Exchange students and Erasmus mobility
With over 1,000 Erasmus+ agreements with Programme and Partner Countries, as well as more than 600 cooperation agreements with 177 universities across the world, the University or Turin strongly encourages and supports students’ mobility across countries and disciplines.
The Erasmus+ exchange programme allows students currently studying at a European university to spend part of their study period in a partner university.
International exchanges are open to students currently studying at institutions outside Europe. See the full list of all available agreements.
Discover all the advantages of choosing Turin for your exchange programme:
Erasmus online Learning Agreement: at the moment our system is not fully connected to the EWP network. During this phase, incoming students must send their Learning Agreement by email to each relevant Professor or office for approval (read dedicated section below).
To be able to spend an exchange mobility period at the University of Turin (as an Erasmus+ or International exchange student) your home university must have an active bilateral agreement with Unito in the subject area of your studies. Your home university must also nominate you officially for an exchange place under the terms of this agreement (e.g.: total number of students, months of mobility, study level, etc…). Instructions will be provided via email to all partners.
Nomination period for partner University (not students) are:
- Winter semester/full year: mid-February - 15th June each year
- Spring semester: mid-February 2023 - 15th November each year.
The online application form is now open for 2023-2024 incoming exchanges only (Erasmus+ study and traineeship; global exchanges).
- Deadline first semester or full year: 10th July 2023
- Deadline second semester: 30th November 2023
- Help for technical difficulties in registering with the portal (step 1 and 2 of instructions): please do not register multiple times. If you forget your account, contact the relevant support
- Help for technical difficulties with the exchange application form (step 3 of instruction): contact [email protected].
Only applications from officially nominated students in the frame of current existing agreements will be accepted. You will receive an e-mail of confirmation of acceptance once the application is reviewed. We kindly ask you to be patient on this regard, as it may require several days to check all applications.
Double degree students: please contact the international services at your UniTo department for instructions (see Handbook for incoming students for contact details).
Italian is the main language of instruction of most courses. There is also a large range of courses taught in English or in some other modern languages.
All information about the scheduling, content, language of instruction, credits, online registration, and teaching method of each course is available on individual Departments, Schools and Degree Programs’ webpages:
The Learning Agreement – Study Plan is the document listing all the courses you wish to attend and sit exams for during your mobility period. This document has to be approved and signed by your home University and your relevant Exchange Coordinator or office at UniTo. Make sure to contact the relevant person before arriving, especially in case of particular study projects, such as internships or thesis research.
The deadline to have your Learning Agreement – Study Plan signed depends from your home university schedule. However, both institutions must approve any changes well before the start of the exam sessions at UniTo.
Erasmus+ Online Learning Agreement (OLA): at the moment our system is not fully connected to the EWP network. During this phase, incoming students must send their Learning Agreement by email to each relevant Professor or office for approval.
Learning Agreement sent via EWP OLA will not be processed.
A learning agreement is mandatory only for Erasmus students. International exchange students are highly recommended to compile one.
Students assigned to the following Departments must send their Learning Agreement only to the following email addresses:
- School of Management:
- Department of Psychology and Sport: Prof. Rabaglietti ([email protected])
- Department of Law:
All other students can find contact details below:
- Erasmus students: Erasmus agreements and coordinators 2022-2023 (the update for the a. y. 2023-2024 is in progress).
In order to take exams and register results it is compulsory to complete and submit an online courses plan (piano carriera) in your MyUniTo personal page. In your Piano Carriera you will need to include all the courses listed in your Learning Agreement – Study Plan.
You do not need to include the Italian language course in the carrier plan. It will be included in your Transcript of records by the International Mobility Office.
The online courses plan (piano carriera) procedure is different from the registration to courses on campusnet/moodle. The piano carriera is the only way to register for exams and record your grades and it is always compulsory, while the registration on campusnet/moodle gives you access to course material provided by the Professor in charge of the course and may be optional. Please read the course webpage carefully for instructions.
General courses calendar:
- 1st semester: Mid September - Mid December
- 2nd semester: End February - End May
Exam sessions are called “Appelli”. To sit an exam you must register online choosing from a range of dates available in each exam session (usually three). For further information, please read:
General exams calendar:
- first semester: January –February
- second semester: June –July; September
The final transcript of records includes the timeframe of your exchange period, results of your exams and an explanation about credit transfer. Your transcript will be issued once all the results of the exams you took are registered on your online career plan.This document is sent by email only to the relevant office at your home university.
Semester-long language courses
Each semester the University of Turin organises free beginner, intermediate, and advanced Italian language course for Erasmus, international exchange, and double degree students. The courses consist of a 40-hour programme and of 5 ECTS credit value. You can only attend one Italian language course throughout the year.
To register contact the teacher in charge of the course at the e-mail address listed in the calendar below:
For further opportunities to learn Italian visit the Italian language courses web page.
Each semester incoming students are welcome to take part to the general orientation meetings to acquire useful information about the University services, student life and living in Turin.
It is also a great way to meet other international students and the Buddy Team of UniTo.
The second semester orientation meeting takes place on 1st March 2024. Further details will be provided via email.
The Erasmus+ Traineeship programme enables students currently enrolled in higher education institutions or recent graduates to carry out a traineeship period abroad (from a minimum of 2 months to a maximum of 12 months) in one of the Erasmus programme countries.
How to apply for a Erasmus+ placement in UniTo
- First of all, you need to be selected by your sending higher education institution for an Erasmus+ Traineeship.
- Arrange traineeship activities together with the Erasmus+ coordinator or another relevant Professor at each UniTo department. Please contact the International Services at your department of choice to receive information on availability of places (see Handbook for incoming students for contact details).
- Once your LAT is approved and signed by all parties you will be contacted with instructions on how to apply online.
If you wish to carry out a traineeship as part of your Erasmus+ for Studies placement, you will need to apply as a regular Erasmus+ for study exchange student.
Through the Buddy project “Do you need suppor-TO?” incoming international students get in touch with UniTO students. Our Buddies will help you find your way in the University of Turin’s community. They will help you with the arrival procedures, learn more about your prospective courses and adapt to the new context. You will be contacted by email from one of our Buddies before or soon after your arrival.
For further details: Buddy project
The University of Turin ensures that the necessary facilities and services are in place for students with disabilities so that you will be able to participate fully in both the academic and social life at UniTO.