Alma universitas studiorum parmensis A.D. 962 - Università di Parma

Available programs

ERASMUS+ SMS (Mobility for Study) is open to Cycle I, II and III students interested in spending a period of study at the University of Parma lasting between 2 and 12 months. The mobility period can also be integrated with an internship period. In case of mixed mobility, the minimum duration of physical mobility is 2 months.

Study periods can be carried out in different ways, depending on personal, institutional or circumstantial conditions. The University of Parma encourages, supports and facilitates the following types of mobility:

Physical Mobility: physical presence at the University of Parma for the duration of the exchange period;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preferences and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of eligible mobility depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

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ERASMUS+ SMP (Student Mobility for Placement) is mobility for those who want to do an internship instead of study. The University of Parma offers numerous internship opportunities to choose from among the University's departments and administrative offices. Among the most prominent opportunities is the Teaching Placement project, dedicated to internship activities to be carried out within Parma's middle and high schools, working alongside teachers in the classroom.

The internship periods can be carried out in different ways, depending on personal, institutional or circumstantial conditions. The University of Parma encourages, supports and facilitates the following types of mobility:

Physical Mobility: physical presence at the University of Parma for the duration of the exchange period;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preferences and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of eligible mobility depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

OVERWORLD, when the mobility takes place outside the Erasmus+ Program and, in general, from a partner university that has an agreement with the University of Parma.

Study or internship exchange periods can take place in different ways, depending on personal, institutional or circumstantial conditions. The University of Parma encourages, supports and facilitates the following types of mobility:

Physical Mobility: physical presence at the University of Parma for the duration of the exchange period;
Online Mobility: attending courses in virtual mode, without moving from the Homeland to Parma;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preferences and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of mobility eligible depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

The ERASMUS+ BIP (Blended Intensive Programmes) are short-term programs that include a virtual and a physical mobility period. These programs are jointly organized and managed by at least three universities from three countries participating in the Erasmus+ Program. Participating students attend joint classes on specific topics. Some BIPs are open to all students, while others are limited to the universities organizing the educational project. Check the page to see if you find a program that interests you.

ERASMUS+ ICM KA171 (International Credit Mobility),

consisting of exchanges with partner institutions having a KA171 collaborative project with the University of Parma.

Periods of study or internship exchange can be carried out in different ways, depending on personal, institutional or circumstantial conditions. The University of Parma encourages, supports and facilitates the following types of mobility:

Physical Mobility: physical presence at the University of Parma for the duration of the exchange period;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preferences and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of eligible mobility depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

W.I.D.E. is a University Program that enables collaborative study programs between the University of Parma and its partner universities.

The study periods can be carried out in different ways, depending on the type of existing project. W.I.D.E. promotes and encourages the following types of mobility:

Online Mobility: course attendance in virtual mode, without travel from the Homeland to Parma;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preference and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of mobility eligible depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

 

DOUBLE DEGREE MOBILITY. This type of mobility, which can fall under both the ERASMUS+ and OVERWORLD Program, involves a period of study aimed at obtaining a double degree (University of origin and University of Parma).

The study periods can be carried out in different ways, depending on the structure of the agreements that define the operation of each individual dual degree program. The University of Parma encourages, supports and facilitates the following types of mobility:

Physical Mobility: physical presence at the University of Parma for the duration of the exchange period;
Online Mobility: attending courses in virtual mode, without moving from the Homeland to Parma;
Blended Mobility: a mix of physical and online mobility; the student may choose to alternate between physical and online mobility, depending on personal preferences and specific circumstances.
There may be some limitations on the types of mobility eligible depending on the specific objectives of the exchange, as well as the provisions of the Mobility Program under which the exchange takes place.

How to

The steps necessary for your admission involve the following actions:

  • NOMINATION: your home university must inform us of your selection as an exchange student at this university;
  • APPLICATION: following your nomination, you will be contacted by our Offices to proceed with your application;
  • PREPARING YOUR ARRIVAL IN PARMA: The Erasmus and International Home is organizing a series of webinars to provide information regarding registration procedures, organizing your arrival in Parma, and services provided by the University for exchange students. Attend to get all the necessary information about courses offered by UniPR, academic calendar and other important details.
  • REQUEST YOUR TAX CODE: In order to access the services of the University of Parma, you must be enrolled, and therefore you will need the Tax Code.

For an overview of the different stages of your mobility experience and for more details on each stage, we recommend that you carefully read the Exchange Student Handbook.

Useful information and reference figures

On this page you can find all the information you need to know about the details of each University department and useful contacts for planning your study program.

The page dedicated to useful information and reference figures contains the list of professors who make up the Departments' International Mobility Commissions, that is, the professors who are responsible for the organization and planning of all mobility and exchange activities for their Department of reference; here you can also find the Info Sheet of each Department, which contain specific information about the University of Parma and its Departments in relation to the requirements (including linguistic) and conditions to be met in order to plan one's mobility period.

Here you can find an extract with main dates for lectures and exam sessions.

Below, you can review the webinars dedicated to incoming students:

Tax Code

The Tax Code (Fiscal Code - CF) is a personal identification code that must be used for various tasks and services (e.g., apartment rental contract, health insurance, opening a bank account, purchasing a phone SIM card, etc.) and is necessary to complete your registration as a student at the University of Parma.

Non-Italian citizens staying (even temporarily) in Italy for purposes other than tourism must to obtain a Fiscal Code.

(During online enrollment, during Phase A of the application process, the system automatically generated a temporary CF for you, which is not valid for purposes other than registration with the Unipr system.)

How you can obtain your tax identification number:

  1. If you are a EU citizen you can obtain your CF through our Office.
    To activate the CF application procedure, you can fill out this form and send to incoming@unipr.it your personal identification document (Passport or ID card).
  2. If you are a non-EU citizen you can apply for the CF at the appropriate Embassy/Consulate along with your visa application (once issued, please email a copy to incoming@unipr.it ). If this is not possible, once you have obtained your visa, refer to the procedure mentioned above for EU students, keep in mind that as additional documents, we will need a copy of your passport and visa.
  3. If you are a non-EU citizen, but live and study in Europe, you need to send a copy of your passport and residence permit to incoming@unipr.it.

Important - The email requesting the tax code, must state in the object: tax code request.

Make an appointment at the Erasmus and International Home

The Erasmus and International Home office is accessible by appointment, which can be booked on this page

Two types of reservations are available:

  • Incoming Exchange Students - Erasmus and International Home, for initial registration upon arrival in Parma, available in September and October for first semester arrivals, and a second period in January and February for second semester arrivals.
  • Erasmus and International Home - UO Internationalization, for needs other than registration, active throughout the year.

Please read the attached guide below carefully to make your reservation correctly.

 

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