The mobilities for studies within the EU programme Erasmus+ allows you, after having completed at least their first year of studies, to study or work on your thesis at a university with which Politecnico di Milano has an exchange agreement. At the end of your mobility period, the positive results you have obtained abroad will be recognized as an integral part of your course of study.
An Erasmus mobility can be carried out in a European Country participating in the programme (Key Action 103) or in a non-European Partner Country (Key Action 107).
Politecnico di Milano has Erasmus+ agreements with more than 400 universities: the list of partner universities for your specific course of study is available in the Map of Partner Universities.
To participate in the Erasmus programme and carry out a mobility abroad, you must take part in the Call for International Mobility which is published every year (in mid-November) and be selected. The selection takes place on the basis of merit requirements, in particular the grades and credits obtained during your university career.
Once selected, you will be able to leave and start your mobility at the host institution where you will have the possibility to follow courses and take exams, with the guarantee of obtaining the full recognition in your career of the credits obtained abroad.


  1. Carefully read the Call for international mobility.
  2. Consult the Map of partner universities and mobility agreements and look for the recommended. partner institutions for your Degree Course: on the web pages of the universities of your interest check the available academic offer and any minimum requirement you need to meet to carry out the exchange.
  3. Select your Study Program in the Degree Programme web page and check in the Education Regulations (in particular of section 12 “Internationalization”) if there are any constraints or minimum requirements that you must satisfy to access international exchange programmes. 
  4. Fill out the application form on the Online Services within the deadline indicated in the Call.
  5. The selections follow the calendar published in the Call.

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Professors who wish to promote Erasmus activities or to obtain information on existing agreements should contact: