Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad.
Detailed information on these opportunities, including eligibility criteria, is available in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. An indicative funding guide for some centralised opportunities is also available.
In our School of Economics, we have the International Relations Office which promotes and manages more than 135 partner Universities.
By choosing to study abroad with the Erasmus+ program, you have a great chance to improve your communication, language and inter-cultural skills and to gain soft skills which are highly valued by future employers.
Every year Tor Vergata University supports the mobility of about 1200 students, 700 outbound and 500 inbound. The agreements between the universities that allow such exchanges, representing the most part of the countries of the European Union, are about 600 [139 for the School of Economics].
Erasmus+ allows a number of mobility periods for each study cycle, both for studies and traineeship. A total of 12 months of mobility are allowed for each cycle, bachelor's degree courses, master's degree courses, PhDs and a total of 24 months for one-cycle courses.
All the information about our Erasmus+ programme (Call, Partner Universities, Procedure to follow) are available here.
+ Student Mobility for Traineeship is the European Union Program that allows students to access training internships at companies, training and research centers of one of the countries participating in the Program, for the development of full-time apprenticeship activities, recognized as an integral part of the student’s study plan (after approval of the degree program at the University to which they belong).
You can make a mobility for traineeship abroad, from 2 to 12 months.
Even undergraduates can apply for traineeship. The latter will have to respond to the University call and fill in the online application before graduating; from the time of graduation, there are 12 months to carry out traineeship mobility.
More information are available here.
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships are transnational projects designed to develop and share innovative practices and promote cooperation, peer learning, and exchanges of experiences in the fields of education, training, and youth.
What are the opportunities?
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships provide opportunities for a wide variety of public, private, and non-governmental organisations to implement a broad range of activities including, for example:
- Strengthening cooperation and networking between organisations,
- Promoting the development, testing, and implementation of innovative practices,
- Promoting the recognition and validation of knowledge, skills, and competences,
- Promoting cooperation between regional authorities to develop new systems for education, training, and youth,
- Supporting learners with disabilities and special needs and ease their transition to the labour market,
- Supporting education and training professionals to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion in learning,
- Promoting integration of newly arrived migrants and raising awareness about the refugee crisis in Europe,
- Promoting entrepreneurship and active citizenship among young people.
Strategic Partnerships can be of different sizes and conduct different activities depending on the objective of the project, the organisations involved, the expected impact, and other elements.
Within the scope of the project’s objectives, there are also opportunities for pupils, students, learners, and staff to learn, be trained, or to teach abroad, insofar as these transnational teaching, training and learning activities contribute to the achievement of the project’s objectives.
Strategic Partnerships can have different durations depending on the field:
– Higher education: between 24 and 36 months
– Adult education, school education and vocational education and training: between 12 and 36 months
– Youth: between 6 and 36 months
More info in here.
The goal of the Overseas program is to allow students of Tor Vergata University of Rome to spend one semester at an extra-European partner university under a cooperation agreement framework for exam purposes.
The grants are allocated to different areas of destinations: North America, South America, Asia and Africa. The courses attended abroad must be consistent with the student’s course of study.
During their stay abroad, students must be properly enrolled and up to date with payments, and they will earn their Degree only after their return to the home University.
More information in here: http://en.uniroma2.it/international/overseas/
Have you chosen your destination and need the approval of your Erasmus/Overseas package? Check in here the rules and procedure!
RECOGNITION OF THE EXAMS (also for Overseas programme)
Here you can check our rules for the courses recognition, while in here it is possible to check the exams that have been already accepted in the past years.
The form below must be used to send requests for recognition of Erasmus exams for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Economics course at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
In order to process the request, please provide the following information:
- Name of the exam to be recognized by Tor Vergata with the DELPHI exam code (as indicated in the degree program study plan), number of credits and number of hours of teaching in respect to the Tor Vergata exam;
- Exam name to be proposed as equivalent (at host university), with the number of credits, number of teaching hours and the link to the course syllabus on the host university’s website.
In order to proceed with the exams recognition, follow these instructions:
- Download the module below and fill-in all the requested information;
- Send it via e-mail to email@example.com;
- Wait for the final decision.