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Opportunities  

The University of Milan endeavours to give a greater international dimension to its academic programmes by inviting foreign professors with the aim of delivering courses of lectures. Cultural diversity and different teaching methods constitute an important added value for the development of students’ skills and abilities, while also contributing towards their human and professional growth.

Students Mobility Incoming
Students mobility is an essential part of the Erasmus+ Programme. Erasmus+ is the EU programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. The Erasmus+ Programme consists of different action and activities, including “Erasmus- Key Action 1 - Mobility of individuals”, which gives students the opportunity to undertake a learning and/or professional experience in another country. This period of study will be fully recognised as part of the student’s academic achievements.
 
Students Mobility Outgoing
The University of Milan supports the international mobility of its students, by offering them the possibility to spend study and training periods abroad. Besides participating in the European programme Erasmus+, which allows students to attend Bachelor's and Master's courses in one of the 300 partner universities, the University also offers Doctoral courses in partnership with foreign institutions and periods of study and training promoted by other national, EU and international educational organisations.

Researchers Mobility
The University of Milan is part of the EURAXESS network, that includes 200 Service Centres in 35 European countries, and is one of the 6 EURAXESS Italy Service Local Contact Points. EURAXESS – Researchers in Motion, is a unique initiative, launched by the European Commission to promote research careers and facilitate the mobility of researchers across Europe. Reseachers who intend to work in an european country, or to get in touch with their collegues throughout Europe, can count on the EURAXES databases to share information and best practices.

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