In order to facilitate the recognition of credits between the higher technical degrees and the courses leading to university degrees, the equivalence of each professional module with European ETCS credits, as defined in Spanish regulations (Royal Decree 1125/2003, of 5 September), will be established in the higher degree training cycles. In turn, the Decrees that specifically regulate the higher degree degrees establish the system of credits for the training modules that make up the degree. These cycles are taught in 2000 hours distributed over 2 academic years and have a recognition of up to a total of 120 ETCS credits.
EUROPASS certificate of stay: all students participating in the centre's mobility programmes
It is a standard document used throughout Europe to formally record the skills and competences obtained by a person during a training period in another European country (EU, EFTA/EEA or candidate countries).
The administrative procedures established by CAMPUS FP for the recognition of training during the mobility period are based on agreements with the training centres that host the students participating in the mobility programme. Certificates will be drawn up, indicating objectives, contents and tasks carried out, skills acquired, period of work placement, where applicable, place of destination and degree of achievement of the mobility.
All Higher Level training cycles correspond to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ETCS). Therefore, students who carry out work experience abroad can access the validation of the corresponding ETCS credits.
The International Studies Department will be in charge of processing the necessary formalities so that students participating in the Eramus+ Programme can officially accredit their training.
The validation of credits will depend on the training carried out during the mobility period, which will follow the provisions of the corresponding decrees: