Founded in 1989, the University of A Coruña has undergone significant development through its lifespan, now being considered a modern, innovative, and dynamic university based between the two costal cities of A Coruña and Ferrol. Through programmes covering areas in culture, cooperation, equality, language and technology the University of A Coruña has a diverse range of opportunities for students. UDC creates an environment in which internationalisation fosters and takes centre stage. With over 500 exchange students and academics completing a mobility at UDC every year, students expecting to study here will not feel out of place. The university is actively introducing new programs taught in English, so students can be confident there will be ample opportunities to choose from and participate in.
Programmes of study
DMU’s exchange agreement with UDC allows students enrolled on the following programmes to study abroad:
Modules will be available in English and further information about the study options can be found via the links above. Exchange students will be required to follow a full programme of study for the academic year based at UDC.
Learn more about campus activities and events
There are plenty of extra-curricular activities happening for you to get involved in, whether you’re based on the Ferrol or Coruña campuses. ESN (Erasmus Student Network) events will be available throughout the academic year, hosting the likes of virtual pub quizzes to campus bonfires. Find out more from their Facebook page here. On top of all that, why not give Spanish a try? Check out the UDC language classes.
Travel & accommodation
Visas & insurance
Living costs in Spain are higher 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: