Apply for a unique experience at Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona: join a vibrant and creative community!
Strongly research-oriented, Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona pays particular attention to the development of all the disciplines of its education courses through an intense program of initiatives aimed at integrating training, experimentation and production of contemporary creative languages involving other institutions, organizations and companies at regional, national and international level. Students are trained to be independent, defining their territories, building up their activities and inventing new forms and entirely original skills in the field of visual and applied arts, design and restoration.
All programs within the same cycle of study are available to Erasmus+ students. An exchange student must be a student at one of our partner institutes.
1st semester: June 1st |
2nd semester: November 1st |Full academic year: June 1st
1st semester: June 30th |
2nd semester: November 30th| Full academic year: June 30th
STEP 1 An informational e-mail needs to be sent from the partner institution to the IR Office informing us that you are officially selected as an incoming student.
STEP 2 Check all information for incoming students in the Fact Sheet and in the Guidebook
STEP 3 Use the LA template to fill in the Learning Agreement proposal.
Study the “FOCUS ON: Learning Agreement chapter of the Guidebook to fill in all the necessary informations.
Sign the LA proposal and ask your coordinator at Home University to sign it as well.
We strongly advise to use OLA Online Learning-agreement.eu to create your Online Learning Agreement.
STEP 4 Send the following documents to IR Office
• Transcript of past records
• Portfolio (in English as PDF max 10 MB)
• CV (in English as PDF)
• Learning Agreement proposal ( in PDF signed by you and your coordinator)
• ID card (Passport or ID document)
• ID photo (JPEG). Photo will be used in your student card. Picture must meet the requirements specified for official ID-documents (ex. ID-card, passport)
• European Health Insurance Card – EHIC or other Health insurance
STEP 5 Complete the Online Application Form
Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in visual arts, restoration, design and applied arts that are accredited by the MUR (Ministry of University and Research), ensuring equivalent recognition in comparison with other courses in Italy and elsewhere in Europe. Click on the program for its course catalogue.
VISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
Master – Postgraduate | Cultural mediation of art “Atelier Direction”
DESIGN AND APPLIED ARTS DEPARTMENT
Master – Postgraduate | Design “Italian Strategic Design”. Animation & Game Art
Five-year degree course | Restoration PFP1 Profile | Restoration PFP2 Profile
Reccomended language skills: Italian B1
Language of study. Almost all courses of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona are taught in Italian. Some professors may allow students to write assignments and take exams in other languages, namely in English, but this situation can only be agreed upon arrival in each individual case.
Language courses. Free Italian courses are available to Incoming Erasmus+ students at CLA (Centro Linguistico d’Ateneo) For more information, please visit the CLA WEBSITE
Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona does not provide a dormitory for its students, but supports the students with a detailed list of accomodation places in the city.
ADVICE! If you cannot find an accomodation, neither on these groups/ websites a good idea is to ask your Home Coordinator some contacts of other students from your University that are or were in mobility in Verona.
The average cost of a single room can vary from 300 to 600 euros, depending on the area of the city. The center usualy is the most expensive. The average cost of a double room can vary from 300 to 600 euros, depending on the area of the city. The center usualy is the most expensive. The cost of an apartment is from 450 depending on the area of the city. The center usualy is the most expensive.
UNIVERSITALY | If you are an extra EU student, you need to apply for a visa throught the portal Universitaly and then at the Itlian Ambassy in your home country.
Acceptance Letter | Once your admission at Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona will be accepted, you will receive by email an official Acceptance Letter stating the dates of your mobility.
Planning your travel | Once you will receive the Acceptance letter, you can start planning you travel. Use the Travel chapter and Housing chapter of the Guidebook, and visit the Ministero della Salute website for all the Covid Travel restrictions and requirements. We reccomend to arrive few days before the first day of lessons and Welcome day.
Final Learning Agreement | You may receive an email from IR Office with some feedbacks on your LA proposal. Study them with you Home institution coordinator and, if he/she accepts the changes sign the final LA. and send it back to the IR Office.
Academy’s ID | You will receive two emails: • one with your Academy’s institutional email and password • one with your ID and PW to access the NETTUNO “Registro online” APP. where you will find all the courses news
Participate in the Welcome Day | The Welcome Day for Erasmus+ students is always planned in the first day of lessons at 9 AM. Join us to know all your mobility details, your Erasmus+ collegues and to ask us any info or doubt. Check the timetable Check the updated tibetable of the courses you choose. Be aware that timetable may change during the first 10 days of the semester.
Cerificate of Arrival | Schedule an appointment with IR Office in the first week and bring with you an identification document
Codice Fiscale | Codice fiscale is the Italian tax identification number. It is compulsory for those who need to apply for a residence permit or the ones who got an ESU room. It can be useful for other various activities, like opening a bank account. You can find the infos on AGENZIA DELLE ENTRATE WEBSITE.
You can obtain it by filling in the document at THIS LINK and taking it to Agenzia delle Entrate Office in via Fermi 63, Verona.
Participate in the Welcome Day | The Welcome Day for Erasmus+ students is always planned in the first day of lessons at 9 AM. Join us to know all your mobility details, your Erasmus+ colleagues and to ask us any info or doubt.
Check the timetable | Check the updated timetable of the courses you choose. Be aware that timetable may change during the first 10 days of the semester.
Certificate of Arrival | Schedule an appointment with IR Office in the first week and bring with you an identification document
Fiscal Code | Fiscal Code (Codice Fiscale) is the Italian tax identification number. It is compulsory for those who need to apply for a residence permit or the ones who got an ESU room. It can be useful for other various activities, like opening a bank account. You can find the infos on Agenzia delle Entrate website. You can obtain it by filling in the document at THIS LINK and taking it to Agenzia delle Entrate Office in via Fermi 63, Verona.
Advice! Do not ever skip the first days of classes, as it is the best moment you can realize if a subject is appropriate for your study plan. Directly talk with the teachers before or after the first day of class, explaining you are an exchange student and that you could be following his/her class for the rest of the semester. There is a chance that teachers – especially for theoretical classes – will arrange an exam that is more suitable to your language level.
Changes in the Learning Agreement | It is most likely that you will have to make some changes to your study plan, due to a variety of circumstances like timetables conflicts, language barriers, etc. All changes. have to be made during your first month of classes; Whenever you make a change, the L.A. must be signed again by all parties. Therefore, try to condense the changes in just one or two steps.
Residence permit | If you are an EXTRA UE Erasmus+ student and you’re going to stay more than three months in Italy, you must apply for a temporary residency permit within 8 days of your entrance in Italy. The application process is separated in two parts: the Post Office and the Questura.
Certificate of Attendance | At the end of your mobility period, schedule an appointment with the IR Office for your Certificate of Attendance. It is compulsory to bring back to your Home Institution the Certificate in original.
Transcript of Records (TOR) | Within five weeks after the exams period, IR Office will send to your Home Institution the Transcript of Records of the exams you attended at the Academy.
Share your experience! Don’t forget to share some photos of your stay in Verona with us. We will be happy to share it, to further promote Erasmus mobility for students 🙂 Please share your experience at Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona with your colleagues at your Home university.