The student must work in cooperation with their Erasmus Coordinator in order to prepare a proposal of the curricular units that will be attended during the mobility period.

This period abroad must effectively replace an equivalent period of study at the home institution, including assessments. To do so, the approval of the Learning Agreement will recognize equivalences between the content lectured at Santa Maria Health School (ESSSM) and the one lectured at the home institution.

The student must also undertake a Study Contract in conjunction with their Erasmus Coordinator, through which the student commits to follow the learning agreement at ESSSM.

At the end of the mobility period, the School issues an academic record showing all the student’s results, that will be received by the home institution in order to issue the corresponding assessment results.


Before beginning the mobility period, the student should gather information about the country, city and School, so that the mobility occurs in the best possible way.


ESSSM will inform and aid the student during the process of application for the curricular units previously approved by both institutions. The school will also provide with additional relevant information to provide the best stay possible.

The Declaration of Attendance is provided by the home institution prior to departure and corresponds to the confirmation of student stay at ESSSM. The declaration’s filling, signing and return is required. This subscription must be requested to ESSSM’s Mobility Support Services.


In cases where it is necessary to change the original Learning Agreement due to unforeseen circumstances, these should be submitted and approved by the Erasmus Coordination Department. The student has 30 days to formalize and finalize the process, beginning from the date of arrival at the host institution.