Exchange students from partner universities have the possibility to carry out a study exchange period at the ULPGC, meanwhile bilateral agreements between both institutions is signed.
To view all the documentation to be uploaded, you must enter into the ULPGC mobility application and go to the documents tab as you can see in the following image. By placing the cursor on the icon in the shape of a letter (i) you will be able to see more information about the document you are being asked for.
As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented phenomenon for all of us and the constantly evolving situation has presented us with new challenges every day. Time has passed since the Coronavirus outbreak, but it seems that a return to normalcy is not yet foreseeable.
At the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), classes will begin on Thursday, 9 September 2021. However, considering the current situation in the Canary Islands and following the recommendations of our health authorities, it is very likely that classes will start online in many cases. If the conditions become favourable as the weeks go by, it is possible that we may switch to co-educational teaching, mixing classroom teaching and online teaching to avoid having a large number of students in the class.
Incoming mobility students who decide to continue with their plans to come to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will be welcome to attend our online classes in the first instance, and hopefully physically on campus and in class for part of the semester. However, you should be aware that although all our regular courses will be taught, your mobility experience may be altered by current circumstances. However, you can rest assured that you will be given the same opportunities as our students, both in terms of teaching and exams.
In the event that students prefer to postpone their mobility from the first to the second semester, their home coordinator should contact each School or Faculty to request a timely change in the existing agreement. At the ULPGC, our intention is to reduce the number of restrictions or specificities in order to continue favouring student mobility.
Thanking you for your understanding, we will be happy to answer your questions and help you whenever you wish.
Once your home university has nominated you on our platform, you will receive an email with information and the access credentials to be able to continue with the nomination process.
To access the computerised mobility platform, please click on the following link:
You will have to upload all the required documentation and fill in your personal details in order to obtain the letter of acceptance. Once your documents have been verified, you will receive an email notifying you that you can now download the letter of acceptance from the computer platform.
However, your final acceptance will be subject to the acceptance of the academic agreement by the home and host universities. Likewise, all documents must be uploaded before your arrival.
In case you have any incidence with the management or handling of the mobility platform, please contact us through the following link and select the recipient “Mobility – IT Support”.
For the elaboration of the academic agreement, consult your possible subjects in the following link:
Once your proposal has been made, it must be sent and validated by the coordinator.
Erasmus students from European institutions must complete the academic agreement through the OLA platform (see guide below).
You can only create a single OLA, any additional OLAs will be deleted without review.
If you need to make changes to the OLA already signed by you you have to send an email to the corresponding coordinator or to firstname.lastname@example.org to reject the OLA. Once it is done, it could be edited.
You can find the contact details of the academic coordinators of the ULPGC centres at the following link:
The deadline to deliver the academic agreements corresponding to the first semester and full academic year will be until 18 June to be completed and properly signed by all parties.
Learning Agreement Models
- Erasmus+ KA103 (From European institutions)
- Erasmus+ KA107 (From third countries)
In order to participate in any Mobility Programme with the ULPGC during the 2021/2022 academic year, the incoming Exchange student must demonstrate that he/she has taken out private medical insurance that covers at least the following guarantees during his/her stay at the ULPGC:
- Medical and accident insurance
- Repatriation coverage in case of illness or death
VERY IMPORTANT: This Private Health Insurance is not the European Health Insurance Card. However, you need both for your exchange.
In the case of SICUE mobility students, they also need private insurance that meets these conditions.
Incoming students can take out an insurance of their choice (with at least the two guarantees mentioned above) or they can also take out the insurance offered by our University called “Oncampus Estudia” ( THIS SERVICE IS ONLY VALID FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT IN SPANISH UNIVERSITIES ) .
If you are interested in contracting it or obtaining more information about the OnCampus insurance you can visit www.oncampus.es
The price of the insurance according to the origin of the student is
- Europe: 150€.
- Rest of the World: 199€.
The incoming student MUST take out a private medical insurance for the whole period of the exchange at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC)
Once the prívate insurance certificate is uploaded with the minimum conditions required by the ULPGC, the document will be validated and thus the acceptance letter will be prepared and signed. This document could be downloaded through the MiULPGC platform. We also remind you that the acceptance letter is only valid if the learning agreement is duly completed and signed by both home and host Universities before coming at the ULPGC.
We recommend that students wishing to study at the ULPGC have a B1 level of Spanish according to the CEFR. However, in the case of some Faculties/Schools or careers the recommended level of Spanish/English may be higher.
For further information, please contact the centre’s coordinator: