International mobility for foreign students

If you’re thinking of studying at the UDC Faculty of Law

If you are a student at a foreign university and are thinking of studying here at the UDC Faculty of Law, there are three different programmes you can choose from:

Tienes toda la información en la página web de la Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales.

Si tienes dudas, escribe un correo a, o llama al +34 981 167000 ext. 1958.

If you’ve already been accepted to the UDC Faculty of Law

Make sure all your paperwork is in order before you travel. In particular, make sure you bring your signed learning agreement with you. See the International Relations Office website for more information about what you need to do and when.

When you arrive, you will need to visit the International Relations Office, located in Casa del Lagar in the Elviña Campus, to register your arrival and find out everything you need to know about your mobility.

Students should start classes on the first official day of term. It is very important that you attend all of the module introduction sessions to find out about assessment, methodologies, etc. Information about how classes are organised (classrooms, timetables, etc.) can be found on the Faculty website.

During your mobility

If you need to change your learning agreement, or have any other question about the Faculty, please speak to the tutor assigned to students from your country. (See the list below for contact details for all of our tutors.) Our international tutors are here to help you navigate the mobility process, or to point you in the direction of someone who can help with whatever problems you may encounter.

José Antonio Ramos (Italia); ext.1603

Gabriela Oanta (Rumanía, Francia, Bélgica, Portugal); ext.1601

Artak Mkrtichyan (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbayan, Ucrania), ext. 1597

Marcos López Suárez (Otros países europeos); ext. 1544

Eva Souto (Iberoamérica); ext. 1602