The Erasmus+ Study programme allows enrolled students who are registered in a higher education institution to undertake a learning experience in another country. In the framework of the Erasmus + programme you can spend between 3 months (minimum duration) and a full Academic year abroad for study. The mobility is carried out within the framework of prior “inter-institutional agreements” between the sending and the receiving institution, both of which must be holders of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. The same student may participate in more than one mobility periods up to a maximum of 12 months for each cycle of study, regardless of the number and type of mobility activities.
Incoming exchange students may consult the ECTS Catalogue, which contains all useful information on the course catalogue, admission procedures, as well as cost of living and accommodation.

Erasmus agreements of the Department of Physics and Geology in the following fields (ISCED code)

•    441 : Physics
•    443 : Earth Science
•    4434 : Geology
•    4439 : Others - Geography, Geology
•    521 : Mechanics and metal work


• Dr Sabrina Nazzareni (Department Erasmus Coordinator)
phone [+39] 075.585.2616 ; e-mail: sabrina.nazzareniat
• Prof Simonetta Cirilli (Department Internationalization Coordinator)
phone [+39] 075.585.2631 ; e-mail: simonetta.cirilliat
• Dr Cristina Pauselli (Member of the Erasmus Departmental Commission)
phone [+39] 075.585.2638 ; e-mail: cristina.pauselliat
• Prof. Andrea Orecchini (Member of the Erasmus Departmental Commission)
phone [+39] 075.585.2706; e-mail: andrea.orecchiniat