The commitment of the International Relations Office at ETSII is to promote interchange of Students and Staff with the leading academic Engineering Institutions all over the world. Internationalization is one of the strategic principles of the ETSII, within a labor market context, where Engineers are professionals susceptible to develop their careers globally.

International experience is considered a valued skill from the part of employers, and the ETSII provides different possibilities to acquire it, with the numerous partners, and a 30 years old interchange expertise. Nowadays close to 50% of ETSII last year students, develop part of their studies out of Spain.


Summer School 2020 Jönköping University, Sweden

The application on-line to JU’s Summer School courses is now open:

Please find enclosed information about JU Summer School 2020!

Jönköping University offers the following undergraduate level courses taught in English:

Purchasing Logistics with a Global Perspective (10 ECTS credits)

Global Perspectives on Health and Welfare (10 ECTS credits)

Communicating Nations: Media and National Identities (10 ECTS credits)

Students will have the opportunity to obtain credits and participate in social and cultural activities to discover and learn about Sweden and the Swedish culture. In addition the programme includes visits to companies and to organizations related to the courses, examples of such are IKEA & Husqvarna in the area of logistics and Companion & Integrera Mera in the area of health and welfare and organizations linked to communicating nations.

Students will benefit from a term abroad during their summer break with the possibility to gain valuable international experience and university credits.

The dates are:

June 6 and 7, 2020: Arrival dates and pick-up service

June 8 to July 3, 2020 (4 weeks): The programme takes place

Please find enclosed detailed information about the summer school.

Students may apply directly to the summer school on-line at

The application opens in December and the deadline is 1 April.

The complete course syllabuses and more information is at


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Publicado el Friday, 17 de January de 2020