Ingegneria Alimentare - Food Engineering | International
Ingegneria Alimentare - Food Engineering International
The International Relations Committee of CoDIC provides assistance to students and teachers interested in international mobility.
In particular, the International Relations Committee:
- Provides assistance to CoDIC students and faculty members willing to part in international mobility programs, in the context of Erasmus + for study and Erasmus + for traineeship;
- Provides assistance to outgoing and incoming students in drafting the Learning Agreement and the Traineeship Agreement;
- Cures the procedures related to the recognition of credits obtained abroad by outgoing students.
Bilateral programs and mobility agreements
The active bilateral agreements between the University of Salerno and other non-Italian institutions are available at the following link:
The mobility agreements, valid under the Erasmus + international mobility program, are available at the following link:
The traineeship agreements, valid under the Erasmus + international mobility program, are available at the following link:
International mobility opportunities
Students of all levels (I, II and PhD) and staff interested in mobility programs -to be carried out at institutions affiliated with CoDIC - can consult the following link (edited by the Office for International Relations of the University of Salerno), with the information on active mobility calls and the necessary documentation:
Within the Erasmus + mobility programs, each student has 12 months of mobility (study and / or traineeship) for each study cycle.
General information and FAQ
General information and FAQ on mobility programs for students are available at the following link: