Ca' Foscari University of Venice holds several Agreements for Scientific and Cultural Cooperation with International non-EU universities and institutions with the aim of developing joint study, research and teaching activities and promoting the mobility of students, researchers and professors.
Thanks to these agreements, students can attend courses and take exams at qualified international universities without paying additional fees. These exams, with the written approval of a Ca’ Foscari professor in the Learning Agreement form, will be given university credits and recorded into the student’s university career.
To find out if the universities you intend to apply to really fit your needs, we recommend consulting the final reports completed by Ca’ Foscari exchange students upon their return.
We suggest you to check the website of Farnesina.
|Presentation of the Overseas programme [IT]||618 K|
|Vademecum for Overseas students [IT]||543 K|
|Information for students who obtain a place in the Overseas programme [IT]||2.1 M|
if you have already made an Overseas experience during the study cycle (Bachelor's, Master's, PhD), you are enrolled in at the moment of the Overseas application, and you cannot apply for the a.y. 2017/2018.
Master's degree students are admitted directly to the selection procedure for the Overseas Call for a.y. 2017/2018.
PhD students are admitted directly to the selection procedure for the Overseas Call for a.y. 2017/2018.
Post-graduate students are admitted directly to the selection procedure for the Overseas Call for a.y. 2017/2018. But if they will win the call, they will be allowed to leave just if they will be enrolled in a Bachelor, Master or Phd program at Ca’ Foscari University at the moment of their Departure.
Students will be able to apply in their Personal Area > Bandi di Mobilità > Bando Overseas a.a. 2017/2018.
|2nd call Overseas a.y. 2017/2018 [IT]|
Deadline for applications: 30th June 2017, at 12.30
|How to apply [IT]||1.2 M|
From 1st June 2017 the University of Regina, Canada, asks to all incoming students to pay 150 dollars for administrative fees.
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Students who do not obtain a place in the Overseas programme and who wish to participate in an international exchange can apply to the Outgoing Visiting Students programme.
|1st call Overseas 2017/2018|
Deadline for applications: 13th January 2017, at 12.30
|Financial incentives for mobility - Bachelor's and Master's [IT]||129 K|
|Financial incentives for mobility - PhD [IT]||103 K|
|Destinations [IT]||0.9 M|
|Refunds [IT]||29 K|
The following information refer to students who gained a place both in the first and in the second call.
If your name appears in the Selection List, by the deadline stated by the International Office, you must send an email to email@example.com indicating whether you intend to accept or refuse your place.
ATTENTION: once you accept one destination your name will be cancelled from the other lists you are in.
You must then wait until the International Office has sent your name to the host university before proceeding to prepare the documents necessary for your application. For information please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before your departure you must complete the Learning Agreement for Study or Thesis Research and submit it to the Chairperson of the Teaching Committee of your degree programme for signing, and then to the International Office (the Departments of Management and of Asian and North African Studies have put an advisor in charge of each geographical area: please contact email@example.com for details).
During your stay you should:
After your return, you must submit all original documents (Confirmation of Arrival and Departure, Learning Agreement, Changes to the Learning Agreement, Expense reimbursement form and Transcript of Records – if you have it) to the International Office or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Credit Recognition Form is the document that you must either send by email or hand over in person to the Coordinator who signed your Learning Agreement and Changes to the Learning Agreement forms.
Once the coordinator has signed the form, you must submit it (by email or in person) the International Office ( email@example.com) in order to get your grades registered.