Erasmus+ study programme

Erasmus+

The Erasmus+ Programme gives students the opportunity to participate in cultural experiences abroad, become acquainted with new higher education systems, improve their language skills and meet young people from other countries, contributing to the development of a more united Europe.

Thanks to the Erasmus+ Study Programme students can benefit from a study period abroad at a partner university located in one of the participating countries.
They will be able to attend university courses and use the host institution facilities without paying additional tuition fees, while receiving a grant from the European Commission. They will obtain full recognition for their study period abroad and the registration of the activities carried out in their academic career.

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How to participate

The call for applications to the Erasmus+ Study Programme for a.y. 2021/2022 is online and will close at 12:00 pm on March, 10th, 2021.

Calls for Applications

Linguistic Preparation

To ensure that you are properly prepared for your Erasmus+ study experience and make sure that you meet the partner university's language requirements, Ca' Foscari offers you the following options: 

If none of these options is suitable for you or if you are required to submit an official linguistic certification, you can address an institution external to the University.

It will be under your responsibility to verify which certifications are accepted by the host university. In case of doubt about the accepted documentation, please contact the Erasmus office of your host university.

If you just need a declaration issued by Ca' Foscari, you can send us proof of your language level via email to  erasmusout@unive.it so that we can provide you with the requested document.

ATTENTION: we remind you that you will need to provide proof of your language level within the terms established by the host university. The host university might reject your application in case you do not meet the entry requirements.

Students with special needs

Erasmus+ pays particular attention to students whose physical, mental or health-related conditions are such that their participation in the Programme would not be possible without extra financial support. 

Students  with physical, mental or health-related conditions can in fact benefit from the support services that the receiving institution offers to its enrolled students.

Moreover, they may be able to apply to an additional European financial suppport for costs related to their special needs, in addition to the regular Erasmus+ grant.

All selected students will be informed about how to apply to the additional EU financial support during the next months.


Destinations

Information factsheet are constantly updated according to the information provided by partner institutions. We highly suggest you to regularly consult them, along with the websites of the host universities, also after you have been selected.

Students are invited to consult the guide to acronyms and abbreviations in the section "Destinations".

UK participation in the Erasmus+ Programme

The United Kingdom is included among the destinations for the a.y. 2021/2022.

Students are invited to visit the official UK Government website to check immigration procedures for entering the country.

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Procedures for outgoing Erasmus students a.y. 2021/2022

The procedures hereby described are referred to outgoing Erasmus+ students who have officially been selected for an Erasmus+ mobility, and who have correctly accepted the place.

Procedures and documentation requirements may be subject to change. Please make sure to check your institutional email account (student’s number@stud.unive.it) and this web page regularly.

Students who do not comply with the hereby described procedures or procedures communicated via email, might not be eligible for the final instalment of the grant or - in the most significant cases- might have their mobility cancelled and be asked, as a consequence, to reimburse the whole amount of grant already received. 

Contacts at Ca' Foscari
The International Office – Mobility Unit will help you with all the organisational and administrative aspects of your Erasmus+ mobility. If you have any questions about the contents of courses you will be attending or about transfer of credits, you should contact your Ca' Foscari Academic Coordinator.

Contacts at your host university
The Erasmus Office at your host university will be your main contact for all issues related to mobility (academic calendar, course programme, accommodation, etc).

Your contacts
From the moment that you accept your place, all communications from the Ca' Foscari International Office will be sent to your institutional account (student’s matriculation number@stud.unive.it). We suggest you to check it regularly.

After acceptance

Mobility period

Remember that your mobility period at the host university must:

  • last for a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 12 months. Exceptions to the minimum duration (90 days) can be made only in case the partner university declares that the official term lasts for less than the expected minimum duration;
  • take place between 01/06/2021 and 30/09/2022;
  • take place without interruption;
  • may be reduced only for reasons of force majeure supported by documentation, upon approval of both universities. The mobility period must still last for at least 90 days except for the above-mentioned case;
  • may be extended; to find out how, see the section “During your mobility”.

