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.
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.
Teaching and Research
Opportunities for Technical and Administrative Staff (PTA)
Erasmus Programme 2021-2027
The new Erasmus Programme will start in a.y. 2021/2022 and will last until 2027.
In comparison with the previous one (2014-2020), the new Erasmus Programme will introduce important innovations in order to achieve a more and more significant social inclusion.
Further information will be published on this webpage as soon as the European Commission and the Erasmus+ Italian National Agency make them available.
Some anticipations can be found on the European Commission official website.
One of the most important aims of the new Programme is to go towards the digitalisation of all bureaucratic procedures linked to the mobility. This will be possible also thanks to the Erasmus Dashboard and to the Erasmus+ App. While the former will allow HE institutions to sign inter-institutional agreements, the latter will enable students and staff to manage all the documentation regarding the mobility.
These two tools have been implemented in the framework of the Erasmus Without Paper (EWP) project whose main aim is to reduce the ecological impact of the mobilities by eliminating the paperwork connected to the Programme that involves almost 1 million participants every year throughout Europe and beyond.
Starting from a.y. 2020/2021, the use of the Online Learning Agreement (OLA) will be compulsory and it will replace the traditional paper form.
Ca’ Foscari students recount their learning experiences abroad:
"My Mobility", Edizioni Ca' Foscari, Studi e ricerche, n. 17
Last update: 21/10/2020