For the past 30 years Europe has been funding the Erasmus Programme, enabling more than 3 million European students to spend part of their university life abroad, in another European Higher Education Institution. Since 2015 Erasmus has opened to the rest of the world, extending to non-EU individuals and organisations the chance to take part in the Programme. Thanks to key action 1 of Programme (KA 107) International Credit Mobility (ICM), students, academic staff, and technical and administrative staff can spend a mobility period in partner countries on other continents. Students can obtain ECTS abroad which may then be recognized by their country of origin, develop their professional skills, and acquire new ones, while learning to understand new cultures, societies, and ways of living which are different from those in Europe.
The UNINTed World project is funded by the EU Erasmus+ (KA 107) Programme and provides students and academic staff with 44 mobility grants for study/traineeship or teaching purposes, established between UNINT and four other partner Universities in Albania, Morocco and Tunisia. The mobility grants are composed of Individual Support to cover subsistence costs (established on the basis of the number of days actually spent abroad), and an additional contribution to cover travel expenses (depending on the destination). For further information on partner Universities, mobility grants, and project activities, please see the brochure..
The UNINT World project was funded by the EU Erasmus+ (KA 107) Programme and provided 65 students with international mobility grants. Students spent a six-month period of study in Italy, Canada, Morocco, Taiwan and Russia. The 65 grants were allocated to students enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree during the two academic years 2015-2017.
Each grant had a specific value depending on the country concerned, and represented a contribution to cover travel expenses and subsistence costs for the entire stay.