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Requirements to take part in the UV SICUE Programme

  • The first step is the make sure that a bilateral agreement exists between your home university and UV in the degree programme you wish to study here
  • Your university needs to inform us that you have been selected as a SICUE exchange student through the following online form available here (during the official nomination period established by the CRUE)
    For any questions you can send an email to:
  • Year 2020-2021
  • Academic calendar 2020-2021

    The UV International Relations Service has planned an online session on September 10th, 2020 at 11 am to welcome you warmly and provide you with general information about UV and daily life in Valencia. Find the link for the session here, As a SICUE student you will receive your Certificate of Arrival by email. In case you need your own model of certificate, please contact Please note that the date of arrival on the certificate will be the 14th of Septembre, as it is the first day of classes.

  • Welcome Session 2020-21 Power Point Presentation

  • Welcome Session 2020-21 Video

  • Find your Campus and Faculty here


  • UV guide for incoming students

Steps to be followed when you arrive in Valencia

First step: Arrival
The UV International Office has planned a Reception Day in January to give you a warm welcome and provide you with general information about UV. At the beginning of the session, you will be given your Certificate of Arrival, a temporary student card and an information pack. Please note: the date of arrival on the Certificate will be the date of the Reception Day.

Reception Days Calendar


Second step: Confirmation of your study contract
Your academic coordinator will help you deal with academic issues and prepare and/or confirm your study contract. Please bring an initial proposal signed by your academic coordinator at your university. Check the list of academic coordinators at the University of Valencia.

Third step: Enrolment
The school or faculty at your home university will have provided you with instructions to enrol in the subjects that you wish to study at the University of Valencia. This enrolment is usually done one or two weeks after classes have begun so that you are sure about which subjects to take, but you have the opportunity to attend all classes that you are interested in until you enrol. Remember that you are required to enrol for at least 50% of the credits in the same area and school or faculty in which you have been assigned by your university.

In some cases you may need to bring two passport photos (3x3 cm) and a photocopy of your passport or ID for your student card, which gives you access to all library services and discounts in some activities (sports, theatres, museums, etc.). You will also receive a username and password to access your email account, the virtual classroom and other online services. You will also be given a bill (to be paid at a bank or financial institution) for the amount of around 8 euros (administrative fee).

End of attendance

On the day on which your exchange period finishes at UV, you should apply for your Certificate of Attendance, which will contain the dates of your arrival and of the end of your exchange period. To see step by step how to apply for it and, later on, download it, please check this guide.

Please take into account that the date indicating the end of your exchange period at UV will be the date on which you apply for the Certificate of Attendance.

Further details

Opening hours
Opening hours at the International Relations Service (Central Office and Burjassot-Paterna Office), as well as at the secretarial offices of the different faculties or schools are from 9 to 14 from Monday to Friday.

Students are responsible for arranging their own accommodation. Nevertheless, although UV has no housing office, it does offer a few options of its own:

-Halls of Residence

  • Colegio Mayor Rector Peset / Rector Peset Hall of Residence

UV dorm that provides residence to UV members and encourages the human, cultural and scientific training of those who live in it. It is located in the historical city centre. Please click here to access its website.

  • Residencia Universitaria Damià Bonet / Damià Bonet Hall of Residence

This dorm is located on Tarongers Campus and is well communicated with buses and MetroValencia. It has single studios with bathroom and kitchen, heating and air conditioning, telephone and computer connection with internet access. Have a look at its website.

-Housing stock
The UV Information Service (SEDI) maintains a catalogue with information about flats rented by private owners. Please click here to access the website.

-Other options
You will find more information about accommodation by clicking here and also by checking the UV Guide for incoming students.

Catalan / Valencian courses
We offer free Catalan / Valencian courses through our Language Policy Service.