CETT-UB shows its offer to study and train abroad on Go Abroad Day
The CETT-UB showed students all the academic and professional mobility offered at the Go Abroad day last week. Orientation workshops, a fair with the presence of international universities, and the testimonies of students who have lived academic and training experiences abroad made up the program.
The informative sessions detailed the possibilities of academic mobility, internships, joint degrees, etc., that the CETT-UB offers. The fair has put up several stands from international universities and meeting points where former and current CETT students who have lived or are living abroad have shared their experiences with those who might be interested.
Agreements with universities and international companies
The commitment to internationalization is deeply rooted in the CETT-UB, as the figures below show:
- 80 CETT-UB students will study abroad during this academic year. This is possible thanks to the agreements that the CETT-UB has with 52 universities from 28 countries on 5 continents.
- There is also the possibility of doing your professional internship abroad: 119 students have done so in 79 companies from 30 countries in the last five academic years.
- In parallel, CETT is also an international student attraction pole. In the past, 368 students from 54 countries have studied with us.
This year Go Abroad Day has been presential again after last year's online format due to the COVID-19 pandemic.