Documentation required by your host university (application procedure)

Check the application procedure and deadlines for incoming Erasmus students on your host university website. It is your responsibility to prepare and submit the necessary documentation within the deadlines established by the host university. Before submitting your application to the partner university, you will have to be notified via email about your nomination by the International Office - Mobility Unit (nomination procedure). Priority may be given to nominations of students leaving in the first semester and, in any case, to nominations whose deadline is tighter.

Remember we are happy to help you in preparing your documentation. Just contact the International Office – Mobility Unit via phone or email or book an appointment.

Travel documents

ID or passport
Check that your ID or passport are valid for the entire mobility period. Some non-EU countries participating in the Programme (like Turkey) require an entry visa, which must be applied for in advance at the host country’s embassy/consulate in Italy.
For more information, please see www.viaggiaresicuri.it.

Health insurance 
Contact your local health authority (ASL) to find out if your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) entitles you to healthcare in your chosen destination country or whether you need supplementary health insurance. For detailed information on all countries see the website of the Ministry of Health.

Permit of Stay (for extra- EU students)
If you are a Degree- Seeker student with a permit of stay, make sure that it is valid for travelling in the country of destination and that it is not expiring during the mobility period. It is your responsibility to get in contact with the International Office – Mobility Unit in order to receive the necessary support. 

Before the Mobility

Online Learning Agreement (OLA)

Before signing the Grant Agreement, you will have to sign the Online Learning Agreement (OLA)that is a document listing all the activities you will carry out during your mobility and their recognition at Ca' Foscari upon your return.

In order to prepare your OLA you must:

  • check the website of the host university and find the modules that can be compatible with your study plan, as per what specified for each destination;
  • get in contact with your academic coordinator at Ca' Foscari (Departmental Coordinator) in order to submit a draft proposal of your OLA;
  • after your academic coordinator at Ca' Foscari has approved your poposal, create your OLA through the online platform, so that it can be signed by your academic coordinators at Ca' Foscari and at the host university.

More information about the OLA platform will be provided by the International Office - Mobility Unit

Learning Agreement for Research Activities

If you are a BA or MA student, you can fill in the Learning Agreement for Research Activities only in addition to the Learning Agreement for Studies. If you are a PhD student, you can fill in only the Learning Agreement for Research Activities.

In this document, you will have to describe the research activities you will carry out during your Erasmus+ mobility, as agreed with your thesis supervisor at Ca’ Foscari.

The document must be signed by you, your thesis supervisor and by your Erasmus+ academic coordinators and must be sent via email to the International Office – Mobility Unit.

N.B you do not need to be assigned a tutor by the host university: you can carry out the research activity independently.

Grant Agreement

Before leaving, you must sign your Grant Agreement, without which your mobility cannot start. The International Office- Mobility Unit will inform you about the date and procedures for signing the document. 

Online Linguistic Support

Before your mobility you will be assigned an online language test that is mandatory for all students participating in the Programme and that you must complete within the deadline communicated by the International Office. You can find more information at erasmusplusols.eu/it/
The test does not replace the certification that may be required by your host university, unless specified by the latter.  During the final month of your mobility you will be invited to take another - optional - test so that you can track the progress of your language skills. Those who do not take the test before the mobility, will not be eligible to receive the final instalment of the grant.
The language of the test will be the one of teaching at the host university. 

During your mobility period you may also take an optional online language course.
If your mother tongue is the same as the teaching lanugage at your host university, you will be exempted from taking both OLS tests. You might request to take the OLS test and benefit from the OLS course in the language spoken in the country of your destination- if different from the teaching language.

During the mobility

During your mobility remember to:

  • send us the necessary documents via email ( erasmusout@unive.it). You must not send us the originals, but always keep them for precaution;
  • regularly check your institutional email account (student’s number@stud.unive.it);
  • respect all the procedures and deadlines and contact the International Office - Mobility Unit promptly in case of any problems regarding your mobility.

Confirmation of Arrival

When registering as an Erasmus+ student, fill in and have the Erasmus Office of the host university sign the confirmation of arrival. Send it as soon as possible (and in any case within 7 days from the beginning of the activities abroad) to the International Office- Mobility Unit via email ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The date on the confirmation of arrival cannot be prior to the starting date stated on your Grant Agreement.

Changes to the OLA

In case you need to modify your OLA, you can use the OLA platform. The changes must be signed by both your academic coordinators and must be sent to our office within 30 days from the start of your courses.

If you are not able to respect this deadline, please get in touch with us immediately ( erasmusout@unive.it). 

Internship during the Erasmus+ mobility for studies

As described in the Call for Applications, you may undertake an internship during your Erasmus+ mobility for studies. Remember that:

  • you will be able to carry out the internship during your mobility period, as for your Grant Agreement, including periods of extension requested as described below;
  • you must include the activity in your OLA;
  • the traineeship must be carried out under the patronage of the host university. This means that NO agreement between Ca' Foscari and the institution where the traineeship will be carried out at must be sealed;
  • at the end of the traineeship, the host institution must issue a report of the activities that you carried out, including their duration (days and hours) and a final evaluation.

Request for extension

If you wish to extend your mobility period, you must do the following at least one month before the date of expected end of mobility as per your Grant Agreement:

  • fill in the Extension of the mobility period form;
  • if you wish to extend your one- semester mobility for another term, you will have to change your OLA and add the activities that you wish to carry out during the extension period. 
  • get the form signed and send it via email to the International Office - Mobility Unit ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The period of extension may be financed with Erasmus+ EU funds and/or University funds provided the financial availability, in accordance with art. 6 of the 2021-2022 Erasmus+ Study Programme Call for applications.

Before your return

Confirmation of departure

At the end of your Erasmus+ mobility period, please fill in the Confirmation of Departure and have it signed by the Erasmus Office at your host university. Then, send it to the International Office- Mobility Unit at Ca’ Foscari via email ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The date stated on the document must correspond to the last day of academic activities at the host university and must not be later than the mobility end date stated in your Grant Agreement.

Transcript of records

At the end of their Erasmus+ period, some universities provide students with a Transcript of Records directly. If this is not the case, ask the relevant office at your host university to send this certificate to the International Office-Mobility Unit via email ( erasmusout@unive.it). Remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that the Transcript of Records is sent to Ca' Foscari. 
The Transcript is usually issued approximately one month after the end of the mobility period.

If you plan to graduate immediately after the end of your mobility, please make sure that the Transcript is issued on time, according to Ca' Foscari deadlines and inform the International Office -Mobility Unit as soon as possible. 

Upon return from your mobility period

You will be able to carry out academic activities at Ca' Foscari starting from the day following the date of conclusion of your mobility written on your Confirmation of Departure.

Recognition of exams

If the host institution has sent you the Transcript of Records, send it to the International Office- Mobility Unit ( erasmusout@unive.it) as soon as possible. 
As soon as we receive the document, we will contact you to inform you about the exams recognition procedure. 

The conversion of exams must be carried out according to the Recognition of Study- abroad Periods section of the website.

Once we receive the Credit Recognition form signed by your academic coordinator, we will forward it to the Student Administration Unit so that the exams can be registered into your online booklet (libretto).

Please remember that:

  • It is not possible to refuse the exam grades featured as passed into the Transcript of Records;
  • It is not possible to carry out the recognition of partial exams at Ca' Foscari. In case you only pass some of the components needed for the recognition of a single exam at Ca' Foscari, those components will be registered with their original title as extra credits within the limits of your study plan;
  • exams not included in both your Transcript of Records and OLA will not be recognised. The titles of the exams and their credits must be the same in all documents, otherwise they will not be recognised.

In order to allow the International Office - Mobility Unit to submit the Final Report of the Programme, you must submit all the documentation regarding your mobility by 03/10/2022.

Participant Report (EU SURVEY)

At the end of the credit recognition procedure, you will be requested to complete your Individual Participant Report (EU SURVEY). This will be activated for you by the International Office - Mobility Unit, which wil inform you via email as soon as the survey is available.

Buddy programmes and student associations

The Buddy programmes offer a helping hand and an opportunity for language and cultural exchange between international and Ca’ Foscari students. After your return you can continue to enjoy an international university experience by participating in the Ca’ Foscari Buddy Programme or by joining one of the student associations at our university.

For more information go to the section of the website dedicated to Buddy Programmes and to student associations.


Procedures for outgoing Erasmus students a.y. 2020/2021

The procedures hereby described are referred to outgoing Erasmus+ students who have officially been selected for an Erasmus+ mobility, and who have correctly accepted the place.

The new Erasmus+ programme is updated on an ongoing basis by the European Commission and by the Agenzia Nazionale Erasmus+ INDIRE (the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ programme). For this reason procedures and documentation requirements are subject to change. Please make sure to check your institutional email account (student’s number@stud.unive.it) and this web page regularly.

Students who do not comply with all the required procedures, as per the Call for Applications and Annex 4 to the Call or procedures communicated via email, might not be eligible for the final instalment of the grant or - in the most significant cases- might have their mobility cancelled and be asked, as a consequence, to reimburse the whole amount of grant already received. 

Contacts at Ca' Foscari
The International Office – Mobility Unit will help you with all the organisational and administrative aspects of your Erasmus+ mobility. If you have any questions about the contents of courses you will be attending or about transfer of credits, you should contact your Ca' Foscari Academic Coordinator.

Contacts at your host university
The Erasmus Office in your host university will be your main contact for all issues related to mobility (academic calendar, course programme, accommodation, etc).

Your contacts
From the moment that you accept your place, all communications from the Ca' Foscari International Office will be sent to your institutional account (student’s matriculation number@stud.unive.it). We suggest you to check it regularly.

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After acceptance

Mobility period

Remember that your mobility period at the host university must:

  • last for a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 12 months. Exceptions to the minimum duration (90 days) can be made only in case the partner university declares that the official term lasts for less than the expected minimum duration;
  • take place between 01/06/2020 and 30/09/2021;
  • take place without interruption (you are not allowed to carry out any academic activity nor to take any exam at Ca' Foscari during your mobility);
  • may be reduced only for reasons of force majeure supported by documentation, upon approval of both universities. The mobility period must still last for at least 90 days except for the above-mentioned cases. If you reduce the mobility period you cannot ask for an extension later;
  • may be extended; to find out how, see the section “Before your Return”.

 

Documentation required by your host university (application procedure)

Check the application procedures and deadlines for incoming Erasmus students on your host university website and factsheet. It is your responsibility to prepare and submit the necessary documentation within the deadlines established by the host university, which might turn down your application if you fail to submit the documents on time. Before submitting your application to the partner university, you will have to be notified via email about your nomination by the International Office - Mobility Unit (nomination procedure). Priority may be given to nominations of students leaving in the first semester and, in any case, to nominations whose deadline is tighter.

Unless the host university requires you to submit your Learning Agreement in order to complete your application, you will need to fill-in this document subsequently, before signing the Grant Agreement as per what described below.

Remember we are happy to help you in preparing your documentation. Just contact the International Office – Mobility Unit via phone or email or book an appointment during office hours.

Travel documents

ID or passport
Check that your ID or passport are valid for the entire mobility period. Some non-EU countries participating in the Programme (like Turkey) require an entry visa, which must be applied for in advance at the host country’s embassy/consulate in Italy.
For more information, please see www.viaggiaresicuri.it.

Health insurance 
Contact your local health authority (ASL) to find out if your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) entitles you to healthcare in your chosen destination country or whether you require supplementary health insurance. For detailed information on all countries see the website of the Ministry of Health.

Permit of Stay (for extra- EU students)
If you are a Degree- Seeker student with a permit of stay, make sure that it is valid for travelling in the country of destination and that it is not expiring during the mobility period. It is your responsibility to get in contact with the International Office – Mobility Unit in order to receive the necessary support. 

Before the Mobility

Learning Agreement

Before signing the Grant Agreement, a document without which you cannot start your mobility, you will have to fill in the Learning Agreement, a document listing all the activities you will carry out during your mobility and their recognition at Ca' Foscari upon your return.

In order to prepare your Learning Agreement you must:

  • check the website of the host university and find the modules that can be compatible with your study plan, as per what specified for each destination;
  • prepare a draft of your Learning Agreement;
  • Get in contact with your academic coordinator at Ca' Foscari (Departmental Coordinator) to have it approved and signed. Remember to submit together with the draft of your Learning Agreement also the syllabuses of the modules you have selected;
  • Submit your L.A. to the host institution to have it signed by your Coordinator abroad.

 

News for departures during the 2nd semester of a.y. 2020/2021: 

Starting from a.y. 2021/2022, a new Erasmus Programme will start. Among various innovations, this will also entail the digitalisation of the administrative procedures connected to the mobility.

Starting from a.y. 2021/2022 the use of the Online Learning Agreement (OLA) will become mandatory, and the OLA will thus replace the printed version of the document.
Ca’ Foscari University has decided to test the use of the OLA since the 2nd semester of a.y. 2020/2021.
The International Office will e-mail both students and professors the necessary instructions to use this innovative tool.

The Learning Agreement must be sent via email to the International Office - Mobility Unit (erasmusout@unive.it) exclusively in PDF format before signing the Grant Agreement. The document must be signed by yourself, your Academic Coordinator at Ca' Foscari and your coordinator at the host institution.

 

Learning Agreement for Research Activities

If you are a BA or MA student, you can fill in the Learning Agreement for Research Activities only in addition to the Learning Agreement for Studies. If you are a PhD student, you can fill in only the Learning Agreement for Research Activities.

In this document, you will have to describe the research activities you will carry out during your Erasmus+ mobility, as agreed with your thesis supervisor at Ca’ Foscari.

The document must be signed by you, your thesis supervisor and by your Erasmus+ academic coordinators and must be sent via email to the International Office – Mobility Unit exclusively in PDF format.

N.B you do not need to be assigned a tutor by the host university: you can carry out the research activity independently.

Grant Agreement

Before leaving, you must sign in person your Grant Agreement, without which your mobility cannot start. In the weeks following the acceptance of the place, you will be contacted via email at your institutional email account by the International Office- Mobility Unit that will inform you about the date and place of the meetings organised for this purpose. Please make sure to follow all the instructions and to meet all deadlines.

Online Linguistic Support

After signing the Grant Agreement you will be assigned an online language test that is mandatory for all students participating in the Programme and that you must complete within 10 days from the allocation. You can find more information at erasmusplusols.eu/it/.
The test does not replace the certification that may be required by your host university, unless specified by the latter.  During the final month of your mobility you will be required to take another test so that you can track the progress of your language skills. Those who do not take both tests, will not be eligible to receive the final instalment of the grant.
The language of the test will be the one spoken in the country where your mobility takes place. In case it is not available, you will have to take the test in the teaching language at the host institution.

During your mobility period you may also take an optional online language course.
This course will be automatically activated if you obtain in the first assessment a result between A1 and B1 QCER levels, depending on the language allocated.

If your mother tongue is the same as the language of instruction at your host university, you will be exempted from taking both OLS tests. You might request to take the OLS test and benefit from the OLS course in the language spoken in the country of your destination- if different from the language of instruction.

During the mobility

During your mobility remember to:

  • send us the necessary documents via email ( erasmusout@unive.it). You must not send us the originals, but always keep them for precaution;
  • regularly check your institutional email account (student’s number@stud.unive.it);
  • respect all the procedures and deadlines and contact the International Office - Mobility Unit promptly in case of any problems regarding your mobility.

Confirmation of Arrival

When registering as an Erasmus+ student, fill in and have the Erasmus Office of the host university sign the confirmation of arrival. Send it as soon as possible (and in any case within 7 days from the beginning of the activities abroad) to the International Office- Mobility Unit via email ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The date on the confirmation of arrival cannot be prior to the starting date indicated in your Grant Agreement.

Changes to the Learning Agreement

In case you need to modify your Learnign Agreement, you must fill in a Changes to the Learning Agreement form. It must be signed by your Erasmus coordinator at the host university and by your academic coordinator at Ca' Foscari and sent via email ( erasmusout@unive.it) to the International Office- Mobility Unit. The Changes to the Learning Agreement form should only be used for changing the courses listed in the Learning Agreement or adding new courses. Courses that remain unchanged do not have to be included in the Changes form.

You have 30 days from the start of your courses to make any necessary changes. If you are not able to respect this deadline, please get in touch with us immediately ( erasmusout@unive.it).
Remember that no further changes will be accepted after your return.

