Virtual Mobility in Emergency - Results of the selection

Results of the selection for the UNA EUROPA VIRTUAL MOBILITY IN EMERGENCY

 “Virtual Mobility in Emergency” is an initiative of the Una Europa Alliance, a European university alliance of eight leading European universities - KU Leuven (Belgium), Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Università di Bologna (Italy), Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie (Poland), Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), University of Edinburgh (Scotland), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France), and Helsingin Yliopisto (Finland).

One of the main goals of the alliance Una Europa is to create the European university of the future, where students can attend integrated courses in different countries and languages, and to pilot innovative formats and initiatives of international mobility. 

In particular, the launch of Virtual Mobility in Emergency pilot programme allows to face the strong impact Covid-19 crisis has had on traditional models of physical mobility and to give students the opportunity to carry out an international learning experience despite the challenges arisen.


Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or single cycle degree programme of the University of Bologna in the academic year 2020_21.
Selected students must not graduate before completing their virtual mobility period and obtaining recognition of the related learning activities from their individual Degree Programme Boards at home university.

A B2 level of English language skills is required. The certification, if requested, must be directly provided to the partner university.  

Students who are selected in the framework of the Virtual Mobility in Emergency initiative can participate in other international mobility programmes of the University of Bologna. 


Each university makes accessible one or more courses of its educational offer delivered in distance learning mode to potential students of other partner universities applying for the call Virtual Mobility in Emergency. 

One or more exchange vacancies could be available for each university, depending on the characteristics of the courses offered but only one application for one vacancy is allowed. The number of places available for each university corresponds to the maximum number of students each partner could accept for that vacancy.  

In any case, the last word on accepting students to attend the courses is up to the partner university, even if the University of Bologna has selected them through this call for application. 

To know more about the call and the selection procedures, read the call for application (right box on this page) and contact