Code:I ROMA01
Additional language:English
Required level:Italian B1 or English B1
Required level on start:Italian B1 or English B1 (if the courses that you attend are only in english)
Person of contact:Maria Vittoria di Roberto
E-mail:erasmusincoming@uniroma1.it / architetturaerasmus@uniroma1.it
URL of university:http://www.uniroma1.it/
URL of Int Office of the Uni:http://www.uniroma1.it/internazionale
URL of Arch School:http://www.architettura.uniroma1.it/


The Faculty of Architecture in the Universitá di Roma La Sapienza has two different plans of study, Ludovico Quaroni and Valle Giulia. Each plan of study has its own exchange programme, but the difference between them only exist in the courses offered, not in the place of study.

All the architecture courses take place in the center of Rome, in 4 different buildings: Sede di Borghese, Sede di Flaminia, Sede di Gianturco, Sede di Gramsci.

More information: U_I ROMA 01

“With reference to the existing Erasmus agreements between our Institutions for the academic year 2015/2016, please find attached the Application Procedures for incoming students.

As anticipated in the previous years and stated in the Erasmus agreements, for the a.y. 2015/2016, Sapienza will accept only students with an intermediate level of Italian language (i.e. Threshold level B1 or Higher of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).     

Students are supposed to send us the results of the online assessment offered by the Online Linguistic Support (OLS). They can also demonstrate their level of Italian with an official certificate  or alternative qualifications (i.e. certificate issued by the Home University, language centres, etc.). Students have to send a copy of the certificate before the arrival: further information will be sent to them directly. 

Please, note that students that do not achieve an intermediate level of written and spoken Italian (B1 or above) may not be registered in the programmes. 

The list of nominated students must be sent to erasmusincoming@uniroma1.it (Erasmus Office) by: 

– May 15th, 2015  for students coming in the 1st semester or full academic year

– October 15th, 2015  for students coming in the 2nd semester

mentioning the following data:

–  Erasmus  University  code (ex. E MADRID03, TR ISTANBU07 etc.)

–   family name

–   first name

–   gender

–   one valid e-mail address

–   Erasmus Subject Area Code (ex.: 041, 0213, etc.)

– Receiving Faculty at Sapienza University (list of Faculties available at http://www.uniroma1.it/internazionale/studiare-e-lavorare-allestero/erasmusplus/area-gestione/raef)

–   Period of stay (1st semester, 2nd semester, full academic year)

–   Duration of stay (in months) 


For further information, please visit our web-site: http://www.uniroma1.it/erasmusincoming

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