Internship during the Erasmus+ mobility for studies

As described in the Call for Applications, you may undertake an internship during your Erasmus+ study programme. Remember that:

  • you will be able to carry out the internship during your mobility period, as for your Grant Agreement, including periodsd of extension requested as described below;
  • you must include the activity in the Learning Agreement or in the Changes to the Learning Agreement;
  • the traineeship must be carried out under the patronage of the host university. This means that NO agreement between Ca' Foscari and the institution where the traineeship will be carried out at must be sealed;
  • at the end of the traineeship, the host institution must issue a report of the activities that you carried out, including their duration (days and hours) and a final evaluation.

Request for extension

If you wish to extend your mobility period, you must do the following at least one month before the date of expected return as per your Grant Agreement:

  • fill in the Extension of the mobility period form;
  • if you wish to extend your one- semester mobility for another term, you will have to fill in a Changes to the Learning Agreement form adding the activities that you wish to carry out during the extension period. 
  • get the form signed and send them via email to the International Office - Mobility Unit ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The period of extension may be financed with Erasmus+ EU funds and/or University funds provided the financial availability, in accordance with art. 6 of the 2020-2021 Erasmus+ Study Programme Call for applications.

Before your return

Confirmation of departure

At the end of your Erasmus+ mobility period, please fill in the Confirmation of Departure and take it to the Erasmus Office at your host university for the signature. Then, send it to the International Office- Mobility Unit at Ca’ Foscari via email ( erasmusout@unive.it).

The date written on it must correspond to the last day of academic activities at the host university and must not be later than the mobility end date stated in your Grant Agreement.

Transcript of records

At the end of their Erasmus+ period, some universities provide students with a Transcript of Records directly. If this is not the case, ask the relevant office at your host university to send this certificate to the International Office-Mobility Unit via email ( erasmusout@unive.it) or post (Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia – International Office- Mobility Unit - Dorsoduro 3246 - 30123 Venice - Italy). Remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that the Transcript of Records is sent to Ca' Foscari.
The Transcript is usually issued approximately one month after the end of the mobility period.

If you plan to graduate in the graduation session immediately after the end of your mobility, please make sure that the Transcript is issued on time, according to Ca' Foscari deadlines and inform the International Office -Mobility Unit as soon as possible. 

Upon return from your mobility

You will be able to carry out academic activities at Ca' Foscari starting from the day following the date written on your Confirmation of Departure.

In addition, remember to take the final Online Linguistic Support language test. 

Recognition of exams

If the host institution has sent you the Transcript of Records, send it to the International Office- Mobility Unit ( erasmusout@unive.it) as soon as possible. 

As soon as we receive the document, we will contact you to inform you about the exams recognition procedure. Since it may vary from one department to another, please wait for our instructions.
The conversion of exams must be carried out according to the Recognition of Study- abroad Periods section of the website.

Once we receive the Credit Recognition form from either the academic coordinator or the Campus, we will forward it to the Student Administration Unit so that the exams can be registered into your online study plan.

Please remember that:

  • It is not possible to refuse the exam grades featured as passed into the Transcript of Records;
  • It is not possible to carry out the recognition of partial exams at Ca' Foscari. In case you only pass some of the components needed for the recognition of a single exam at Ca' Foscari, those components will be registered with their original title as extra credits within the limits imposed by your study plan;
  • It is not possible to recognise exams which are not present both in the Transcript of Records and in the Learning Agreement (or in the Changes to the Learning Agreement). The titles of the exams and the relative credits must be the same in all documents, otherwise they will not be recognised.

In order to allow the International Office - Mobility Unit to submit the Final Report of the Programme, you must submit all the documentation regarding your mobility by 04/10/2021.

Participant Report (EU SURVEY)

At the end of the credit recognition procedure, you will be requested to complete your Individual Participant Report (EU SURVEY). This will be activated for you by the International Office - Mobility Unit, which wil inform you via email as soon as the survey will be available.

Buddy programmes and student associations

The Buddy programmes offer a helping hand and an opportunity for language and cultural exchange between international and Ca’ Foscari students. After your return you can continue to enjoy an international university experience by participating in the Ca’ Foscari Buddy Programme or by joining one of the student associations at our university.

For more information go to the section of the website dedicated to Buddy Programmes and to student associations.