Biologia International

An International Mobility Commission is active, coordinated by prof. Elizabeth Illingworth (, to ensure the necessary logistical and didactic support for both incoming and outgoing students, as well as constant collaboration with the relevant University Offices in order to encourage international student mobility. In particular, the CdS encourages Master's degree students to spend time overseas through the international mobility (Erasmus) program, although recently, a growing interest has been noted among Bachelor's degree students.
The university provides small grants to students during the Erasmus Internship. This covers board and lodging expenses in the range of 500-600 euros per month, depending on the geographical area of the internship. Based upon the examinations passed, and conforming to those stipulated in the student's study plan, scores and CFUs are awarded according to an international conversion table to which the university refers. Examination scores and credits (CFU) obtained overseas will be evaluated and recognized by the CdS according to an international conversion table to which the university adheres.
In addition, incoming and outgoing students benefit from the services of the University's International Relations-Erasmus Office, which takes care of contacts with foreign institutions, follows all procedures related to the publication of calls for applications, and assists outgoing and incoming students throughout their period of study. This office also takes care of services and procedures for the hosting of EU and non-EU foreign students who intend to pursue an academic degree or request recognition of academic studies completed abroad at the University of Salerno. The University of Salerno organizes free Italian language courses for incoming students.

List of the active Erasmus agreements for study and traineeship: