Erasmus+ study Programme from non-EU countries (ICM)


The key action KA107 of the Erasmus+ programme for International Credit Mobility (ICM) promotes the implementation of mobility projects outside the EU, in line with the strategy for the internationalisation of higher education institutions.

Contacts and reservations

International Relations Office 

Ca’ Foscari University (UNIVE), among all traditional international mobility programs, offers to international students also the mobility opportunities offered by the new Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Program (ICM), entirely funded by the European Union, with the objective of promoting international mobility of students and staff from and to non EU countries.

At the moment there are two different active projects, both based on single country projects:

  • the first one has a financial envelope of € 786.810,00, covering the 2016-2018 period, and will end  mandatorily on 31/07/2018;
  • the second one has a financial envelope of € 301.840,00, covering the 2017-2019 period, and will end  mandatorily on 31/07/2019.

Partner countries, from which incoming students mobility will be possible, are:

  • Project 2016-2018 (mobility during the academic year 2017-2018): Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Ukraine, United States and Vietnam;
  • Project 2017-2019 (mobility during the academic year 2018-2019): Armenia, Kosovo, Ukraine, Vietnam.

Non-EU students interested in coming to Ca’ Foscari  as an Erasmus+ ICM incoming should be sure of the existence of a valid Inter-Institutional Agreement between their University and Ca’ Foscari, checking the List of partner Universities attached in the Downloads section.

For any information concerning access to the Ca’ Foscari Course Catalogue please check the Guidelines for UNIVE Course Catalogue attached in the Downloads section


  • Promote excellence in Higher Education;
  • Strengthen key skills for entry to the labour market (spirit of initiative, digital and linguistic competencies);
  • Exploit the full potential of new technologies;
  • Favour social inclusion;
  • Raise the level of teaching and professional capacities.


Students of the three cycles (UG, MA and PHD) will have the opportunity to spend a mobility period at UNIVE from non-EU countries all over the world. Mobilities can last from a minimum of 3 months up to a maximum of 12 months per cycle of study. For more details, please check the List of partner Universities attached in the Module section and, if your University is present, contact your International Relations Office.

Mobility scholarships are assigned through calls launched by partner Universities on their websites, indicating participation requisites and applications submission modalities.


Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM) scholarship is primarily finalised to obtain academic credits abroad and it is awarded for full time activities (study, preparation of final works). Erasmus+ ICM allows students to live challenging cultural experiences in EU Countries, to familiarise with new Higher Education Systems, to improve the knowledge of at least one EU Country language, to meet foreign people, while participating actively in the internationalisation process of Higher Education Institutions involved and of their own academic curriculum. During the Erasmus+ mobility, which must be continued and without  interruptions, it’s not possible to take exams at the home University.


Students have the opportunity to follow academic courses and to use the facilities of UNIVE at the same conditions of UNIVE’s students, without paying any fee to the host Institution. Furthermore, the Erasmus+ ICM project provides a scholarship of € 850,00 per month and a round-trip ticket to Venice. The amount of the Erasmus+ grant will be transferred in full, after the subscription of the Grant Agreement, within 30 days from the beginning of the mobility. UNIVE will provide assistance to find accommodation and for the release of visa and stay permit when necessary. During the whole mobility, Ca’Foscari will provide support through its International Relations Office.