Matematica | International
|This page contains:|
|1. Information for outgoing students|
|2. Information for incoming students|
|3. Foreign partners|
|"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."|
During the mobility student live a far-reaching international experience, they meet new friends, break prejudices, enrich their curriculum, obtain a scholarship and facilitate their entry into the world of work.
Information for outgoing students
Erasmus+ International Mobility for Study:
Within the Erasmus Program it is possible to study abroad for a period of a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 12. Upon return, the exams passed during the mobility will be recognized as a part of the individual study programme. For further information please visit the following link: Opportunities for Students.
The list of Erasmus agreements for study of the Department of Mathematics is available at the following link: Mobility for Study.
|N.B.: For the degree in Mathematics (L-35), those who have carried out studies abroad in the Erasmus programme will be awarded an additional point to their degree final mark.|
Erasmus+ International Mobility for Traineeship:
Mobility for Traineeship allows the student to carry out an internship period abroad for a minimum period of 2 months and a maximum of 12.
The mobility can be carried out during the normal course of study or within the maximum limit of 12 months from the achievement of the degree. To carry out the internship as a graduate, it is necessary to participate in the call and be selected while still in possession of student status. For further information please visit the following link: Opportunities for Students.
The list of Erasmus agreements for trainsheep of the Deaprtment of Mathematics is available at the following link: Mobility for Traineeship.
Furthermore, for the Traineeship, the student can find a host institution (company, university, school) independently or with the help of a teacher.
Information for incoming students
For general information about ERASMUS atUNISA, please visit the following link: ERASMUS opportunities.
All courses are taught in Italian, some courses could be taught in English if explicitly requested. All teachers of the Department speak English. Exams can be done in English, if requested.
- Bachelor's Degree Courses in Mathematics
- Calendar of the Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics (course timetable, exams, etc.)