Erasmus+ and other programmes


The EU programme Erasmus+ allows you to study or work on your thesis at a university with which Politecnico di Milano has an exchange agreement for a maximum of 12 months.

To participate in the Erasmus programme and carry out a mobility abroad for study/thesis, you must take part in the Call for International Mobility, which is published twice every year, and be selected. The selection is based on merit requirements, in particular the grades and credits obtained during your university career and on specific conditions linked to the particular exchange agreement.Once selected, you will be able to leave and start your mobility at the host institution. There you will have the possibility to attend courses and take exams, with the guarantee of obtaining the full recognition of the credits obtained abroad in your academic career.

Politecnico di Milano has more than 400 Erasmus+ agreements: the list of partner universities for your specific study programme is available in the Map of Partner Universities.

World Wide Exchange Programmes (Bilateral Agreements)

Politecnico di Milano has agreements with a lot of non-EU universities that allow students to spend a study period abroad outside the European Union. 

A mobility in a non-European country offers you not only an opportunity to study at a prestigious university, but also an extraordinary life experience.

Participation in an exchange program guarantees you full recognition in your career of the credits (ECTS) obtained abroad.


The International Mobility Unit publishes the Call for International Mobility twice a year, once in November and then in April.

FIRST CALL 2023/2024 (closed)

The first Call for International Mobility 2023/2024 is closed. For more information on this call, read the document relating to your School:

Second Call 2023/2024 (closed)

The second Call for International Mobility 2023/2024 is closedFor more information on this call, read the document relating to your School:

Read the FAQ for more info about the Call.

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @polimi_exchange and listen to our Podcast Polimi Explorers! To discover more on the exchange destinations consult the Exchange Your Mind webpage.

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