1 Erasmus+ mobility for studies 17/18 Info Meeting Call available in English: January 18th
2 Purposes The Erasmus + Mobility for Studies programme enables students to spend a period of continuous study at a partner University based in one of the following Programme Countries: The other 27 EU Member States The three countries of the EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Non-EU Countries: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Moldova, Serbia, South Africa and the Ukraine Switzerland Without paying additional fees and gaining economical contribution
3 Activities to be carried out abroad The possible activities abroad, that have to be approved by the Council of the Degree Programme, are: Learning activities (course units) and relative tests (exams); Preparation of the dissertation; Curricular Internship (if provided by your course); Attendance (only for learning activities not yet attended at UNIBO)
4 Mobility to Switzerland Switzerland currently does not participate in the Erasmus+ Programme under the same conditions as Programme and Partner Countries. Although the Swiss Federal Council has devised the Swiss European Mobility Programme (SEMP) as a transitional solution. As there is no EU funding for mobility from and to Switzerland this solution enables Swiss Universities to finance the mobility of all incoming and outgoing students. Students who apply for exchanges with Swiss Universities are subject to all of the requirements specified in the call for applications.
5 Types of contribution Contribution from the EU, from a minimum of 230 to a maximum of 280 per month; Integration of University of Bologna and MIUR, based on the available funds; Additional contribution for students assisted by ER.GO. For furher information, please contact directly ER.GO: Special contributions for students with disability and students with disadvataged socio-economic status, that the EU may provide. Further information will be published on the web site:
6 Financial contribution The EU contribution covers the majority of the expenses associated with living abroad. Contributions are assigned for exchange periods of at least 3 months (90 days) and up to 12 months between June 1st 2017 and September 30th 2018 for Erasmus+ EU and Swiss and between June 1st 2017 and July 30th The exchange period must be continuous, without interruption. The amount is calculated according to the destination country, the actual number of days spent at the partner University and it will be released only after the recognition of at least one learning activity by the Council of Degree Programme (study, internship, preparation of the thesis, regardless the amount of credits achieved). If no study activity carried out abroad is recognised by the Home University, or completed with satisfactory results, the student will have to return the full amount of the contribution received.
7 Financial contribution Mobility to Programme Countries (EU Countries) Group 1 (high cost of living): Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden and the UK per month; Group 2 (medium cost of living): Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey per month; Group 3 (low cost of living): Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Republic of Macedonia per month. Mobility to Partner Countries (non-eu countries) 1. contribution for living costs: 650 per month; 2. contribution for travel expenses based on the distance in kilometres between Bologna and the central campus of the eligible University Mobility to Switzerland Amounts are yet unknown. In 2016/17 a.y. grants ranged between EUR per month.
8 General requirements for eligibility 1. Students must be enrolled at UNIBO in the 2016/17 academic year; 2. Students must possess adequate language skills ; 3. Students must present a study plan to pursue at the partner institute and the related reasons 4. Students must renew their enrolment at UNIBO for the 2017/2018 academic year 5. Students enrolled in the third year of an undergraduate degree programme who expect to graduate during the 2016/2017 academic year may depart during the first year of their graduate degree programme (second cycle). These students, who apply with reserve, must be enrolled for a graduate degree programme in the 2017/18 academic year. Mobility for studies is only allowed during the second semester of the 2017/18 academic year; 6. Students in mobility may not graduate before completing the period of study abroad and obtaining recognition from their individual Degree Programme Boards for the learning activities carried out at the Institute abroad; 7. The mobility period for PhD students must be concluded within the legal duration of their PhD course.
9 Incompatibilities Students who submit an application 1.may obtain one or more Erasmus+ grants for each study cycle (three year, graduate and doctorate) covering a total period that does not exceed 12 months in each cycle. In the case of single-cycle degree programmes the maximum number of months is 24. The total period includes any earlier mobility part of the following programmes: Lifelong Learning Programme, Erasmus+, Erasmus Mundus Action 1, Erasmus Mundus Action 2. This requirement does not apply to mobility to Switzerland. 2.may not receive, in the same period in which they receive funding for the Erasmus+ project, any other types of EU grant (including scholarships for attending Joint Master Degrees - pursuant to Erasmus Mundus Action 1) or grants allocated from the UNIBO funds available for mobility periods abroad; 3.International students who have been allocated an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 scholarship and who are enrolled on courses as part of a Second cycle degree/two year Master (120 ECTS) or a PhD degree programme cannot receive both the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 scholarship and the 6 Erasmus+ grant. These students are requested to contact their own EMA2 coordinator for further clarification.
