Erasmus+ incoming students for traineeship

The Erasmus+ Traineeship programme allows enroled students in a higher education institution to undertake a professional experience in another country. In the framework of the Erasmus + programme,  you can spend a minimum of 2 months to a full academic year abroad for traineeship activities.
The mobility is carried out between a  sending and a receiving institution, both of which must hold the ECHE – Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. The same student can participate in more than one selection for Traineeship mobility periods up to a maximum of 12 months for each cycle of study, regardless of the number and type of mobility activities.


  1. If you are an Erasmus+ selected student for a Traineeship mobility at Unime, your home University is due to send a formal nomination at or at .
  2. If you would like to carry out a traineeship outside the framework of the Erasmus+ programme or any exchange mobility programme in force between your home Institution and Unime (free mover) you should send an e-mail to indicating the field of study, the content and the duration of the proposed mobility.

In either case you will receive all the information and documents to produce in order to be accepted (Application Form, Traineeship Agreement  and others). You must send them back filled in and signed and stamped by your University’s responsible person.
The Unime mobility Coordinator will evaluate your Traineeship Agreement and sign it if approved, then we will send you back by mail the document and an official acceptance message.



Applications for traineeships in the I semester or the full academic year can be submitted:

from September, 15th to October 30th

Applications for traineeships in the II semester can be submitted:

from January, 15th to March 30th.

Please note that traineeship nominations/proposals for the summer period (August – September) won’t be kept in consideration.



Although Unime offers an Italian language course at the beginning of each semester, it is highly recommended that incoming students possess at least an intermediate knowledge of  Italian before coming to our University. Traineeship can be carried out in English upon Unime supervisor availability.

For any further question about your Erasmus+ traineeship at Unime, please send an e-mail to