Erasmus KA107 outgoing

Mobility in countries outside the EU

The mobility programme Erasmus+KA107 gives students the possibility of attending courses and laboratories and of working on their graduate thesis, and it gives teaching staff the opportunity of teaching and research with university partners outside the EU.

Erasmus+KA107 involves non-EU countries having cooperation agreements with the EU. The following instruments are provided by the European Commission or the European Development Fund (EDF): Partnership (PI), European Neighbourhood (ENI), Pre-Accession (IPA) and Development Cooperation (DCI).

For mobility in non-EU countries, the EU assigns a financial contribution to participating universities.

List of universities currently entertaining KA107 mobility agreements with the University of Milan:

  • Georgia Georgian Technical University
  • Tajikistan State Higher Educational Institution
  • Avicenna Tajik State Medical University

In past years the university had KA107 agreements with: Kosovo University at Pristina, Serbia University at Novi Sad, Albania Agriculture University at Tirana, Bosnia and Herzegovina University at Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina University at Sarajevo.

Outgoing students:
international.education@unimi.it
Tel. 02 503 13494

Professors:
international.agreements@unimi.it
Tel. 02 503 13506

Erasmus+KA107 mobility students can attend courses and laboratories or work on their thesis for 3-12 months.

The financial support assigned to them is calculated in relation to the duration of the study programme and the distance of the host university from the home university.

How to apply

Application requirements

 

Those who wish to apply for Erasmus+ KA107 mobility must be enrolled in a second or higher year of a programme at the University of Milan and have sufficient skill in the teaching language of the host institution. Certain courses may have other requirements established by the academic coordinators.

 

How to apply
Students should apply by email to the International Relations and Agreements Office: international.agreements@unimi.it, with the following documents:

  • application form
  • copy of passport
  • curriculum vitae
  • letter of motivation
  • draft Learning Agreement

The application form and the deadlines and steps necessary to apply are explained in the call for applications.

The applicants selected by the home institution are assessed by the host institution that sends the applicant a letter of acceptance.

See the call for applications

Call for applications for KA107 student mobility

Contacts

international.education@unimi.it
Tel. +39 02 503 13494

Economic support

Successful applicants receive a grant towards travel and living expenses.

Travel expenses

The grant towards travel expenses is calculated as established by the European Commission according to the distance between the home address and the destination:

Distance (in km)      

Sum (in euro)  

0-99

20

100-499

180

500-1499

275

2000-2999

360

3000-3999

530

4000-7999

820

>8000

1500


 

Living expenses

Students on KA107 mobility receive €650/month towards living expenses.

The total amount is obtained multiplying the monthly amount (30 days) by the number of months spent abroad. For incomplete months, multiply €650 by the number of days divided by 30.

The Erasmus+ KA107 programme offers academic staff the possibility of teaching for a period ranging from 5 days to 2 months (excluding days of travel) in a partner university.

Academics must teach at least 8 hours/week during the mobility period.

Contacts

international.agreements@unimi.it  
Tel. 02 503 13506

How to apply

The application and letter of invitation from the host institution should be lodged at the International relations and agreements office as set out in the call for applications.

Candidates are then chosen by a special commission nominated by the council of the applicant's department.

The call for applications describes what to do before departure, during mobility and before returning, and the details of economic support.

See call for applications 2018

Call for applications for teacher mobility KA107

Economic support

Academic staff in KA107 mobility receive an Erasmus+ grant towards travel and living expenses.

Travel expenses

The grant towards travel expenses is calculated as established by the European Commission according to the distance between the home address and the destination:

Distance (in km)   

Sum (in euro)  

0-99

20

100-499

180

500 - 1999

275

2000 - 2999

360

3000 - 3999

530

4000 - 7999

820

>8000

1100


 

Spese di soggiorno

E’ previsto per i docenti in mobilità KA107 un supporto economico per far fronte alle spese di soggiorno. Tutte le informazioni sull’entità del contributo e sul metodo di pagamento sono disponibili all’interno del bando di mobilità