The Erasmus+ Program is an EU funded mobility program allowing you to spend between three and twelve months at a European or non-European university. You can attend courses, sit exams and earn credits for your studies. You will receive a grant from the Erasmus+ Program to help you cover your costs. As an Erasmus+ student, not only will you earn credits for your learning activities, but you will also be exempted from paying tuition fees at your host university (but not at your home university) and you will have access to all the services the host university offers its own students.

Download here Erasmus+ 2024/25 table of agreements and contacts

Blended Intensive Programs (BIP) are intensive transnational study programs of short duration, characterized by an activity that must be carried out both in presence (from a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 10 days) and online. These are training activities that provide students with university credits (minimum 3 CFU) and must be carried out in collaboration with at least two other higher education institutions that hold an ECHE - Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, plus any non-European partners.

Erasmus BIP website

Erasmus Teaching Staff is aimed at carrying out teaching activities (lectures, seminars, etc.) at Higher Education Institutions, located in one of the countries participating in the Erasmus + program, with which the University of Udine has signed a bilateral mobility agreement.

Erasmus Teaching Staff website

The program allows for a period of training abroad (excluding conferences) and/or periods of observation in a work situation (job shadowing) at a Higher Education Institute, an Erasmus+ partner of UNIUD or at organizations of interest to the University.

Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Training website

Erasmus+ Mobility for traineeships is the EU-promoted student mobility program which gives students a chance to broaden their vocational and training curriculum by working abroad in any public sector company or a private commercial enterprise located in European countries that have joined the Erasmus+ Program. The Erasmus+ Mobility for traineeships Call for applications is published every year by the University of Udine.

Traineeship programme website

It is a European Network that allows you to find the perfect internship or project, preparing you for going abroad and getting the most out of your international experience.

Praxis Project website