Outgoing mobility

Ca' Foscari considers international mobility to be a key tool for the development of scientific and cultural knowledge and for professional and personal growth.
For this reason it promotes the outgoing (or outbound) mobility of its students, researchers, professors and technical and administrative staff by participating in the leading international mobility programmes, developing relationships with foreign host universities and companies, and providing incentives for participation by all members of the university community.


Take a look at the map of international agreements and mobility exchanges with leading universities all over the world.

Travel Information and Insurance

Useful information and advice for those wishing to study or work abroad.


Ca’ Foscari promotes and organises internships all over the world for students, graduates and PhD graduates.

You can find an internship by yourself or through one of the programmes promoted by the University, using the funding and grants available.

Discover how to find the internship that best fits your goals and how to prepare in order to get the most out of your international traineeship.


file pdfErasmus+ Charter 2014-2020174 K
file pdfErasmus+ Policy Statement148 K
file pdfErasmus+ Student Card [ITA]877 K

Ca’ Foscari students recount their learning experiences abroad:
"My Mobility", Edizioni Ca' Foscari, Studi e ricerche, n. 17


Erasmus+ [ITA] is the European Union’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport, supporting the carrying out of Youth on the Move, one of the seven EU flagship initiatives which are part of Europe 2020, the EU's agenda for growth and jobs for the current decade.

Erasmus+ gathers in a single programme frame several education and training programmes (LLP, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink, Bilateral Programmes), not to mention activities for youth and sport.

The Erasmus+ 2014-2020 budget of €14.7 billion, with a 40% increase than previous levels, will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad.

Besides grants and international mobility of individuals, Erasmus+ supports transnational strategic partnerships between organizations and institutions in the fields of education, training, youth to promote collaboration and to facilitate the transition between education and work.
In the field of sport, Erasmus+ promotes a range of events and collaborative partnerships.

The program is organized around 3 key Actions:

  • Action key 1: Mobility of individuals for learning purposes
  • Action key 2: Cooperation for innovation and sharing of good practice
  • Action key 3: Supporting the reforms of politics

Last update: 17/04/2019