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Below the courses that have been selected by students in the last two academic years. This information is intended as a guideline and must be checked with the academic coordinator responsible of the interinstitutional agreement. Please check also the portal of the partner University where you want to make the mobility.

Click here to see the table



The next Erasmus+ KA103 student mobility call will be on March 2021.

Further information on the application procedure is available on INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 

If selected:      

- please make sure that your University has informed the International Office ( your arrival at the University of Palermo. Without the nomination you will be not accepted as an Erasmus student and you will not be entitled to request accommodation services

- complete your on-line application and submit it to the Erasmus Office by:

  • the 1st Semester: 30 June
  • the 2nd Semester: 30 November



Delegate for Georisks and Georesources: prof. SILVIO ROTOLO

Delegate for Department of Earth and Sea Sciences (DiSTeM): prof. MARCO MILAZZO



Erasmus Agreements of the Course

Please see the list of the Erasmus agreements above

Outgoing students are invited to consult the Politiche di Internazionalizzazione per la Mobilità / Internationalization Policies for Mobility ) page and the available information in the Tirocini internazionali (International Traineeships) web page.


How to apply for an Erasmus+ mobility grant

MOBILITY DURATION: minimum 3 - maximum 12 months (you can also do the stage abroad)

CALL: the next call for students’ mobility will be online on March 2021 at this web page The call will detail:

• the list of Interinstitutional Agreements with Partner Universities;

• the names of the academics responsible for the interinstitutional agreement;

• the number of grants available;

• the expected duration of the mobility;

• the language in which the assessment of linguistic competence is carried out.

The call is usually addressed to the degree course students of the 2nd year and to the master degree students of the 1st year. Thus, students of the degree course will give exams for their 3rd year and students of the master degree will give exams for their 2nd year.

CLA INTERVIEW: Only for outgoing students. Depending on the chosen destination, the University Language Center (CLA) at Unipa will verify and issue the language certification required by the chosen destination. The interview usually takes place between May and June. Students holding already a valid certification will be exempted from the interview.

RESULTS OF THE SELECTION: after having ascertained the required level of language, the final ranking will be drawn up and consequently the winners will be nominated. Once nominated, students will find information on the courses provided and the links to apply in the hosting university website.

HOW TO PREPARE THE LEARNING AGREEMENT (LA): The student, under the supervision of the degree course coordinator, and the academic responsible for the Erasmus agreement, will have to identify the semester(s) and the exams that will be taken abroad. The Learning Agreement (LA) must then be filled in (Learning agreement for study available at The LA must be signed by the student, the degree course coordinator, and the academic responsible for the Erasmus agreement.

IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE YOUR LA: During your stay abroad, changes in the LA (e.g., exams to be taken and validation of ECTS) are allowed. Any change must be recorded in the LA, and then signed and authorized by the Degree Coordinator and the academic responsible for the Erasmus agreement.

For further details on the procedure please visit the link: Promemoria dello studente Erasmus+ - mobilità per studio