The School participates in the bilateral programs of the European Union for the exchange of students. The activity is regulated by the Erasmus+ University Charter issued to The Institute for Linguistic Mediators of Pisa by the European Commission and coordinated by the National Agency at MIUR (Ministry of Education, University and Research). Under this charter, the School carries out the exchange of students following bilateral agreements with similar European institutions.
The School also regularly activates Erasmus exchanges for teachers to enrich the teaching experience of instructors and to offer the same opportunity to foreign teachers.
The Erasmus+ card also finances, through the provision of scholarships, a placement program in the countries of the European Union to allow recent graduates to carry out an internship at European institutions, organizations and companies.
The School has activated numerous agreements with foreign institutions to allow its students to have an Erasmus experience in accordance with the Erasmus+ Charter.
REQUIREMENTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Students who are enrolled and in compliance with the administrative and didactic provisions can apply to the Erasmus + program. A special notice, published annually, regulates the access requirements to the Program and the allocation of grants made available by the National Agency.
The School makes the amount of the scholarship available to each individual student according to the rules and times established by the National Agency.
Those who, for reasons beyond their control, have to renounce the scholarship after acceptance are committed to returning any amounts already received.
The minimum length of stay is three months.
If a student returns early, no sum will be paid in his favour.