Applying instructions


The Erasmus+ program can be applied by three different ways, each one with its own instructions and dates, and all of them mutually exclusive. You can apply for one of the scolarships through the Education Ministry, the Regional Government of Andalusia or the Secondary School.

To apply through the Education Ministry, you must pay attention to the publication of deadlines, in their website, and to submit the applying form following their instructions.

To apply through the Regional Government, in their VET website you will find all the necessary information, as well as the published deadlines, decisions, etc.

More information can be found clicking in the desired organization picture.


To apply you must be enrolled in a Middle or Higher Training Course, or having finished the course the year before. You must submit the completed applying at least 4 months before starting the mobility.

In addition, you need to have a good level in the foreign language you will use, and to be a responsible, independet, sociable, decisive and have the capacity to confront challenges.

Of course, you must have passed all theorical and practical modules taught at the school.

Finally, if you are admitted in the program, you must accept the participation agreement, signing a letter where you can find your rights and responsabilities. The breach of the agreement would result in the return of all funds received and/or ending of the working period.

Remember all grants are fixed by the EU, so, in some cases, may not cover all your necesary expenses, so you should inform yourself about them.


The number of scolarships will change every year, because it depends on the accepted projects.

This year 2014/15 we have:

Two 3-months scolarships for Higher Training Courses students.

Four 6-months scolarships for Middle Training Courses students.

These scolarships are the ones which include grants. In addition, any student can go on a mobility without these grants, under the Zero Grant Students program.

The countries you can choose are Germany, Malta and Scotland.


Depending on the program you have applied to, the UE gives different amounts of money.

Besides, the amount of money depends on the country you are going to, the working period time and other circumstances.

You can see the amounts of money on the following links (documents in spanish):
Higher Training Courses.
Middle Training Courses


If you are selected and your Training Course has 2000 hours, the working period would be from March 20th to June 20th.

If your Training Course has 1400 or 1700 hours, the working period would be from September 20th to December 20th.

If you are interested in the mobility and you have finished your studies, you can go at any moment so that it hasn't passed a year since you got your diploma at the momento you come back.


Remember that as a selected student you must fulfil some obligations before, during and after the mobility.Recuerda que como alumno seleccionado deberás cumplir una serie de obligaciones antes, durante y despues de la movilidad.

Before the mobility:

  1. Take language formation.
  2. Complete the compulsory forms and documents in the set periods:
  3. Sign up on the EU Mobility Tool.
  4. Obtain the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).
  5. Check your ID and Passport expiration date.
  6. Open or have with any bank an account to transfer the scolarship. Be careful with the bank commisions. You can ask your teachers to know more.

During the mobility:

  1. The day after your arrival, you must go to your workplace.
  2. Continue with the online language formation.
  3. Use the Mobility Tool and fill in all the indicated reports.
  4. Assist punctually every day to your workplace and act with maturity, responsability and initiative, following the working centre instructions.
  5. Complete correctly the Training period Handbook in your working country language and maintain regular contact with your spanish school tutor.
  6. Respect the code of conduct during your stay, showing respect and tolerance with different habits.
  7. In case of accident or illness, contact with your insurance company to receive medical assistance. If the accident or illnes prevents your from going to your workplace, you must inform inmediately to the company and your working tutor.

After the mobility:

  1. Present to your tutor the following documents in two days after your return:
    • Bills, boarding passes and all evidences of your expenses (with the exception of food).
    • Training period Handbook correctly signed and evaluated by your working tutor.
    • Copy from the Certificate of the work placement.
    • Europass document, signed by the company.
  2. Make the final reports required by the Mobility Tool.
  3. Complete the final evaluation of the language course.
  4. Write a report about your experience to spread the program and fulfil the satisfation questionnaire.


Through this link you can read our Quality Agreement (document in spanish).



The students selection will take into account the following selection criteria.

  0.5 Points 1 Point 1.5 Points 2 Points
Language level A2 B1 B2 C1
Teaching report Aceptable Recommendable Very Recommendable  
Psicosocial report Aceptable Recommendable Very Recommendable  
Academic record Average mark between 6 and 6'99 Average mark between 7 and 7'99 Average mark between 8 and 8'99 Average mark between 9 and 10
Handicap Less than 33% Between 33 and 50% Between 51 and 60% Over 60%
Economical and social
Be member of a large family Earn social benefits from the Social Security Be economically dependent with family earning below the IPREM by family member Be economically independent with earning below the IPREM by family member
Autonomy Provide the host working company.

*If the student has more that one of the described situations, he will only receive points for the most favourable one.

NOTE: Even if the number of available mobilities is higher than the applications, the teachers and psicosocial reports must be favourable to be selected.

Language level.

The students must provide the language level certificate.

Students without a language certificate will take a language test made by the school english or french departments. In that test will be evaluated the oral expression and comprehension and the communication ability, answering questions related to his/her professional or daily activity.

In case of other EU languages, the language will be evaluated only if it is going to be the working language during the mobility, and the evaluation would correspond to the online language platform initial evaluation.

No matter what the initial evaluation results are, the students must complete the online language support course.

Teachers report

The student's teachers would write a report about him/her. This report must value:

Finally, the teachers will give the report a qualification of aEl equipo educativo elaborará un informe final motivado con la calificación de acceptable, recommendable o very recommendable.

Orientation department report

The counsellor will interview the candidates and value their maturity and problem solutions skills.

Economical and social situation

With this item, the school will value not only the students economical situation, but also their social and familiar condition. To achieve this, the students must provide all the official documents that prove the conditions (working history, family record book, tax declaration, unemployment card or income certificate).
All the information must concern the current year.