Thanks to funding from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), Sapienza offers bachelor`s, master`s and doctoral students (who do not have a scholarship) the opportunity to spend a stay abroad, either to take exams or to work on their end-of-studies work, in one of the more than 200 non-European universities that have concluded bilateral agreements with the University of Sapienza. For any other questions regarding the academic aspects of their mobility phase, students should contact the contract coordinators or the International Office (ARI) for information on scholarships and other questions. Bilateral mobility agreements between sapienza University and other universities offer reciprocal benefits to both outgoing and participating students, as they do not have to pay additional tuition fees. Contract students usually continue to pay tuition fees at Sapienza, NOT at the host university. (However, in some cases, a deposit fee may be incurred.) To complete your learning agreement (exams or end-of-studies work), please contact the contract coordinator to prepare your study abroad programme and get advice on the activities you can visit at the host school. A full list of mobility agreement coordinators can be found in the download area on the right. • Erasmus University Code (z.B. E MADRID03, TR ISTANBU07, etc.) • First name• First name• Gender• Valid e-mail address• Erasmus Subject Area Code (z.B 340, 46, etc.) • Host faculty at the University of Sapienza (addresses) • Duration of stay (1st semester, 2nd semester) Semester, full academic year)• Duration of stay (in months) The list of nominated students must be officially sent by e-mail to the International Programme Office, spi@uniroma1.it students can only receive a scholarship once for each cycle. The scholarship cannot be combined with other scholarships.

Registration usually consists of the online creation of a form of application (a second form of application is required if the host university provides accommodation for Erasmus students). Further information is available on the faculty`s Erasmus website at «Partner Universities». . . .