Mobility (Before, during and after)

Participation requirements:

  • Attendance to the optional French teaching classes
  • Curriculum: Passing of the corresponding subjects
  • Write a motivation letter and a curriculum vitae fot the future firms.
  • Good behaviour and attendance to classes
  • Pass the subject of Risk Prevention
















Students and teachers who want to participate in the project will have to submit an application and hold an interview with the committee created and commented above, which depending on the type of mobility in question, can refer it to the department  responsible for the activity in order an expert can participate if necessary. Then, the committee will meet and decide, based on the existing and published scale and in the knowledge of the students and teachers.

(In the scale for students, they take into account the behavior, attendance, language level, academic curriculum, cover letter and, if applicable, any skills or knowledge that must have to develop the technique to which the procedure refers …).

Participating students and teachers will be accompanied throughout the process to help them solve doubts, and in case the advice is needed to develop any competence, offer it by the committee or the professionals at the center.

Once the resolution appears, there will be a period of one week to file an appeal on the outcome of the commission.

Once the claim week has passed, the list of people who will take part in the project is made, with the headlines and those who are waiting.

They are also accompanied in this process and  helped to submit the necessary documentation, as well as to solve more bureaucratic aspects (demand for the European Health Insurance Card, insurance, permits…). In the case of minors, meetings and contacts are held with families or guardians.

Depending on the content of the call, your tickets and accommodation will be managed.

As all ERASMUS mobilities are associated with specific documentation, it is carried out in different phases:

-From the moment we know the students who will participate, we begin to prepare all the documentation:

  1. Annex I – Training agreement.
  2. Grant agreement for FCT and Annex II General Conditions.
  3. Annex III. Commitment to quality.

It also associated another more specific as any output:

  1. Assumption of responsibilities (in the case of older students).
  2. Authorization of student image rights (of legal age).

As we have said before, as we talk about internships in companies, this is included in the Training in Workplaces (FCT) module, which is managed by an application (QBid), in which the data must be placed and generated a documentation, which like the rest, must be signed by the student, since in the case of students of Higher Degree, they are of legal age.

The documentation is as follows:

  • Questionnaire of the tutor to homologate the work place.
  • Collaboration agreement for practical training in workplaces.
  • Plan of activities for practical training in workplaces.
  • Student follow-up form. Periodic report.
  • Partial assessment of learning outcomes (follow-up contact).
  • Final assessment of learning outcomes (assessment contact).

The school also manages the insurance section, which is partly managed by the Department of Education and others by the centre itself, in any case they are:

  • Personal accident insurance (Department.)
  • Civil and patrimonial liability insurance (Department.)
  • Travel assistance insurance for students. (High school)
  • Apart from this, students must process the European Health Insurance Card individually

This is done in a meeting with the students involved, in which there is a presentation where information is given about the city, accommodation, travel, insurance, companies, scholarship amounts, and where the documentation is signed. The students are also asked for an account number to make the financial transaction of the scholarship.

It is also managed, depending on the indications of the call, the school manages both travel (either external or internal within the city) and accommodation for both students and teachers.

Furthermore, because we already have experience in mobility at the Intermediate level, at first we helped  our partner to organize several things, such as the search for companies by students, and the search for accommodation. Currently, as we have been doing this for some time, they already have their own accommodation, and we are only doing the search for companies, and all that this entails, such as the presentation of students, monitoring and evaluation, as well, if any mishap arises, we are in direct contact with companies, students and our partner to solve it.

As this is our way of working, for Higher Degree we will continue with this line of work.

All documentation is completed in triplicate, and is signed by the student and those responsible for the company and the School.

All this documentation and the monitoring involved is managed by the mobility coordinator, the secretary of the management team, the internship tutor and the head of the professional studies.

The centre will adapt to the digitization of all documentation, whether from the EU or the National Agency (SEPIE), in order to reduce the volume of paper used and thus be environmentally friendly and streamline the management of the whole process.



During the first week of class, the parents’ meeting is held, where families are informed about different topics related to the degree, including ERASMUS mobility, where mobility is initially described. Continuing with the development of the course, the tutors monitor the students, and interviews with families or students if they are of age, where the doubts they may have regarding mobility are answered, if they cannot answer it, they pass to the mobility coordinator or head of studies or answer the families or students via tutors or by calling them directly.

Students are then given an information sheet setting out the characteristics of the mobility and the steps to be followed to apply for it (Fill in the application, delivery, interview).

As the course evolved, and the departure dates were reached, meetings were held with students and families, giving information that was available (documentation, type of companies, insurance…)

When the students leave, they are accompanied by teachers to manage different aspects of mobility:

  • Management of internal transport
  • Presentation of companies
  • Presentation of the contact person of our partner to follow up during the stay in case they have problems.

During the mobility, contacts are maintained with the families to support and solve any problems that may arise.

When our partner’s students come, what we try to do is make them feel at home, or at least in their high school. We introduce a person from the management team and the mobility coordinator so that we can get to know each other. The person at school acts as a reference in case they have problems.

Then, during the mobility, the communication with the students, our partner and the person in charge of the company is constant in case of any anomalous situation, to be able to start it and to solve it quickly.

During our mobilities we have received the same treatment towards our students as well as to the accompanying teachers.



It does not apply, as it is not a question of studying mobility, but of Training in Work Centers (FCT), in this way it will be evaluated and it will have a direct impact on their personal curriculum.

The evaluation will be done between the head of the company as well as the internship tutor as a representative of the centre.

Once students return from mobility, they are handled different documents and procedures:

  • You are given the company certificate.
  • They are helped to carry out the report of the stay, and to fill in the different assessment surveys and the OLS platform.

Also to improve, a survey is done to students on different aspects of mobility (assessment of management, information, accommodation, companies, monitoring…) and an important aspect is to see if it has helped them acquire professional skills and Keys and whether this has helped them in their employment.

And as we have said in a previous section, one of the commitments that students have is the fact that in the course of their mobility, they will explain their experience of their ERASMUS mobility to future students who are interested in doing the mobility, in a way they can be considered ERASMUS ambassadors.

As far as this aspect is concerned, we are not using this system since all the studies of higher degree are not treated the same as university studies directly, as we will explain later.

Among the studies of the Professional Studies there is a training module of Training in Working Centers, remember that we cannot create anything because it is given by the curriculum managed by the Department of Education of the Generalitat de Catalunya in the first instance and of the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain that deploys it by means of this formation unit.

This formation unit is carried out in companies and lasts for 350 hours, -and the final grade is quantitative and comes by suitable or unsuitable, depending on the achievement of the Learning Outcomes by the student, based on the evaluation made by the company and the tutor.

The Learning Outcomes are as follows:

  1. Identify the structure, organization and working conditions of the company, center or service, relating them to the activities carried out
  2. Develop ethical and work attitudes specific to the professional activity in accordance with the characteristics of the workplace and the procedures established by the work center.
  3. Carry out the reference training activities following protocols established by the work center.


Another issue is that if the student wants to continue his studies at the university, then it will transform the FCT intoECTS credits according to its internal regulations