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International Credit Mobility

For the past 30 years, Europe has been funding the Erasmus programme, which has enabled more than 3 million European students to spend part of their studies in a higher education institution (HEI) other than their own, throughout Europe.

Since 2015, Erasmus has opened its doors to the rest of the world, providing people and organisations from countries outside Europe with the opportunity to participate in the programme. Through the program's Key Action 1 (KA 107 and KA 171) International Credit Mobility (ICM), students and members of the teaching and administrative staff can undertake a period of mobility to partner countries on other continents.

Students can obtain academic credits abroad that are recognised in their home country, acquire new skills, support their professional development, and learn to understand new cultures through experience with societies and ways of life that are different from those typical of the European continent.

 

 

8 countries, 11 universities, 1 common goal: internationalisation


This project, funded by the Erasmus+ Program under Key Action 1 (KA 171) International Credit Mobility (ICM), aims to promote the mobility of students, faculty and technical-administrative staff to and from destinations outside the EU.

The project includes eleven universities from eight countries: Albania, Ecuador, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Montenegro, Tunisia, Russia.


Objectives

  • To create a multicultural and multilingual environment in order to break down language barriers and encourage scientific development;
  • to support the internationalisation of the individual profile of students, teaching and technical-administrative staff;
  • to promote the values of inclusion, transparency and non-discrimination, consistent with the principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE);
  • to lay a solid foundation for the implementation of joint academic activities such as research projects and educational pathways for the awarding of dual degrees.
     

Specifics

Students are informed that due to the restrictions imposed by the Erasmus+ program, mobility for study purposes through the KA171 project is allowed to Albania, Montenegro and Russia.

 

Recipients

  • Students enrolled in bachelor's and master's degree programmes;
  • teaching staff;
  • technical-administrative staff.


Erasmus+ Contribution

  • Students: outgoing UNINT students have the opportunity to spend a period abroad at a partner university (after selection through a call for mobility applications) without having to pay additional fees and receiving a grant of 700 euros per month plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant). At the application stage, it will be possible to apply for an additional contribution of 250 euros per month in the case of students with fewer opportunities and an additional contribution in the case of opting for green travel. More details can be found in the call for applications and its annexes;
  • teaching and technical-administrative staff: outgoing UNINT staff will receive a per diem of 180 euros plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant) and a possible additional contribution in case they opt for green travel.


The host university will assist with visa, insurance and accommodation procedures. The UNINT Mobility and International Relations Office will remain available throughout the duration of the mobility to provide necessary support.

KA 171 Project Brochure (2023-2026)

8 countries, 11 universities, 1 common goal: internationalisation


This project, funded by the Erasmus+ Program under Key Action 1 (KA 171) International Credit Mobility (ICM), aims to promote the mobility of students, faculty and technical-administrative staff to and from destinations outside the EU.

The project includes eleven universities from eight countries: Albania, Ecuador, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Montenegro, Tunisia, Russia.


Objectives

  • To create a multicultural and multilingual environment in order to break down language barriers and encourage scientific development;
  • to support the internationalisation of the individual profile of students, teaching and technical-administrative staff;
  • to promote the values of inclusion, transparency and non-discrimination, consistent with the principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE);
  • to lay a solid foundation for the implementation of joint academic activities such as research projects and educational pathways for the awarding of dual degrees.
     

Specifics

Students are informed that due to the restrictions imposed by the Erasmus+ program, mobility for study purposes through the KA171 project is allowed to Albania, Montenegro and Russia.

 

Recipients

  • Students enrolled in bachelor's and master's degree programmes;
  • teaching staff;
  • technical-administrative staff.


Erasmus+ Contribution

  • Students: outgoing UNINT students have the opportunity to spend a period abroad at a partner university (after selection through a call for mobility applications) without having to pay additional fees and receiving a grant of 700 euros per month plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant). At the application stage, it will be possible to apply for an additional contribution of 250 euros per month in the case of students with fewer opportunities and an additional contribution in the case of opting for green travel. More details can be found in the call for applications and its annexes;
  • teaching and technical-administrative staff: outgoing UNINT staff will receive a per diem of 180 euros plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant) and a possible additional contribution in case they opt for green travel.


