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Erasmus+ and Exchange Programmes


The EU programme Erasmus+ offers the possibility of studying abroad for 3-12 months and provides funding through a unique scholarship programme. Our School of Economics has more than 100 partner Universities where students may apply to study abroad. The deadline for the online Erasmus application is February each year. The scholarship allocates between €250 and €300 per month, depending on the country of destination, and students with the lowest ISEE-U could be eligible for additional funding. 70% of the funding is anticipated before students' departure, the remaining 30% is provided after students return and register at least 12 CFU per semester, which have been previously approved by the Erasmus Coordinator.

The Erasmus+ Office of the School of Economics guides students in the choice of destinations, supporting them in carrying out the necessary practices.


1. Apply

Application via the official online annual call that is published every year by the Erasmus+ Office of the School of Economics around February.

2. Select and confirm the Erasmus University

Winners should take into consideration different universities. When students select their Erasmus university, they should verify that the chosen institution offers master level courses - related subject areas for a similar amount of credits. Credit recognition for exams will only be granted for pre-approved exams that meet these requirements.

Where? List of universities already choosen by our students: Ghent University, Gothenburg University, Groningen University, Lausanne University, Leuven University, Maastricht University, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Tilburg University, VŠE - University of Economics, Prague. 

Once you have determined one or more possible universities, you should confirm the choice during the meeting for the assignment of destination organized by the Erasmus+ Office.

4. Exam Approval Form

Prepare the Exam Approval Form that must be returned to msc_economics@economia.uniroma2.it with a list of exams to propose for pre-approval, along with the host university's links to each course’s detailed syllabus, as well as the corresponding course name at Tor Vergata and its Delphi number. The course content and lecture credits abroad must correspond to similar courses at our program.

The Exam Approval Form will be evaluated by Professor Federico Belotti who is the Erasmus Coordinator for the MSc in Economics.

Students are kindly requested to not contact the professors or the Erasmus Coordinator for the Erasmus Exam Approval and for any request or issue related to. The Erasmus Exam Approval Procedure is managing by the Program Office.

5.  Learning Agreement

Once approved, submit the signed Exam Approval Form and your Learning Agreement to the Erasmus+ Office of the School of Economics.


Erasmus+ Student Traineeship

As part of the new ERASMUS+ Program, the Erasmus+ Student Traineeship action allows students regularly enrolled in a study course at Tor Vergata University of Rome to access training internships in companies, training and research centers of one of the countries participating in the Program.

For any inquiries, get in touch with the Erasmus+ Traineeship Office:

  • Elisabetta Lunghi  Phone: +39 06 7259.2573
  • Alma Orazi  Phone: +39 06 7259.2062

Email: traineeship@erasmus.uniroma2.it

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Tor Vergata University of Rome offers the opportunity to spend one semester at extra-European partner universities under a cooperation agreement framework for exam purposes.

For any inquiries, get in touch with the Tor Vergata International Relations Office:


Thesis Abroad

Tor Vergata University of Rome promotes a scholarship program for the thesis research abroad. The aim of this grant is to support students wanting to work on their thesis abroad.

For any inquiries, get in touch with the Tor Vergata International Relations Office:


Fulbright Program

Fulbright Program is the most important international cultural exchange program in the United States.

The Program operates in more than 155 countries worldwide and about 7,500 Fulbright scholarships are awarded worldwide each year. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State and by the governments of the participating countries sponsor the Fulbright Program.

The Fulbright Program is a program of Cultural Exchanges between Italy and the United States that offers opportunities for study, research and teaching to students, graduates, doctoral students and teachers.