The Erasmus+ Programme allows students of UniTrento to spend a period of study or training abroad in a partner university or another relevant organization in a country member of the Programme:
- Programme Countries (European Destinations)
- Partner Countries (International Credit Mobility in Extra-EU Countries)
For detailed information: Erasmus+ Study and Traineeship
The double degree is an integrated study programme (also called joint programme), established by two or more universities, that allows students to attend part of their university career at the University of Trento and part at a partner university, thus obtaining both the Italian and the foreign qualifications at the same time.
The Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science has established double degree programmes under the following agreements:
For detailed information: Double Degree Programme
A bilateral agreement is an agreement signed by two universities which choose to become partners to achieve common specific aims related to: student mobility, joint research activities, common activities such as the organization of seminars or conferences, etc.
Agreements allowing student mobility entail a yearly selection call for a mobility scholarship. For detailed information: Bilateral Agreements
GE4 is an international network of more than 60 universities (Trento is the only Italian university). Among its activities, the GE4 network fosters the student mobility, to provide new graduates with multicultural-team skills. The participants must be enrolled in a master's degree programme in Engineering. For detailed information: Networks
The University of Trento offers to its students a new opportunity of international mobility for thesis research/final examination abroad. For detailed information: Thesis research/final examination abroad
For further information: International opportunities