The host university will assist with visa, insurance and accommodation procedures. The UNINT Mobility and International Relations Office will remain available throughout the duration of the mobility to provide necessary support.

KA 171 Project Brochure (2023-2026)

5 countries, 8 universities, 1 common goal: internationalisation


This project, funded by the Erasmus+ Program under Key Action 1 (KA 171) International Credit Mobility (ICM), aims to promote the mobility of students, faculty and technical-administrative staff to and from destinations outside the EU.

The project includes eight universities from five countries: Albania, Italy, Morocco, Montenegro, Russia.


Objectives

  • To create a multicultural and multilingual environment in order to break down language barriers and encourage scientific development;
  • to support the internationalisation of the individual profile of students, teaching and technical-administrative staff;
  • to promote the values of inclusion, transparency and non-discrimination, consistent with the principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE);
  • to lay a solid foundation for the implementation of joint academic activities such as research projects and educational pathways for the awarding of dual degrees.
     

Recipients

  • Students enrolled in bachelor's and master's degree programmes;
  • teaching staff;
  • technical-administrative staff.


Erasmus+ Contribution

  • Students: outgoing UNINT students have the opportunity to spend a period abroad at a partner university (after selection through a call for mobility applications) without having to pay additional fees and receiving a grant of 700 euros per month plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant). At the application stage, it will be possible to apply for an additional contribution of 250 euros per month in the case of students with fewer opportunities and an additional contribution in the case of opting for green travel. More details can be found in the call for applications and its annexes;
  • teaching and technical-administrative staff: outgoing UNINT staff will receive a per diem of 180 euros plus a contribution for travel expenses (travel grant) and a possible additional contribution in case they opt for green travel.


The host university will assist with visa, insurance and accommodation procedures. The UNINT Mobility and International Relations Office will remain available throughout the duration of the mobility to provide necessary support.


KA 171 Project Brochure (2022-2025)

This project, funded by the Erasmus + Program under Key Action 107 (KA 107), aims to promote the mobility of students, and teaching and technical-administrative staff between the Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma - UNINT and three universities in two countries (Albania, Morocco) in order to:

  • promote the modernisation and internationalisation of education and academic life at the partner universities involved through the presence of international students and teaching staff and increase their quality by emphasising soft skills;
  • promote the internationalisation of available courses by adopting courses in partner universities that are not offered in their home universities;
  • lay a solid foundation for the implementation of joint academic activities such as research projects and educational pathways for the awarding of dual degrees through widespread verification of similarities at educational level through the mobility of teaching and technical-administrative staff.


KA 107 Project Brochure (2020-2023)

This project, funded by the Erasmus + Program under Key Action 107 (KA 107), aims to promote the mobility of students, and teaching and technical-administrative staff between the Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma - UNINT and eight partner universities in four countries (Albania, Brazil, Tunisia, and Vietnam) in order to achieve shared objectives:

  • to support the internationalisation of the individual profile of students, and teaching and technical-administrative staff;
  • to promote the modernisation and internationalisation of education and academic life at the partner universities involved through the presence of international students and teaching staff and increase their quality by emphasising soft skills;
  • to lay a solid foundation for the implementation of joint academic activities.


KA 107 Project Brochure (2019-2022)

Funded by the Erasmus+ Program under Key Action (KA 107), the UNINTed World Project provides 44 grants to students and teaching staff for study/internship or teaching mobility between UNINT and four partner universities in three countries (Albania, Morocco and Tunisia). Mobility grants provide individual support to cover living expenses (calculated on the basis of actual days spent abroad) and an additional contribution to cover travel expenses (varying in amount depending on the destination country). More information on partner universities, mobility grants and project activities can be found in the brochure.


Erasmus+ Experience Video

KA107 Results Brochure (2018-2020)

UNINTed World Project Brochure (2018-2020)

Funded by the ERASMUS+ Program under the Key Action (KA 107), the UNINTed World project provides international mobility grants to 65 students for semester-long study stays in Italy, Canada, Morocco, Taiwan and Russia. The 65 grants were awarded to bachelor’s and master's students during the 2015-2017 academic biennium.

Each grant, which varies in amount depending on the country of destination, provides a contribution to cover travel and living expenses for the entire duration of stay.


UNINTed World Results Brochure (2015-2017)

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