraduate students – Santander Universidades 2020/2021

In case of any doubts, you may email us at movilidad@umh.es, call us at +34 96 665 8710, or make an appointment to visit us at the Service for International Relations (second floor of La Galia Building on the Elche Campus).

The Student Destino program promotes UMH undergraduate student mobility to foreign universities outside the European Higher Education Area, complementing the ERASMUS program for international mobility and the SICUE program for mobility within Spain.

The Student Destino program allows UMH students to carry out academic stays lasting from between one-half to one complete academic year at participating universities, and provides for automatic recognition of credits earned upon returning.

The UMH has allocated financial resources to fund the Destino program. Funding is also provided by financial institutions that have signed collaboration agreements with the UMH, and these include Santander Bank, creating the Iberoamérica – Estudiantes de Grado -Santander Universidades grants, which may be consulted in various sections of this website.

Frequently Asked Questions (in Spanish)

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