Courses attended in European or Non-European Universities, with whom the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering has established partnerships, projects and/or agreements, are recognized as indicated in the bilateral agreements.

Having been authorized by the Board of the Degree Programme, students can undertake a study period abroad within the LLP Erasmus projects.

In compliance with the didactic regulation of the University regarding studies, exams and academic qualifications obtained abroad, the Degree Programme analyses the program each time to award credits in the various scientific disciplinary sectors.

Further information is available at the following website

Erasmus contacts

Erasmus Civil and Industrial Engineering Office

Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Rome 

Opening Hours

Monday: 10:00am-12:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am -12:00pm

Telephone: (+39) 06 44585713

fax: (+39) 06 44585713

 Clara D'Eletto

Faculty’s Erasmus Management Contact (RAEF)

Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Rome

email: sends e-mail)

telephone: (+39) 06 44585713

Professor Enrico Sciubba

Erasmus Scientific Contact

Via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Roma – Mechanics and e Aeronautics Department

email: sends e-mail)

Study Programme Contact

Agostina Chiavola

Erasmus Office

The Erasmus+ project allows you to carry out a period of study abroad, an unmissable experience for your training. Discover the Erasmus+ study destinations included in your course

Go to the Erasmus+ call on the university website

The Erasmus + Traineeship project allows you to do an internship abroad.

Check out the details on the university website



Every year Sapienza offers its undergraduate, master's and doctorate students (as long as they do not have a scholarship) the opportunity to spend a period of study, to take exams or do thesis research in one of the over 140 non-EU institutions with which they have bilateral agreements in force, also known as additional protocols.

The Erasmus + International Credit Mobility (ICM) program is a project promoted and financed by the European Union, which allows students to live study experiences towards non-EU destinations. The program is open to students of all faculties. Go to the page on the university website

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Sapienza offers many opportunities to study and work abroad. Go to the page

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The call for applications, based on qualifications and exams, is reserved for recent graduates and provides for the awarding of scholarships for attending courses or advanced activities at foreign and international institutions at university level. Go to the page on the university website