Unimore provides grants to its students to spend a mobility period at European and non-European Higher Education Institutions through the MORE Overseas Programme. In order to do so, Unimore signs a specific agreement with listeed Institutions and develops a specific mobility project for each student.
Eligible activities during the mobility period students can attend courses, take exams and develop their thesis. Recognition of these activities is guaranteed through a Learning Agreement to be signed before students' departures. Credits and grades recognition processes are managed by each Department after the mobility period.
The duration of the mobility period is specifically mentioned in the list of eligible foreign universities attached to the Call for Applications of the MORE Overseas Programme. It is based on the academic calendar of the selected university and it may vary from a minimum of 3 months to a maximum of 6 months.
Grant holders will be exempt from the Host Institution’s tuition fees, but will continue to pay tuition fees to the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Students will bear all the expenses concerning accommodation, travel, health insurance and other kinds of insurances, Visa release procedures, books as well as potential additional fees charged by the Host Institution related to the use of specific laboratories and infrastructures (usually between € 200 and € 300).
Only regularly enrolled Unimore students who comply with all mentioned requirements (that may be different for each Host Institution) can submit their application to the latest Call for Applications of the MORE Overseas Program.
Grant holders will have to maintain their student status during the mobility period and will not be allowed to graduate before concluding it.
Grant amount for the academic year 2015/16: € 200 per month for a maximum of 6 months, irrespective of the country of destination