The International Credit Mobility project coordinated by the University of Trento allows students and faculty funded mobility to and from 5 partner universities, located in 3 non-European Countries.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The 2018 Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility was approved for a total of EUR 115.050,00 and 30 mobility:27 incoming and 3 outgoing. Students mobility accounted for 18 grants incoming only. Staff mobility was intended to be 9 incoming and 3 outgoing. The project ended on July 31st, 2021.
â€¢ University of Novi Sad, Serbia
â€¢ National Aerospace University Kharkiv Aviation Institute, Ukraine
â€¢ University of Batna 2, Algeria
â€¢ University of Tlemcen, Algeria
â€¢ University of Annaba, Algeria
UniTrento used the 91% of the project funds, supporting 26 mobility:
19 STUDENT MOBILITY; study and research activity for a duration of 5 months for course attendance and 3/5 months for thesis research (both thesis research and PhD), depending on the project agreed with the tutors:
19 INCOMING 10 BA, 4 MA and 5 PhD)
7 STAFF MOBILITY, both for academic and administrative staff for a duration of 10 days:
7 INCOMING (4 ACADEMIC STAFF AND 3 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF)
The only mobilities that have not carried out despite a twelve months exension were those planned in last months of the project and prejudiced from the needed of quarantine.
GENDER DISTRIBUTION AND SUBJECT AREAS
Female: 13 students and 2 staff
Male: 6 Students and 11 staff
- 3 - Department of Industrial Enginering
- 16 - Information Enginering and Computer science
- 6 - Department of Humanities
- 1- Department of Economics and Managment
â€œI had a memorable visit to University of Trento in spring 2019. I was really impressed by their international environment, excellent facilities for research and teaching, and especially the professional working environment. This trip benefited me in different waysâ€
Ha Nguyen Hoang, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi - Viet Nam, Erasmus + International Credit Mobility 2018,PHD
More experiences and testimonials of the ER+ICM projects available at the Testimonials webpage.
EVENTS AND DISSEMINATION
Staff training week for international staff, attended by professor Madani Salah from UniversitÃ© Batna 2 from Algeria, and Unitrento staff partner days 2019, attended by professor Sytnyk Natalya from National Areospace University from Ukraine, and ICM info days 2020.
OUTCOME AND ADDED VALUE
The Erasmus+ ICM experience has been positively valued by both students and staff grantees. Everyone agreed on the added value that this project brought about in their lives reporting an improvement in
problem-solving skills - 85 %
multicultural acceptance - 95%
capacity to adapt and act in new situations - 100%
ability to cooperate with people from other backgrounds and cultures - 100%
curiosity and open mindedness - 100%
social, linguistic, and cultural competences - 100%
internationalisation at home - 90%
The ER+ experience enabled UniTrento together with the University of Batna 2 to start a new cooperation within the Big Data Processing and Analysis (BigPro) project financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The project involves PhDs mobility opportunities from Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, in order to let them to acquire advanced skills in the elaboration and analysis of "big data."