- Erasmus+ Traineeship Calls
- Bilateral Agreements for Student Mobility
- International Credit Mobility - Erasmus+ Programme
- Thesis Abroad Calls
- Studying Abroad
- Study at Sapienza
- International Post-degree Scholarship
- Other Opportunities
This section describes the principle opportunities available to students in order to broaden their knowledge and skills through periods of education and training abroad.
For more information, visit the web pages in the International section of the University website.
Erasmus + is the new mobility programme promoted by the EU, which has been in force since 1 January 2014, which integrates the 7 previous programmes: Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig), Youth in Action, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink, ICI.
With Erasmus +, students can spend a period of time studying abroad, attending courses and taking exams, or preparing their final exam. The study period lasts from 3 to 12 months at a European University or which is part of the Programme and participants, at the end of their course, can validate the didactic activities carried out.
To get an idea, students can consult some of the learning agreements that have already been approved, bearing in mind, however, that these are just some examples and that it is possible to choose and arrange other learning agreements with the RAM.
Furthermore, the Degree Course Council for Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology has adopted criteria relating to student mobility and the official validation of study periods abroad which can be consulted on the dedicated page in the Navigation menu.
How to participate
To participate in the programme, you must participate in the Erasmus + call for study (Pharmacy and Biotechnology Area) issued annually by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine.
Within the announcement, in addition to the procedures regarding how to participate and the relative deadline, you can also find information on the possible destinations, including the number of places provided and the names of the teachers promoting the agreements.
Go to the Erasmus+ call on the University website.
Erasmus office (Pharmaceutical area)
RAM (Academic Manager for Mobility) of the degree course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology : prof. Pietro Matricardi
RAEF (Erasmus Administrative Manager of the Faculty): Ms Sabina Imbimbo
The RAM establishes learning agreements with Erasmus + students before they leave. After the conclusion of their study period, internship or research abroad and after verification of the transcript of records received from the foreign university, the RAM validates the ECTS credits acquired.
The Erasmus Administrative Manager of the Faculty (RAEF) can provide applicants with information regarding administrative procedures together with the more general aspects of the Erasmus Call.
For more information you can consult the Erasmus + page on the University website.
Every year, Sapienza offers its students of three-year and masters degree courses and doctorates (provided they have no existing scholarship) the opportunity to spend a period of study, to take exams or do a research dissertation in one of over 140 non-EU institutions with which there are bilateral agreements in force with the University (also called additional protocols). The calls can be consulted on the faculty website.
Go to the Calls page on the faculty website.
For further details, also consult the university website. Go to the Scholarship Bilateral Agreements page on the University website.
The Erasmus + International Credit Mobility programme (ICM) is a project promoted and funded by the European Union, which provides students with the possibility to study in non-EU destinations. The programme is open to students of all faculties. Go to the non EU mobility page on the university website.
The scholarships for theses abroad are for students regularly enrolled, as regards the single-cycle master's degree courses, in the penultimate or last year of the course, who wish to carry out part of their work to prepare the thesis abroad at institutions, foreign or community companies, or at supra-national or international institutions of adequate scientific and cultural level.
The thesis work abroad must take place for a period of at least two continuous months.
The scholarship is awarded each year on the basis of a competition announcement issued by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine.
Go to the calls page on the faculty website.
The call, based on qualifications and exams, is for new graduates and foresees scholarships for the attendance of courses or specialization activities at foreign and international university-level institutions.
Go to the International Post-degree Scholarship page for further training courses abroad on the university website.
Unipharma-Graduate Scholarships (Erasmus +)
The Unipharma-Graduate Consortium, coordinated by Sapienza University, whose partners include the University of Roma Tre, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Alma Mater Studiorum – the University of Bologna, the University of Catania, the University of Studies of Milan-Bicocca, the University of Padua and the University of Siena, annually offers mobility scholarships for internships at European research centres in the chemical, pharmaceutical, pharmacological, biological and biotechnological fields.
For more information and to consult the call, visit the Unipharma-Graduate page (Erasmus +) on the University website.
For other opportunities, see also on the university website: