The international relations of the CSDA are based on the ERASMUS+ program.
What is the ERASMUS program?
The ERASMUS program is a mobility program organized by the EU to allow study in another European university or educational institution within a certain period of time and fully recognizing the studies carried out abroad in the country of origin. ERASMUS+ is the European Union program for education, training, youth and sport.
The CSDA obtained the Erasmus+ Charter in the 2013-14 academic year and is approved until 2020. Student mobility to carry out CSDA Erasmus Studies is integrated into Key Action 1 (KA1) of the Erasmus+ Program.
Erasmus+ aims to promote the mobility of students and staff from education and training organizations and institutions for learning purposes. In the case of students, the objectives pursued are to improve school performance, increase employability, and improve job prospects, as well as broaden their personal development and participation in society. For staff, the objectives are to improve their skills, increase their capacity to bring about a modernization of the educational or training organization of which they are a part, and broaden their knowledge of other practices, policies and systems.
The management of mobility requests for students and teachers will be carried out through the Erasmus department, which will resolve said requests under the regulations of the Erasmus program.
At the CSDA you can enjoy mobilities for both in/out students and in/out teachers.