Mobility

As part of its mission and scope, UNITA promotes new forms of student mobility, including Virtual and Rural Mobility.

Virtual Mobility

The Virtual Mobility will allow students to participate in courses and lessons in virtual classrooms at a different partner university while staying in their home institution.

By default, all courses in the catalog are in synchronous mode, in particular for the courses for which no indication has been mentioned. However, for most of the courses, the synchronous/asynchronous mode is explicitely stated.

Virtual mobility for the academic year 2021-22:

Stay tuned!

 

Rural Mobility

After the success of the 2021 call, UNITA is ready to launch 2022 call to develop Student training in rural regions around all the six UNITA Universities. 

This action goals are to reinforce competencies and to improve the employability of UNITA students by connecting rural public and private organizations with students eager to put in practice their academic knowledge. The program aims to create new synergies in education, research and entrepreneurship and to produce a net-positive impact on rural and mountainous areas across Europe.

This year, each University propose a specific call with trainings of 3 weeks up to 2 months (in some cases even longer).

Calls: Each University opens a call for Incoming Students. The conditions of each University may vary (e.g. each University might cover different expenses). If you want to take part to more than one call, please fill in an application form for each of the destinations you would like to go.

 

Information Leaflet »

Further information: Professional Week - Discover Rural Mobility

 

UNITO

UVT

UNIZAR

Blended Intensive Programmes

Blended Intensive Programmes (BIP) are short, intensive programmes that use innovative ways of learning and teaching, including the use of online cooperation. The BIPs for students and staff comprise a short-term physical mobility from 5 to 30 days abroad combined with a virtual component facilitating a collaborative online learning exchange and teamwork.

The programmes may include challenge based learning where international and multidisciplinary teams work together to tackle challenges for example those linked to the sustainable development goals or other societal challenges identified by regions, cities or companies.

By enabling new and more flexible mobility formats that combine physical mobility with a virtual part, BIPs aim at reaching all types of students from all backgrounds, study fields and cycles.

 

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