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Following the Government measures taken to handle the Covid-19 emergency, the Erasmus Office will be closed until new governmental arrangements will be made.
If you have doubts or need further information, you can contact:
- the staff of the Foreign Students Sector at email@example.com
- the staff of the International Activities for Didactics Sector at firstname.lastname@example.org
- the staff of the International Mobility Sector at email@example.com
- for inquires on Visiting Professors at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for use.
Extra Erasmus+ is a UniGe-funded program that offers several scholarships to spend a period of study in some non-European countries. The scholarships are disbursed "over-the-counter": on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.
To participate you must:
- be duly enrolled for the current academic year
- not be out of school
N.B.Your host university may also require certain requirements. To learn about them browse the notice.
Are you a non-EU student?
In order to apply, as a non-EU citizen, you must be legally residing in Italy, according to current immigration regulations (Legislative Decree 286/98 and ss.mm.ii.).
The period you will do abroad should be agreed upon with the mobility contact person and indicated in the study program (Annex B) of your Course.
If the host university rejects your application, you are no longer eligible for the scholarship.
Carefully read the notice, in the Important Documents section, to learn about available destinations.
Carefully read the notice to learn about related deadlines.
How to do it
What is it
Extra Erasmus+ is a UniGe funded program that offers several scholarships to spend a period of study in some non-European countries. The scholarships are provided "at the desk": according to the order of presentation until the scholarships are available.
To participate, you:
- must be regularly enrolled in the current academic year
- aren't enrolled one more year over the normal duration of the course
N.B. Even the university that hosts you may require certain requirements. Please, read the call.
Are you an extra EU student?
If you are a Non-EU citizen you must have a valid Italian residence permit according to the current Immigration Law (as per legislative decree n. 286/98 and subsequent amendments).
The period you will spend abroad has to be agreed with the mobility representative indicated in the study program (annex B) of your Course.
If the host university rejects your application, you are no longer entitled to get the scholarship.
Please read carefully the call, in the Important Documents section, to know the available destinations.
Read the call carefully to learn about related deadlines.
How to participate?
How to enroll
The scholarship (Table 1) is calculated based on:
- to the ISEE-U you submitted for university enrollment
- to the geographical band in which you will be doing the Erasmus+ Extra
Reimbursement for travel expenses is paid upon presentation of documentation showing the actual expenses incurred up to the maximum amount indicated in the Table 2 for each destination location.
The scholarship (table 1) is calculated on the basis of the following:
- the ISEE-U that you have submitted for university enrolment
- the geographical area in which you will carry out the Erasmus+ Extra
Reimbursement for travel expenses will be made upon presentation of documentation proving the expenses actually incurred up to the maximum amount indicated in table 2 for each destination location.
For more information regarding the study program and partner universities you can contact the mobility contact person listed in the notice.
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Mart from 9.00 to 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
To learn more
For further information about the study program and the partner universities, please contact the mobility teacher listed in the call.
Mon, Wed, Thu and Fri from 9 am to noon
Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am and from 2.30 pm to 4 pm