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Erasmus with us

The department is committed to ensuring that students in its courses are fully supported in their desire to study and train abroad.

Erasmus Program

Aereo sopra la città

Erasmus is the European Union program that for more than 35 years has allowed undergraduate students, graduate students, doctoral students and postgraduate students to experience a study program or formative internship at one of more than 300 European partner universities, with subsequent recognition of the teaching activity carried out in their academic career. 

The main objectives of the program include: deepening knowledge of a foreign language and building a European society through the studies and training of young people in intercultural contexts.

The two types of Erasmus mobility programs for students are:

  • Study stays: attending courses, taking exams, writing thesis and carrying out research, laboratory and clinical activities abroad.
  • Traineeship stays: carrying out a training internships under the tutelage of the partner university, also open to recent graduates (within 12 months of graduation).

Learn more about the Erasmus project

The Erasmus Desk

The department has set up an Erasmus Desk to provide firsthand assistance to students in understanding the administrative procedures required for a study abroad experience.