Erasmus is promoted by the European Union and its main goal is to allow the exchange of students from the universities taking part in the Programme.
Students regularly enrolled in a bachelor degree, master degree or Doctoral course of the Department of industrial engineering may take part in Erasmus as established by inter-institutional regulations activated every academic year.
The period spent abroad can vary from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 12 months for every single cycle of studies.
While on Erasmus, students have the chance to study full time or even carry out research for their thesis. Credits are regularly acquired while abroad and then become an integral part of each student’s curricula.