Erasmus policy

Erasmus policy




The CSDA expresses its interest in increasing both the quality and the number of mobilities within the framework of the Erasmus program in which it participates.

The priority objective is to promote the mobility of students and teachers in order to improve the quality of the Professional Training of students, facilitating their participation in the European Erasmus network, promoting their mobility within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Program. Program) (LLP)

To do this, we simplify the credit transfer process, overcoming the barrier that separates Dance Pedagogy studies from the contents of Interpretation and Choreography studies in other countries. In the same way, it is intended to overcome the barrier posed by the difference in duration of the same with respect to other European countries to favor and increase mobility. Establishment of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) in accordance with European guidelines, ensuring transparency in procedures.

We pay special attention to increasing the exchange of experiences, improving the learning of excellence through Dance, between different education and training systems, achieving a comprehensive training, oriented towards social demand, and committed to the European Higher Education Area ( EHEA).

We promote the mobility of students and teaching staff, the transfer of knowledge with other international and national organizations and the learning of other European languages and cultures.

The CSDA will continue to promote the mobility of teachers for teaching and training purposes. This type of mobility promotes the internationalization of the Center, especially of students who have not been favored by the personal experience of mobility.

As a result of these mobilities, they are also the strengthening of relations between institutions and the development of future collaborations such as: networks, projects, seminars, workshops ...

We involve the CSDA so that it constitutes a comprehensive curricular project with the participation of all its members and future agreements with universities and European institutions that participate in the Erasmus charter.

In relation to inter-institutional agreements, collaboration with partners is established after studying the academic and geographical suitability of the partner institution, mainly with regard to its academic offer and resources for hosting and managing mobility.



Participation in the Erasmus Program is a key component in the internationalization and modernization of the CSDA. The activities carried out within the framework of international mobility offer students and staff additional tools and skills that allow them to develop high profiles in their professional activity.

CSDA's commitment to the principles and objectives of the Program has favored the creation of an Erasmus + commission made up of a team of teachers and supported by the management of the center, a necessary principle for effective management and transformation.

Increasing mobility figures continues to be a main objective of the CSDA, and it also occupies an equally prominent place in the institution's priorities to improve the quality of mobility, both for students and staff. This attention is reflected in specific aspects, among which those related to linguistic preparation can be highlighted.

The total integration in the Center of the students who visit the CSDA fosters an international and intercultural environment that is essential in the commitment to internationalization of the Conservatory.



The CSDA intends to coordinate and pool efforts, human resources, and previous experience acquired for the implementation of cooperation projects within the framework of the program.

The participation of the Center's community in projects will be promoted by disseminating information and applying policies whose objective is to overcome possible obstacles. It will offer support and advice to applicants from the administrative, financial and preparation point of view of mobility processes, monitoring the different periods of mobility and promoting their recognition.



The Erasmus Charter and the EPS declaration will be disseminated in various ways:

  • Internally: through their own organizational structures, such as the School Council, the Cloister, the Student Association and periodicals through billboards, brochures and bulletin boards.
  • Externally: Aspects related to the curricular organization and Erasmus activities will be disclosed through our website, the local and regional press, and other print and / or digital media.



The objectives of the CSDA are as follows:

  • Promotion of a European feeling based on understanding.
  • Defense of democratic principles and respect for the rules of coexistence and non-discrimination for reasons of sex, culture, religion, physical, sensory and cognitive aptitudes and capacities.
  • Development and fulfillment of equal opportunities programs in education through dance.
  • Respect for the ethical principles of teaching and research in the institutional framework in which the CSDA operates, attending to the EHEA.



  • Recognition and evaluation are processes that will be determined by the centre's curriculum, guaranteeing all students
  • participants the acquisition of skills and their recognition.
  • All participants must complete a report that will allow evaluating the knowledge, skills and abilities acquired during this period.
  • The higher studies of Dance in the center are configured from the proposal of the EHEA, according to which they must be based on the acquisition of skills by the students. The unit of measurement that reflects the learning result and the volume of work carried out by the student are the so-called European credits (ECTS), guaranteeing the obtaining of the European Diploma Supplement.
  • The information and guidelines of all those activities that involve the Erasmus University Charter will be continuously updated on our website. in Spanish and English. All on-line documents will be incorporated, as well as all the curricular information so that future foreign students can find out about the study plans and select the most convenient for their training.
  • Orientation meetings will be held for selected outgoing exchange students, ensuring the mobility process of the participants, taking into account the principle of equal opportunities and transparency in the process.
  • Creation of a specific department to attend to all Erasmus activities.
  • Foreign participants will participate in choreographic, interpretive and pedagogical activities of the center, facilitating their integration in it through the collaboration of a tutor teacher and a tutor student.

The CSDA has guaranteed the collaboration of the Centro Superior de Idiomas, dependent on the University of Alicante, where foreign students will be able to receive homologated Spanish courses -recognized by the prestigious Instituto Cervantes-, as well as information and accommodation management for their stay and Access to cultural and sports facilities.   This same body can organize cultural trips around the country and socio-cultural activities.


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