The Erasmus programme allows students to study at a foreign university for 3 to 12 months in the European Union, which is legally recognised by their university. In particular, Erasmus allows university students to study at a university with a partnership agreement with their university. This mobility can enable students to make an economic contribution (under the conditions set out in the call for international mobility) and to register free of charge at the host university. Students can take courses and exams at the partner university and have exams recognized by their universities. Mobility can be carried out once for each cycle of study. The School of Design has also activated several bilateral agreements with universities of non-community societies. These are mainly intended for the use of Laurea Magistrale students and can also be submitted by those who have already had Erasmus experience abroad during their three years of study. The procedures for admission to these exchanges are the same as for Erasmus exchanges, with the exception of the economic contribution to mobility, which is not guaranteed in this case. The bilateral agreement allows students to study abroad at a partner university without tuition fees at these universities. However, in some cases, an administrative fee must be paid for exchange students (for example. B: orientation fee). Starting in a.y.
2002/2003, the School of Design activated MEDes as a five-year programme of international training in collaboration with six other European design universities and was formalized by an agreement based since 2014 on the Erasmus mobility programme. Per fare un periodo di studi (corsi o tesi) in una université extra europea devi aver completato almeno il primo anno al Politecnico di Milano e rispondere al Bando di selezione che viene pubblicato annualmente: i criteri della selezione tengono conto soprattutto dei tu rioisultatia come la media e i CFU acquisiti nel corso dei tuoi studi. For the design school, internationalization has two meanings: support for the mobility of students (teachers and technicians) outwards and in the opposite direction that attracts students, researchers, professors and visiting professors from abroad. With regard to these two internalisation channels, the School of Design has committed in recent years to expanding its network of international contacts and is now collaborating with 200 design universities around the world under the Erasmus exchange programme, bilateral exchanges, joint workshops with other schools, international internships, etc. Una volta selezionato, la sede ospitante dove potrai seguire corsi e sostenere esami con la garanzia di ottenere al tuo rientro il pieno riconoscimento in carriera dei crediti formativivi Students can apply for autumn arrivals from April 1 to May 15 and for arrivals in the spring from October 1 to November 15. At the end of mobility and after the evaluation period, authorized staff (nominated) members may prepare an official record of the recordings.