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ERASMUS aims to strengthen quality and increase the European dimension of higher education, stimulating transnational cooperation among universities, increasing mobility, improving transparency and full academic recognition of studies and qualifications within the European Union .
ERASMUS assigns mobility grants to students and teachers, but also aims to help students and teachers, who do not participate directly in exchanges, to deepen the European dimension of studies.

AAE students can participate to ERASMUS programme according to rules settled by Enzo Ferrari Engineering Department of Unimore, AAE headquarter.
ERASMUS call is published each year in Unimore calls webiste.

Currently, the Enzo Ferrari Engineering Faculty in Modena has 30 bilateral agreements, in particular with universities from the following countries: Spain, Germany, Denmark, France, Hungary, Holland, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom. In recent years, the number of students who participated in the call for tenders has been around thirty units and the trend is growing.

Most of them participate in the ERASMUS program to take courses at foreign universities, but some also to carry out their thesis project. The average length of stay is approximately six months. The degree of student satisfaction, upon returning from this experience, is extremely positive.
The ERASMUS student has the opportunity to acquire specific skills and a better understanding of the socio-economic culture of the host country, with the support of preparation or refresher courses in the language of the host country (or in the working language).
Within the Lifelong Learning Program (LLP), the ERASMUS Placement Program was activated in the last three years, aimed at promoting internships in companies or training and research centers in one of the European countries participating in the Program, with the ultimate goal to promote the mobility of young workers throughout Europe.

Delegate for International Relations and Erasmus Office is Prof. Isabella Lancellotti (erasmus@unimore.it).

 

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