InternationalInternational programmes, exchanges and activities
Summer and winter schools in Verona
- Bayesian Statistical Analyses for the Human, Social and Cognitive Sciences
- Development Economics
- Doing Business in Italy
- Doing Right(s)
- Multilevel Analysis of Diary Data
- Quantum Languages Design and Implementation
- Shakespeare and the Mediterranean
- Medieval Manuscripts - Online International Summer School
Online Summer Schools
- University North Carolina Wilmington (USA)
- Masaryk University - Czech Republic
- Tampere University - Finland
- University of Antwerp - Nederlands
- University of Tübingen - Germany
- University of LJUBLJANA - Slovenia
- Calgary International Summer Program
- Universidad de las Palmas - Gran Canaria
- Católica Porto Business School - Portugal
- University of Pècs - Hungary
- ISCTE LISBON - Business school
- Universidad de La Rioja - Spain
- University of North Carolina Wilmington (USA)
- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - Greece
- University of Oviedo - Spain
- Universidade da CORUÑA - Spain
- Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca - Romania
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UO International Office
Chiostro San Francesco (Cloister), via San Francesco, 22 - Verona.
International student desk: first floor, stairway A
Exchange students and international opportunities: first floor, stairway A
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: from 10 am to 12.45 noon
International student desk: +39 045 802 8333 / 8671
Welcome Office : +39 045 802 8286
Short-term mobility/Worldwide: +39 045 802 8530 / 8196
Erasmus Incoming / Staff / International partnerships: +39 045 802 8358
Erasmus/Worldwide: +39 045 802 8329 / 8358 / 8043 / 8440
Further information for enrolled students
Enrolled students requiring information should contact the Office via Help Desk by clicking on the button below:
- The Erasmus programme is an international mobility programme which allows regularly enrolled students to spend a period of study (3 to 12 months) at a European university. As part of the programme, students will be able to attend courses and the relevant university facilities, as well as doing an internship or working on their dissertation, and have their exams and credits recognised at their university.
- For further information please contact the International Office, Chiostro S. Francesco (cloister), via San Francesco 22, Verona. Opening hours for the public: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 am to 12.45 noon Telephone: +39 045/8028596 – +39 045/8028043 – +39 045/8028530 or via Service Desk: Mobilità internazionale > Erasmus+ Studio
- The Call for applications for Erasmus+ mobility grants is normally published between January and February each year. Applicants must submit their application by the relevant deadline together with the required documentation. The lists of the eligible and successful applicants (graduatorie) are drawn up based on merit and possibly on additional criteria depending on each degree programme, as determined by the relevant Selection Committee.
- Yes. Other opportunities for international student mobility include Worldwide Study (which enables students to receive an international mobility grant to spend a period of study in one of the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, Japan, Mexico, Russia, the United States of America, and Taiwan), Erasmus+ for Traineeship, for internships at companies all over Europe, and Short Term Mobility for short international mobilities (5-30 days).
- Yes, your exams taken abroad will be recognised by the University of Verona, provided that you follow the procedures in place for each degree programme and complete the relevant forms correctly.
- Many universities provide accommodation options specifically for Erasmus students in student residences or on campus. On the website of the relevant Institution you should find the necessary documentation to submit, by a specific deadline, to apply for accommodation. Such a service may not be available in other Institutions, which means it is up to you to find your own accommodation: if that's the case, it may be worth getting in touch with former Erasmus students to get some tips and advice.