The goal of this mobility is to support Master and One-cycle degree graduating students and Doctoral students to work on the final thesis in an European or extra-European country. The destination can be a University (see attached A), library, laboratory or any private body suitable to the research project.
For the mobility for Research, students can get the recognition of the activity carried out abroad according what the Director of Degree course will decide before the mobility take place. Students of PhD will need to do a report of the activity carried out abroad in order to be approved by the Doctoral board and sent to the office in charge for the mobility.
The Mobility for Research has a duration of minimum 1 month and maximum of 3 months and must end by November 30, 2019.
The total period of the stay abroad must be no less than 15 consecutive days and it must take place after the grant allocation and no later than December 31, 2018 (deadline to return to the home university)