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Mobility

Mobility is an asset for SUPSI and encourages the personal and professional growth and development of those who participate in it.

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All activities are based on collaborations sealed through agreements signed by SUPSI and the institutional partner. These agreements, the duration of which may vary from one to several years, must be signed before mobility placement begins.

Swiss education policy promotes mobility and exchange as a means of enabling people of all ages, but especially young people, to acquire intercultural, linguistic, specialist and international skills during undergraduate and graduate studies and continuing education. Switzerland is committed to promoting cross-border mobility at all levels and incorporates the joint measures of the cantons to achieve this goal.

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The SUPSI mobility network includes the International Office and an office responsible for mobility activities in each department and affiliated school. These represent the first source of information for SUPSI students, academic and administrative staff, as well as for guests wishing to spend a period of mobility at the institution and partners interested in exchange and collaboration activities. The mobility coordinators are the main points of contact for supporting all mobility and internationality-related needs.

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The activities carried out by the mobility network are numerous; the annual activity report provides a general overview of the projects supported by the International Office in addition to the individual reports of the various departments and affiliated schools.
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Everything you need to know

. Mobility in brief

In recent years the demand for mobility at SUPSI has increased, thanks to a greater awareness of the opportunities on offer and the testimonials of those who have participated in an exchange period, helping to raise interest in mobility among students and staff both inside and outside the institution.
  • 80+
    Incoming student and staff mobility placements
  • 130+
    Outgoing student and staff mobility placements
     
  • 150+
    Collaboration agreements with university partners
  • 24
    Partner countries in the SEMP programme

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SUPSI encourages the dimension of exchange and mobility outside regional and national borders for students and staff, both inside and outside the institution.

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Keeping up to date with mobility

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Titolo Finished the first edition of the Software Engineering course Titolo della vetrina Abstract The course, organized by the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science Engineering, was attended...
Titolo Andrea Emilio Rizzoli in Brussels on the future of public AI Titolo della vetrina Abstract The Director of IDSIA USI-SUPSI co-chaired a panel of experts who made recommendations intended...
Titolo SUPSI meets the President of Beijing Tsinghua University Titolo della vetrina Abstract Also present at the meeting was former SUPSI Council Vice President Claudio Boër, who recalled his...
Titolo SUPSI at the Bürgenstock Conference 2024: An In-depth Exploration of the Global Future of Internationalization in Higher Education Titolo della vetrina Abstract On January 19th and 20th,...
Titolo Living school elsewhere: professional experiences abroad Titolo della vetrina Abstract Six future pre-school and primary school teachers will travel to Togo, Kenya, Ghana, Costa Rica and...
Titolo Virginia Tech and SUPSI students get to know each other Titolo della vetrina Abstract A first meeting at the SUPSI Department of Environment, Constructions and Design in Mendrisio...

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Titolo Experiences of popular education and community art in Córdoba, Argentina. Struggles, resistance, autonomy, rebellion Titolo della vetrina Abstract Popular education and community art in...

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International Office

University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland

Le Gerre, Via Pobiette 11 
CH-6928 Manno 

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Department for Environment Constructions and Design

Mobility coordinator

Via Flora Ruchat-Roncati 15
CH-6850 Mendrisio    

Coordinator: Elisa Bernasconi

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Department of Education and Learning

Mobility coordinator

Piazza San Francesco 19
CH-6600 Locarno

Coordinator: Iside Chiara Indelicato

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Department of Business Economics, Health and Social care

Mobility coordinator - Economics Area

Palazzo E
Via Cantonale 16E
CH-6928 Manno

Coordinator: Michela Ornati

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Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care

Mobility coordinator - Social Work Area

Palazzo E
Via Cantonale 16E
CH-6928 Manno

Coordinator: Valentina Brugnoli

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Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care

Mobility coordinator - Health Area

Stabile Piazzetta
Via Violino 11
CH-6928 Manno

Coordinator: Enrica Massardi

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Department of Innovative Technologies

Mobility coordinator

Campus Est Lugano
Via la Santa 1
CH-6962 Lugano

Coordinator: Elisabetta Caneva

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Accademia Teatro Dimitri

Mobility coordinator

Stradòn 28
CH-6653 Verscio

Coordinator: Luisa Braga

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Mobility head - CSI-SUM

Mobility coordinator

Via Soldino 9
CH-6900 Lugano

Coordinator: Hernando Florez

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Fernfachhochschule Schweiz

Mobility coordinator

Überlandstrasse 12
Postfach 689
CH-3900 Brig

Coordinator: Anja Bouron

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Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care

Mobility coordinator - Landquart

Physiotherapie Graubünden
Weststrasse 8
​​​​​​​CH-7302 Landquart

Coordinator: Othmar Schaerer

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