Created in 1996, the A.T.H.E.N.S. network (or Advanced Technology Higher Education Network/SOCRATES) is composed of 14 prestigious European technical universities. Initially funded through the European Socrates Programme, its main mission is to facilitate the exchange of students, professors and researchers among the European universities involved, by strengthening their integration and collaboration towards the technological development of Europe.
To find out the details of the programme and calls, please visit the ATHENS web page.
Founded in 1999, IDEA League, is a strategic alliance of 5 European universities, all of primary importance within the technological and scientific fields; the aim of the alliance is to strengthen the links between technology, science and society. The members of this network are: ETH - Zurich, TU - Delft, RWTH Aachen, Chalmers University. Politecnico di Milano became part of the IDEA League in March 2016.
IDEA League promotes programmes and projects for students, PhD students, researchers, instructors and staff with the aim of further developing the skills and competencies of all of those that study and work in the partner universities.
To find out about the opportunities offered, please visit the page IDEA League.
Erasmus mobility within the Erasmus+ Community Programme allows students that are regularly enrolled at Politecnico di Milano and that have completed their first year, to study abroad or take part in an internship at an Institute (or a company) with which Politecnico di Milano has an agreement. The agreement guarantees the recognition of the positive outcomes obtained by the student.
Politecnico di Milano has established Erasmus agreements with over 400 universities participating in the programme.
The semester experience can sometimes be extended to a year, for example to work on the thesis or to access other educational experiences (e.g. internships, collaborations in research projects, etc.).
To find out more, please visit the page Erasmus+.
The Unitech programme is an international mobility programme thought for engineering students interested in improving their technical and scientific knowledge and in developing managerial skills in an international context, putting together a study abroad period with an internship opportunity in a multinational company. The programme is coordinated by the Unitech International Society, whose members are technical universities and companies.
To find out more, please visit the page UNITECH.
Alliance4Tech is a strategic alliance, formally established in 2015, among 4 prestigious European technical universities: Centrale Supélec of Paris, Politecnico di Milano, TU-Berlin, University College London.
Alliance4Tech combines four institutions of excellence, different for culture and location, but with the same passion for human and technological evolution, in the economic heart of Europe. Its goal is to create a real European Campus without borders for its students and professors.
Alliance4Tech offers talented and deserving students an innovative educational path, during which they can carry out their studies in at least three different countries.
Students can apply to the programme by participating in the international mobility call. The selected students, up to a maximum of 10, have the opportunity to choose to spend a full semester in Berlin and/or a full semester in Paris.
While applications may be submitted during the last year of the Bachelor’s Degree, participation in the Alliance4Tech programme will be open to MSc students only.
To find out more, please visit the Alliance4Tech website
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QTEM (Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management) is a prestigious international network that connects the best students with analytical and quantitative skills with a wide and qualified network of academic and business partners.
An opportunity for an extraordinary growth for the selected students, who can improve their cultural and academic background, but also take their first steps in the creation of a broad global network. QTEM students obtain the Master’s degree from their home university together with the QTEM diploma.
While applications may be submitted during the last year of the Bachelor’s Degree, participation in the QTem programme will be open to MSc students only.
To find out more: www.qtem.org