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Erasmus+ for study

Erasmus+ allows students to spend 2-12 months at one of our 500 partner universities throughout Europe. There are approximately 2,000 scholarships available thanks to over 1,500 bilateral agreements that Sapienza has signed since 1987 with European universities.

Erasmus+ allows students to spend 2-12 months at one of our 500 partner universities throughout Europe. There are approximately 2,000 scholarships available thanks to over 1,500 bilateral agreements that Sapienza has signed since 1987 with European universities.

Available destinations also include those of the Civis Alliance, of which Sapienza University of Rome is a member, along with 10 other universities: Free University of Brussels, University of Tübingen, Autonomous University of Madrid, Aix-Marseille Université, National Kapodistrian University of Athens, University of Bucharest, University of Stockholm, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, University of Glasgow (ateneo associato) e UNIL - Université de Lausanne.

Erasmus+ call for studies 2024/2025 - Residual Destinations  - NEWS

On May 17-29, 2024, students can apply for the residual destinations; check the calls of the faculties that have destinations available for assignment.

Architecture

Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Pharmacy and medicine

Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Law

Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Statistics

Published on 29 May - deadline 27 June 2024 at 14.00 

Arts and Humanities

Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Medicine and psychology

Medicine and Health Professions Area (Sant'Andrea Hospital): Published on 29 May - deadline 27 June 2024 at 14.00 
Psychology, Pedagogy and Social work Area: Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Mathematics, Physics, and Natural Sciences

Published on 29 May - deadline 27 June 2024 at 14.00 

Political Science, Sociology, Communication

Political Science Area - Political Science Department: Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations
Sociology Area - Social and Economic Sciences Department: Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations
Communication Area - Communication and Social Research Department: Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Latina Branch

Published on 17 May - deadline 19 June 2024 at 14.00 - Call for residual destinations

Language tests - NEWS

If you intend to apply for the Erasmus+ Study 2024/2025 - Residual Destinations call, and you have not already taken 2 language tests at our Sapienza Language Centre - CLA (from September 2023 to February 2024) and/or you do not have a language certificate, you can take the test(s) at our CLA (on June 4, 5 and 6. Click here (in Italian) for more information and forms)

Learning Agreement Search Tool: tips on how to complete your learning agreement

The tool is available at the following link http://aris.me/erasmus/erasmus-tool.html  (in Italian)

Language qualifications for the selection procedure

Language qualifications recognised for the Erasmus+ for study 2024-25 selection procedure

ISEE candidates enrolled in a PhD Course

Only candidates enrolled in a PhD course can submit their ISEE declaration (ISEE for the Right to Study. As an international student, you can only declare ISEE for income generated in Italy) by sending an email to  candidaturaerasmus@uniroma1.it  no later than the deadline of the call (5 March at 2.00 pm.), indicating  in the  object: ISEE PhD student.

Personal data processing

Information on personal data processing (in Italian)  for accessing the selection procedure to participate in international student mobility programmes

FAQs

1. Can I choose my destination freely or are there any restrictions?  
The restrictions are indicated in the Call under each location (e.g. language skills, courses that can be taken).

2. How does the recognition of credits obtained during the Erasmus exchange work? 
The procedure for the recognition of activities and CFUs is detailed at the following link: https://redazione.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/academic-recognition-erasmus-exams

3. Are there events or activities organised to foster the integration of Erasmus students with the local community?
Generally, welcome events are organised at host universities and Erasmus Student Network (ESN) associations are present

4. Does the Erasmus office provide logistical support during the period abroad? 
The support provided by the central and faculty Erasmus office relates to administrative and academic procedures, depending on specific competences

5. What criteria are taken into account when determining the amount of the grant? 
Country of destination, Isee, year of enrolment and special needs

6. Will I definitely leave for my chosen destination? 
Depends on the rankings and the number of places available

7. Are the language requirements compulsory? 
Level A2 is an entry requirement, but it is necessary to have the level required by the host university. For some faculties the level must be reached at the time of application, for others at the time of departure.

