Incoming Exchange students

Dear international students!

Welcome and thank you for choosingUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (UCBM) as your mobility destination. This web page is dedicated to international students who will experience a temporary period of study in UCBM as mobile students. Our faculties cover these fields of study:

Medicine and Surgery, Engineering e Sciences and Technologies for Sustainable Development and One-Health.

We hope that this page can help you organize your trip and make you feel safer.

We wish you an incredible experience in Rome, at UCBM.

Virtual Tours: UCBM 360 (

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>> Guide to booking exams

Erasmus exchange

  1. Your university must send the nomination to the international relations office UCBM. Nominations can only be received digitally - via a specific form.
  2. After your university sends your nomination, you will be sent a link to complete the online application form. It will not be necessary to produce any paper documentation.
  3. After receiving the completed application form, together with the mandatory attachments, you will receive a communication of acceptance from the International Relations Office UCBM.

>> Info & Deadlines of the Erasmus+ program

>> Nomination form (only for Erasmus+ Partner Institutions)

>> Application form (only for nominated students)

Volunteer Exchange

If you are a student who wants to attend in UCBM a period of Internship or Traineeship - without having received the nomination from your university, you can fill out the form at the link:

The International Relations Office will send you feedback as soon as it is possible to have confirmation of availability from the Faculty of interest.

Materials in lingua ingForest

The subjects in UCBM are taught both in lingua Italian, both in lingua ingharmed. The list of subjects for each specific degree course can be found at the link: Training offer - UCBM (

End of mobility

Before the end of the mobility, students must submit to the International Relations office:

  • The university badge
  • The Internship booklet, if any

Subsequently, the International Relations office UCBM will produce:

  • The certificate of attendance
  • l transcript of records

Course of lingua Italian

UCBM offers a course of lingua free Italian – if you are interested in taking part, you must send an email to [email protected] – indicating "Italian Class" in the subject.

Health insurance

All European students can use their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) during their mobility.

Non-European students:

All non-European students are obliged to obtain an insurance policy before arriving in Italy.


If you need a visa to stay in Italy, check the requirements at the link: The visa for Italy (

Dear exchange students!

Hello, and thank you for consideringing Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (UCBM) as the host for your student exchange. This webpage has been especially designed for international students who intend to temporarily study at UCBM in an exchange programme. The faculties cover these fields of study:

Medicine and Surgery, Engineering, Science and Technology for Sustainable Development and One Health.

We hope that this webpage will help to make your stay at the university both fruitful and enjoyable.

We wish you a pleasant stay in Rome at UCBM.

Virtual Tours: UCBM 360 (

>> Welcome Guide

>> Guide to booking exams

Erasmus Exchange:

  1. Your home university should first nominate you to the Office of International Relations of UCBM. The nominations should be sent through the dedicated form.
  2. After your home university has nominated you to study at UCBM as an exchange student, you should fill in the online application form. There is no need to send a paper copy of the application.
  3. At the end of the online application – together with the submission of all the mandatory docs, you will receive the acceptance communication from the Erasmus+ office.

> Info & Deadlines regarding the Erasmus+ program at UCBM
> Nomination form (only for Institutions)
> Application form (only for students)

Voluntary Exchange

If you are a student who wishes to come to UCBM for Internship/Traineeship purposes, without the nomination from your home Institution, you can fill the Voluntary Mobility form:

The International Relations Office will reply to you as soon as the Faculty confirms the availability to host you.

Subjects in English

UCBM subjects are taught both in English and Italian languages. You can check them by readinging the syllabus of each Degree you find here  Training offer - UCBM (

End of the mobility

Before the end of the mobility period, incoming students must bring to the International Relations Office of Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma:

  • the university identification card (badge)
  • the certificates of attendance of the internships carried out, signed by the area manager

The International Relations Office, after receiving these documents, will produce:

  • Certificate of attendance: the arrival and departure dates indicated in the certificate will respectively be the date of registration at the Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma  and the date on which the student will report to the International Relations Office for its release.
  • Transcripts of Records: certification of exams taken and internships attended at Campus Bio-Medico with indication of ETCS credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System). If not immediately available, the Transcript of Records will be sent later.

The Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma will only issue these certificates in the format approved by the University bodies. Students must present themselves in person duringing office hours and will not be allowed to delegate others on their behalf.


Student Accommodation - UCBM (

Language Courses

UCBM provides free Italian language course to all the international students participating in any exchange in the university. If you want to get more information and if you want to register, please send an email to [email protected] - please include "Italian Class" in the subject heading.

Medical Insurance:


All European Erasmus students should travel to Italy with their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

The European Health Insurance Card, replacing paper forms such as the E111, gives access to immediate necessary care under the same conditions as for Italian nationals.

Students can address one of the available practitioners (so called Medico di Base) at her/his choice (maybe privileginging the one who is closer to her/his domicile) indicated in the website of the local Azienda Sanitaria -ASL (Health district of the province of Rome). No fee should be applied by the practitioner while, in case of subsequent appointed specialist visits/blood tests etc…. a fee could be applied (to the same conditions as for Italian nationals). Anyway more information on How you can use your EHIC card can be found on the website of the European Health Insurance card, which we recommend you read carefully before leavinging your residence Country. European Health Insurance Card - Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion - European Commission (


Students coming from non-EU countries are strongly recommended to get hold of an insurance policy certified, translated by the Italian Diplomatic Representative abroad: in order to get the Residence Permit they are in fact required to have an Health Insurance for the entire duration of their stay in Italy.

Foreign students coming from the EU member countries and the countries of the European economic region should have the E 128 form, E 111 form or E-card. The document type depends on the authorized insurance agency of the country of their origin. Namely, the students should contact the authorized insurance agency, where they have been insured, and ask for one of the above-mentioned forms. Students should have appropriate insurance coverage (also for accidents and liability) when coming to Italy.


If you need Visa to study or practice in Italy, please fill the form with your data and find out which are the requirements: The visa for Italy (