What is it?
What is it?
The mobility aimed at dissertation research innon-EU countries allows for the "over-the-counter" allocation of 50 scholarships for the a.y. 2022/23.
You will be able to prepare your final exam or dissertation at university institutions, research centers, public or private organizations and highly qualified companies in non-EU countries.
N.B.For the determination of the order of arrival, reference will be made only to the date and time recorded by UniGe's system in receiving applications.
You can enroll in the program if:
- youare regularly enrolled in UniGe (enrollment in a subsequent year beyond the duration of the relevant course of study is permitted) .
- you have the language certification required by the host institution .
- you have complied with the requirements for the final examination of your course of study
- you have met all prerequisites corresponding to those required for admission to the Erasmus+ call for traineeship purposes
The scholarship for mobility for the purpose of dissertation research in non-EU countries is incompatible with other scholarships provided for coinciding periods of mobility carried out under the following programs:
- Erasmus+ program for study or traineeship .
- study courses involving a period of structured mobility abroad for the purpose of obtaining a double degree
- any other type of mobility abroad promoted by UniGe that involves the provision of a financial contribution such as the Cinda Program, extra Erasmus mobility, etc.
N.B.You cannot carry out mobility in the country of your residence during your studies.
The minimum period provided is 2 months up to a maximum of 6 months of mobility, to be carried out in FY 2022/23.
- the end date for completing the mobility is March 8, 2024
- the mobility must conclude at least 30 days before the scheduled date of the graduation session
- in the event that, after the mobility is over, you fail to graduate in a.a.2022/23, you will necessarily have to register for the following academic year
To learn more, read the full announcement.