The opportunity to study abroad
Unicam offers many possibilities for international mobility:
ERASMUS for study
The program allows you to spend a period of study abroad (from 3 to 12 months), providing the opportunity to take courses, to take advantage of university facilities, to conduct research aimed at drafting your degree thesis, and to obtain recognition of exams taken abroad, provided they have been pre-designated in an appropriate study program.
Students who are interested can take part in the annual call from the University published in the period December - February.
Erasmus Student Placement (internship)
Starting in the 2007/2008 academic year, within the Erasmus program it is possible to hold internships (from 3 to 12 months) in enterprises, in research centres, and in European training centres, ensuring a recognition of curricular activities carried out abroad, provided there is agreement in advance with their respective Erasmus coordinators.
The Degree in Physics has established agreements within the Erasmus program with the following European universities:
|Czech Republic||Czech Technical University in Prague||English||10||Courses/Final test|
|Spain||Universidad de Extremadura||Spanish||6||Courses/Final test|
|France||Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI||French||6||Courses/Final test|
|France||Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg||French||3||Courses/Final test|
|Poland||Politechnika Gdanska||English||6||Courses/Final test|
|Romania||University of Bucharest||English||6||Courses/Final test|
|Romania||Valahia University of Targoviste||English||6||Courses/Final test|
|Romania||Universitatea Transilvania Din Brasov||English||6||Courses/Final test|
|United Kingdom||University of Surrey||English||6||Courses/Final test|
Saint Kliment Ohridski
|The Netherlands||Universiteit Leiden||English||6||Courses/Final test|
The Master degree in Physics offers the possibility of a bi-national program organized in conjunction with the Politechnika Gdańska that will award a double degree in the field of Physics and its applications. In detail, the University of Camerino will award the Master degree in Physics. Simultaneously the Politechnika Gdańska will award the Master Degree in Applied Physics of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Physics, either in the program “Applied Physics” or in the program “Physics and Energy Conversions”, depending on the prior curriculum of studies followed by the student.
The maximum number of students of the program is 20 (twenty) each year, ten from each institution. This maximum number can be varied, while maintaining the number of students from each institution equal. Students registered for the bi-national program will be registered at both institutions. Registration fees, however, will be payable only to the University of origin. Students coming from UNICAM will attend the first year of the Master program at UNICAM and the second year at the Politechnika Gdańska. Students coming from the Politechnika Gdańska will attend the first year of the Master program at the Politechnika Gdańska and the second year at UNICAM.
After passing the first year exams and within July 31 2011, the student may submit for approval by the Advisory Board of the School of Science and Technology an individual curriculum proposing learning goals other than those proposed in the standard curriculum.