Erasmus+: School of Economics and Political Science - DSEA

This page contains specific information for students enrolled in courses of the School of Economics and Political Science - Department of Economics and Management “Marco Fanno” (DSEA).

For any other enquiries regarding Erasmus+ For Studies, you should refer to the general information provided in the Call.

Mobility Unit Desk
Enrico Soncin
Department of Economics and Management “Marco Fanno”
Sede didattica via U. Bassi, 1 - V piano
Tel. +39 049 827 1290/1232, Fax +39 049 827 1225
E-mail: international.economia@unipd.it
You can book an appointment with the departmental International Office through a dedicated platform.

Academic coordinator
Martina Celidoni
Department of Economics and Management (DSEA)
Via del Santo 33 - Padova
E-mail: international.economia@unipd.it 

 

Call 2021/22

  Partner universities

Students should consult the websites of partner Universities paying close attention to the academic courses on offer and the area of discipline. They have to ask the Mobility Unit Desk within the Department of Economics and Management about the courses they are going to take at the partner University, which will  be listed in the activity proposal attached to the application.

  Application Process

Students of the Department of Economics can choose 3 destinations, in order of preference.

For the application procedure and the relative documentation, consult the page Applying to Erasmus.

  Admission and selection criteria

Students of the Department of Economics can participate in the Erasmus+ studies call only if they are regularly enrolled in the second year of a first cycle degree programme or in the first year of a master degree programme.

Whenever specific selection criteria is applied, details can be found on the Department’s webpage.

  List of successful applicants

  • Publication of list of successful students First Call: from 8th April 2021
  • Publication of list of successful students Second Call: from 16th June 2021

The lists will be published exclusively on the bullet-in board for the International Office at the students’ respective School or Department and on the Erasmus+ for studies page. These will be the only methods of publication.

There will be no personal communications, neither written nor by telephone.

Successful students must accept their place according to the procedures and deadlines indicated on the page Accept Erasmus Place

  Learning Agreement

Students must fill in the Learning Agreement on Uniweb before their departure. The LA must include the online links to the programmes of the courses to be attended abroad.

Once the LA has been approved on Uniweb, the student will have to send it to the Receiving Institution for their final approval.

The same procedure described above is foreseen if the student wants to change their Learning Agreement. The student is allowed to change it only once per semester and no later than 15 days from the starting date of the classes at the host University. It is highly recommended to keep a copy of any documentation.

The approval of the study plan is based on the similarity between the courses offered by the home institution and the ones chosen by the student, available at the host Institution. It is possible in most cases, to match a course from your original study plan to an equivalent one offered by the partner University.  Students must keep in mind that their chosen courses abroad must match to the Italian courses from the same academic year, in which the mobility takes place.

The language courses, worth a maximum of 6 credits, can be added to the LA only if the chosen language is the official one spoken in the host country.

Only full exams and courses can be recognised. Exams and courses not fully completed will not be taken into consideration in the recognition.

  Recognition of exams and credit transfer

After receiving the Transcript of Records, the International Office at the Department will contact you to recognise examinations.

If the partner University uses the ECTS or a system that allows the direct conversion of educational credits into ECTS credits, the activity carried out abroad will be recognised in accordance with the approved Learning Agreement and table, pursuant to the guidelines detailed in the decision of the Academic Senate on 13/04/2015.

Foreign grades can instead be converted to the ECTS system by using the official table set by UNIPD.

The conversion from ECTS grades to Italian ones (expressed in a thirty-point scale) will be applied in accordance with European rules outlined in the ECTS grade distribution table.