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The Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias, with two locations (Gran Canaria and Tenerife), is an institution recognised by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme, and has been actively involved in the Erasmus exchange programmes since 2009. The Conservatorio was awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the years 2014-2020.
The Conservatorio is deeply committed to international relations as a strategy for cultural exchange and global outreach, fostering the mobility of students and of teaching and non-teaching staff. Presently it cooperates with more than 40 European higher education centres.
If you would like to come to the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias on an exchange under the Erasmus+ programme for studies and/or traineeship, we encourage you to do so. Besides all professors/lectures from our partner-institutions interested in teaching master classes at CSMC are warmly invited to contact our International Relations Office.
The International Office is the first contact point for any queries regarding student and teacher exchange programs
Erasmus+ Main Coordinator
Prof. José María Curbelo González
The Institutional Coordinator is an essential part of the administration of the Erasmus programme and is the school or faculty point of contact for the IC. The I.C. is responsible for:
- Main point of contact for that school/faculty for the Institutional coordinator.
- Circulating information regarding available funds etc to staff cohort.
- Promoting the Erasmus programme to students.
- Liaising with European Institutions about opening new Erasmus partnerships.
- Providing input for CSMC student application forms such as signatures, overseeing the proposed Learning Programme and making sure that all paperwork necessary to fulfil the Erasmus contractual requirements are met by CSMC (such as collating Learning Agreements and Transcripts of Records).
- Continuing support of CSMC students whilst they are studying abroad.
- Performing administrative duties in regards to accepting applications from our EU partner institutions, providing module information for visiting students.
- Helping incoming students with registration and other academic questions they may have.
- Ensuring that a transcript of records is available for each visiting student and confirming the study programme of outgoing CSMC students.
- The benefit of being an Academic Coordinator is that they have priority in regards to Erasmus funds – whether this is for preparatory visits or teaching exchanges. Those academics that aim to incorporate some European travel in their schedule are often those most capable of benefiting from the role of Academic Coordinator.