The EU programme Erasmus+ offers the possibility of studying abroad for 3-12 months and provides funding through a unique scholarship programme. The University of Rome Tor Vergata has more than 100 partner Universities where students may apply to study abroad. The deadline for the online Erasmus application is February each year. Students may participate in more than one Erasmus programme during the course of their studies. 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 EEBL Coordinator.
- Application via the official online annual call for applications.
- Winners should take into consideration different universities and verify that their chosen courses will be recognised by EEBL. More precisely, the course content and lecture credits abroad must correspond to similar courses at Tor Vergata*.
- Confirm their university of choice.
- Prepare the learning project for the signature of the EEBL Coordinator.
- Submit the signed form at the Erasmus Office.
*Students should keep in mind that a language certificate will be required to participate in the programme. When students select their Erasmus university, they should verify that the chosen institution offers master level courses in EEBL-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. Students may take other exams that are not approved, however, the CFU will not be recognized or counted toward the EEBL degree. Scholarship winners will receive an exam approval form that must be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org 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. Upon return to Tor Vergata, at least 12 CFUs must be recognized in order to keep the full scholarship.
An English speaking tutor will be available to assist foreign students on the following days and hours in the Erasmus Office of the School of Economics, located in Building B (Ricerca) on the Ground Floor, behind the computer lab: Monday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm; Wednesday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm; Thursday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
|Erasmus+ Coordinator Susanna Petrini
|Erasmus+ Assistant Simona DeAngelis
- Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
- University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden
Useful instruments for Erasmus students
- ErasmusU student housing platform for those looking for student accommodation (all over the world).
- DotE (accessible in English and Italian) network of Erasmus alumni ready to support students who are preparing for Erasmus departure, already in Erasmus or back at home after their experience abroad. There is advice and free accommodation available, and many new Erasmus friends to make all over the world!
- GaragErasmus is a professional network for Erasmus alumni that offers a job platform, event sharing and project promotion.
- Erasmus Student Network platform for Erasmus students.