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UniTrento ICM project is also affected by the conflict in Ukraine and UniTrento and, as stated on the dedicated webpage, would like to express complete solidarity with the Ukrainian partner, the National Aerospace University "Kharkiv Aviation Institute" for the hard times they are experiencing.
UniTrento is doing everything to take care of our students affected by the war.
Within the ER+ project UniTrento, this semester is hosting 8 Ukrainian students and 1 administrative staff and has extended the mobility period and the financial support of those who couldn't go back to their country at the end of the last semester. We remain in contact with representatives at the Ukrainian partner university and offer individual assistance.
Also, the 13 Russian students who are now in Trento within the project are receiving continuous support.
Mobility 2021/2022 Spring Semester/Full academic year
In the spring semester, UniTrento welcome 65 new students ( 33BAs, 16MAs, 16PhDs) from 23 partners universities in 11 Countries
Lectures are 100% face-to-face.
Nominations for the Fall Semester 2022 and full-year students are now open and have to be submitted using our Online nomination tool by May 15th, 2022.
After Covid emergency, staff mobility in presence has now resumed and during the winter semester, we hosted professors from Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Japan, and Albania. During the spring semester, we are hosting professors from Thailand, Argentina, Algeria, and India. The mobility abroad of UniTrento's professors also resumed, in January, with a visit to the Department of Marine Technologies of the University of Haifa, and some more are planned to Israel, Thailand, Japan, and Albania.
UniTrento is glad to invite the partner universities’ staff to the International Staff Week which will be held in Trento from 13 to 17 June 2022
The six-day program includes workshops and sessions on Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility: best practices and challenges of management; dissemination activities; mobility impact and on Soft Skills and Global Competences, Competences, priorities, and novelties of new program Erasmus+ 21-27, as well as cultural and social activities. The provisional program is available in the download box or on the dedicated website.
The nomination must be sent by Partner Universities using the online nomination tool as soon as possible.
Arrivals from abroad
(NEW) Starting on May 1st, the Italian Government updated its regulations: digital passenger locator form and self-isolation are no more required to enter Italy.
Regardless of the country of entry into Italy, the traveler will be required to present to the carrier and to whoever is in charge of checking, the COVID-19 Green Certificate or other equivalent certificates which must state one of the following conditions below. For further information visit the Covid traveler's web page.
- completion of the primary vaccination series or booster dose according to the vaccination plans of the countries of release with vaccines authorized by the European Medical Agency (primary series validity 9 months and booster dose without predefined limit)
- recovery from SARS-CoV-2 infection (valid for 180 days from positive swab test)
- recovery after the administration of the first dose of vaccine or at the end of the primary vaccination series or following the administration of the relevant booster dose
- rapid antigen or molecular swab test, respectively within 48 or 72 hours before entry into Italy.
For any further information about traveling to Italy please also fill in the online travel information questionnaire for travel to and from Italy created by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs based on current legislation.
Transportation in Italy After Arrival
- Starting on 1 May 2022 throughout Italy the Green Pass system will no longer be in use
- Until 15 June 2022, FFP2 face masks are mandatory during the entire trip on all types of local and long-distance public transportation (planes, trains, buses, trams, metro, etc).
During your stay in Trento
Starting on 1 May 2022, throughout Italy the Green Pass system will no longer be in use. Please remember that face masks are mandatory to access all University buildings and must be worn at all times.
More information about measures in Place throughout Italy and in the Province of Trentino is available at the Unitrento dedicated web page Covid Emergency webpage.
ER+ICM grantees' social events
UniTrento ICM Network
We kindly invite UniTrento ICM grantees and administrative and academic referent persons and staff to join our new LinkedIn group UNITRENTO ER+ ICM NETWORK to share opportunities and to stay up-to-day about current initiatives.
"Instruction for use" Trento city tour for ER+ ICM Students
On Saturday 19th of March 2022, incoming students took part in the informal guided tour "Instruction for use" of the City of Trento having the opportunity to discover the beauty of the city and also to get some friendly pieces of advice about the best place to shop, hang out and enjoy student life. It was also a great opportunity to meet other students and strengthen the ICM Network. Please find some pictures of the event in the gallery.
Erasmus+ GREEN: Rovereto Museum visit
UniTrento is promoting a series of activities addressed to international incoming students in order to raise awareness among participants on the importance of adopting sustainable behaviours to reduce the impact on the host city. It is within this framework that UniTrento has organized, also in this second semester, a field trip on Saturday 2nd of April to the Civic Museum of Rovereto, with a guided visit to the section of the Museum dedicated to climate change and the laboratory “Your dinner matters!” in which we learned, through practical activity, how the food we eat influences the environment. Please find some pictures of the event in the gallery.
A new "Green event" is planned for June, stay tuned.
About the project
A new proposal has been submitted in February 2022. It includes 5 Geographical Areas, 8 Countries, and 20 Partner Universities. A special thank you to all partners for their collaboration. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
We are pleased to announce that the project is catching on and the grantees have started to carry out mobility, although given the pandemic we still have many grants available. We are confident that the full cooperation of our partners for the next calls will allow us to increase the number of mobility for next year.
All grants for student mobility have been assigned, all mobility will end by July 31st. Nominations are still possible for Staff mobility.