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Blended Intensive Programmes (BIP)

What they are?

It is a combination of short-term physical mobility (usually 5 days) with a virtual component using innovative teaching methods.
The virtual component can take place before, during or after the physical mobility.
Combined short-term mobility can be an important first step for students who are hesitant to go abroad. It offers the opportunity to build on these relationships and experience to create a new and more inclusive mobility format.
By enabling new and more flexible mobility formats that combine physical mobility with a virtual component, intensive blended programmes aim to reach out to all types of students, from any background, field of study and cycle.

Who organises it?

They are organised by a consortium that must include 3 universities from 3 different European countries of the Erasmus+ programme.
The organising university is the host university, where the face-to-face component of the programme takes place.
A minimum attendance of 15 incoming students is a prerequisite.

How long does it last?

Mobility with physical presence can last from 5 to 30 days.
Virtual mobility does not establish a minimum or maximum duration. It will depend on each BIP.

ECTS recognition

Participation in a BIP grants 3 ECTS credits to students (combined physical and virtual component).
In the case of PhD students, the 3 ECTS are not recognised in their study cycle. However, the 3 ECTS have to be considered as a guideline for the workload of the combined short-term mobility at doctoral level.

Useful links


UCLM Call for the organization of Intensive Combined Programs in the framework of the Erasmus+ program.

UCLM Call for Intensive Combined Programs with the participation of the University of Castilla - La Mancha as a partner entity, academic year 2023/24.

BIP Nanomaterials
Name BIP: Discovering the Fasctinating World of Nanomaterials

Date: 20 June to 8 July 2022

Location: Ciudad Real and Toledo Campus of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)

Coordinating Professor UCLM: Sonia Merino Guijarro
BIP Nanomaterials Images
Name: Sustainable Europe: Policy Proposals and Indicators (SEPPI)

Date: 1 February to 24 April 2022

Location: Università degli Studi di Pavia (Italy)

Coordinating professor UCLM: María Ángeles Davia Rodríguez
BIP University of Coimbra

Name: Road Tourism Routes: paths towards territorial cohesion, sustainable tourism and the enhancement of the heritage

Date: 7 to 17 of july 2023

Location: University of Coimbra (Portugal)

Coordinating professor UCLM: Julio José Plaza Tabasco

Galery BIP University of Coimbra
BIP Daugavpils University Letonia

BIP Daugavpils University (Letonia)

Nombre BIP: Competence development of future teachers focused on sustainability and cultural literacy

Fecha: del 2 al 6 de octubre de 2023

Lugar: Daugavpils University (Letonia)

Profesora Coordinadora UCLM: Raquel Bravo Marín

Galeria Letonia
BIP SEPPI 2nd Edition

BIP SEPPI (2nd Edition)

Name: Sustainable Europe: Policy Proposals and Indicators (SEPPI)

Date: February 14 to April 6, 2024

Place: Ghent University (Belgium)

BCoordinating professor UCLM: María Ángeles Davia Rodríguez