10 Language Requirements The minimum level of language skills required in order to apply for an Erasmus+ grant is set at the A2 level of the CFR (Common Frame of Reference for language knowledge). Please note that the language requirements specified by Partner Universities may be higher than the ones required for applications to be eligible. Therefore students must check the language requirements of the University where they intend to spend an Erasmus+ period. Candidates may sit the test for up to two languages and only once for each language. For countries in which two languages are indicated, candidates may choose to sit the test in either of these languages. Candidates may only enrol for tests at the UNIBO Language Centre (Bologna and Romagna offices) during the period from 10am on 10/01/2017 to 10am on 20/01/2017 via AlmaRM, the online application. The test sessions in French, English, Portuguese, Spanish and German will be held at CLA from 23/01/2017 to 10/02/ No re-sit sessions are scheduled.
11 Language Requirements Students don t need to take the language test at CLA if they Are enrolled in degree programmes entirely in English (e.g. Aerospace Engineering). These students must however submit appropriate certification (or sit the test) if they wish to apply for an exchange in which English is not the test language; Have gained an Official Certification (certificates dated before 01/01/2015 will not be considered); Have previously passed a language test for other exchange calls (Erasmus, Erasmus Placement and Overseas) in the last two academic years (15/16 and 16/17). Please note that any English language test required by your official study plan will not be accepted as a language requirement for the Erasmus+ application.
12 Choice of the destination Students may apply for a maximum of two different vacancies. The vacancies specify: 1. destinations, 2. name of the exchange coordinator, 3. exchange field of study, 4. specific language requirements (if any), 5. the list of degree programmes which provide access to the vacancy (under the heading aperto a ) The list of destinations includes vacancies which have not been confirmed yet by the partner University. This information is specified in the vacancy description published online: posto scambio non ancora confermato. Then, the exchange place is not guaranteed for students who apply for these not confirmed vacancies, even if they have been selected and have already accepted it.
13 Submitting an application Applications must be submitted online only by visiting AlmaRM ( from 10 January In order to apply, candidates must: 1. obtain the University login details (username and password) for access the AlmaRM application; 2. read the notes for filling in applications on the homepage of AlmaRM, which explain how to apply online; 3. upload to AlmaRM: 1. Self-certification of the degree certificate with list of exams, ONLY if the first- or secondcycle degree was obtained from another University. 2. A personal study plan for the mobility and a motivation letter (which will be subject to assessment by the exchange coordinator 3. Attachments considered useful for assessment purposes 4. A language certificate. The results of language assessment tests sat at the CLA will be obtained directly by the Mobility for Study Office START DATE FOR THE PRESENTATION OF APPLICATIONS: 10 January 2017 CLOSING DATE: Monday, 13 February 2017 at 1pm
14 Award Criteria 1. Evaluation of the exchange coordinator (up to a maximum of 40 points) 2. Academic progress (up to a maximum of 60 points) based on regularity of study and course credits and marks For students enrolled in their first year of a Second cycle degree/two year Master (120 ECTS) the calculation of career points comprises 6/7ths of the previous courses of study and 1/7th of individual student s current course of study. Students are required to check that the data held by the Studenti Online about their individual academic careers contains all completed and recorded learning activities, as only activities registered by Tuesday, 21 February 2017 will be used to calculate their academic progress points.
15 Acceptance of the exchange place After the publication of the ranking on Tuesday, 14 March 2017, the successful candidates must confirm acceptance of their exchange places by Monday, 20 March 2017 via AlmaRM. Even if a candidate is successful on two lists, only one exchange place can be accepted and the acceptance of one will result in automatic deletion from the other list. After the acceptance deadline, successful candidates who have not confirmed acceptance will be automatically deleted from the lists and their places made available to other students. An updated list will then be published on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 and followed by another period for the acceptance of exchange places.
16 Acceptance of the exchange place Once students have confirmed acceptance of an exchange place, they must: 1. sign an 'Individual Contract' or Mobility Agreement with UNIBO which contains mandatory clauses established by the European Commission; 2. define and obtain approval for their study plan, or Learning Agreement, from their individual Degree Programme Boards, necessary to recognise the activities completed abroad; 3. fulfill all the administrative requirements of the partner institute; 4. check the entry requirements of the host country (visa, residence permit, health insurance) by contacting the competent embassies/consulates.
