A bilateral agreement is an agreement signed by two universities which choose to become partners to achieve common specific aims related to: student mobility, joint research activities, etc.
Beneficiaries: Bachelor and master students, doctoral students, professors, research scholars (depending on the agreement).
Duration: 1 semester for courses attendance, 3 months for thesis research.
Where: UniTrento has signed agreements with universities from all over the world (see the Download box).
Selection call: agreements allowing student mobility entail a yearly selection call for a mobility scholarship: see international programmes calendar for information about call publication. For information about the destinations available on the basis of the academic profile, please check the last selection call available in the download box of the webpage “open selection calls”.
Scholarships: scholarships are granted for students of I and II level. The amount depends on the country of destination, as here indicated.
Africa, Asia, Middle East, U.S.A and South America: € 2.500 for course attendance and € 2.000 for thesis research;
Oceania and Japan: € 3.500 for course attendance and € 3.000 for thesis research.
Students guide: an informative guide about the Bilateral Agreements procedures is available in the Download box.
How to apply: candidates may participate in bilateral agreement mobility by taking part in the yearly candidates' selection call based on the following criteria:
language requirements for the chosen destination (CLA test or international certificate);
interview with an academic board (consisting of academic and non-academic staff from the University of Trento).
The “Collège de France”, located in Paris, is a very prestigious research institute well-regarded within the international scientific community, aimed at creating a forum for teaching and research of excellence.
It is mainly focused on historiography and philology research, as well as mathematics, physics and social sciences.
What makes the institute unique in its approach can be summarized in the phrase "knowledge in the making in every field of literature, science and the arts". The Collège’s motto is “Non pas des vérités acquises, mais l'idée d'une recherche libre” (Maurice Merleau-Ponty).
In the framework of the collaboration agreement between the University of Trento and the Collège de France, UniTrento funds a period of study/research for its doctorate students and post doc scholars for about one month. This includes the refund of travel expenses and a contribution to the room and board expenses in one of the affiliated premises in Paris.
A selection call for a mobility scholarship is published annually (generally in the middle of March). Please check the call available at the webpage “open selection calls”.