International opportunities for students

Information for UniTrento Students Abroad

ATTENTION: This page is being constantly updated and we suggest that you check it frequently.

FAQ

For information about UniTrento students abroad on exchange during the COVID-19 emergency in the academic year 2019/2020 please see our FAQ webpage.

Students carrying out a mobility during the academic year 2020/2021 shall visit the webpage: Guidelines for Outgoing International Student Mobility During the 2020/2021 Academic Year
In the event of interruption of mobility due to COVID-19 emergency, students are invited to contact the competent International Mobility Officy, as follow.

Contacts

International Mobility Office - Science and Technology Area Via Sommarive, 5 - 38123 Trento
Tel. +39 0461 283236 - 3237 - 3976 - 1864 - 3980 - 3240 - 2587; mobility-st [at] unitn.it
International Mobility Office - Social Sciences and Humanities Area via Verdi 8 - 38122 Trento
Tel. +39 0461 283817 - 2275 - 2386 - 1703 - 2992 - 3231 - 1719 - 3243 - 3271; mobility-ssh [at] unitn.it
International Mobility Staff - Rovereto branch Corso Bettini, 84 - 38068 Rovereto (TN)
Tel. + 39 0464 808448 - 8311 mobility-cs [at] unitn.it

Useful Information and Links Regarding the Coronavirus Emergency


If you are still abroad we remind you to pay careful attention to recommendations from host universities and the guidelines issued by the World Health Organization regarding safe travel and behavior. Furthermore, we strongly suggest that you verify the details of your health insurance coverage, especially for study abroad in countries outside of Europe.

Please, read carefully the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs webpage: Italian nationals returning to Italy and foreigners in Italy . See also the MAECI FAQ webpage (Italian only), the Ministry of Health FAQ webpage and our webpage for International Students in Trento.

If you have any doubts about travelling to Italy, please contact the Border Police or the competent local Prefettura or health authorities. Travellers to foreign countries are advised to always check the relevant country information on ViaggiareSicuri website or contact the Embassy or consular offices of the Country of destination in Italy.

Self-Isolation Indications from the Trentino Board of Health:  


For information call the toll-free number: 800 390 270 (mon.-fri., 8 am - 5 pm; sat. 8 am- 2 pm)

Immediately upon arrival in Trento, those subject to self-isolation must notify the local Trentino Board of Health (APSS) Prevention Department of their entry into Italy and the starting date of their 14-day quarantine by sending an e-mail to segreteria.uoisp [at] apss.tn.it and attaching the completed APSS Self-Declaration Form (see the Download Box) and a copy of an identity document. A swab test may required by the local Health Board.
Important note: Self-isolation cannot be carried out in university student housing facilities.
If COVID-19 symptoms appear later this must be communicated immediately to the APSS Prevention Department.
After 14 days without symptoms the quarantine period is considered complete and no further communication with the APSS is required.
For more information please see the relevant APSS website (in Italian).
Throughout the Province of Trentino all of the aforementioned national COVID-19 containment measures are in place in order to comply with the current DPCM. Masks must always be worn in all indoor and outdoor spaces. Social distancing practices are still in place and masks are obligatory at all times while using all types of public transportation
For more updates about specific Coronavirus emergency measures in place at the local level, visit the English websites of the Province of Trentino and The University of Trento