17 Calendar of deadlines Tuesday, 10 January 2017 Publication of the call for applications and start of the period for submitting applications From 10 January 2017 at 10am to 20 January 2017 at 10am (subject to the availability of places) During this period students may enrol for language assessment tests using the AlmaRM online application From 23 January 2017 to 10 February 2017 During this period language assessment tests will be held at the CLA (Bologna and the Romagna offices) Monday, 13 February 2017 at 1pm Deadline for the submission of applications. Tuesday, 14 March 2017 Publication online of the ranked lists Monday, 20 March 2017 at 1pm Deadline for the acceptance of places awarded, with reference to the ranked list published on 14 March Tuesday, 21 March 2017 Publication online of updated ranked lists. Monday, 27 March 2017 at 1pm Deadline for the acceptance of places awarded, with reference to the updated ranked list published on 21 March. From Tuesday, 28 March 2017 Communication of the names of the successful candidates to the Partner Universities by the Mobility for Study Office of the International Relations Division.
18 Students International Mobility Contacts For further information about the application to the Call, you can contact the following offices: Bologna Viale Risorgimento 2 Bologna Forlì Via Fontanelle 40
19 Contacts Bologna Europe Geographical Area Sector - Mobility for Study Office Via Filippo Re, Bologna Tel: ; Fax: Cesena International Relations Office Via Montalti, 69 Palazzo Urbinati Cesena Tel: (open Monday to Friday: 12: pm Fax: Forlì International Relations Office Piazzale Solieri,1 - Padiglione Melandri Forlì Tel: /47; Fax: Rimini International Relations Office Via Cattaneo, 17 - Primo Piano Rimini Tel: /234; Fax: Ravenna Internship Orientation and International Relations Office Via Alfredo Baccarini, Ravenna Tel: /86; Fax: For further information about language requirements, please contact the helpdesk
20 F.A.Q. How many credits can I get? There is not a prearranged number of credits that you have to obtain abroad (maximum or minimum); in order to receive the economic contribution, you need to complete an educational activity, regardless of the number of credits. Are there any prearranged learning agreements /study plans? There are no ready-made study plans; it is up to each candidate student to check the courses (or laboratories, projects, seminars, etc.) on the website of the partner universities. For further information, the student should contact the professor on charge who can give useful information regarding teaching activities at partner Universities. Is the interview with the professor on charge mandatory? Sometimes it is mandatory to have an interview with him; however, it is recommended to meet him anyway.
21 F.A.Q. When I come back to the University of Bologna, will the exams I passed abroad be recognized at home? Before leaving, students have to obtain the approval of their learning agreements by their Degree Course Board. All the activities approved in the learning agreement will be recognized at the end of the Erasmus exchange period. I have already taken the curricular language test. Do I still have to take the test? Yes, B1 and B2 curricular tests are not considered valid in order to apply for Erasmus+ programme. I m enrolled in one of Master Programme entirely taught in English (annex 1 of the Call), do I have to take the test? In this case, you have to take the test if you wish to apply for an exchange in which English is not the test language.
22 F.A.Q. What is the language assessment test? The test is taken at the computer and consists of three parts: grammar and vocabulary, reading comprehension and listening comprehension. The test has a minimum duration of 1 hour and a maximum of 2 hours. How can I register for the Erasmus+ language test? You can sign up for the test on AlmaRM during the registration opening period (between Jan 10th and Jan 20th), before the test session. How can I obtain the language certificate Erasmus+ Study at the end of the test at CLA? After the test, the student will be able to print the certificate attesting his level from Studenti Online.
23 F.A.Q. What are the language requirements to apply for the erasmus+ call for application? Candidates need to meet the minimum language requirements of the language of instruction of the hosting university: the minimum score is A2, unless it is specified differently in the mobility offer of the call for application. Please take into account that the hosting university may set stricter language requirements (students have to verify on the hosting university webpage). The language requirement foreseen by the erasmus+ call for application is sufficient to be admitted to the hosting university? No, the hosting university may set stricter language requirements: students have to verify on the partner university web page or by contacting the erasmus office of the hosting university. The certificate should be submitted directly to the hosting university according to their deadlines (deadlines may vary according to each university but is usually subsequent to the call for application results). If there are two languages of instruction at one institution, is it necessary to meet the language requirements for both languages? Generally it is sufficient to meet the language requirements of one language unless it is specified differently.
24 F.A.Q. Where, how and when does the language test take place? The language test takes place at the computer lab of CLA, it evaluates oral and written text comprehension skills, and writing skills. Students can take the test only one time for each call for application (exceptions are listed in the call for application) and for maximum two languages. Is there the possibility to hold a practice exam? A practice test will be available on the CLA web site when they publish the test dates. The language test foreseen by my study plan is valid to apply at the erasmus call for application? No, it isn't. I am a student at the Bologna campus, may I hold the language test at another campus of the University of Bologna? Yes, you can. Who is exempt from the language test at CLA? The exemptions and the language certificates which are accepted in place of the CLA test are listed in the call for application.
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