Located in the new cultural factory Coma Cros de Salt, ERAM University School is a school attached to the University of Girona.
ERAM more specifically was founded in 1998 by The Joan Bosch Private Foundation, a non-profit organization, with the aim of creating new professional profiles in the field of audiovisual communication and offering a response to new emerging professions. It currently imparts three official degrees, Audiovisuals and Multimedia, Performing Arts and Audiovisual Communication and Media, each with a unique curriculum.
In the city of the four rivers, history and the mixture of modernity and antiquity converge in the old quarter. From the picturesque houses on the Onyar river and crowned by the impressive cathedral with the widest gothic nave in the world, you will walk through its narrow streets and find hidden treasures, like the Jewish quarter (the Call, one of the most important in Europe), the Carolingian wall or the Arab baths, as well as the outstanding works of the Noucentista period and modern art.
Programmes of study
DMU’s exchange agreement with ERAM allows students enrolled on the following programmes to study abroad:
An overview of module options can be found below. Further details regarding the study options are available on the ERAM website.
Exchange students will be required to follow a full programme of study for the academic year based at ERAM University School.
Learn more about campus activities and events
Whilst studying at ERAM University School, students can engage in a variety of activities offered through the University of Girona such as language classes, theatre workshops, the UdG choir and the Xoriguers human tower building group. There are many opportunities to get involved in public engagement and volunteering such as working with children in schools. The university has a dedicated sports centre offering classes such as Yoga, Krav Maga, Zumba and Taekwondo as well as winter sports activities such as snowboarding and skiing.
The charming city of Girona, which houses over 15,000 university students has a varied cultural offer throughout the year, combining leisure, gastronomic, business and cultural activities such as the Temporada Alta Theatre festival or the Black Music festival, and events such as Temps de flors, during which corners of the city are filled with spectacular floral arrangements. It also offers first-class music, good theatre programs and a wide range of museums (such as the Cinema Museum), art galleries and exhibition halls.
Travel & accommodation
Visas & insurance
Living costs in Spain tend to be lower than those in the UK. We recommend that you do further independent research to gain a better understanding of the cost of your year abroad. To help you, we have a created a simple cost comparison between the UK and Spain: