Student incoming and outgoing mobility

Student incoming mobility


In the second semester of the academic year 2021/22, teaching activities (lectures, practices, etc.) will take place in blended mode, in classrooms but also accessible remotely. The possibility of offering in-presence teaching is linked to the progress of the health emergency and the decisions of the Italian government. Not all students are guaranteed the opportunity to attend lectures in person.


From February 2022, exams will take place in presence. Important! Only until 31 May 2022, exchange students @unibo will be exempt from the obligation to sit exams in presence and will be allowed to take exams online.

From 1 May 2022 it is no longer mandatory to have a Green Pass (EU digital COVID certificate), issued in a country of the European Union or the Schengen Area,  to carry out activities on site. 

Read the instructions on the Green Pass of the Italian Government (COVID-19 green certification) and, if necessary, on how to obtain it (In Italian).

Read the detailed instructions on how to obtain the Green Pass on the Campuses of the University of Bologna.

For more information on lectures, exams and internships

In the blended teaching period, it is possible to carry out mobility remotely (virtual mobility), on site, or by combining the two modes. Two mode changes are allowed during a mobility. It is not possible to interrupt the mobility period.

All information relating to on-site mobility also applies to remote (virtual) mobility as far as compatible.

General information for incoming students

Keep up to date with the emergency situation in Italy and follow the regulations and advise from the Italian authorities. Please keep responsible behaviour.


Student outgoing mobility 

2020/21 Academic Year

The University of Bologna allows outgoing mobility where universities/hosting entities are able to accommodate students in accordance with the methods proposed and agreed with them, pursuant to the National Agency and MIUR dispositions.

See all study abroad opportunities 

See all internship abroad opportunities


Latest information to study in Italy for incoming and outgoing students

Italian Government 
COVID-19 green certification – The instructions of the Italian Government (in Italian)

Italian Government - Presidency of the Council of Ministers 
Coronavirus – The measures adopted by the Italian Government (in Italian) 
Coronavirus – The measures adopted by the Italian Government FAQs (in Italian)

Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) 
Italian citizens returning from abroad and foreign citizens in Italy 
Provisions for entry into Italy
Information form

Italian Ministry of Health  
Information about coronavirus 
Information for travellers (in Italian)

Health Unit of Bologna 
information about  Coronavirus and FAQ (in Italian)

Health Unit of Romagna 
Information about entry from abroad (in Italian)