Student opportunities

Erasmus+ international mobility for students  

Key Action 1 of the Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027 aims to support inclusion and diversity, digital transformation, environment and climate change and participation in democratic life. Governed by Regulation (EU) No. 2021/817 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2021 and the Erasmus+ Programme Guide 2021-2027, it promotes European and extra-European mobility for students of all courses and cycles of study (first, second and third cycle), as well as young graduates, for a period of between 2 and 12 months per cycle of study (24 in the case of a single cycle). 

Mobility for studies (SMS)
Mobility for traineeships (SMP)


Erasmus+ international credit mobility - KA107 
Through the Key Action 107 of the Erasmus+ Programme, students enrolled in first, second and third cycle courses can spend a period abroad for study (from 3 to 12 months) or training (from 2 to 12 months) at universities in other continents, outside EU countries, in compliance with the objectives and modalities established in each individual mobility project, implemented in line with the internationalisation strategy. The programme provides different financial contributions depending on the country of destination to partly cover the costs of stay abroad.


Visiting students/ Free movers 
The University of Basilicata encourages international students' involvement by assigning them the status of Visiting Students or Free movers. This status may be granted to the students enrolled in a degree programme at a foreign university who wish to spend a study or research period at the University of Basilicata but outside an exchange programme organized by the university (such as Erasmus). 


Double/Multiple Degree Programme 

The double degree programme, thanks to agreements with partner universities, offers students enrolled on particular bachelor's, master’s and single cycle degree programmes to opt to undertake part of their studies at a partner university abroad and obtain a double degree, one from the University of Basilicata and the other from the foreign university 

To learn more please consult the Courses catalogue



Cooperation Agreements 

The University of Basilicata is strongly engaged in internationalisation, establishing long-standing relationships around the world, not only in Europe but also in North and South America, Asia and in the Middle East, Africa and so on. The main goal is to encourage and enhance international exchange of students, teaching and administrative staff, as well as to promote and foster didactic and research. 

List of cooperation agreements currently in force.