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The University of Pavia climbs the rankings of the Erasmus+ Program funding

The Italian National Agency for Erasmus+ has just published the results of the Erasmus funding for the individual mobility of student and academic staff for the period 2021-2023.

The 2021-27 Erasmus+ Programme represents an evolution of the previous seven-year Erasmus+ Programme (2014-2020), of which it maintains the same basic structure with the addition of a few innovations related to the recent priorities and developments in terms of European Union policies.

Building on the success of the previous Programme, the new Erasmus+ 2021-2027, improved and renewed, foresees a significant increase in the budget and in the opportunities, remaining focused on results and impact quality; In line with our fast-changing societies, it has become more inclusive and accessible, strengthening the digital dimension and addressing climate change. Many are innovations related to individual mobility such as the doctoral student mobility and the Blended Intensive Programmes (BIP).

In 2021, the efforts of the University of Pavia have been rewarded and it has gained 5 positions compared to the previous year, reaching the 15th place of the Italian ranking with a total amount of 1.4 million euro.

The University of Pavia is the first Italian university in terms of number of funded Blended Intensive Programmes (35), followed by the University of Genoa (15), University of Naples Federico II and University of Rome La Sapienza (10 each), University of Padua (9), University of Modena and University of Bologna (8 each).

Thanks to the implementation of these innovative teaching projects, the university will host 560 foreign students for short mobility periods (from 5 to 30 days) and it will be able to fund several opportunities for outgoing short mobility periods of UNIPV students, teachers and technical and administrative staff.

In order to calculate the distribution of funds allocated to Italy among the 219 universities that have applied, the Italian National Agency for Erasmus+ evaluates two fundamental parameters: the percentage of mobility implementation in previous years for study, traineeship, training and teaching as well as the ratio between the number of ECTS registered in the student careers at the end of the mobility and the number of ECTS certified in the Learning Agreement by the host institution.

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