ERASMUS+ 2021-2027 is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

One of its objectives it to "promote learning mobility of individuals and groups, as well as cooperation, quality, inclusion and equity, excellence, creativity and innovation at the level of organisations and policies in the field of education and training."

The official reference for information on the opportunities offered by the Erasmus+ programme is the University's ERASMUS web page.


Presentation Erasmus+ 2024/2025

The departmental Erasmus coordinator invites all interested students to participate in the Erasmus+ mobility presentation event.
when: February 29, 2024 at 2:00 p.m.
where: 0M04
MS Teams: LINK
Team name: Team Erasmus Fisica
Team code: 71gk7t1
The call Erasmus+ mobility for study 2024/2025 is available at the LINK 
The factor alpha mentioned in paragraph 4 of the call is equal to 1 for all Students of the Physics Department.
deadline March 11, 2024


Studying abroad is a unique, formative and potentially life-changing experience. On the one hand, it helps students to open their eyes towards other ways of life, to understand other cultures, and learn foreign languages. On the other hand, it may significantly boost students' personal, academic and professional development.

The principle behind an Erasmus exchange is to replace a part of the credits of one's curriculum with credits obtained at a foreign partner institution. This exchange is based on a Learning Agreement between the student, the University "Federcico II" and the host university. The recognition of the results, which are documented in a Transcript of Records by the host univesity, is guaranteed.

Mobility for studies

Mobility for traineeship

Contact persons

  • for general questions on the programme: Prof. Wolfgang Mueck – Erasmus contact person of the Department;
  • for questions related to the recognition of credits: the course coordinators;
  • for information on the partner institutions: the contact persons of the single exchanges;
  • for administrative issues: Dott.ssa Paola De Matteis, Office for International Relations.


The Physics Department "Ettore Pancini" offers the following Physics degree courses:

For general information, see Erasmus and Exchange students.

Contact: Prof. Wolfgang Mueck (Erasmus contact person of the Department)