Erasmus+ mobility programs

For students


International mobility for study is part of Action 1 under the Erasmus+ 2021-2027 program, which aims to support four main priorities:

  1. inclusion and diversity
  2. digital transformation
  3. environment and fighting climate change
  4. engagement in democratic life.


Students of the School of Management and Economics have the opportunity to spend a study period abroad at European and non-European universities, with wich we signed bilateral agreements.


In order to participate in these exchange programs, you have to apply in appropriate University or School Calls for Applications. The period of study abroad is recognized as an integral part of the curriculum.


You can participate in:


For professors


The European Erasmus+ program in support of education, training, youth and sport offers professors the opportunity to carry out short periods of teaching in a University abroad, with which a bilateral agreement preview a flow of teaching mobility.


Erasmus+ has introduced some important innovations regarding the Teaching Staff:

  • the minimum number of teaching hours increases from 5 to 8 hours per week (for mobilities of less than 1 week it is still necessary to carry out at least 8 hours of teaching);
  • the duration of the mobility period can be between 2 and 60 days, excluding travel days.


For more information on Teaching Staff mobilities, how to apply, and related documents, see the UniTo Intranet (access after authentication, available only in Italian).



Erasmus Teaching Staff Mobility Call 2021

The deadline for mobilities funded with CALL 2020 ends on 09/30/2022. For future mobilities (funded with CALL 2021) and until 12/31/2022, applications will be accepted according to the usual process (invitation letter and allocation of funding based on the chronological order of requests).


For mobilities planned from 2023, funding allocations will be made by a call for applications. More information about the timing of publication will be made available in the fall.