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Physical Activity and Sports Sciences

Programme description

  • Degree: Bachelor’s degree in Physical Activity and Sports Science
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS credits yearly x 4 years= 240 ECTS
  • Number of places: 60
  • Type of programme: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language: Spanish, Basque and English
  • Internships: Compulsory: 12 ECTS (4th course)
  • International programme: Electives: 30 or 60 ECTS credits (one semester or two in the 3rd year of study)
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: 6 ETCS
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education

International programme

Living and studying in a foreign country

  • New approaches to Physical Activity and Sports
  • Learn about other customs
  • Know other cultures
  • Develop your language competences
  • Adapt to new situations

In the third year of study, you can spend one or two semesters abroad on an international mobility programme as you complete your academic requirements.

Some outstanding mobility programmes include ERASMUS (international mobility) and Seneca/Sicue (mobility in Spain).

Further information about these programmes and requirements

Mobility Regulations. Faculty of Psychology and Education


2019 – 2020 mobility places

Erasmus +

SICUE

Places available through non-Erasmus bilateral agreements

Programme description

  • Degree: Bachelor’s degree in Physical Activity and Sports Science
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS credits yearly x 4 years= 240 ECTS
  • Number of places: 60
  • Type of programme: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language: Spanish, Basque and English
  • Internships: Compulsory: 12 ECTS (4th course)
  • International programme: Electives: 30 or 60 ECTS credits (one semester or two in the 3rd year of study)
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: 6 ETCS
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education

International programme

Living and studying in a foreign country

  • New approaches to Physical Activity and Sports
  • Learn about other customs
  • Know other cultures
  • Develop your language competences
  • Adapt to new situations

In the third year of study, you can spend one or two semesters abroad on an international mobility programme as you complete your academic requirements.

Some outstanding mobility programmes include ERASMUS (international mobility) and Seneca/Sicue (mobility in Spain).

Further information about these programmes and requirements

Mobility Regulations. Faculty of Psychology and Education


2019 – 2020 mobility places

Erasmus +

SICUE

Places available through non-Erasmus bilateral agreements