Erasmus for studies


The Erasmus+ programme allows to spend a period of study  at an European host university lasting between 3 and 12 months. During this period, the student’s academic career will be considered “suspended for mobility.”

Possible activities during the period of study abroad are:
- attending courses
- taking exams
- thesis preparation.


Unlike the former LLP/Erasmus programme, Erasmus+ allows to carry out mobilities to a maximum of:

- Three-years undergraduate, Masters, and PhD courses: 12 months

- Long cycle courses ((five-year combined bachelors and masters degree program): 24 months

Eventual Erasmus for traineeship mobilities must be included in the calculation.



- Not all the universities accepts mobilities for thesis preparation

- Not all the universities accept period reduction

Therefore the students are suggested to contact directly the host university for further details.



Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020. Erasmus+ offers opportunities to study, train, gain work experience or volunteer abroad and one of its strategic objectives is to strengthen linguistic skills and support language learning.

The Online Linguistic Support (OLS) supports language learning for Erasmus+ mobility participants. The OLS offers participants in Erasmus+ long-term mobility activities (Key Action 1) the opportunity to assess their skills in the foreign language(s) they will use to study, work or volunteer abroad. In addition, selected participants may follow an online language course to improve their competence.

The tests at the beginning and end of the mobility are mandatory.


Coordinators' interviews calendar

Coordinators may interview candidates. Not all the Coordinators will be listed in the calendar.

ATTENTION! Prof. Di Matteo scheduled a new interview on April 5th at 15:00 (see the calendar)

Erasmus for studies 2018/19

UPDATING: 2018/19 Enrollment

Those students, willing to graduate within April 2019 and requesting the 2018/19 tuition payment and enrollment skiping, have to deliver such request together with the grant agreement.


UPDATING of the grant per month according to the host countries:

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Lichtenstein, Norway and Colonies of European countries: Euro 300,00

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Macedonia, Netherlands, Portugal,  Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain: Euro 250,00


In no case there will be position take over in the ranking lists nor a new notice of selection for the second semester 18/19.


See Notice of selection

erasmus for studies 2017/18


Thanks to the University Ministry funds, in addition to the month integration already presente in the financial agreement, at the end of 17/18 mobility students will obtain a supplemental grant for their recognised credits according to the following scheme:


Full year mobility : 

- from 30 to 49 CFU

- from 50 CFU


1-semester mobility:

- from 15 to 24 CFU

- from 25 CFU


The exact amount for each group will be calculated on the basis of the mobilities carried out.

The process will be carried out in late Spring 2019.