Erasmus + and international mobility procedures

(in accordance with the indications provided by the European Commission, the Erasmus + National Agency and the central mobility offices of the University of Genoa, approved by the School Council)

 


At the time of submitting the application for participation in the Erasmus + call, students must have already viewed the academic offer at foreign locations where they intend to go.

In addition,Erasmus + Scholarship winners must::

  1. notify the Student Desk of the period in which they intend to go abroad, information that the Office must send to the host offices during the ‘Nomination’ phase;
  2. communicate, within the set deadline and following the appropriate procedure, their acceptance, or, renunciation of the scholarship both to the Central Mobility Office of Piazza Nunziata civ. 6 and to the Student Desk;
  3. following their official 'Nomination' by the Student Desk at the host locations, follow the the instructions of the Student Desk for the forwarding of theApplication, that can be signed by Erasmus referent or by the Coordinator;
  4. fill together with your Erasmus contact person and with the Degree Program Coordinator the Learning Agreement, 'for Studies' or 'for Traineeship, and complete it in all its parts and sign it, then have it signed by the Referent of the Bilateral Agreement, or by the Department Referent, delegated by the Coordinator of CCS, or by the latter, and by the foreign Coordinator, finally, to send it to the School Student Desk.

In particular, it is necessary to fill in properly:

  1. Tables A and B of the Learning Agreementfor Studies’, which indicate, in table A, the study activities that will be carried out abroad and, in table B, their correspondence with the student Study Plan. In this regard, it is NOT possible to authorize exams to be taken 'partially' abroad to be 'integrated' when returning to Italy, in fact, a direct correspondence of foreign credits with our ECTS is NOT required, as the teacher can authorize the recognition of training activities to be sustained abroad with a number of credits different from those foreseen in the student's study plan, based mainly on the exam program that the student intends to take abroad and on the number of lesson hours provided therein. In this regard, the student himself will present the foreign exam program to his teacher. Alternatively, the code 88790, 'off-site exams', was created for the recognition of the credits acquired in Erasmus indicating only the Typology, the SSD and the number of ECTS, in those cases where the training activities that will be followed at the abroad do not have a precise correspondence with the educational activities of the student's study plan or with our educational offer;
  2. in the Learning Agreement 'for Traineeship’it is important to fill in the window ‘The traineeship is embedded in the curriculum’ if the student has not yet graduated, also indicating the number of CFUs that will be recognized as' Internship or Final Exam ', while it is necessary to fill in the window ‘The traineeship is voluntary’ if the student is a PhD student or Graduate, and, finally, the window 'recent graduate' if the student is a recent graduate.
  3. present a study plan compliant with the approved Learning Agreement using the 'Individual Plan' platform, also entering the codes and the CFU of the activities shown in table B of the Learning Agreement.