Incoming mobility

Facciata di Ca' Foscari sul Canal Grande di sera

Ca’ Foscari University opens its doors to students, researchers, teaching staff, and technical and administrative staff from abroad, for mobility periods for the purpose of study, participation in internships, research, teaching and training in Venice.

Contacts and reservations

Find out more about the mobility programmes and opportunities to come to Ca’ Foscari, useful information on living in Venice and contacts that will help you settle down in your first weeks and enjoy your stay in Italy.

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Discover Ca' Foscari with Erasmus and return as an international scholar

“I had an excellent time in Venice as an Erasmus student and going back to Ca' Foscari will be like the second chapter of a rich story in an exceptional city. Wandering around the city to discover different places of knowledge, having classes in century-old buildings, hearing seagulls and vaporetti along the Grand Canal while attending courses or working in university libraries gave life a unique taste.”

Read the story of Elise Franssen, a researcher at University of Liege who has chosen to return to Venice as winner of a "Marie Curie" grant.


Destination Ca' Foscari: write about your mobility experience

Calling all former exchange students! The International Office has launched a competition for thoughtful and engaging accounts of the most meaningful moments and experiences you lived during your time in Venice! Three cash prizes are available and a selection of the best submissions will be published as a collection.

Please, be informed that mobility experiences of the a.y. 2016/17, 2017/18 and of the 1st semester 2018/19 only will be taken into account. In order to take part to the competition, please check the Call in attachment and fill in the google formContacts:  mymobility@unive.it

Deadline: extended to 30th June 2019.



How to Live in Venice

Last update: 19/07/2019