All students selected by their Home Institution, who intend to spend a period of studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona must submit their application following five steps.
|STEP 1||An informational e-mail needs to be sent from the partner institution to the International Relations 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 Erasmus Students’ Guidebook.|
|STEP 3|| Use this template [download] to fill in the Learning Agreement proposal.
All information about Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona you will need to fill in in your LA are added to the template.
When planning your study program at Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona, you should first consult and confirm the requirements with your academic supervisor or coordinator and then fill in the Learning Agreement proposal.
Please check our Course Catalogue, list and syllabuses to choose courses for your LA proposal.
Sign the Learning Agreement and ask to your coordinator at Home University to sign it as well.
We strongly advise to use OLA Online Learning Agreement to create your Online Learning Agreement.
|STEP 4||Please send the following documents to the IR Office.
You will be asked to confirm you sent them in the online application form (next step)
– 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 for incoming students|
All foreign mobility students are officially accepted only upon the confirmation with Letter of Acceptance by the Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona within three weeks by the end of the application period.
Almost all courses of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Verona are taught in Italian. Therefore, we recommend students to have some preparation of Italian before travelling to Verona.
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.