At the end of the application period, the Erasmus committee of the department establishes a ranking list based on the performance criteria defined in the call for applications and the motivation expressed by the candidates. Each student receives the first available university according to the preferences indicated in the application form. Scholars must sign an acceptance form that must be submitted to the International Mobility Unit (U.O.C. International Mobility Internazionale. Candidates who occupy the highest place in the rankings take all the places that remain vacant. The waivers submitted after the aforementioned date should be duly reasoned and reviewed by the Erasmus Committee. The ranking with the final grant of scholarships and universities will be published separately at a later date. PLEASE BE CAREFUL! If students do not acquire student credits during their Erasmus period, they must return their scholarship. All requested extensions may be granted without assistance, unless there are still funds that have received an Erasmus grant: for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Studi di Brescia was officially founded in 1982 and was built on previous courses from the neighbouring universities of Milan, Milan Polytechnic and Parma.
When it was founded, the university brought together three schools: engineering, economics and medicine. The law school was added in 1996. Since November 1, 2012, the University of Brescia brings together eight departments that offer quality programs and competitive research in the fields of engineering, health, law and economics. With 550 permanent university collaborators, 24 bachelors, 17 graduate students and 7 PhD students. In 2016, about 14,300 students were enrolled. Currently, the University of Studi di Brescia has more than 160 actively funded research projects, 40 international projects and 120 nationally funded projects. Twenty-five projects were funded under the 7th Framework Program. The university has participated in various programmes such as the 5th PCRD, the 7th PCRD, the COST, LIFE, South-Eastern Europe, Erasmus Mundus, the ACP Water Facility, Civil Justice and is currently participating in 13 projects under Horizon 2020. Support for the SCARABEUS project is provided by two full professors and a technician from the Energy Technology Group (ERGO) in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.