8. Can I extend my stay? 
Yes, if there is a proven need in relation to the activities to be carried out during the mobility. Funding for additional periods is not guaranteed and can be for a maximum total duration of 12 months (in relation to any previous mobility, 24 months for a single cycle) and until the end of the Erasmus year (July 2025 - a.y. mobility 2024/2055).

9. How do I complete the Learning Agreement? 
Depending on whether the LA is needed at the application stage or after the mobility period, it is generally advisable to ask the Faculty contact persons for assistance: RAEF https://redazione.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/referenti-amministrativi-erasmus... and CAM + RAM https://redazione.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/coordinators-and-academics-super...

In addition, consulting the "Learning Agreement Search Tool" can help:  http://aris.me/erasmus/erasmus-tool.html (in Italian).

10. How does Erasmus + Traineeship work?
All information is available here https://redazione.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/erasmus-traineeships. The call for applications for 200 mobility grants of up to 5 months will close on Thursday, March 28, at 14.00.

11.What are the main differences between Erasmus+ and Extra-EU Mobility? 

12. How are the grades of exams taken in Erasmus converted? 
All information is available here

13. Where will I stay when I am on Erasmus? 
You should contact the host university to check whether university residences are available, otherwise you should look for accommodation on your own according to your needs.

14. Where can I find the exams to be taken abroad? 
Please read the "Learning Agreement Search Tool"  to help you choose courses offered by international universities where Sapienza students have studied. The tool is available at the following link http://aris.me/erasmus/erasmus-tool.html (in Italian).

15. What do I do if I obtain a lower language level than that required by the host university? 
It depends on the host university and the awarding faculty. In some cases, the faculty allows you to reach the level before your departure, perhaps by attending the free courses offered by Sapienza at Sapienza Language Centre for mobility recipients; in other cases, the awarding faculties require that you reach the right level at the application stage; it is always best to check with the contact person(s) for the specific call for applications.

16. When applying is it necessary to specify which exams will be taken abroad? Must these be confirmed by the RAM before the application is sent? 
It depends on the awarding faculty, which may require the upload of the Learning Agreement in addition to the indication of the courses to be taken in the application.

17. How does it work for universities that require (also) an English language level, but have no courses in English? 
Generally, if a second language option is indicated in the call for applications, this means that courses are available in two languages, in which case you should check with the awarding faculty.

18. If I hold one of the recognised language certificates, but have also taken the test at Sapienza Language Centre (CLA), which of the two is taken into account for ranking purposes? 
It depends on the certificate (it may be very old), in any case the appropriate evaluations are carried out by the Faculty's evaluation committee.

19. If the language requirements include two languages, do I have to have a certificate in both or is one sufficient?
One of the two should suffice for selection purposes, but again, it is best to check with the awarding faculty.

20. What are the grants and how are they paid out? 
All info here (A.Y. 2024/2025)

General information on Erasmus mobility

Click here for all information

Promotional events

On January 18, 2024 the Aula Magna hosted the presentation event "PARTIRE PER CREDERE: IL PROGRAMMA ERASMUS+ PER STUDIARE ALL’ESTERO". Opportunities, calls for applications and instructions on how to apply were presented.

Event programme (in Italian).

Online event

Erasmus+ information meeting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AViYQj2t0o

Promotional events for each Faculty 

Faculty of Mathematics, Physics, and Natural Sciences
Wednesday, January 24 at 4 p.m., Room 3 of the Mathematics Department.

Programme (in Italian)

Faculty of  Arts and Humanities
Wednesday, January 24, 09.30-12.00 am, Classroom 1 - Humanities Building (CU003) 

Department of Philosophy

Wednesday, January 24 at 3 pm, Villa Mirafiori 

Programme (in Italian)

Faculty of Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Statistics
Friday, February 9  at 11.00 a.m., Classroom 13 of the Tumminelli building

Erasmus+ Mobility Unit (EU)

Head of Unit
Tiziana De Matteis

Staff

Libera Durante
Serena Sardone
Francesca Sciarra 
Gwyneth Aquino
Maria Pia Battista

Email
smout@uniroma1.it

Locations
Main Campus
Building CU016 (Orthopaedics)
Third floor
Entrance from
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5

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