The Course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology, with the help of the Department's International Mobility Commission, promotes the internationalisation of its students' education by encouraging their participation in Erasmus+ and Overworld mobility programmes. In this context, numerous agreements are in place with European and non-European universities that are willing to host students for training periods during which they can attend teaching courses relevant to their curricular training or carry out pharmacy internships or activities related to the experimental thesis also in companies (Erasmus+ project SMS and SMT).
- The Single-cycle degree course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology encourages students' participation in mobility programmes through
- the attribution of an additional point to the grade of the final exam (degree examination) if the student has acquired at least 9 ECTS credits abroad;
- the recognition of all the ECTS credits acquired by students abroad, congruent with the objectives of the Degree course;
- classroom meetings for information on the Erasmus Plus and Overworld Programme as part of the "lesson zero" to students each year and during the academic year;
- awareness-raising of students for prior preparation to obtain the language certification required by the host institution of interest.