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Current ER+ICM grantees
During the 2020 Spring Term, all UniTrento courses were offered online. International students are gradually returning home, after having carried out their activity remotely in Trento.
Please note that, in case it will not be possible to return to their home institutions, students will be granted an extension of their mobility according to the principle of “force majeur”.
In case of exeptional expenses due to interruption for “force majeur”, they may be reimbursed, if no other refund has been applied yet. Reimbursement will depend on reasonableness of the costs and available resources. Therefore, it is requested that each student in this situation submit proof of:
- all travel expenses (airplane tickets, trains, etc.), housing rental deposits and/or travel tickets purchased and then not used due to trip cancellation.
- official reimbursement requests sent to travel companies which have been rejected (i.e. the company refuses to reimburse you).
Please contact the reference Mobility Office for further information.
In the light of the current situation, for a full study abroad experience we invite students to postpone their Fall semester mobility to UniTrento to the Spring semester starting from February 2021.
Whether this would not be possible, please keep in mind that the majority of courses at UniTrento will be offered online or in a blended modality. Please check the specific department’s guidelines beforehand.
It remains to be seen whether certain national and international travel restrictions will still apply at the end of the Summer as a consequence of the ongoing COVID-19 emergency. Please keep checking our page for international students. For the mobility to be funded, the mobility needs to be planned with a period of activities in Trento for at least 3 months; with the rest of the mobility to be carried online. The grant will be paid only for the period in presence.
Please use the online application form for all nominations.
In any case, we recommend a thorough evaluation of the situation both at the international level and in the host country before planning your mobility.
Starting from the Fall Semester 2020, Staff mobility may be carried out either entirely in presence, entirely online or in a blended modality. Please contact the International Relations Division for further information.
As the project was supposed to end in July 2020, a 1-year extension has been submitted to the European Commission and the new deadline will be July 31st 2021.
ICM 2020 NEW
Within the ER+ ICM 2020 project, 10 out of the 12 submitted have been selected for full or reduced financing: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, South Africa, Tunisia, Japan, Russian Federation, Bangladesh, India and Viet Nam. Only Brazil and Paraguay, despite the very good evaluation, have been rejected due to geographical balance but will anyway be included in the grant agreement for a "zero grant" cooperation.
We sincerely thank all our partners for their partnership and we are looking forward to starting this new collaboration.