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KA 107 - International Credit Mobility

Instructions for use.

What is

The Project KA107 allows you to earn recognized course credits abroad from your UniGe course.

The objectives of this project are:

  • promote excellence in Higher Education
  • strengthen soft skills for entry into the labor market
  • make the most of the potential of new technologies
  • facilitate social inclusion
  • raise the quality of teaching and professional skills

N.B.The project is dedicated to students, but also to doctors and staff UniGe. If you are a university student, you can do periods abroad as a student or as a student trainee.

Requirements

To participate, you must be:

  • EU or non-EU citizen
  • regularly enrolled in a.a. 2018/19 at the time of application
  • regularly enrolled in a.a. 2019/20 at the time of mobility (unless you are due to graduate by 31/03/2020)

Other requirements are given in the table in Article 3.2 of the call for participation.

You cannot participate if:

  • you are already a scholarship for Erasmus+ project
  • you are already a scholarship for another type of EU grant
  • you are doing KA107 in the same country where you have residency
  • you are doing a period abroad that exceeds 12 months

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Are you a non-EU student?

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How long

The duration varies depending on the type of mobility:

  • if you go to study: 3 to 12 months
  • if you go for the purpose oftraining: 2 to 12 months
  • if you go as a doctor or UniGe staff: 5 days to 2 months (with 8 minimum expected hours of teaching per week)

N.B.The period may also change depending on your course of study.

Deadlines

You can apply exclusively online, by submitting your application to the International Activities for Didactics Department by midday of July 25, 2019.

Thereafter you will be able to check the rankings in the dedicated page and in the News and Events section of the course.

Within 20 days of their release you will have to accept or relinquish your assigned mobility period. Remember, if you do not accept by the deadline you will be considered a dropout.

Essential information

What is it

The KA107 project allows you to obtain training credits abroad that are recognized in your country of origin.

The objectives of this project are:

  • promoting excellence in higher education
  • strengthen cross-cutting skills for job market integration
  • to improve the potential of new technologies
  • fostering social inclusion
  • to improve the quality of teaching and professional skills

N.B. The project is dedicated to students, but also to UniGe professors and staff. If you are a university student, you can do periods abroad as a student or as a trainee student.

Requirements

To participate, you must:

  • be a community citizen or a non-community citizen
  • be regularly enrolled at the academic year 2018/19 at the time of application
  • be regularly enrolled in the academic year 2019/20 at the time of mobility (unless you have to graduate by 31/03/2020)

Other requirements are given in the table in Article 3.2 of the call for proposals.

You can't participate if:

  • you are already an Erasmus+ student
  • you are already a student for another type of community contribution
  • you carry out the KA107 in the same country as your residence
  • you spend more than 12 months abroad

Are you an extra EU student?

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How long can you stay? 

The duration depends on the type of the mobility if you:

  • are going to study: from 3 to 12 months
  • are going for an internship: from 2 to 12 months
  • leave as a UniGe teacher or staff: from 5 days to 2 months (with a minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week)

N.B. The period may also change depending on your Course of study.

Deadlines

You can apply exclusively online, by sending your application to the International Activities for Teaching Sector by noon on 25 July 2019.

Than you can check the rankings on the dedicated page and in the News and events section of the course. Remember that if you do not accept within the indicated period, you will be considered a renouncer.

How to participate

To apply, you must complete and send via mail:

  • the admission application
  • the Learning Agreement
  • the self-certification of exams taken with their grades and average
  • the self-certification of your three-year degree, with the exams taken and your graduation grade (you must provide this information only if you did not graduate from UniGe)
  • a copy of your ID
  • any copy of the required linguist certification

N.B.You must provide all documentation in PDF format.

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How to apply

To apply you must fill out:

  • the admission form
  • the Learning Agreement
  • self-certification of the examinations passed with the relative votes and media
  • the self-certification of your three-year course, with the exams taken and the degree grade (you must provide this information only if you did not graduate in UniGe)
  • a copy of your identity document
  • a copy of the required language certificate

And send them via email.

N.B. You must provide all documentation in PDF format.

Financial contribution

The subsidy you will receive will be both individual and travel. The amount for individual mobility, valid for all destinations, is €700 per month. The contribution for travel, however, is variable:

  • Azerbaijan: 530€
  • Russian Federation: 360€
  • Moldavia: 275€
  • USA: 820€

N.B.You lose the right to these contributions if you do not complete at least satisfactorily any of the activities stipulated in the Learning Agreement or if you do not formalize/deliver the obligatory documents stipulated by the deadline.

Financial aid

The contribution you will receive will be both individual and for the trip. The amount for individual mobility, valid for all destinations, is 700€ per month. The contribution for the trip, however, is variable:

  • Azerbaijan: 530€
  • Russian Federation: 360€
  • Moldova: 275€
  • USA: 820€

N.B. You lose these contributions if you do not complete at least satisfactorily any activity provided for in the Learning Agreement or if you do not formalize/deliver the obligatory documents provided for within the established terms.

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International Activities Department for Teaching
Piazza della Nunziata, 6 Genoa
relint@unige.it
010 2095626

Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 9 a.m. to noon
Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For matters related to the study program/dissertation research and information regarding Partner Universities contact:

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Settore Attività Internazionali per la Didattica
(International Didactics Activities Sector)
Piazza della Nunziata, 6 Genova
relint@unige.it
010 2095626

Opening hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 am to noon
Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am and from 2.30 pm to 4 pm

For questions related to the program of study/research theses and information about the partner universities please contact: