ERASMUS +

programma europeo di mobilità per studio

International Office – dott. Emanuele Mino
international@accademialigustica.it

Erasmus +coordinator – prof. Davide Zanoletti
d.zanoletti@accademialigustica.it

Erasmus + Office – dott. Emanuele Mino
erasmus@accademialigustica.it

INCOMING STUDENTS

All students from our partner institutions are welcome in our Academy and they are accepted in according to the rules decided by EU for the Erasmus+ programme.  Our deadlines are:

For the first semester:
• Nomination: 30th May
• Application: 30th June

For the second semester:
• Nomination: 30th October
• Application: 30th November

The International Office of the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti deals with the agreements for exchange with partners institutions and coordinates the processes related to incoming and outgoing mobility.

The students and who wish to study for a period at the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti, after they have been selected by their schools, must send the following documents within the given deadline:

Incoming Students Application Form;
• Learning Agreement*;
• Cv and portfolio (digital version low resolution max 10MB);
• Copy of identity card or passport.

All documents should be submitted by email to erasmus@accademialigustica.it


SELECTION PROCEDURE AND ACCEPTANCE
The applications will be selected on the basis of the portfolio/application and subject, and also considering the balance between incoming/outgoing students. Results will be communicated by email within 30 days from the application deadline.

Important: we invite the students to consider the minimum level of Italian required (B1). There is a mandatory Italian test at the beginning of the semester: this test does not aim to prevent anyone from following our courses, it is only meant to understand if the student must attend a preliminary Italian course. 2 weeks before starting the semester the students must come here to the Amalelingue office for a welcoming meeting and for the Italian language test. You can contact them via email sending a message to erasmus@amalelingue.it.

ENROLLMENT
Incoming students previously accepted by their institution must contact the International Office of the Accademia Ligustica (email) in order to be registered and receive the student transcript card with their registration number.

END OF THE STUDY PERIOD
After the period of studies and exams, students will receive:
• Certificate of Attendance;
• Transcript of Records (it certifies exams passed and the number of ECTS).

CREDIT SYSTEM (ECTS)
The Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti follows the ECTS system, applying it in accordance with the principles of the ECTS Guide.

COURSE STUDY
Study Guide
Study Plans

If you need any help looking for a house/room, you can check the following links:
ErasmusU housing and support
Aliseo – Alloggi

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us! (erasmus@accademialigustica.it)

 

 

OUTGOING STUDENTS

The Erasmus+ KA1 for “Mobility for Study” and “Mobility for Traineeship” is a Program promoted by European Union which allows students to spend a period of study at a European Academy/University that has signed an Agreement with the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti di Genova.

The student who leaves for mobility receives a financial contribution and can follow courses using the facilities at the receiving Institution without paying additional University fees, with a guarantee of full recognition of the activities included in the Learning Agreement (LA).

All offered destinations are presented in the partner list.

Students of the First and Second Level Academic Diploma of the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti di Genova can participate in the program. The exam grades conversion chart can be found here.

 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
Below the application requirements to apply for the Erasmus Mobility Grant:

• enrollment at the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti di Genova;
• appropriate knowledge of English Language and/or the language of receiving Institution (for this reason some language courses will be established by European Community)
• not be a beneficiary of another financial contributes provided by European Community.

 

SELECTIONS
The Erasmus Commission will evaluate the student applications in order to draw up a ranking.

The selection criteria adopted by Commission are: works carried out, evaluation of artistic and professional curriculum, number of exams taken and passed, evaluation of English language or the language of receiving Institution chosen by the candidate.


For any questions, do not hesitate to contact us! e
rasmus@accademialigustica.it

COURSE CATALOGUE AND CONVERSION CHART

All theory lessons are usually held in Italian.

If you check courses and teachers page you can find a brief description about the recommended subjects for the first and the second level diploma.
The recommended courses are highlighted in grey.

Here you can find the exam grades conversion chart.

Our Academy relies on the OLA system, however we ask you to send us a .pdf file of your Learning Agreement. 

Note that your Learning Agreement is not definitive, you will be able to change it until a month since your arrival here.

LEARNING AGREEMENT

The Learning Agreement (LA) is a document which indicates the correspondence between the subjects that the student would follow in the sending Institution and those he intends to follow at the receiving Institution.

The Learning Agreement must be completed online (OLA) via the following platform https://learning-agreement.eu/

STUDY DESTINATIONS

ANNECY, FRANCE (F ANNECY13)
École supérieure d’art Annecy Alps
4 scolarships
Language requirements: French B1 or English B1

PARIGI, FRANCE (F PARIS008)
Université Paris 8
4 scolarships
Language requirements: French B2

BONN, GERMANY (D ALFTER01)
Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences –Alfter (Bonn)
2 scolarships
Language requirements: German B2 or EnglishB2

ELCHE, SPAIN (E ELCHE01)
Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche
4 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish B1

GRANADA, SPAIN (E GRANADA01) 
Facultad de Bellas Artes – Universidad de Granada
4 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish B1

COMPLUTENSE MADRID, SPAIN (E MADRID03)
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
2 scolarships
Lingua richiesta: spagnolo B1

ESD MADRID, SPAIN (E MADRID153)
Escuela Superior de Diseño de Madrid
2 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish B1

TAI MADRID, SPAIN (E MADRID197)
Escuela de Arte
2 scolarships
Lingua richiesta: spagnolo B1

SARAGOZZA, SPAIN (E ZARAGOZ01)
Universidad de Zaragoza
2 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish B1

SIVIGLIA, SPAIN (E SEVILLA01)
Universidad de Sevilla
4 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish B1 or English B2

TENERIFE, SPAIN (E TENERIF14)
Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseño Fernando Estévez
2 scolarships
Language requirements: Spanish A1 or English A1

CLUJ-NAPOCA, ROMANIA (RO CLUJNAP06)
Romania Universitatea de Arta si Design Cluj – Napoca
4 scolarships
Language requirements: English B1 o Romanian B1

POZNAN, POLAND (PL POZNAN12)
University of the Arts Poznań
4 scolarships
Language requirements: English B1 o Polish B1

WROCLAW, POLAND (PL WROCLAW01)
University of the Arts Wroclaw
4 scolarships
Instytut Historii Sztuki
4 scolarships
Language requirements: English B2 or Polish B2

SPLIT, CROATIA (HR SPLIT01)
Sveuciliste u Splitu
2 scolarships
Language requirements: English B2