Erasmus is an international mobility program in higher education promoted by the European Union.
Officially known as Erasmus+, the program allows university students to study or undertake internships in a participating foreign country, aiming to foster cooperation and intercultural understanding among European institutions and students.
The Erasmus+ Call for Study promotes student mobility for both academic and laboratory activities (exams) and research activities aimed at master's thesis and doctoral research.
The call occurs once a year for mobility in the following academic year and allows students from undergraduate and graduate programs, both inbound and outbound, to participate.
In the case of remaining grants not awarded during the annual call, the University may coordinate an additional call for residual grants, with limitations on the periods and locations of mobility.