The Erasmus+ programme, and specifically Key Action 1 for the mobility of students and teachers in higher education, is the primary means of mobility in our centre. The Taller de Músics ESEM gained the Erasmus Charter in 2014 and since the 2016/17 academic year there are some students and teachers from our centre participating in mobilities in a network of European partners which is continuously growing.
The ESEM is also open to and interested in receiving students from other centres for periods of study, whether that be via the Erasmus+ programme or through specific agreements.
The objective of the Erasmus programme is to foster cooperation between higher education centres in the European framework. It consists of undertaking a period of study at a higher education institution in another European country. Upon completion, the academic institution of origin will recognise the studies undertaken. During this period the student is exempt from paying tuition fees in the host institution.
Taller de Músics ESEM ERASMUS+ Code: E BARCELO137 / OID E10066998
This program, promoted in the Spanish State by the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education (SEPIE) and integrated into the Clau KA103 Action of the Erasmus + program, makes it possible to carry out training in other European higher centers with which Taller de Músics ESEM has signed a bilateral agreement or other centers with which new bilateral agreements can be signed
Applications for mobilities on the academic year 2024-2025 must be sent by the international relations office of the sending institution before the following deadlines:
Please remember that mobilities will match with Taller de Músics terms dates, and not with the dates of the sending institution.
The mobility application consist of the following documents:
Some specialities need additional documents:
If the applicant student is a person with disabilities, please specify it when sending the application to have it in mind and offer the needed adaptations.
Complete applications and any questions about its process are to be addressed to the International Relations Office:
Technical Director, International Relations
+34 93 176 30 63
Applicants are selected according to their artistic and academic level by the pertinent department, and regarding the number of available seats for exchange students.
We will notify sending institutions about the results of the selection procedure about four weeks after the deadline.
From September to Juny.
Almost all the teaching is usually done in Catalan and Spanish.
A good English level (B1 minimum) is recommended for incoming students. Catalan and/or Spanish level B1 is also suitable.
The syllabus of the Bachelor of Music consists of 4 academic courses of 60 ECTS credits each, distributed across subjects of different categories:
The assignment of credits for each subject includes the hours corresponding to the teaching classes, hours of study, work, practices, projects and the preparation of exams and assessment tests.
Grading is based on a range either 1 (worst) to 10 (best). A mark below 5 is a fail. Numbers are accompanied by descriptions, as follows: 9-10 is Outstanding (Excelente), 7-8 is Mention (Notable), 5-6 is Pass (Aprobado) and 0-4 is Fail (Suspendido).
For European Union citizens, there are no legal formalities to complete before coming to Spain.
After their arrival, all students belonging to a European Union or European Economic Area member state and who will reside in Spain more than three months must register at the Central Registry Office for Foreigners (Registro Central de Extranjeros) in order to get a Certificate of Registration and an Identity Number for Foreigners (NIE – Número de Identificación de Extranjeros). The Certificate of Registration can be obtained at your nearest National Police Station.
For Non-European Union citizen there different types of visa, depending on the length of the stay.
*All the information compiled here is liable to be changed by the Spanish Government. Even if we refresh it regularly, please check the official website.
Any foreign student incoming must have medical insurance cover.
People from non-EU countries should check if there is an agreement for healthcare between the Social Security of their country and the Social Security of Spain, and submit the necessary documents.
If your country has no healthcare agreement with the Spanish Social Security system, you will need a private insurance cover for the whole time of your stay in Spain.
The housing platform Beroomers offers a wide range of lodging options: shared apartments, residences and rooms. This platform give the guarantee of security, transparency and control of the payments. Taller de Músics students, including Erasmus students, have a 25% discount on the Service Fee and a personalized atention, you just need to introduce this promo code when you are making the reservation: BE25TALLER.
Personalized link of Beroomers for taller de musics students:
Intercat is a Catalan Government website with a collection of electronic resources for learning about Catalan language and culture, specially designed for students on mobility programmes who are visiting Catalan high education institutions.
Institutions with an interinstitutional agreement with Taller de Músics ESEM for the Erasmus+ programme
The European cooperation project MP3 arises from the need to address the constraints linked to the professionalisation of musicians and to work for the sustainability of emerging music groups.
MP3 aims to develop the skills of music groups in order for them to become spaces of social protection and to fight against the individualisation of artistic careers, to better understand the current changes in the sector and to identify risks.
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