Please note that the Albertina Academy does not provide exchange students with accommodation.
- Utilize online platforms like Erasmus Student Network (ESN), housing websites, or social media groups dedicated to students in your destination city. These platforms often have listings from both students and landlords.
Collegio Einaudi : https://www.collegioeinaudi.it/
EDISU : https://www.edisu.piemonte.it/en/services/living
- Begin your search well in advance to have a broader range of options. Popular destinations may have high demand for accommodation, so starting early increases your chances of finding suitable housing.
- If you can't secure permanent accommodation before arrival, consider booking temporary accommodation like a hostel or hotel for your first few days. This will give you time to explore the city and finalize your housing arrangements.
Connect with Peers
- Reach out to other Erasmus students who may already be in the host city or those planning to go. They can share insights, tips, and possibly even recommend accommodation options.
- Before finalizing any accommodation, read reviews or testimonials from previous tenants. This can give you an idea of the living conditions and help you make an informed decision.
The language of instruction for courses during your Erasmus+ mobility period can vary depending on the specific program you are enrolled in.
- We offer courses in English to accommodate international students, especially in our bachelor's and master's programs. We will promptly provide the list of all courses offered in the English language as soon as possible.
Language Proficiency Requirements:
- Some programs may have language proficiency requirements, even if they offer courses in English. You may need to demonstrate your proficiency in English through EU academy certificate
- We also provide language support services, including language courses or language exchange programs. Take advantage of these resources to enhance your language skills and immerse yourself in the local culture.
Language Learning Opportunities:
- Your Erasmus experience can also be an excellent opportunity to learn or improve your language skills. Engaging with locals, participating in language exchange programs, and practicing the language in real-life situations can contribute to your linguistic development.
Yes, the Erasmus office for exchange programs at the host institution can provide guidance on making changes to your schedule and assist you in navigating any administrative processes.
- Be aware of the exam schedule, including dates, times, and locations. Ensure that you know when and where your exams will take place.
- Please ensure that you bring a valid form of identification, such as a student ID card or passport. Additionally, it is mandatory to request the exam papers from the Erasmus office and personally collect them from Erasmus officer.
Language of Exam:
- Confirm whether the exam will be in the language you are comfortable with. If you have any concerns about language barriers, address them in advance.
- If you require special accommodations due to a documented disability or other reasons, contact the institution's disability services office well in advance to make necessary arrangements.
A "codice fiscale" is an Italian tax code, similar to a social security number or a national identification number in other countries. It is a unique identification code that is used for various administrative and financial purposes in Italy. The codice fiscale is issued by the Italian Revenue Agency (Agenzia delle Entrate) and is required for a variety of transactions and services.
It's important to note that the codice fiscale is not a form of identification with a photograph, and it does not confer citizenship or residency status. It is simply a unique identification code used for administrative and fiscal purposes. If you are in Italy and require a codice fiscale, you can inquire at the local Agenzia delle Entrate office or at specific designated locations that provide this service.
Review the Initial Learning Agreement:
- Carefully review the initial Learning Agreement you submitted before your mobility period. Identify the changes you wish to make and be specific about the modifications needed.
Complete Necessary Forms:
- Please complete any forms or documentation specified by both your home and host institutions for amending the Learning Agreement. We generally recommend using the OLA system to facilitate this process."
As your Erasmus+ mobility period concludes, it's important to take certain steps to ensure a smooth transition and to wrap up your experience effectively.
- Ensure that you have completed all academic requirements, including exams, assignments, and any other obligations outlined in your Learning Agreement.
Return Library Materials:
- Return any library books or materials you borrowed from the host institution's library.
Transcript of Records:
- Confirm that we will send your Transcript of Records to your home institution. This document is essential for the recognition of credits earned during your mobility period.