The Erasmus agreement must be signed between universities that have the Erasmus charter for higher education and describes the mobility activities that are carried out, specifying the number of students, teachers and/or administrative bodies, as well as the relevant areas (cites), duration, institutional contacts and any other information that must be provided as an integral part of the agreement, in accordance with the model proposed by EACEA or in a separate section. International mobility, and in particular the Erasmus programme, plays a very important role in Sapienza`s international strategy, as we believe this can have a considerable impact on the quality of education. Study or training stays abroad are very useful for students and PhD students, which allows them to acquire specific knowledge or training in fields that are not available in Sapienza or that are not well developed. With hundreds of agreements with European and non-European higher education institutions and other organisations, we offer a wide range of choices to our students and graduates. ability to enter the workforce: studies or training courses abroad within the framework of European mobility programmes such as Erasmus, Leonardo and Marie Curie are very useful for students and PhD students to acquire “soft or transferable skills”, such as autonomy, critical thinking, creativity, etc., which are highly appreciated by potential employers, as indicated in various studies (for example. B, tenured professors, associate professors, researchers and contract professors can be the promoters of an Erasmus agreement). The completion of Erasmus – mobility activities for key action 1 requires the conclusion of Erasmus inter-institutional agreements – For the University of Sapienza in Rome (Istitutional Code: I ROMA01, ECHE: 29415-EPP-1-2014-1-IT-EPPKA3-ECHE, Participant identification code (PIC number): 999987745, Erasmus policy statement 2014-2020) contacts to be included in the agreement are those of the institutional coordinator Erasmus and pro-rector of European university networks, Prof. Luciano Saso, directors of Erasmus faculties (academic and administrative assessors) and promoters of mobility exchanges by discipline. For more mandatory information to include in the agreement, see the unconstitutional fact sheet. The activities covered by the agreement must be planned with anticipation and coordinated with the partner institution chosen as the owner of an Erasmus charter for higher education. Erasmus is a Community-specific programme (Erasmus Programme) that complements the seven previous programmes from the 2014-2015 academic year to 2020-2021.
i – Programme for lifelong learning (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig), Youth in Action, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink, ICI – three key actions on individual mobility for learning (key action 1), innovation cooperation and exchange of best practices (key action 2), support for policy reform(key action). Read more on the website of Agenzia Esecutiva della Commissione Europea EACEA and the website of Agenzia Nazionale Erasmus. The Erasmus Inter-Institutional Agreement – Mobility for Study (SMS in Italian) Sapienza is firmly convinced of the international mobility of students and staff and its rector is appointed Delegate for International Mobility. We are a large university (135,000 students) and comprehensive that works with several hundred universities (HEI) worldwide. Our strategy is this: as far as EU countries are concerned, we have agreements with the main universities in Europe. For linguistic and cultural reasons, we have a very large number of agreements with Spanish and France, but the exchanges with the German HeKi are also very intense.