Outgoing students

Dear students,
please, go to this link to have all kind of information about LLP-Erasmus.

  • Erasmus+ for studies 2nd call for application 2021/22
  • Attachment I – Provisions related to the mobility period
  • Attachmeent II – Exemption from the linguistic test
  • Attachment III – Additional requirements and selection criteria related to specific Erasmus areas
  • List of locations

Something not to forget:

  • your academic career goes on also in Pavia: remember to pay your Home University fees and fill in your study plan according to the Italian deadline;
  • changes to the learning agreement have to be accepted by Prof. Paola Cerchiello, Italian Erasmus delegate, so please send her an email and wait for an answer before filling in a new learning agreement;
  • you can’t do Italian exams while you are abroad;
  • you cannot choose in your learning agreement these Italian exams (undergraduating students);
  • you have to convert at least one exam taken abroad, once back; please, contact the Erasmus Office of the Department and the Student Mobility Office to fulfill all necessary burocracy, and send to Mr. Franceschini, Erasmus vice-delegate at Departmental Erasmus office, this document for exams conversion;
  • Please refer to this webpage to consult the grades matching tables.

ERASMUS INFODAY REGISTRATION OF 8 FEBRUARY 2022 AT 10 AM

MARKS CONVERSION SYSTEM

As regards the conversion of the marks, this is the formula that will be applied: the marks of the exams got abroad will be converted in according to the conversion tables of marks established between partners. It is possible that the resulting conversion mark corresponds to two possibilities:

  1. 1. if the range of values contains three or more grades, the median grade of the range will be assigned.
  2. 2. if, however, there are only two marks in the range, will be choosen the minimun or maximun value taking into account the overall performance of abroad studies.

It’s easy that the number of credits of single foreign exams doesn’t correspond to italian number of credits, and it’s likely may encounter the following three cases:

  • the number of credits of foreign exam is slightly lower than Italian exam to be converted, [e.g., 4,5 ECTS => 6 CFU]. It is possible to maintain this conversion credits ratio (if the total credit conversion is balanced [e.g. 35 ECTS => 35 CFU]) ;
  • the number of credits of foreign exam is lower than Italian exam to be converted, [e.g., 3 / 6 ECTS => 9 CFU]. In this case, the student has to merge more foreign exams. The conversion will be calculated according to the conversion table established between the partners, taking into account the above two possibilities;
  • the number of credits of the foreign exam is higher than that of the Italian exam to be converted, [e.g. 9 ECTS => 6 CFU]. In this case, and if necessary, the remaining credits of the foreign exam can be added to other foreign exams to convert the remaining Italian exams. In the case in which, at the end of the conversion, some extra foreign credits result, at the indisputable discretion of the commission that deals with the conversion, it will be possible to attribute some extra points among the votes already attributed.
  • The conversion will be calculated according to the conversion table established between the partners, taking into account the above two possibilities.