How to take part in the programme

To take part in the Erasmus+ programme you must respond to the call for applications and present a general training programme, which may be completed at any one of the selected universities.

The call for applications, published each year in February, specifies the admission requirements, as well as application and selection procedures.

The following students may apply to the Erasmus+ programme:

  • those enrolled on a degree programme, who have not been off track with exams for more than one year at the time of application

  • those who have at least A2 level proficiency in the working language of the selected host university or in English, in the case of destination countries which use languages that are not widely spoken.

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Erasmus + applications must be submitted online.

The deadline for academic year 2021/22 is 26 February, by 1 pm.

The following must be uploaded during the procedure:

  • a valid identity document - max 2MB

  • CV and previous academic records in a single file - max 5MB

  • proposed training programme (form 1) - max 10MB

  • documentation regarding language proficiency in a single PDF file - max 10 MB 
    (language certificate or SLAM certificate, screenshot of your career with the language level obtained, or self-certification using form 2, in accordance with the requirements of the degree programme at home. (Note point 4 of the call for applications and Annexe A)

  • any other documentation that may enhance one's application.

At the end of the procedure the student receives an e-mail confirming that the application has been correctly submitted.

It is possible to take part in the mobility programme more than once, up to a maximum stay abroad - for study or traineeship - of 12 months overall for bachelor's and master's programmes and 24 months overall for single cycle degree programmes.

Available destinations, requirements, coordinating professors, informative meetings and selection interviews divided by area of study.

How the Erasmus selection procedure works, where to find information on selection interviews and rankings, and how to decline an offer.

Attend informative meetings to better understand Erasmus+ and receive more detailed information on how to take part in the programme.